$32 Off Amazon Prime (One Day Only)

We've talked before about Amazon's Prime Service, which allows customers to get free two-day shipping on eligible items, access to their video library and many other privileges by paying $99 per year.

I reviewed our first year with Prime to see if we were actually saving money over that time. And it turned out that it was a good deal for us. But, it may not be for everyone – especially if you don't do a lot of online shopping (though having Prime could cause you to shop more than you typically would, so there is an argument that it could cost you more money!).

The 2-day free shipping and access to videos aren't the only benefits of the service. Here's a rundown of others:

  • FREE Same-Day Delivery in eligible zip codes. 
  • Prime Instant Video: unlimited streaming of movies and TV episodes for paid or free trial members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
  • Prime Music: unlimited, ad-free access to hundreds of Prime Playlists and more than a million songs for members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. 
  • Prime Photos: Secure unlimited photo storage in Amazon Cloud Drive. 
  • Prime Pantry: Access to Prime Pantry, where members can purchase and ship to addresses in the contiguous U.S. low priced grocery, household, and pet care items for a flat delivery fee of $5.99 for each Prime Pantry box. Prime Pantry orders cannot be shipped to addresses in Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.
  • Amazon Elements: Access to Amazon Elements products, Amazon's own line of everyday essentials.
  • Prime Early Access: Get 30-minute early access to Lightning Deals on Amazon.com and new events on MyHabit.com. 
  • Kindle Owners' Lending Library: access to members in the U.S. 
  • Kindle First: Early access for members in the U.S. to download a new book for free every month from the Kindle First picks. 
  • Deals and Discounts, Compliments of Amazon Mom: These include 20% off diapers through Subscribe & Save and 15% off eligible products from your baby registry. For more information go to Get 20% off Diaper Subscriptions.
  • Membership Sharing: Two adults living in the same household can create an Amazon Household to share certain Amazon Prime benefits. 
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Some facts about Prime (who celebrated their 10 year anniversary this year) – Courtesy of Amazon.com

Prime used to cost $79 per year – but they raised it a year or so ago to $99. It's not cheap – but if you use Amazon a lot, it can be worth it.

Today only (9/25) Amazon is offering Prime for $67 per year. They are probably gearing up for the Christmas season and they may be getting a little worried about a new competitor coming onto the market (Jet.com) who is giving them a run for their money.

Do you use Prime? If so, how do you like it?

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  1. Bah! I’m late to this deal! Fortunately I do know Prime is pretty awesome. Much better than driving to traditional stores. Definitely worth the $99 price.

  2. I signed up for Prime! I had a free trial before and really liked it but couldn’t justify the price when I don’t order from Amazon often and usually would order over $35 to get free shipping anyway. I convinced my husband to dump cable – and during pre hockey season too! – by using this deal for movies and TV shows. Looking forward to see how we use it and how much money we save by using Prime and getting rid of cable.

    • Thanks for letting us know Mandi – hope you get more use out of it this time around. You’re husband must really love you to dump hockey just before the season :)

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