True Life: I’m addicted to Amazon Prime.
Amazon Prime is life. And if you have Amazon Prime, you know what an addiction it is. Remember when you had to spend over $25 to get free shipping on Amazon? And then it went to $35? Maybe it still is. But I honestly can’t remember life Before Amazon Prime (B.A.P).
When at one time I mostly used Amazon for books, I now use it for everything. And I mean, everything.
Not sure why Amazon Prime is life? Let me tell you…
It’ only $99 for the year. Like, that’s a steal.
Free two-day shipping on over 50 million + items. Of course there are some exceptions but you can filter your search results to include Prime only and that’s pretty much what I do. Ain’t nobody got time to wait anymore.
Subscribe and Save. You can set up subscriptions to automatically deliver certain things to your house. Never run out of laundry detergent, toilet paper, cat food… whatever. It is seriously a live saver. And if I can avoid going to the store, I avoid it at all cost.
Amazon Fresh. Unlimited same-day or next-day early morning delivery on over 50,000 items – including groceries. I just placed my first order last night and it will be here this afternoon. Like someone is delivering groceries to my doorstep. WHAT?!
Clothes. If you’re searching for something, odds are you can find it from a ton of different stores… all in one place. Need something for a last minute function? It’s yours in two days! That’s where I got this jacket from when I decided to head downtown in the middle of winter.
Prime Access. Whether it’s a sale, Lightning Deal, whatever, Prime members get early access to fun things. VIP up in here!
Amazon Video. Netflix is great, yes. But Prime offers unlimited streaming on thousands of movies and TV episodes. Seriously, there are so many good ones to choose from.
Sunday delivery. Need something ASAP but it’s a weekend? Doesn’t matter. You can get it! How cool is that?!
Want to know what I’ve bought over the past few weeks? Check it out below!
Quite the assortment, isn’t it?! And I wasn’t kidding when I said I literally ordered everything. No need to stress myself out and go to the store when I can order it and have it delivered to my door in two days. Or a day. Or a few hours 😉
Do you have Amazon Prime? Why or why not?
Neely Moldovan6 years ago
This is 100% Andrew and my life. I’ve had prime since grad school and when people tell me they don’t have it I truly do not understand why! Yesterday I ordered peanut butter, baby wipes, mascara, and shoes. Because necessities. hahaha!
Samantha6 years ago AUTHOR
Seriously! Sometimes you just need things! Who wants to go to the store anyways…
Chantal6 years ago
YES! Amazon Prime is life! We’re in Canada so I don’t think we have Amazon Fresh and Video yet, but I love the 2 day free shipping. Whenever we need something we always look on Amazon first. AND we get cashback through ebates, win win! 🙂
Erica6 years ago
I just jumped on the Subscribe and Save boat last month, and now I have 25+ items coming every month. I feel like I need to profusely apologize to our delivery people ahead of time. ha! Have you seen their swimsuits? My friend just bought a few, and they are TO DIE FOR!
Alex6 years ago
I gave up on Prime while here in Hawaii. I can’t wait to get back to the mainland and use it though! I’m dying to get my groceries delivered!
Jessica6 years ago
AMAZON PRIME IS MY LIFE. My husband always teases me because we get an Amazon delivery every other day at least, not even kidding. Why go to the store when you have Prime shipping? haha!
Patranila6 years ago
I hear you! I haven’t kicked out the $99 yet but when I did my free 30-day trial I LOVED it! Problem is, I would spend ALL my money on Amazon and I have to have some money in my savings account damn it! LOL!
Louisa6 years ago
Girl, you’re not alone. I love Amazon Prime as well. Free shipping to Alaska? Sign me up!
kelly6 years ago
I am addicted too, it’s baddddddd!
Sparkles and Shoes
Vaishnavi6 years ago
Oh so true. 2 day shipping is super useful. I love Amazon prime too. And yes, it is an addition – a good one at that 🙂