Amazon Free Trials & Promotions Roundup (Updated Monthly)


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Amazon Free Trials And Promotions Roundup

I thought it would be helpful to put together a list of all of Amazon’s free trials and promotions that they are currently running.  I will be updating and re-posting this on a monthly basis.  These are all affiliate links and we get a small fee if you decide to sign up for any of the programs.  It is a good way to support the website if you see something you wanted to test out anyway.  Remember that most of these will come with an auto renewal so set up a calendar reminder so you can decide if you want to use it long term.

Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime – 

Test out Amazon Prime free for 30 days.  You will then be placed into the monthly plan at $12.99 a month.  If you enjoy the service you are better off paying the yearly plan at $119 per year saving you over $35.

You can connect your Prime account to your Twitch account for free.  Perfect for gamers out there.

With the holidays fast approaching you can also give the gift of Prime Membership. This is also a good way to lock in the lower price the next time Amazon increases the Prime membership price.

Create an Amazon Business Account – 

Amazon offers business only price savings with these accounts and they are free.  They sometimes pair up with other promos like the recent Uber promo and $100 off your first order offer. Sometimes they also offer a free gift for signing up for an account so it may be worth waiting.

Once you have an Amazon business account you are eligible for the Amazon Business card’s increased offer of $150 upon approval and 5% back on Amazon.

TV Channels

HBO Prime Video Channel 

A 7 day free trial and then $15.99 per month after that.  A way to get access to HBO without a cable subscription.

CBS All Access With Amazon Prime – 

It is a 7 day free trial and then $5.99 a month after that. A inexpensive way to get your favorite CBS shows without having a huge cable bill.

Showtime Prime Video Channel

Try Showtime free for 7 days and then the cost is $10.99 a month after that.  Another cord cutting option.


Prime Music – 

This is free to Prime subscribers and comes with over 2 million free songs.  It has a much smaller library than the unlimited plan below that costs $79 a year. No reason not to set it up if you have a Prime membership though.

Kindle Unlimited – 

Get access to as many books as you want for $9.99 a month.  They come in 6, 12, and 24 month plans. Memberships are giftable as well – good option for the holidays.

Amazon Music Unlimited – 

A 30 day free trial that allows you to listen to 10’s of millions of songs.  Pairs perfectly with the Alexa too.  The cost is $7.99 per month or $79 per year after the trial.

Amazon Free Time Unlimited – 

This offers a one month free trial for everything a kid could want. Unlimited access to thousands of kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, and games. Starting at just $2.99 per month after the first month.

Audible – 

Try Audible and get 2 free books for 30 days.  The cost is $14.95 a month after that.


Amazon Family –

Signing up for Amazon Family gets you discounts on things like 20% off diapers, baby food & more. There is no cost to join you just need a Prime membership.

Amazon Fresh – 

A 30 day free trial. This is only available in certain locations, mostly larger cities.  You must have a Prime Membership to use the service.  If you don’t and sign up for the trial you will be signed up for a Prime trial membership too. It costs $14.99 a month and you get unlimited free grocery deliveries with the membership.

Amazon Home Services – 

Amazon will set you up with cleaning services for inside and outside your house.  There is not a free trial but there are some coupons for $20-$30 off the services.  Not as good of a deal as the cleaning special they had a little while ago though.


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