Prime Stories July 11, 2016

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As part of the run-up to Prime Day tomorrow, Amazon is offering its Prime members (free trial month) a Dash button for $.99. On top of that, you’ll get $4.99 credit once you make a purchase using the button. That’s $4 off the normal price before you count the $5 in credit. There are now tons of dash buttons to choose from – I’m going to try out the granola bar button…or coffee..or detergent. Amazon recently added over 50 new products to this service, including popular brands like NERF, Play-Doh, Cliff Bar and more.

In any case, when you are done, you can either continue using it as a dash button or enter the world of Dash button hacking.

Prime Stories May 13, 2016

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Sprint has announced today that its Better Choice XXL plan, which includes 40GB/month of data and unlimited talk and text, now comes with 12 free months of Amazon Prime (normally $99/year)…

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Prime Stories May 9, 2016

Here’s how you can get free shipping on your next Amazon Prime Pantry order (Reg. $6), more

Amazon’s Prime Pantry service is an easy way to order most of your groceries, home goods and more from the convenience of your couch. It’s possible to save large sums of money on many popular items that you’d usually make a trip to the store to purchase. By using a few handy tricks, you’ll be able to maximize your savings in no time.

Prime Stories April 18, 2016

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From today, Amazon is finally allowing customers interested in its Prime features to subscribe on a monthly basis. For $8.99 per month, users can now buy Amazon Prime Video on a month-by-month plan. A monthly plan including Prime Video, 2-day shipping and more is also available for $10.99 per month.

However, whilst these new offerings are attractive and accessible to more people, they do not represent a good deal. In fact, subscribing to Amazon’s new monthly options is significantly more expensive …

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Prime Stories February 19, 2016

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Update (2/20 9:00am): The new shipping policy is now official. Traditional orders of $49 will ship for free while book-only packages require a $25 minimum.

Earlier today, Amazon briefly updated its shipping page to a new minimum shipping charge for non-Prime members. While the page was quickly reverted back to its previous version, it was up long enough to capture the details of the changes that may be coming soon…

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Prime Stories January 20, 2016

expiredUSB Power Banks: EasyAcc 10,000mAh $12 (Reg. $18), 3-port 22,400mAh $19 (Reg. $33), more

EasyAcc via Amazon offers its 2nd Gen 10,000mAh Power Bank for $17.99, but if you use the code EASYACC0 the price drops to $11.99 Prime shipped. That’s $6 off the regular sale price and the lowest we’ve seen it listed at Amazon. 

This high capacity power bank can recharge an iPhone 6 3.5 times and an iPad Air almost once. It can automatically detect your device to deliver the fastest charge (up to 2.4A). Rated 4.6/5 stars from over 5,000 Amazon shoppers.

Looking for more power? You can grab this 22,400mAh 3-port USB Power Bank for $18.99 Prime shipped (Reg. $33) when promo code NZGFMLUN is applied during checkout. Features include three USB ports with 2A charging speeds, built-in LED indicator and a three-mode flashlight. Rated 4.4/5 stars by 1,400+ Amazon customers.

We also have from 9to5Toys Specials the Solar 30000mAh Battery Pack with Flashlight for $44.99 shipped. That’s more than half off the list price of $99 and the lowest we can find. It can charge your USB devices with the power of the sun and has a built-in flashlight. Also, it has an LED power indicator and it’s made of an ultra-thin light aluminum shell. 

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