Discount codes, money back comparison shopping, and automatic charity donations are a nice addition to peaceful and easy browsing (maybe on your couch, in your sweatpants, who will ever know?). Because Amazon gift cards never expire, find out how to make the most of small leftovers from prepaid cards and use your Wish List in an old fashioned brick and mortar retailer for budget savvy comparative shopping. Another of the top Amazon Prime tricks is how to share a membership within you household.
Do you shop for the holidays all year round or just can’t resist a good deal? Discover great deals in Amazon’s virtual outlet store. From scratch and dents to overstock, there are lots of items to snap up for that special occasion or as a little treat for yourself.
As Amazon builds several hundred brick and mortar stores and dances on the bones of vanquished bookstores, you can take some comfort in these Amazon Prime hacks. For instance, to snag those deeply discounted add-on items, try pre-ordering something for at least $25. Want to save on shipping and get video credit? There's a Prime trick for that, too.
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In Select Cities, You Can Get Alcohol Delivered In Two Hours
In May 2017, Amazon Prime announced it would begin two-hour alcohol delivery in 30 cities across the US, starting in Los Angeles. Great news!
There is a slight catch. The alcohol delivery is only available during certain hours - Monday through Saturday 10 am to 8 pm - and does have a delivery fee, unlike other Prime options. But it does have a wide selection of alcohol to choose from. That's because the retail giant is partnering with local stores that sell alcohol. And the prices from Amazon are the same as the ones in the store, which means you're not getting ripped off. Cheers!
Prime Now Offers Video-Only and Monthly Subscriptions - At a Price
You Can Get Money Back When an Item You’ve Already Ordered Drops in Price
This also works for items not sold on Amazon Prime. If you see a lower price for an item on another website, for an item such as electronics, Amazon may refund you the difference.