Amazon Prime, enjoyed by more than 100 million paid members across 18 countries, is now available to customers in Brazil. Prime members will enjoy unlimited nationwide free delivery on hundreds of thousands of items from baby to kitchen to electronics, books, and more, with no minimum purchase amount. Customers can get all of these benefits each month for less than the cost of a monthly fast food meal in Brazil.
Here's what's included with a Prime membership
Unlimited, free shipping nationwide
Prime members enjoy unlimited free shipping when shopping on Amazon.com.br, on hundreds of thousands of products across more than 20 categories, along with millions of books. This includes electronics, clothing and accessories, beauty and grooming products, home improvement, toys, and much more. As of today, more than 90 cities, including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia and Belo Horizonte metro areas, as well as capitals and main cities in the South and Southeast regions, get unlimited free two-day shipping. For Prime members in other regions, Amazon offers free expedited shipping, starting in three business days delivery. Check the Prime benefits page to identify the shipping speeds available to your address.
Members can stream or download popular TV shows such as Two and a Half Men, Chaves, Homens, Mr. Robot, This is Us and The Office, along with popular and award-winning Amazon Original series like Good Omens, American Gods, Hanna, The Boysand Carnival Row, and highly anticipated series like season two of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan and the Amazon exclusive series Star Trek: Picard, along with an upcoming slate of local original series including the recently announced Tudo ou Nada: Seleção Brasileira.
In addition, members can also enjoy critically acclaimed movies including On the Basis of Sex, Beautiful Boy, Green Book, Robin Hood, Ben is Back and Captive State. Prime members can watch thousands of series and movies anytime, anywhere via the Prime Video app on Android and iOS phones and tablets, select Smart TVs, game consoles, Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, and Google Chromecast.
Amazon is bringing its music streaming service to Brazil with the launch of Prime Music. Beginning today, Amazon Prime members have access to over two million songs, without ads, unlimited skips and download to listen offline. Prime Music also offers hundreds of playlists and stations at no additional cost available with the Amazon Prime subscription. Songs by various national and international artists are available, such as Caetano Veloso, Pabllo Vittar, Ludmilla, Queen and Gusttavo Lima; as well as selected playlists such as “Prime Hits”, “Festa Sertaneja” and “Café, MPB e Trabalho”. Prime members can listen to Prime Music songs with the Amazon Music app, available for iOS and Android phones and tablets, Fire TV, webplayer, or in the car through Android Auto or Apple CarPlay apps. To gain access to more music, customers in Brazil will soon be able to upgrade to Amazon Music Unlimited, Amazon's premium streaming music service, with over 50 million songs, including the latest releases.
Members have access to a rotating selection of hundreds of eBooks, including fiction, non-fiction, English-language books, and more—including best sellers like Rupi Kaur’s Outros Jeitos de Usar a Boca, J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (English Version), Augusto Cury’s Vendedor de Sonhos and O Melhor do Cortella by Mario Sergio Cortella, and magazines by Editora Abril such as Veja, Saúde, and Claudia. Members can start reading now by downloading the free Kindle apps for Android and iOS or read on any Kindle device.
Members enjoy access to in-game loot for some of the world’s biggest games, including Apex Legends, Grand Theft Auto Online, and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, as well as a selection of games, a Twitch channel subscription each month, and more.
Members will have exclusive access to special deals. This first month, the deals include products by brands such as Nespresso, Crocs, Faber-Castell, Black & Decker, Acer, HyperX, Waterpik, Columbia, Maxi-Cosi, and Amazon devices, like Fire TV Stick.
“Prime is the only membership program in Brazil that combines unlimited free country-wide delivery and award-winning digital entertainment benefits,” said Jamil Ghani, vice president, Prime and marketing international. “Prime is designed to make the lives of members a little simpler, more convenient, and more fun every day. And this is Day One. We will continue to make the program better in order to keep delighting customers in Brazil.”
To sign up for a free 30-day trial and to learn more, visit amazon.com.br/prime.