Oooh, hey! Amazon Prime is only only $73 for a year! I actually just signed up for it now. I also just canceled Netflix to save us some extra money per month. That means we’re only paying $6.08/mo instead of the $16/mo we were paying for streaming and DVDs.
Now, we’ll still get streaming, but also:
- E-book rental (my inner bookworm is ridiculously happy. And you know what that means for this blog? MORE BOOK REVIEWS!)
- Free 2 day shipping
- Access to discounts & lightening deals on products
- Probably some other nifty stuff
The offer’s only good for this weekend, though. Otherwise, it’s $99/year. Though, if you break it down, you’ll still be only paying $8.25 a month, which is still pretty good.
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And for the record, we aren’t switching just because of the savings and the expanded benefits, but also because Netflix’s streaming quality has really tanked on us recently. It’s also frustrating that they don’t offer complete TV series, either.
Fullmetal Alchemist, for example. They don’t have the final story arc, and it doesn’t look like they’ll be getting it. They cut off right in the middle of the action. They also skip episodes on Quantum Leap.
First world problems, I know. But if we’re going to spend our hard earned money for a service, isn’t it reasonable to expect decent quality?