Here Are All The Best Ways To Save More On Amazon

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Everyone knows and loves Amazon Prime, whether they personally have a subscription or not.

The subscription program is full of benefits for the avid Amazon user, from discounts on selected products to free two-day shipping. If you’re a regular Amazon shopper, it would only be to your advantage to use the service.

The website itself is known for always having great prices and deals across the seemingly never-ending categories of products that it sells.

But while Prime may take the spotlight for the best savings program that Amazon has to offer, the website lists and offers so many other deals and programs daily and weekly that offer equal, if not better benefits.

Take a look at these 11 deals and programs that Amazon offers that aren’t Prime:

Subscribe and Save program
Get up to a 15 percent discount and ship a specific item to you on a set schedule of monthly intervals

Friday sale
Special discounts on certain items every Friday

Trade-in program
You can trade-in used and old items for cash, and the site will evaluate how much you’ll be paid for the item(s) before you send them in

Lightning deal
Offers savings on one item for just four hours

Warehouse deals
Discounts on open box and used items

Amazon Mom subscription
Program that gives same benefits as prime, plus additional discounts on items like diapers and wipes

Today’s Deals
Page of all special and regular discounts occurring on the site that day

Price guarantee
If the price of an item you purchase through the site drops within seven days of your purchase, Amazon will refund you the difference (as long as the seller and shipper of the original item is Amazon)

Goldbox deal
Showcases one item that Amazon offers an extra discount on every day

Amazon Student subscription
Program that gives you six months of Amazon Prime for free and half-off membership price after the six months

Free Shipping
If your order is $25 or more, or you have an Amazon Prime subscription

Whether you’re trying to save on a specific item or sign up for a program that’s going to get you great deals and benefits monthly, chances are Amazon probably has something that’ll work for you.

After all, you don’t just become the world’s largest online retailer by chance!

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