Discussion in 'Marketplace Discussions' started by Scottb, Jun 3, 2018.
You might be right as I only checked the rates from Amazon and not third party sellers.
IMO Amazon Prime is a bargain, I order most things from them rather than running to stores. I find their video selection outstanding.
I order most new vinyl from them and everything arrives perfect and if there is a problem they accept it back without question. They became the biggest because of their service.
Amazon already has Amazon Logistics. And in my experience, it's the worst shipping company by an order of magnitude. I'd say that about 80% of the shipments that I receive through Amazon Logistics are late...
(And looking at places like Reddit, my experience is typical).
Haha I was ready to applaud you after the first paragraph, then I LOLed. That’s like saying you no longer use Monsanto pesticides, but are now dabbling with DDT.
You can ship to store if you don't mind waiting. it usually will take a week or more. I don't deal with Target much so I'm not sure how their shipping is. During the holidays they will have free shipping on everything so I sometimes will buy something then. Amazon Prime also has streaming video service with a lot of good stuff. Not quite up to par with Netflix, but right under that.
Amazon has issues but Walmart is on my never ever ever never list. A personal choice.
I don't pay shipping and I'm not on prime. Just save up enough items to get free shipping.
it is? yikes, those sellers never get a break.
Did you really just say it feels great to free yourself from the Amazon "monster" and then proceed to say you buy stuff at Walmart? lol...whatever man.
Anyway, is this a surprise? Why wouldn't you sign up for Prime if you shop at Amazon? I have a hard time believing that anyone who buys things online doesn't buy enough stuff in a year to PLENTY make up the annual fee costs that you would pay in shipping elsewhere. Not to mention how fast Amazon gets it to you, and oh by the way all the other stuff you get with Prime. And yes the other multiple people who've said you get free shipping if you spend $25+.
I hate the perks. I'm in Prime strickly for what it was in the beginning, the free two-day shipping. And they're ruined that with their add-on item feature.
I order most of my stuff from importcds, or specialty retailers like Wayside Music.
Ha, saw one of those guys across the street today. Plain white van with the USDOT number literally written in sharpie on the fender. I wonder if this could become an issue.
Cool, I didn’t know they have stuff like food and camera lenses. I’ll check them out.
$4.99 would only mean Amazon is getting more, not the vendors, and it would probably hurt used sales
not necessarily, when amazon raised shipping from 2.99 to 3.99 3rd party sellers got 3.99 for their shipping expenses
My understanding was Amazon increased their percentage/fee at the time of that increase.
I was annoyed that I ordered a Nintendo Switch with free shipping and they sent it from Sacramento CA, apparently by Pony Express. Shipped on May 31 arrives in Florida June 7.
haha! wouldn't surprise me
I have ordered from them before but this time they didn’t have what I was looking for.
Ruined it by offering more features ? Hmmmmm
Hmmmmmmm. Well, I was being polite. I don’t consider the add-on items a feature but more of a gotcha. I used to be able to jump on good prices for $5 CDs and DVDs when they popped up with Prime but now I need a minimum $25 order like the old days before paying $100 for prime but I still got to pay for prime.
How do you keep your orders under $25? “I’ll have The Best of the Bee Gees Volume II CD,” - “Anything else?” - “no, that’s the whole shopping list.”
Because sometimes we only want what we want. One BD, two CDs, and that might be it. My wish lists are all cleared again. When you're done, you're done.
Can only watch or listen to one thing at a time anyway. Then you have to go outdoors.
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