This October 11 and 12, Amazon Prime Early Access takes place , informally known as “the second Prime Day of the year”, organized by the e-commerce platform, with thousands of offers on products from various categories.
Being its first edition, the event has caused some expectation among those who have an Amazon Prime membership and those who do not yet have it, especially to find out if the offers that will be found there are worth it.
For those people who do not have a membership and are curious to see the discounts, there is a very practical solution to enter the sale without having to pay $15 dollars for the monthly subscription.
With the free trial period you can access all the Amazon Prime benefits of paying members, but without spending a dime. Benefits include free shipping, watching series and movies, listening to music, accessing free reading, Amazon Photos and, of course, making purchases during and after Amazon Prime Early Access
If you want to access the test you must click here and register. In case you have not been an Amazon Prime customer in the last 12 months, you can also apply. As part of the requirements to generate the account, it is requested to register a valid credit card. You just have to remember to cancel the membership before the 30 days have elapsed so that you are not charged as part of the first monthly payment.
Around 300 million items were placed on Amazon Prime Day in the middle of the year , that's about 50 million more products compared to the 2021 event. Some estimates suggested that Americans spent, on average, $388 dollars .
The big question focuses on how much money Amazon will be able to generate with this new bet, in the midst of galloping inflation and before the Christmas shopping season in the country.
Beyond these events, the e-commerce platform usually offers discounts throughout the year. This can be of great comfort to those who do not have cash at the moment to make a purchase.