Telus-owned Koodo has launched a promo offering one year of Amazon Prime for free, for those shopping online.
According to details on the Koodo website, activations online—excluding wireless home phone and prepaid—will get you one year free of Amazon Prime. Normally, Amazon Prime costs $7.99 CAD per month or $79 CAD per year.
In order to get the promo, you need to enter in code AMAZONPRIME at check out, valid from October 18 to 31, 2019 11:59 ET, “or while quantities last.” The fine print says you’ll receive your unique Amazon Prime code via email “within 20 business days” of your order delivery.
If you’re a Koodo customer, you may want to also login to your account online to check for special offers we told you about last month ($40/4GB; $55/10GB; $60/12GB, etc), as people are still seeing them as available.
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