Amazon Prime Benefits Expanding: Free Shipping, Books, & Movies

by Beth Montgomery on March 14, 2012 · 2 comments

in Amazon Deals, Entertainment & Fun, Online Shopping

The enticements to sign up for Amazon Prime are expanding so much that’s it’s even getting to me.  Typically, I’m too cheap to sign up for any memberships, but the FREE Amazon Kindle books are looking tempting and so are all the FREE movies, since it’s cheaper than Netflix!

Amazon Prime Benefits

An Amazon Prime membership is only $79 a year.  That’s just a little over $6.58 per month for all the benefits.  If you pay this in shipping, movies, or Amazon Kindle books each month (I’m guilty here, since one best-selling Amazon Kindle books is often more than that), you may want to consider a membership.

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1 Kk April 16, 2012 at 10:01 AM

Just want to say that, for me, the Prime membership was a joke. I get just as much free content without paying that ridiculous fee. I was only allowed to “borrow” one book a month…that is, I had to return it. I don’t have all the latest bestsellers right off the press, but if I am patient, eventually they go on special.

2 Beth April 16, 2012 at 10:17 AM

That’s good to know. I did know you borrowed the books, like a library. My library often has the best sellers, but they have a long line to borrow it, so waiting didn’t bother me. It does bother me that you have to have an actual Kindle to get the books through the program. I have an Android Tablet and wanted to sign up for the library, since I probably buy $79 worth of books a year as much as I read. It was definitely worth it, until I realized it wouldn’t work with my device. I think they are losing a lot of potential customers that way.

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