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    Posted on Nathan Parker Comment on the AskWoody Lounge

    This topic contains 43 replies, has 15 voices, and was last updated by  Nathan Parker 1 month, 1 week ago.

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    • #1845920 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      I’m curious as to how many AskWoody members are Amazon Prime members, and what you think about it. As a student, I can qualify for half-off of Prime. However, I’m not sure if I would still fully use all of the benefits of it:

      • Free shipping is nice, although when I order from Amazon, I generally place more than $25 per order to qualify for free shipping. My Zip Code doesn’t qualify for same-day shipping or Prime Now, so I can’t use those. I don’t heavily order from Amazon (school textbooks I generally get through another store, and some home stuff I get from another place), but there are times when I can only get some things from Amazon.
      • I’m not sure if I would use the access to Lightning Deals or not.
      • Diapers and baby food doesn’t matter since I don’t have any young children.
      • We don’t have a Whole Foods yet, but I’d love to have one. If we get one, that would seriously up my interest in going for it. I also get confused about their Prime Rewards Visa Card vs Store Card on the 5% back.
      • The movies and TV shows perk might be nice, but I just signed up for Hulu with Live TV, so I do have access to some good content on Hulu, plus I have a few other good apps I can access streaming video content on. Prime Channels is interesting, but the channels I need I had to get through Hulu.
      • Amazon Price Music is interesting, but I already get Apple Music and Spotify included in some other services I have.
      • The free games isn’t a perk I’d use as I don’t play games.
      • Prime reading looks interesting since I do a lot of reading.
      • I don’t qualify for 2 hour grocery or restaurant delivery yet.
      • I don’t qualify for in-home or in-car delivery, and I wouldn’t use those anyway.
      • Try before you buy clothes sounds interesting, but I have to order my clothes elsewhere since I’m super tall.
      • Alexa voice shopping sounds interesting since I do use Alexa.
      • Not sure if I’d use the rotating podcasts on Audible channels or not. Most podcasts I can access through Apple Podcasts.
      • Unlimited photo storage is nice, but my photo library is already in iCloud Photos, so not a huge advantage either.
      • I haven’t participated in Prime Day sales, but I’ve heard they’re pretty good.
      • Prime Pantry sounds interesting, and if it meant fewer trips to the grocery store, something that would interest me.
      • One aspect that has me interested in Prime is the amount of Amazon devices I own (I currently own three Echo devices and about to add a fourth one and an Echo Show, plus I own a Kindle and Fire TV), so I’m wondering if I would get more out of my devices with Prime or not.

      Thanks!

      Nathan Parker

    • #1846022 Reply

      willygirl
      AskWoody Plus

      We have Prime and for us it’s worth the price for the two-day delivery and free shipping. Don’t use the other perks since at this time there isn’t anything that interests us. I say based on what you’ve put out there in the way of devices and such, it sounds like a good idea to go for it, especially with the half price deal. If you decide to pick up on Prime you can always try some of the offers with the program as you go along.

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    • #1846023 Reply

      Tom in Az
      AskWoody Plus

      @Nathan:

      I have been a Prime member for about 4 years. I don’t use many of the items you have outlined above, so can’t comment on them. I got Prime mainly for the free shipping, and usually beat them up pretty well on that. I am the caregiver for my wife and several home-health supplies are priced competitively IF you are a Prime member; not available to non-Prime members. We have been exploring some of the original TV programming lately, but too early to tell if it is worthwhile.

      My main gripe with Prime is that much of what is sold on Amazon these days comes from third-party sellers and does not qualify for Prime shipping.

      Best regards,
      Tom

       

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      • #1902396 Reply

        Bluetrix
        AskWoody MVP

        My main gripe with Prime is that much of what is sold on Amazon these days comes from third-party sellers and does not qualify for Prime shipping.

        The reason for that is Amazon is copying Alibaba’s B2C format. Amazon has distribution centers (they call them fulfillment centers) which are brick and mortar and actually handle the goods . Alibaba, China’s “Amazon”, doesn’t distribute, they middleman.

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    • #1846439 Reply

      agoldhammer
      AskWoody Plus

      We use Prime all the time for free shipping, streaming videos and at our local Whole Foods.  Membership fee pays for itself in savings.

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    • #1846857 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      Thanks everyone for the great info. Once I finish my Latin class and have more time on my hands, I’ll take a trial of Prime and see what I think. I may end up using more of the benefits than I imagine, plus once we could get a Whole Foods here, it would definitely come in handy (I badly want a Whole Foods).

      Does anyone know the difference between the Amazon Store Credit Card and the Amazon Prime Rewards credit card and which is the better option?

      Nathan Parker

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    • #1846862 Reply

      RetiredGeek
      AskWoody MVP

      Nathan,

      The Amazon Prime Rewards Signature Visa Card gets you 5% back on all Amazon purchases.

      We use this card exclusively for Amazon purchases. HTH 😎

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    • #1846870 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      Excellent. Great to know. I will look into that as well.

      Nathan Parker

    • #1846894 Reply

      geekdom
      AskWoody Plus

      This note has nothing to do with Amazon Prime and everything to do with smart shopping:

      • The price for a particular item tends to bounce. Sometimes, the price is up; sometimes the price is down. Yesterday, I purchased an item for about $6.00 and today, the item is $14.00; who knows about tomorrow. Prices are fluid.
      • Prices for the same, exactly the same, generic item vary wildly. Check and compare before buying.
      • Make sure you have Prime selected in sidebar options or select only Prime items. Even if you don’t use Amazon Prime, the price and product comes through Amazon and guarantees $25.00 purchase gets you free shipping. The free shipping is generous.
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    • #1846959 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      Good advice!

      Nathan Parker

    • #1848810 Reply

      OscarCP
      AskWoody Plus

      I subscribe to Amazon Prime, and I use it, in part, to keep some movies and shows I have bought or I am buying from big A. For example, the latest episode of a show one buys plays, in my own experience, one or two days after it was broadcast by the network producing it, and it is free of commercials, which for me is well worth the money. Also there are many more shows and movies available for free, including those produced by Amazon itself, and I am keeping a few of favorite ones that used to be in Netflix and got finally removed because their contractual agreements came to an end, as it often happens. I do not buy music, because I can get it from radio and over the Web broadcasts or download them for free from YouTube, my taste in music running very narrowly to Jazz, folk and classical.

      One important consideration, for me, is that some items of the kinds mentioned here sometimes are available, or available for free, only from Amazon Prime.

      I also buy from Amazon books, movies and shows on DVD, as well as things I cannot find in shops in my area. The latter are odd items such as, in recent memory: large kitchen sponges, slippers for walking indoors, a certain brand of powder laundry detergent, my favorite brand of dish soap, a herbal extract I once got prescribed in Germany and worked very well for a mild chronic condition, but it is not generally available here, some Mac dongles I needed — that sort of thing.

      I do not use Alexa, because I don’t find it necessary and am very suspicious of anything that is, for all I know, listening to what is going on at home all the time and ready to connect my home to an external place offering a less than iron-clad guarantee concerning its services users’ privacy, allegedly only on my voice command, but then again…

      In general, I am not all that observant of price savings: as long as I can afford something I need — or really want but cannot get it at a lower price — I buy it, my own philosophy on such matters being: “that’s what money is for.” But price-shopping, when I have the time to do it, is something I like to do as well.

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    • #1849391 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      Thanks for the info! Much appreciated.

      Nathan Parker

    • #1870655 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      I’ll probably signup for Prime August 1. I know I’ll miss this year’s Prime Day (but I don’t need anything major at the moment anyway). Starting to get some of the apps downloaded and ready to go.

      Nathan Parker

    • #1895609 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      I will be signing up for Prime Student August 1. Looking forward to trying it.

      Nathan Parker

    • #1899999 Reply

      Lugh
      AskWoody_MVP

      Whenever you’re not sure if a price is good, or can wait for a deal on an expensive item, use the Camel.

      Prime Pantry sounds interesting, and if it meant fewer trips to the grocery store, something that would interest me

      I’ve never used prime, but I did check some food items years ago—Amazon’s prices were very uncompetitive even after the monthly and combined discounts, so don’t assume Pantry will be cheaper than local.

      My main gripe with Prime is that much of what is sold on Amazon these days comes from third-party sellers and does not qualify for Prime shipping

      Be aware that Amazon looks to be making a strategic move away from selling its own stuff, so the 3rd-party thing will only increase.

      difference between the Amazon Store Credit Card and the Amazon Prime Rewards credit card and which is the better option

      This has a handy chart.

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      • #1900636 Reply

        Nathan Parker
        AskWoody_MVP

        Thanks for these. Even over price, I wish I could find some quality groceries (we’re in desperate need of something along the lines of a Whole Foods). The quality of our grocery stores have gone way down here, even with prices still high enough.

        Has anyone used some of the Amazon Basics products (batteries, office supplies, etc.)? How do they compare with other major brands?

        I signed up for Prime Student today. Looking forward to seeing how much I use it during the six-month trial.

        Nathan Parker

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        • #1900757 Reply

          willygirl
          AskWoody Plus

          Has anyone used some of the Amazon Basics products (batteries, office supplies, etc.)? How do they compare with other major brands?

          I’ve bought a few Amazon Basics supplies like accessory cases and they compare in price and quality to some high end products, giving way to being more attractive and well made in most instances. I’ve bought a camera case that has everything I need for storage and it’s compact at the same time. Read the reviews and watch for “Amazon’s Choice” on their Basics.

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        • #1900800 Reply

          Tom in Az
          AskWoody Plus

          Has anyone used some of the Amazon Basics products (batteries, office supplies, etc.)? How do they compare with other major brands?

          I’ve had good luck with the Basics items, such as HDMI cables and cases for external USB drives.

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        • #1901096 Reply

          geekdom
          AskWoody Plus

          I’ve had good luck with Amazon batteries. There should be a unit price and the batteries are sold in bulk quantities. Compare prices over different bulks.

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        • #1902373 Reply

          Geo
          AskWoody Plus

          For AA and AAA batteries I use hollar.com   Since I use  a lot I buy 25 dollars worth to get the free shipping.  The batteries are cheaper then the dollar stores.

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        • #1902828 Reply

          Lugh
          AskWoody_MVP

          I wish I could find some quality groceries

          See if there’s a Trader Joe’s near you—great quality, decent prices.

          Amazon Basics products

          I’ve found all I’ve tried to be very good.

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      • #1900796 Reply

        Tom in Az
        AskWoody Plus

        Be aware that Amazon looks to be making a strategic move away from selling its own stuff, so the 3rd-party thing will only increase.

        Thanks Lugh, I have suspected as much. If this is the case, I might as well be buying on ebay. I have bought at least 2 items from Walmart.com that were as much as $10 cheaper than Amazon.

        I will be re-thinking continuing my Prime membership next time it is up for renewal.

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        • #1902913 Reply

          Lugh
          AskWoody_MVP

          I have bought at least 2 items from Walmart.com that were as much as $10 cheaper than Amazon.

          Whenever I fill my Amazon cart enough to get free shipping, my next step is to visit Walmart.com—they’ve improved their website a lot in recent years, and definitely whack Amazon on price at times.

          For electronics, I always check Newegg.com—their product selection / navigation is a lot better than Amazon’s, and there are often bargains to be had in their refurb & open-box offerings.

          Amazon’s top value these days is the reviews, much better than other sites. Beware of fakes—filter by ‘Verified Purchaser’, check the top few ‘Most Helpful’, and then have a look at the 2-star & 4-star reviews. Fakes are usually either 1- or 5-star.

          A good product will have a declining curve from a lot of 5-star to a few 1-star. If it has more 1-star than it should, filter by newest reviews—the maker may have fixed an initial defect.

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    • #1901142 Reply

      wavy
      AskWoody Plus

      and be aware that “Amazon’s Choice” is not always the best PRICE on the sam goods as listed else where on the site.

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    • #1901528 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      Thanks everyone for the info. I’ll look into some of their Basics products.

      In the past I haven’t heavily ordered from Amazon, but I’m seeing if as a whole how much I get out of my six-month trial as a student, then at the first of the year, decide if I want to keep it active and pay for it.

      My main goal would be to find more quality products delivered to my door (plus all the other perks collectively together as a Prime member). It’s been tough finding quality products around my town in general. Our local Walmart has sub-par quality (even stuff I order on Walmart.com isn’t the best quality), and our local Sam’s Club is slowly improving, but products are still sub-par in quality at times. There are other stores that either don’t have a good selection of products or just low quality in general. Our grocery stores are even worse (we desperately need a better grocery store such as Whole Foods, and I may even try a few groceries that can be delivered to my area on Amazon or Prime Pantry).

      Nathan Parker

      • #1901957 Reply

        geekdom
        AskWoody Plus

        Welcome to small town life. Locally, most purchases are either thrift shops or dollar stores. Most other items are purchased via wonderful world wide web. (I’ve gotten very good at punching keyboard buttons.)

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    • #1902353 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      I’m in a decent-sized town, but it’s still difficult to find quality items here. I am too getting too good at punching keyboard buttons for ordering, and beating the crowds is a nice plus. 🙂

      Nathan Parker

    • #1902383 Reply

      Geo
      AskWoody Plus

      Looks like you go to school in Texas.  I buy my jeans on line .  Made in Texas.  100% US .  Decent prices for heavy duty jeans. Deep pockets.      texasjeans.com

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    • #1902385 Reply

      Geo
      AskWoody Plus

      Watch out if you buy expensive stuff on Ebay with their new state sales tax collection that went into effect July 1. Even if you buy off a third party small seller, ebay them-self now collects the state sales tax.

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    • #1902386 Reply

      Berton
      AskWoody_MVP

      Collection of state sales tax kicked in when Net Neutrality went out, too many local entities were losing money.
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    • #1902532 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      Thanks everyone for the additional comments. My school is in Texas, although I live in Arkansas and attend online (through live streaming, works really well when my Internet works, which I have had Internet issues lately). Most of my clothes I actually outsource to the UK due to my height. I’m so tall, it’s hard to find US clothing that can fit me.

      I’ve noticed more stuff I order online does charge sales tax. While it was fun to have a break from it, when retailers charge me for it, overall I’m OK paying it, especially since it’s harder to find places to buy local.

      Nathan Parker

      • #1903073 Reply

        Geo
        AskWoody Plus

        Custom seams are available at Texas Jeans.  Contact them.

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      Geo
      AskWoody Plus

      What I don’t like is I live in ****. They don’t tax clothes or non prepared food,  but now the large sites add the tax on everything.  So now the local brick and mortar stores come out ahead.  Good thing though is you still can browse the internet and beat the regular stores tax or no tax.

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    • #1902990 Reply

      MW
      AskWoody Plus

      My experience with Amazon has been pretty much what many have already stated. I let my Prime membership expire.

      Their 2 day delivery was more often than not 3+ days.

      As others have noticed, they are starting to turn into another eBay, more often than not what I was looking for wasn’t available through Amazon, not even fulfilled by Amazon.  I would rather use eBay if that’s the case.  In fact I often find things from eBay dealers cheaper than on Amazon.

      Ditto for Newegg, Microcenter, Staples, Office Max, Best Buy…

      Amazon delivery is a joke in my area.  Sick and tired of finding my items everywhere but my porch.  If they even get the right address…

      IMHO, Amazon is coasting on momentum.  Everybody is so used to habitually going to Amazon to purchase something they aren’t noticing that Amazon’s customer service and pricing are steadily degrading.

      There are other stores, both online and even brick and mortar that can match and even beat Amazon’s pricing.  Plus, they have 1-800 numbers and customer service departments that are easily reachable if need be.

      As far as Amazon Basics, the handful of things I have tried, the quality was just as good as anything else in the price range.  I have no complaints there.

       

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    • #1903082 Reply

      wavy
      AskWoody Plus

      IMHO, Amazon is coasting on momentum.

      Of course, that is what it is ALL about. Once they get you they GOT you LOL.
      Amazon wants to be just about everything about commerce and is doing a creditable job of accomplishing just that, for better or worse.

      It does scare me a bit but I find I CAN find what I want on Amazon when I would have to spend a day in the City to find, or hours searching other sites and reading their fine print regards returns …
      Not that I have not been burned in a minor way at Amazon.

      Looks like I will need to get Prime to watch the 4th (& 5th 😉 )season of The Expanse which they picked up.
      best of luck w/ your trial LOL

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    • #1903265 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      Thanks everyone for the info. No Trader Joe’s in my state yet unfortunately. I’ll look into some Amazon Basics products.

      For tech, I’ve purchased a ton through Provantage. They generally offer good prices and fast shipping, although shipping does cost. B&H has some of what I’ve needed as well. Apple gear I get direct from Apple just due to the better shopping experience (watch the Carvana video of the tube family, and that’s how I feel when ordering from Apple vs third parties). We do have a local Best Buy near me, so some tech I can get there (but pro-level stuff I have to order).

      Amazon’s reviews are good to check when I need to read product reviews in general (I also balance them with tech review sites when it comes to tech).

      There does seem to be some good content on Prime Video I’ve wanted to watch, so I’m looking forward to that perk. I also want to look more into Prime Reading.

      Music isn’t working on Amazon Student (I think it’s one perk not included), but that’s not a biggie. I already have Apple Music free with Verizon plus access to Spotify, and I don’t listen to a ton of music (mostly around Christmastime to get me in the Christmastime mood).

      Nathan Parker

    • #1903292 Reply

      MrJimPhelps
      AskWoody_MVP

      Nathan:

      A lot of the videos on Amazon are not Prime Videos, that is, they aren’t included for free when you get Prime. Although I am disappointed at the low number of videos available for free with Prime, the super fast Prime delivery makes it worth the price for Prime. We don’t have Prime Now, but we do have regular Prime (one to three day delivery). Without that, I wouldn’t buy very much on Amazon, because it would take too long. But one to three day delivery makes Amazon worthwhile for most of my purchases that I can’t get locally.

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    • #1903323 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      A lot of the videos on Amazon are not Prime Videos, that is, they aren’t included for free when you get Prime.

      I think I filtered for only what’s included with Prime (although I could be wrong), but I will spend more time with it and ensure.

      I too wish I could get the faster delivery options here. Maybe before too long (since Amazon is opening new warehouses about an hour away).

      At least I have six months instead of 30 days to test the trial and decide. 🙂

      Nathan Parker

    • #1903619 Reply

      wavy
      AskWoody Plus

      I have never found an easy way to list just what movies are available with Prime w/o joining, which I will have to at least do a trial when the Expanse season 4 comes out in December. Again when they get you they GOT you 😉

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    • #1903814 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      Does this work for you without a Prime subscription? This is the link that allows me to see them, but not sure if it works signed out without Prime:

      https://www.amazon.com/b/ref=lp_2676882011_nav_youraccount_piv?rh=i%3Aprime-instant-video%2Cn%3A2676882011&ie=UTF8&node=2676882011

      Nathan Parker

    • #1904711 Reply

      wavy
      AskWoody Plus

      Thanks Nathan
      That is a better list than I could find w/o being a member. I usually get the free trial screen.
      A quick look at the sci fi listings did not impress.

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    • #1904879 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      One new twist that may have me getting more use out of my Prime membership: ordering for my mother. She needs a natural antibiotic and our local health food store closed, plus she’s having a rough time finding around two the makeup she’s worn all her life. She’s also interested in Prime Pantry to get some grocery items delivered versus shopping in the grocery store.

      So even if I personally don’t get enough of a use out of my Prime membership, I may be getting enough use out of it placing orders for my mother and handling a bunch of her shopping needs for her. 🙂

      Nathan Parker

    • #1904914 Reply

      Alex5723
      AskWoody Plus

      2 interesting news regarding (Amazon) deliveries :

      FedEx Ends Ground-Delivery Deal With Amazon

      https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-07/fedex-deepens-pullback-from-amazon-as-ground-delivery-deal-ends

      Package Delivery! Cybercriminals at Your Doorstep – Warshipping

      https://securityintelligence.com/posts/package-delivery-cybercriminals-at-your-doorstep/

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    • #1905627 Reply

      Nathan Parker
      AskWoody_MVP

      I saw that about the package delivery. Is it only affecting businesses or homes?

      Nathan Parker

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