Amazon Prime Benefit: What You May Be Missing Out On

Before you read this post, please remember to always Amazon Prime responsibility.

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Can I be honest with you? I love using the Amazon app at brick and motor store to barcode and see if I’m really getting a good deal. Most of the time I am, but every once in a while I will find something exactly the same or close to it for much less.

That being said, Amazon Prime’s FREE 2 day shipping benefit makes it worth the $99 a year for the membership for my husband and I. However, the benefits do not stop there, as my friend Autumn pointed out to me the other day, there are actually a lot of benefits I am missing out on.

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And that takes me to this post. Here are some of the perks you may have forgotten come with that Amazon Prime account you have.  Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial, oh and you should use it on Prime Day (July 12th 2016)
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  • The Grand Tour (i.e. Top Gear 2.0)
  • All the BBC shows (specifically Orphan Black and Doctor Who… trust me )
  • Downton Abbey
  • HBO stuff like: Boardwalk Empire, Veep, Sex in the City, and True Blood
  • Mr. Robots
  • Humans
  • The Man in the High Castle
  • The American’s
  • 24
  • And ton’s of kid’s stuff
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2 thoughts on “Amazon Prime Benefit: What You May Be Missing Out On

  1. I’ve also found it handy to have a Kindle Fire with a Prime account because you can download Amazon Prime movies/television to the Fire and watch it offline. Nice to have some shows lined up for flights when you’re traveling.

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