I love shopping at Amazon. Whether it’s picking up organic pretzels or printer cartridges, they always have some of the lowest prices and best online deals. I probably order something from Amazon at least once every couple of weeks – the latest order being this amazing Brownie Brittle. (Seriously, this stuff is DELICIOUS.)
If you’re a frequent Amazon shopper, or if you find yourself trying to find more stuff to add to your cart so you can meet the $25 minimum for free shipping, or if you enjoy watching TV shows and movies online, or if you are always looking for more books to read on your Kindle (wow, that’s a whole lot of “ors”), then I recommend you consider an Amazon Prime membership.
With an Amazon Prime membership, not only do you get unlimited FREE two-day shipping on millions of items with NO $25 minimum, but you’ll also get access to their instant video library. If you’ve been spending $10/month at Netflix, you might want to check out what’s available in the Amazon Instant Video Library. With Amazon Prime, you’ll get FREE access to instantly watch over 40,000 movies and TV episodes – from Duck Dynasty and Downton Abbey to The Hunger Games and Marvel’s The Avengers.
If you have a Kindle, your Amazon Prime membership will also give you access to the Kindle Owner’s Lending Library, where you can borrow and read more than 350,000 books for FREE. Library reading includes over 100 current and former New York Times best sellers which you can read at your leisure since there’s no due date.
I’ve been an Amazon Prime member for the past few years and at $79 per year, it’s been more than worth it for me. The two-day shipping option for any purchase – whether it’s a larger item or a pack of pencils – was enough for me, but the access to the Instant Video Library AND the Kindle Owner’s Lending Library make it an even better deal.
If you want to give Amazon Prime a try (especially with the holidays coming up, when you might be making more purchase on line), you can sign-up today for a FREE 30-day trial. If you decide to sign-up for Amazon Prime, let me know what you think!