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Amazon Prime Gets You The Washington Post for Free But Only If You Activate It

The Washington Post has a metered paywall, meaning that after you’ve read a few articles online, they ask you to subscribe. If you’re sick and tired of hitting the paywall this election season, there is a cheapskate lifehack you can utilize. Consumers who already have a subscription to Amazon Prime get The Washington Post online for free for 6 months. But you have to activate it.
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