Another Hearthstone freebie is available to Prime Gaming members! Here’s how to claim it.

Prime Gaming members can now score a Hearthstone card of the epic variety for free. Read on for the step-by-step instructions on how to claim it and how to get a Prime Gaming trial if you're not already a member.

A free Standard Hearthstone card from Prime Gaming (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
A free Standard Hearthstone card from Prime Gaming (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

Priming Gaming Hearthstone card

The free Hearthstone card is a random one from the game's Standard mode. This means there's a chance that it can be a card from the latest Festival of Legends expansion. Since it's an epic card, it's also worth 400 dust. Prime Gaming members have until June 21 to claim the free card for their Hearthstone collection.

How to get a free epic Hearthstone card (Image via Prime Gaming)
How to get a free epic Hearthstone card (Image via Prime Gaming)

To do this, head to Prime Gaming's homepage and search for "Hearthstone." Next, press the "Claim" button under the search result. On the next page, click on the "Get in-game content" button.

  1. Go to the Prime Gaming homepage
  2. Search for "Hearthstone"
  3. Press the "Claim" button
  4. Press the "Get in-game content" button

After claiming the card, simply launch Hearthstone to see which epic card you received for free. If you wish to, then you can head to the "My Collection" area to add the card to one of your decks.

How to claim your Prime Gaming loot (Image via Prime Gaming)
How to claim your Prime Gaming loot (Image via Prime Gaming)

How to get a Prime Gaming trial

An Amazon Prime subscription comes with Prime Gaming. This means you need an Amazon Prime membership in order to access Prime Gaming loot for Hearthstone or any other eligible game. Players can sign up for a free trial by clicking on the "Try Prime" button located on the Prime Gaming homepage.

How to become an Amazon Prime member (Image via Prime Gaming)
How to become an Amazon Prime member (Image via Prime Gaming)

You can then sign up for either a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime or a seven-day trial of Prime Video. It depends on your location. Here is the list of supported countries and territories for both of these options.

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