Amazon Prime – No Time to Wait
No one has quite the same interest in online shopping as you do. With Amazon Prime, you get to shop at the comfort of your own home with any of your purchases delivered right to your front door.
You can start with Prime for just $99 a year, which includes shipping charges on your entire order. For that price, you can buy books, electronic items, and lots more. You will get a year’s free trial when you join and you can extend it for an additional month if you like. Prime members can enjoy the convenience of ordering and receiving their items before you go to work or school.
Once you join, all you have to do is search for what you want, order it, and have it shipped to your house free of charge. Now that is all you need to know about Amazon Prime.
Now to determine the membership level for Prime, you have to first see what your budget is. Once you do, then you can begin to calculate how much Prime you will need to cover your basic needs and how much Prime membership you will need to add on for other products. Obviously, you don’t need Prime to purchase a DVD, some tickets to a concert, or a weekend away for two. But for those items, you really can’t go wrong.
Once you are comfortable with your budget, you can choose your membership level. To do this, you simply look at what you’re paying each month and add the price of Amazon Prime to that number. For example, if you pay $100 per month, you can add on Prime for another $99 per month to make it $199 per month.
Once you have calculated how much you will be spending per month, you will find out if you will have the best prices. If you can save money by combining membership with apurchase you’re making that’s a great deal because you will be saving money on both.
If you already have Prime, you will not need to pay an additional fee. For those who don’t yet have it, you’ll need to pay an extra $99 and hopefully receive your membership card early.
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