Amazon launched Amazon Day, a service that allows Prime members to choose a date and time for when their packages will arrive. Amazon Day is the online retailer's latest efforts to curb losses associated with porch pirates.
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If you're still doing your last-minute Christmas shopping online, Amazon has extended its cutoff to December 19 for non-Prime customers to get their orders in for deliveries by Christmas. Prime members have a little longer.
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Besides free shipping, Amazon Prime offers a plethora of exclusive benefits, including access to Prime Video, Twitch, and a Whole Foods Discount. But how much does the service actually cost to use?
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Amazon is raising the cost of its Prime membership from $99 to $119 a year. It'll go into effect for new sign-ups on May 11, and for renewals on June 16. Amazon launched Prime in 2005 and it now has 100 million members globally.
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Amazon won't add Chromecast capability to its Instant Video app for Android any time soon, and it won't release an app for Android TV. But there's still a way to get that video on your TV by using your computer and a browser extension.
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Perks like free shipping are only worth it if you use them. It may be time to cancel an unused membership.