If you shop on Amazon.com check out these amazing Amazon money-saving tips!
- Everyday Amazon features a Gold Box Deal of the Day with a new discount to take advantage of. But you’ve been warned: it’s easy to get addicted to checking the Gold Box Deals!
- Regularly buy something on Amazon? If so, you can get discounts on it through the Subscribe & Save program. Schedule regular deliveries of, say, toilet paper, and Amazon will give you a 5% discount and ship it for free. And, if you schedule five or more subscriptions per month, you’ll get 15% off on all of them!
- Considering Amazon Prime? It’s definitely worth it if you order at least 10 items costing less than $25 a year. Benefits include unlimited ad-free streaming of over a million songs, Instantly stream over 40,000 movies and TV episodes, FREE two-day shipping (no minimum order size), access to thousands more Kindle books. You can try Prime free for 30-days here!
- College student? Amazon gives students special rewards! Anyone with an .edu address can get a six-month Prime membership for free! In addition to all the usual Prime benefits, Amazon Students receive student-specific deals and can borrow one Kindle book each month for free. Also cool is the fact that at the end of the six months students are given the opportunity to extend their membership at 50% off the normal cost. College students can claim their perks here.
- You can find out Amazon’s most heavily discounted item each day at Camelcamelcamel. Their site also lets you track Amazon prices on specific items and set price watches and price drop alerts.
- You can download Amazon’s Kindle reading app for FREE. With the app you can read Kindle books on your computer, tablet, or mobile phone with the app! And there are thousands of books you can download and read for free, so what have you got to lose? Nothing, you’ve got knowledge to gain! BT Dubs: you don’t actually need a Kindle to get and use the Kindle app!
- You can find deep discounts on refurbished and open-box items (including cell phones, computers, and Kindles) with Amazon Warehouse. According to Amazon these discounted items “are in good condition but do not meet Amazon’s rigorous standards as ‘new.’” They’re covered by Amazon’s standard 30-day return policy, though, so if your item doesn’t work you can send it back. Definitely worth a look!
Amazon deals for the students
I use amazon student prime & love it ^_^