The airline industry is taking a page out of Amazon’s book by offering a free trip for Amazon Prime members.
Airline companies are offering free trips to Amazon Prime customers who sign up for the Prime program and pay $99 for the first year.
It’s the latest example of airlines and travel services offering freebies.
The American Airlines, United Airlines and Southwest Airlines offer free travel to Amazon shoppers.
AirBnB and Zipcar also offer free trips.
The Amazon Prime program is a way for customers to get flights for free.
It requires customers to have Amazon Prime as their primary payment method, which they can do by signing up for a new Amazon Prime membership through the Prime website.
Amazon’s Prime service, which offers a variety of services, also includes Prime Day and Prime Instant Video.
For those who sign-up, they’ll get a coupon code to use on their next purchase.
That coupon code is then linked to a free travel item on Amazon.com.
Amazon says it will send the coupon to the address they used when signing up.
If you don’t get a ticket, the discount will be refunded.
If a ticket is not sent, the coupon will be charged for a one-time $99 value of the travel item.
The program also allows Amazon Prime subscribers to travel to participating airports for free, including New York’s JFK, Newark Liberty International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport.
Air France offers a similar service.
The service costs $29.95 per person per night for two people or $59.95 for three people, depending on how many people are travelling.