Amazon Reduces Prime for Medicaid Recipients
AMAZON IS REDUCING THE COST OF PRIME MEMBERSHIP FOR MEDICAID RECIPIENTS
(CNN) – Amazon is reducing the price of its prime membership for Medicaid recipients.
The massive online retailer announced Wednesday that recipients will be able to get prime for $5.99 a month.
To qualify for the Medicaid discount; customers must have a valid medicaid card or electronic benefits transfer or EBT card.
There are several Amazon Prime plans to choose from however.
If you’re a student; you can get Prime at $6.49 a month.
There’s Prime video at $8.99 a month, Prime monthly at $12.99 a month and prime yearly at $99.00 a year.