There’s Something About Amazon Prime

So what’s the big deal about Amazon Prime? Well, hello curious reader.

If you’re not already subscribed you might be wondering why anyone would want to subscribe for Amazon Prime. You might even be cynical. A true skeptic. You might even think, “why, I’ll never give into this madness. I’d rather save my money.”

And that’s just it. That’s what Prime is mostly about – making sure you have money in your wallet. It isn’t intended to run you dry.

And perhaps you’re still thinking, how so if it requires me to pay for a subscription. I know, I know. If I had never had the opportunity back in my uni days to get the student discount, (which can easily be accessed through the following link: Prime Student 6month Trial), I would have never joined Prime in the first place.

No, seriously. I thought it would never be my fit. I thought it was just a site that only cared about getting people’s hard earning money without much in return. Oh, was I wrong! And I’m glad I am.

Fast forward 7 years later and I am still an Amazon Prime member. Sadly, I no longer qualify for the Prime Student (college students take advantage!) Trust me textbooks are expensive and sometimes you just need that free, fast shipping. [Future post on the benefits of Prime Student] But, when I was a student, I took advantage of that deal and it got me through a lot.

Now, I have the adult version of prime. Amazon Prime. And I feel I am adulting correctly. If you haven’t already joined or given in, however you’d like to call it, you should really give it a try. Here’s a link, Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial just in case you’d like to give it a shot. It’s a 30-day free trial. You really get all the perks like us members for a whole month! How cool is that. What is there to lose, really?

Here’s my brief list of why I think everyone should give Amazon Prime a try. Yes, everyone, should even if along the road you decide it’s not for you before the month is over.

  1. Unlimited FREE 2-day shipping (no minimum order size required).
  2. Instantly watch thousands of movies and TV episodes (stream or download)
  3. Borrow Kindle Books
  4. Prime Early Access
  5. Stream over 2 million songs – ad free!

And there’s way more where that came from. So much more, that each of these perks deserves detailed posts on their own. I will get to that soon.

But seriously, those are pretty good reasons why you should give it a try.

I do mean it when I say, you don’t have anything to lose. You’ll gain instead. You’ll gain an experience that only you can get if you get the trial first hand. You’ll gain access to everything listed above and so much more.

Amazon has an extensive list of items. I’ve made most of my online shopping through there. In fact, I think it’s my preferred online store. I really don’t shop anywhere else online. Unless for some sad, strange reason an item is sold out.

I trust Amazon so much. I love Amazon Prime so much. I mean, there have been times I’ve accidently purchased an item that I forgot to “save for later” in my cart. And Amazon has been so understanding and lets me cancel the order seconds or even minutes after placing the order. Or better yet, when I’ve received an item that didn’t live up to its product description, guess what? I’ve been able to return those products free of charge and I get a full refund! I know! They are just so considerate.

I somehow picture everyone that works for Amazon to be so proper and polite. Charming and sweet. And extremely understanding. I love their policy. I just love them overall. And I think you would too. And if you don’t already know, you should give them a chance to see if you’ll love them or not.

Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial

I doubt you’d be disappointed. And you could share your experiences here with me. For those reading, who are members, feel free to comment about your experiences as well and why you like/love Amazon Prime.

Because there’s truly something about Amazon Prime.

And there’s something for everyone on Amazon Prime.

Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial

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