AMAZON Prime Day will be taking place next month, and it's a great time to snap up some deals.
However Prime Day can only be accessed by Amazon Prime members, so if you haven't already, now is a good time to sign up.
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Prime Day takes place on June 21 – 22, and if you want to take part you'll need to be an Amazon Prime member.
You can can find out everything you need to know to sign up below, just make you sure you don't leave it too late.
What is Amazon Prime and how much does it cost?
Amazon Prime is Amazon's subscription service that covers streaming, free delivery, alongside perks for their other services such as Kindle and Grocery.
Amazon Prime costs £7.99 a month or £79 a year , and they also offer a discounted price for Students at £3.99 a month or £39 a year.
Ahead of Prime Day they are also running a 30-day free trial, and if you change your mind, just ensure you cancel before the 30 days is up or you'll be rolled over onto a paid-for contract.
How to sign up for Amazon Prime?
To sign up for Amazon Prime in time for Prime Day 2021, just visit amazon.co.uk/primeday.
You can sign up via a 30 day trial, or if you've previously been a member you can reactivate your membership.
How to cancel a paid-for Amazon Prime subscription
If you pay for Amazon Prime, you can cancel the service by going to "Manage Your Prime Membership" when logged into Amazon.
The click "End membership", on the left-hand side of the page.
How to cancel an Amazon Prime trial
If you've recently started an Amazon Prime trial, you'll need to cancel the service before the 30 days expire, otherwise it'll automatically renew and you'll be charged.
To do this, go to "Manage Your Prime Membership" when you're logged into Amazon.
Then select click "Cancel free trial" on the left-hand side of the page if you want to cancel right now.
Alternatively, at this stage you can select "Do not continue".
In this scenario, you'll receive access to Prime until your free trial period ends, at which point your membership will cancel, and your payment card won't be charged.
Want to know more about Prime Day? Here's where you can find when it is and what deals will be on?
Amazon are giving shoppers £10 to spend on Prime Day when they shop with small businesses.
You can find out more about Amazon Prime here.
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