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Amazon Mom Program

Posted on Sunday, September 12th, 2010 at 6:41 am
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Have you heard about the new Amazon Mom program? It was made especially for moms and caregivers of babies and young children, ages infant through toddler.

Basically, the way the program works is you sign up for free as an Amazon mom and then become eligible for special treatment. Benefits include:

A free trial of Amazon Prime (free shipping)
Discounts on diapers and wipes (30 percent off)
Discounts on other baby related items.

The way the Prime membership works for Amazon Mom: you get three free months of the trial. For every $25 you spend in the baby store on selected products (such as those diapers), Amazon will extend your Prime membership by a month. So, as long as you make purchases, you won’t have to spend anything after the trial.

One of the nice things that I like about this program is that after you sign up, you can opt out of automatic renewal of the Prime membership. This way, you won’t be charged when your membership ends, and you won’t have to remember to cancel when the membership is up. This is a feature that I wish more trial memberships would have. It takes the scary out of trying something new.

You can learn more about the Amazon Mom program here.

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