Active military or veteran? Save $40 on Amazon Prime

Rudie Obias

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Veterans Day Amazon Prime deal. (Photo: Getty Images)
Veterans Day Amazon Prime deal. (Photo: Getty Images)

Serving in the U.S. Military is not an easy job, but brave Americans take up the call of duty every day. To honor veterans and military personnel, Amazon is offering one year of Prime for only $79, or $40 off the typical membership fee. That’s nearly a 34 percent savings!

Here’s how it works

If you’re an active duty military, National Guard or Reserve personnel or veteran, you’re eligible for the hefty discount after verification. This limited-time promotion is also available for new and existing Prime members, alike.

So even if you’re a Prime member and you’re a member of the United States Armed Forces or veteran, you can get a discounted rate via this promotion. Sign up here to get verified and get this deal.

So what’s included with an Amazon Prime membership?

All sorts of wonderful things! First and foremost, you get free one-day or two-day delivery (without purchase minimum) on millions upon millions of products — even military bases. Along with free shipping, Prime members can also enjoy access to Prime Video movies and TV shows, Kindle ebooks, Audible audiobooks, Amazon Music songs, unlimited photo storage on Amazon Photos, Whole Foods Market discounts and rewards and much, much more. Check out a full list of Prime perks here.

But act fast, this Veterans Day Amazon Prime promotion ends on November 11.

Shop it: Amazon Prime membership for active duty military personnel and veterans, $79 (was $119),

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