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Amazon is making it more difficult to share your Amazon Prime membership

Remember when you were able to share your Amazon Prime membership with three other people? Well, those days are over.

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The good ol’ days of being able to share your Amazon Prime membership with three other people are over. The company announced today that it’s limiting the ability to share memberships to just one person now.


Amazon rolled out the new change on July 31, and on top of that, the person who is sharing your membership can only use the credit card that is stored on the account. Although this seems to be something that is only affecting new users who are sharing someones account. Users who have been utilizing a shared Prime Membership shouldn’t be affected.

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