About six years ago, I was in the middle of placing an order with Amazon for several electronic prizes. At the time, I vaguely remembered Amazon offering free shipping, so I researched it to see if my order could take advantage of free shipping on Amazon.
Turns out, I could get free shipping with Amazon Prime.
You may be thinking…but Amazon Prime costs money each year. The first time I got Amazon Prime, I spent LESS money on the annual fee than my shipping costs would be.
So, it was a no-brainer. And you can get a FREE trial of Amazon Prime right now. Try it for free to see if it fits your family. (see below)
Not only did I get free shipping on that order, but I got free shipping on all my other orders for a year.
Last year, Steve discovered we also get access to free movies and music on Amazon Prime. I actually got hooked on Downton Abbey by watching the first few years on Amazon Prime. (Well, we watched it on our TV that was hooked up to our computer)
You can also borrow a Kindle book from the Amazon lending library each month – for free.
I just got an email from Amazon saying they have FREE trials for Amazon Prime until January 10, 2014.
How do the Amazon Prime FREE trials work?
- Use this link to get your free trial for 30 days: FREE trial of Amazon Prime
- Place as many orders as you like on Amazon and receive FREE Prime Shipping for 30 days. – NO minimum order! (Be sure the item has a PRIME icon by it)
- Instantly watch over 40,000 movies and TV episodes with titles for everyone
- Borrow books from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library
As a homeschooler, I can’t think of a better program for you.
Why do I say it’s perfect for homeschool families?
- Every time you need to order a book, you get FREE shipping.
- If you need to read a Kindle book, you might be able to borrow it from the lending library for free.
- You can choose from 40,000 movies as enrichment in your history, science & literature studies & watch for FREE.
Get your FREE TRIAL of Amazon Prime before Jan 10, 2014 by clicking here.
Try it for 30 days – Order your books for the spring semester & get Free Shipping!