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Monday, 11 July 2016

Why CDNs Should Get Amazon.com Prime NOW, Part V

Part V will focus on the special savings to Prime Members--for example, tomorrow is Prime Day, a day when thousands of items will be marked down, and the best ones on what they call "Lightning Deals," where you have to jump quickly when an item becomes available for sale--then you have 15 minutes to check out or lose the item from your cart.  Prime members get access to some deals 30 minutes before non-Prime members.  While Black Friday week and Cyber Monday week used to be much more lucrative with Amazon.com, it still has some decent deals that you can take advantage of if you have a US address to ship things to as discussed in an earlier post in this series.

Amazon.com, even without Prime, is awesome.  Their prices change, sometimes daily for items, many times reflected what other places charge.  I've had Amazon.com price match another on-line store before though that's not policy for them--but if the price goes down on Amazon.com, call customer service and they'll match it (if it was a recently placed order). 

Amazon.com offers coupons for many items that are very good. For example, in a grocery box of items I'm having shipped to a US address, the first item of many of the items I'm buying come with a coupon for $1, $2, 35% or other amounts off.

The convenience of free returns on many apparel and the convenience of not shopping in stores, but having everything sent to an address that I can pick it up and take it back over the border makes it worth it.  With Prime, there is NO minimum, so for example, you can purchase one item for $1 and have it shipped free.

Please be sure to read the entire series of Why CDNs Should Get Amazon.com Prime NOW to not miss out on any of the info you'll need to get the most out of your subscription to Prime!  Please sign up HERE to get Amazon.com Prime membership for free for 30 days.

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