Amazon Prime only costs $79 a year. And if you’re a student it will only run you $39. I’m not, so $79. To put that in perspective, the cheapest Netflix package is $8 a month (or $96 a year). One is a online merchant, the other is a movie rental/streaming service. Not sure why we’re comparing the two. Unless you want to compare video streaming/rental libraries - where Netflix currently wins. Only you don’t also get free kindle books (most at least $12.99 each), Except you only get to to borrow one per month - and you don’t get to keep it. This is little better than what I can already borrow from the local library which offers Kindle lending. free release date delivery for pre-ordered products (variable fee depending on what the item is), I can’t possibly think of the last time I ordered or bought something online, or otherwise, that I needed on release day. and free shipping on pretty much everything you could want to order. Pretty much everything I order from Amazon already qualifies for free super saver shipping which is fast enough for me as I order things early if I need them by a certain date (eg: a gift). This deal will pay for itself. The only question is when. None of these reasons sway me one way or another, so I’d be spending $79/year for nothing.
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