Under certain circumstances, you will automatically get a partial or full refund on your Amazon Prime membership when you cancel your subscription to Amazon Prime. For specific instructions on how to cancel your Amazon Prime membership, see our How to Cancel Amazon Prime tutorial.
There are two situations in which you can get some sort of refund on your Amazon Prime membership if you cancel it.
The first is if you cancel your Amazon Prime membership within 3 business days of your initial sign-up, or within 3 business days of converting a free trial account to a paid membership. In this case, Amazon will give you a refund on your Amazon Prime subscription. However, Amazon may charge you (or deduct from your refund) the regular prices of services that you have used with the benefits of Amazon Prime, or services exclusive to Amazon Prime.
The second is if you cancel your Amazon Prime membership after the three-day cut-off after signing up or converting from a free trial to a paid subscription. In this case, Amazon will give you a full refund on your Amazon Prime subscription, if and only if you have neither placed an order that is eligible for Amazon Prime's benefits nor used a service exclusive to Amazon Prime.
Those are the rules for getting a refund for your cancelled Amazon Prime subscription!
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