I have resisted “Amazon Prime” <-LINK for a long time. I have put up with adding enough “stuff” to each order to get either free to almost free shipping time and again. But no more because I am now getting it basically net free much like the rebates with AMEX deals helping off-set my annual card fees.
Take a look at what they are offering if you order items that qualify for Amazon Prime free fast shipping but then select the slow option. Yep, they give you $5.99 credit toward Amazon Pantry including things like renting movies to stream.
So I tested it and then rented on my Roku and as you can see from the above got full credit for the online rental. Sweet (but the movie was really bad).
I have ordered another item today and it again qualified for the $5.99 credit so as long as I am reading it right I can keep getting credit that I can use until the end of January 2016.
Beyond the pay-per-view type movies I have found that having Amazon Prime videos on my Roku is just nice. There are so many things to watch as well as books to my Kindle app on my new “beach tablet” that I just have now found that for less than $10 a month “Prime” is worth having.
So you tell me. Are you an Amazon Prime user? Are you taking advantage of the slow shipping credits and all the other perks of the program? – René
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