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Amazon Prime has taken the United States by storm over the last decade and is now expanding its benefits to the rest of the world. Amazon Prime's two-day shipping program and unlimited movies/audio are well-known to the world, and have caused you and a lot of others to sign up. 
But there are several features of Amazon and Amazon Prime that you may not be aware of. You may not be taking full advantage of this wonderful service and wonderful company. 
Amazon Prime is so popular among its users that 40% of Amazon customers are Amazon Prime users; and 49% of Prime Members spend at least $800 a year. The long term members of Amazon Prime are so used to the benefits that they spend more than the rest. 
Here is what you'll learn: 

What is Amazon Prime?
Amazon Prime entertainment 
Amazon Prime savings 
Best ways to use Amazon Prime 
Amazon Prime Elements 
Amazon Prime Household 
Amazon Prime Fresh 
Amazon Now 
Shopping with Amazon coupons 
Using Kindle with Amazon Prime 
Amazon Prime - little known tricks 
©2017 Abhishek Kumar (P)2017 Abhishek Kumar
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1 out of 5 stars
By Y. Mitchell on 01-15-18

Not worth it

What would have made Amazon Prime better?

I expected I would hear some tips and tricks but instead it was more about the statistics of how many prime users there are and the history of how Amazon Prime got started, how they lost money at first but now it's a big thing. I

What was most disappointing about John Slavio’s story?

The chapter titled: tricks and tips did not provide any tips or tricks. In addition, it would mention, for example, Amazon Student and the student benefits, but it didnt explain if this is something that needs to be set up separately from an existing account or if it can be set up with an existing account.

How could the performance have been better?

The narrator was very bland. The phrase: "Great news" was delivered with the same intonation as if he were saying: "I had a sandwich for lunch".

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

I was very disappointed. I kept listening for the full 45 minutes hoping there would be one small redeeming nugget but there was nothing. That's 45 minutes and $4.00 I wont bet back.

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