Amazon Prime discount offer gives 50 percent cashback on subscription to young adults
"The new Amazon Prime offer will give Rs 500 cashback to users aged 18-24 on purchasing a Prime subscription in India"
Amazon Prime Subscription cashback offer has been announced in India. Under this offer, interested customers aged between 18-24 can now avail 50 percent (i.e. Rs 500) cashback on joining annual Prime membership at Rs 999. This comes ahead of the Prime Day sale that is scheduled for July 15th. Users can avail the offer by signing up for Prime subscription on Amazon India website and verifying their age by uploading PAN card, address proof and a photo. Amazon says with Prime membership; users get free one-day and two-day delivery on tens of millions of items, early and exclusive access to deals and sale events, Prime Music, and Prime Video. Amazon Prime subscription offer comes ahead of the Prime Day sale that is scheduled for July 15th
Once users verify their age and address, Rs 500 cashback will be credited to Amazon Pay balance within ten days. The Amazon Pay cashback can be used for bill payments, mobile recharge, or at various online and offline partners including BookMyShow, Swiggy, Domino's, Redbus, and more. Further, considering that the Amazon Prime Day sale will be coming next week, you would most likely not face any issues in spending this Amazon Pay balance.
Akshay Sahi, Director and Head of Amazon Prime, India, said in a press release, " We recognise that customers in the age group of 18-24 years want the freedom to do more with less. With a 50 percent cashback on Amazon Prime membership, customers can enjoy the best of shopping and entertainment through Prime, while at the same time-saving INR 500 to spend on all their favourite activities like shopping, food delivery, entertainment, travel and more. We are excited to launch this offer in time for Prime Day 2019 and hope that our young customers enjoy the 48-hour celebration that offers Prime members exclusive access to great deals, new launches and blockbuster entertainment."