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Amazon Prime has introduced "Dash Button". Dash Button devices are WiFi-connected devices to place in your kitchen, pantry, or anywhere in your home, you use your favorite Prime-eligible products. Simply press the button to reorder when you’re running low, and your products are on their way. With Prime, you can also get your orders deliver faster, watch latest movies and more exciting stuff. Now you can also try Amazon Prime free for 30 days here > http://amzn.to/2ukUXS1 and you can share your experience.

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I don't want to get wet or eaten by a disillusioned piranha.

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ZonkeyBalls 1 year ago

No. Most of the time, I have an order exceeding $35, so shipping is free. Rarely do I need anything delivered instantly and, if I do, my sister has Prime and will order it for me.

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Linnster 1 year ago

Yes.

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Tiffanee 1 year ago

I do ... and it gets a lot of use.

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JanHaskell 1 year ago

I live in Australia so shipping is never free. I was actually just looking at my Amazon account and reminiscing over purchases I made back in the 90's, My first Amazon purchase was a CD called Metal Health by Quiet Riot.

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OzSurfer 1 year ago

In response to “I live in Australia so shipping is never...

I don't know why Amazon Australia sells only the books.

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MKDan 1 year ago

In response to “I don't know why Amazon Australia sells only...

I've heard it's just started here, finally, but yes you're right. I've always used either US or UK but the shipping is expensive and most of the products don't ship to Australia which I can't understand.

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OzSurfer 1 year ago

nothing of amazon anything
including the WaPo which is owned by the same owner of amazon

Jeff Bezos

hey Jeff... if I see amazon using drones to deliver items around here

I'll translate that to Skeet shootin with Prizes!!!!!

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Neanderthal_Momdoer 1 year ago

noos i do nottt

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Skunky 1 year ago

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They offer 30 days free trial for Amazon Prime and you can try it. But you should "unsubscribe" it before the 30th day. Otherwise, they will charge your card. http://amzn.to/2ukUXS1

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MKDan 1 year ago

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