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Free 30 Day Amazon Prime Membership @ Amazon

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5NEWZEALAND

Free Prime membership for 30 days.

I have previously tried to re-register for the trial and was denied because I have done it before.
This seems to have been reset.

This is the best time to get Prime because of the prime day deals going on right now;
Prime Day deals: https://www.amazon.com/l/13887280011?ref_=nav_pd_deals

Added code from Looseleaf's $5 off $50 spent link: https://www.cheapies.nz/node/20430 Edit: updated to 5NEWZEALAND

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    AFAIK the general claim is you can get a new free trial every 12 months. See e.g. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/12/common-amazon-prime-day-mist... and https://www.tomsguide.com/us/how-to-cancel-amazon-prime,news...

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    Are there any good amazon prime deals that people have found?

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    Can I cancel it before a month and just use it for prime day deal right now?

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    Does Amazon Prime Membership give free shipping to NZ?

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          Australian version. Average range and pricing.

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            @moona: True! But in combination with free shipping it could be really interesting. Definitely better prices and deals than what you'll find in The Warehouse/Noel Leeming/EB games/PB Tech etc.
            But yeah, losing the US/UK Amazon will be a big miss..

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              @Dutch-Guy: I normally shop on the US(.com) Amazon website with international shipping to NZ.
              So you are saying contents and prices are different for the AU,UK,US Amazon?
              Do I have to make multiple accounts to shop from each one?
              Or will my existing one would work on either one?

              When do you know which Amazon to use?

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                @aih-lun: AU, UK and US Amazon have different products, 3rd party sellers etc.
                When Amazon AU went live they put a measure in place banning all Australians from using the US site, this was so they could collect GST more easily. They have since reverted https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/418243

                For NZers we should still have access to the US version as well as AU. You can use the same account you simply need to change your domain (com.au & co.uk) e.g I can login to both UK and AU now with my US created Amazon account.

                Use case will come down to wherever you can find cheapest deals with shipping and duty factored in. US will always have cheaper options but I guess overtime AU will expand their range and with potential free shipping to NZ there may be instances where deals can be snapped up on the AU site.

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                  @moona: It probably depends a lot on what you're buying too. Amazon AU global i.e. shipped from Amazon US is not so bad for electronics I think. For example they seem to have most of the main external hard drives meaning you get free shipping which sweetens the deal. And their exchange rate doesn't seem too bad, I think it's a bit better than what they offer if you use Amazon US? (Still probably worse than your credit card.) Of course this assumes you are buying more than $49 often enough or find the other membership advantages get enough to make Prime membership subscription worth it.

                  I guess at least it may mean an added bonus for future prime days if you sign up for a free trial or whatever.

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    Any good deal on prime? Should I get monitor from Amazon?

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      Shipping would be pricey on something that size so may not be worth it once factored in. I've also found monitors to be a bit hit and miss when it comes to panel quality (if you are going IPS for example) so if it becomes a warranty issue could be more hassle than its worth.

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    Use code 5NEWZEALAND @checkout & receive a USD5 off for your first order

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    For anyone who signed up during Prime day, remember you trial is likely ending very soon if it hasn't already so cancel now if you don't want to keep Prime and pay for it.

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