How to Save Big Bucks When Buying Products With Amazon Prime
If you have a Kindle, an Amazon Kindle or an Amazon Fire, you probably have a Prime account. Not only do you get free two-day shipping on all purchases, but you also get free movies, music and TV shows and access to more bonuses.
This Amazon Prime program lets you spend as much or as little as you want on any kind of Amazon merchandise you like. It’s amazing that they can do this. It’s really hard to tell the difference between a standard Prime membership and an Amazon Prime membership if you don’t have one already.
Let’s say you want to buy a hardcover book. Now you can pay $34.99 or a dollar more for the digital version. And there are a ton of other things that you can do with the Kindle. You can read books and other magazines and e-books in the Kindle app, listen to audiobooks in the Kindle app, play music on your Amazon MP3 players, shop on Amazon.com and on its Kindle store, browse the millions of books available on Amazon.com, plus tons more.
But, if you are a Prime member, you don’t need to be paying more for the features that you really want. They’re just the bonus features, right? Unfortunately, it’s true, and the reason why is because Amazon pays big bucks to make all these extra products.
Amazon makes billions of dollars each year on each and every item you buy from Amazon. If you’re paying full price for your Kindle, Fire, Folding TV, Kindle app, Music and other products, you should think about switching to Amazon Prime so you can save even more money.
If you’re an Amazon Prime member, it’s not just the freebies that are exciting. There are so many great benefits that are available to you with the service. You get free first class shipping, free access to great movies and TV shows, unlimited streaming video, no more waiting for your order to ship and no more out-of-pocket expenses when you shop.
Amazon has expanded their range and gotten even better at what they do. Just take a look at their software and see how far they’ve come from when they first came out. Now, they are charging less for the same items that you could have bought a lot cheaper and still gotten the same or even better value.
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