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Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Amazon Prime - What's this about?
Prime is our membership program that offers special benefits for just $99 per year. Members can:
* Get unlimited FREE two-day shipping with no minimum order size
(That would make it worth it for me right there....how many times does 2 or 3 = 50?)
* Instantly watch over 40,000 movies and TV episodes with titles for everyone
(shut the front door!)
* Borrow books from the Kindle Owners' Lending Library
(don't even get me started)
IDK, is it prime time? I don't see why I shouldn't at least try it for free with my next order! Who will try it with me? Here's a link for you to try it too! (click the pic!)
Update: I finally gave in around Christmas time 2016 and you already KNOW what I'm going to say, don't you? Lol. WHY DID I WAIT SO LONG? I haven't even used the Kindle access OR the Prime for TV that came with it. (Maybe I should tell my teens about that so they can use them. HA!)
If you have little ones, sign up for Prime Family. The only difference is age based coupons and offers like a diaper discount (20%!!)
There is also a student Prime with benefits for college kids. No matter which kind of 'Prime' you join with, you have access to free same day delivery on 1000's of items (like--in a couple hours) and a lot of benefits I haven't even read up on. Not having prime in today's world is plain cray cray.
Just having the option to order a couple things as needed and pay ZERO for the shipping has been such a huge blessing!Especially since I use Amazon often for products I write about in my blog and for my Young Living business offline. In fact, that's what prompted this update. I just saw the charge for Prime on a credit card statement when preparing to do my taxes - it was $105 and change with the tax after my free 30 day trial. I've placed 20 orders in the last 3 months. So, if I was averaging $7 a delivery I've already saved money and I have 9 more months of free deliveries left to go! No brainer, folks!
Savings aside, it'd be worth money just for the piece of MIND. Plain and simple. Not sweating the small stuff (like paying for delivery!) Ugh... I LOVE IT. How much is your sanity worth?!?
No matter what your business, you need Amazon Prime for your LIFE! Click the pic to grab your free trial! If you don't want to keep Prime (silly) you can just cancel it for free.
Gift it to new parents! Oh my GOSH! I would have LOVED that as a new mom. #OKIbetterstopnow