Today is your last chance to place a Prime order at Amazon and get it in time for Christmas without having to pay extra for expedited delivery. That means you can avoid crowds at the mall and still knock out the rest of your holiday shopping. Even better, there are still tons of deals available so you can save a few bucks while you’re at it. Don’t stress about finding good gifts either. We’ve put together several guides that’ll steer you in the right direction. expand full story
Free Trial Stories December 22, 2015
Free Trial Stories October 22, 2015
In Amazon’s never-ending quest to make the human race even lazier, the online retail giant is expanding its Prime free same-day delivery. Prime customers (free trial) in Chicago, Orlando, and new locations in the New York City, Northern New Jersey and Philadelphia areas can now get orders of at least $35 delivered on the same day at no additional charge. Smaller orders qualify for the super-fast shipping too but are levied a $5.99 fee. If an order is placed after noon then it’ll be delivered the next day, but that’s still pretty incredible. Use the zip code tool on this Amazon page to see if Prime free same-day delivery is available in your town.
Amazon also announced that its one-hour delivery service now covers the San Francisco Bay and San Antonio areas. New Prime Now customers can get $20 off their first order of $50 or more with coupon code GETITNOW. expand full story
Free Trial Stories October 6, 2015
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As if you needed more reasons to become a Prime member, its included streaming music service just got a big boost. Amazon announced today that a large selection of “popular and award-winning” Universal Music Group artists will be appearing on Prime Music with unlimited streaming. Head below for a sampling of artists that are now available.
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For comparison sake, here are the most popular plans Amazon previously offered: 5GB for free, 20GB for $10 per year, and 50GB for $25 per year. There’s no longer a completely free tier, but Amazon is offering a free 3-month trial of either service.
If you’re a frequent Amazon shopper and are considering the Unlimited Photos plan, then you’d probably be better off signing up for Prime ($99 per year). It includes free unlimited photo storage along with a host of other benefits like free 2-day shipping and Prime Instant Video.
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