How to Share Your Amazon Prime Account

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by Barbara J. Feldman on July 24, 2012

Amazon Prime is an annual membership that provides free two-day shipping on qualifying Amazon purchases for you and four “household members.” What this membership-sharing means is that you can provide Amazon Prime shipping benefits to your parents, siblings and friends. Yes, friends are included. The “household” definition is very loose, and the only check in place is that you have to know their birthday, they have to know yours. To sign up your additional members, go to Your Account, then select Manage Prime Membership (which is listed under More Order Actions.)


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