7 thoughts on “Amazon Prime Veteran Discount 2021 | Prime Membership Military Discount Rumors”

    • Thanks, Steven, for your feedback. I have done this already. Unfortunately, there is no announcement by Amazon this year but if you go through this article in detail here we are sharing information about the Amazon Prime membership subscription plans as well.So those who are interested in these plans can join the membership.

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  1. I am a veteran, honorable discharged 01 July, 1968. I missed signing up for Amazon Prime 2019
    discount by days and was wondering when and if there was going to be a 2020 discount for veterans
    this year. Thank you, Richard

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    • Unfortunately this year Amazon Prime is not offering discount for veterans on Prime Membership. But you can join Prime Membership trial version for 30 days. After that, you can select a monthly or yearly plan according to your needs. We hope you will be satisfied after membership subscription.

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  2. As a Vietnam Vet and obviously a senior I found the Amazon Military Discount to be a good benefit in 2019. Now here we are in 2020 in a pandemic and Amazon is abandoning Vet’s this year. I have been an Amazon member since its inception but when Bezos forgets those who made this country safe and free I will have to look at my options that in previous years were not available. The $40 discount may not seem like a lot but for Vets it is as they have not only given to the country but have as they got older found that they need discounts. I never thought I would see a company with the profits of Amazon turn its back on those who made and keep this country free and safe!

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  3. First, we as Veterans must grasp a discount is a privilege and not a requirement by any establishment. What is more, some were drafted and many volunteered to serve in the Armed Forces, no matter the branch of identity. What is often overlooked by businesses is how they get to that billion and trillion dollar market value recognition. I agree in part with Mr. Hubbbuch, as Amazon has partnered with military branches to help along with their financial success in turn offering perks back to said branches.
    Moreover, if you own a company as a veteran then it will ring true to your commitment to looking out for your fellow servicemembers. Seemingly, first responders deserve the same benefit, which our current status is pandemic mode. Nonetheless, Veteran’s Day is set aside for the reason which speaks volumes for those serving, retired, and gave the ultimate sacrifice. I personally do not think every servicemember reading this post will cancel their Prime membership; however, they may look closer at their needs versus their wants from a company, which is able to give that discount opposed to saying no not this year.

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