If you’ve ever heard of Amazon you already know how convenient it is to make purchases for just about anything from the online retail giant. They’ve made it so easy to shop online that most online customers have already tried them out and enjoy their services. Currently Amazon has an extended service for new customers called Amazon Prime which is being offered under a 30 day free trial. Customers will have an opportunity to take advantage of free 2-day shipping for most items along with having access to over 40,000 movies/TV shows, and to the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library.
If you own an Amazon Kindle or any other type of tablet device that allows you to stream movies and read books then you can sort of see how valuable an Amazon Prime membership can be. You will have the opportunity to do everything you’re already doing all under one roof. As a member you will be able to conveniently make purchases and have access to a huge online catalog of movies and Kindle books. The Kindle Owners Lending Library allows members to borrow books to read instead of having to always purchase them.
If you are a frequent shopper on Amazon you already know that most of your purchases take about 4 to 7 days to arrive but as an Amazon Prime member you will receive the free 2 day shipping allowing you to receive your packages extremely early in comparison. Just the 2 day free shipping along pays for itself rather quickly.
Another perk of the membership is the 1-Click ordering. This feature speeds up the ordering process by utilizing your stored credit card information and default address that is on file and when you order something you click the 1-Click option and the order is done, ready for processing.
The attraction to the Amazon Prime membership is for the next 30 days new members can join for free and try out all of the services. If you like the services after your 30 day trial membership expires then you can pay the normal annual fee of $79. The $79 fee breaks down to a little over $6 per month for all of these perks and services available. To learn more about Amazon Prime or to get started please click the link below.