Amazon Prime is one of the most popular shopping websites in the world. Millions of people all over the world have already signed up for Amazon Prime and are enjoying their free 2 day shipping every month. For those who are new to Amazon Prime, here are a few things you need to know.
Amazon Prime offers all kinds of freebies on your account. There are different discounts for members, depending on the items that you buy. You can expect the packages to be delivered faster, but there will be more fees attached. You will also be required to pay for annual subscriptions which can go up to $99 per year.
However, if you choose to sign up for Amazon Prime, there are some things that you can do on your own way. First off, you can subscribe to their “free trial” for a full year.
During this time, you will get a free trial to use their products. When you cancel the free trial, you will lose all the goods that you have bought from them in the past. They will also need to send you a credit to cover for the goods that you have already purchased.
The worst thing that they can do is to put your product in the clearance section. That means that if someone wants the item, you are out of luck because Amazon does not allow third party sellers to sell their products. The only way you can get rid of it is to sell it on eBay or another online auction.
If you decide to subscribe to their free trials, you can expect to be charged an extra fee once you go over your free trials. This fee is not the same as the one you would get if you bought from them directly, but it can be in the same ballpark.
Overall, if you are not sure whether or not you should opt into the membership fee, just decide to sign up for it. It will take up a lot of your time, but it will be worth it. You will also never have to worry about buying items you do not want when you are an Amazon Prime member.
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