We have been getting a lot of questions lately whether the US Unlocked Card can be used to set up an Amazon Prime account and thus benefit from all Prime services:
- Free two-day shipping
- Unlimited movies and TV-shows on demand
- Prime member exclusive movies and series (not on Netflix)
- Unlimited music streaming
- Unlimited photo storage
- Early access to deals
- 500K free ebooks
The answer is: Yes, you can! In fact, U.S. Amazon Prime memberships are only available to customers with a U.S. issued debit or credit card. Being a US Unlocked Cardholder makes you eligible for an Amazon Prime membership.
You can use your US Unlocked Card for everything in the U.S. Amazon store since this card is issued by a U.S. bank and has a U.S. billing address. Being an Amazon Prime member hugely enhances your Amazon online shopping experience. Aside from the above mentioned benefits (for a complete list click here) you will be able to save a lot of money when shopping on Amazon Prime Day. This is a yearly shopping event, usually on a day in the month of July, with more and better deals than on Black Friday exclusively for Prime members.
Many of our US Unlocked Card holders are already reaping the benefits of the Amazon Prime Membership. We recommend using the Merchant Specific Card for the Amazon Prime Membership.
To sign up here are the steps:
- Be a US Unlocked Card holder!
- Verify you have sufficient balance on the card
- Connect over VPN from a U.S. IP address
- Start Amazon Prime registration
- Enter US Unlocked Card details and make payment
- Start enjoying!
It is always recommended to check whether your VPN is working. You can go to whatismyipaddress.com. The IP location displaying should be somewhere in the USA.
Once the Amazon Prime membership is active you can start using all its features. The cost of the membership is $119 per year and your card will be charged automatically after the 30 day free trial. There is also monthly plan of $12.99.
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