Attention Amazon shoppers! There are a lot of benefits hidden in your Prime membership.
Have a lot of birthdays, weddings, or holiday shopping coming up? Just sign up for a free 30-day trial and set it up to *not* auto-renew.
If your delivery is late, you can qualify for a free month of Prime.
Sharing food is hard. Sharing Amazon Prime is easy.
If your phone is always running out of space, try Prime Photos, which offers unlimited photo storage.
Before you buy, check Fakespot (free, Chrome and Firefox) to reveal fake reviews.
Paribus (free, mobile and web) and Keepa (free, Chrome extension and web) are tools you can use to track price changes and potential refunds.
Power users should install the Amazon Assistant Chrome or Firefox extension (free).
You can earn Prime Pantry credit by electing "Free No-Rush Shipping."
Download one free Kindle book per month through Kindle First.
Prime customers can also "borrow" thousands of books from the Kindle Owners' Lending Library.
New Sprint and AT&T U-verse customers get a year of Prime, and all Sprint customers get two months free (even if you're already a member).
Anyone with a .edu email address gets six months of free Prime and half off a full membership with Prime Student.
This isn't a Prime-specific tip, but if you live in these 14 states, you can request a textbook tax refund from Amazon.
If you have Prime, sign up for Amazon Family and get 20% off diaper subscriptions.
Donate .5% of your purchases to the charity of your choice with Amazon Smile.
If you do a lot of shopping on Amazon, the Amazon Prime Store Card is worth it. It offers 5% back on all Amazon.com purchases.
Lastly, please remember to Prime responsibly.