3-Months of Amazon Prime for $1.00!!

December 30, 2009

Amazon Prime 3-Months for just $1.00!!
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If you haven’t noticed already, I am a HUGE Amazon fan! There are several obvious reasons, it’s fast, easy, and you don’t spend any money in gas! More importantly though, they have FRUGALICIOUS prices! One of the best ways I save money is through purchasing through them. Not only do you not have to pay tax, but they offer FREE Super Saver Shipping on many items. The only thing about FREE Super Saver Shipping is you have to purchase a minimum of $25 in qualifying items to get shipping free. Your other option is to upgrade your account to Amazon Prime!
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Amazon Prime offers FREE-Two Day Shipping, no minimum purchase! So if you are like me and just want to buy one thing (like the new Up Tag Reading Book I purchased for my son’s birthday yesterday that only cost $8.99) you are not forced to search for more items to meet the minimum $25 to get the FREE Super Saver Shipping! Why is this important? Well, because you are actually saving money, by not forcing yourself to spend more just to get a great price on items with free shipping.
 
Amazon Prime is normally $79 per year, but Common Sense With Money found a super HOT deal on a FREE 3-Month trial of Amazon Prime when you purchase a textbook!
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Here is how to get your 3-Months of Amazon Prime FREE!

1. Place any one of these books into your cart: Romeo & Juliet ( $1.00), William Shakespeare’s Complete Sonnets ($2.00), Charles Dickens Great Expectations ($3.50), or Charles Dickens Oliver Twist ($3.50). You can purchase any textbook, these are just the most frugally priced :)

2. Click on FREE 2-Day Shipping and go to checkout

3. An offer will come up with a FREE trial of Amazon Prime, accept the offer and complete your purchase.

4. If you want to cancel the automatic renewal of your Amazon Prime after the 3-month free trial period just do the following: Click on “My Account” then click on “Manage Prime Account” click on “Do Not Upgrade.” That’s it!

(Thanks, Common Sense With Money)

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