By now, you’ve probably seen or read about how the “Amazon Price Guarantee” works.
Amazon guarantees that you won’t have to pay for items that you haven’t purchased, and that’s because the company is “the most trusted retailer of Amazon products.”
That’s right, it’s Amazon.
This guarantee is actually pretty straightforward, and you can check it out for yourself.
Basically, if you buy a product on Amazon, you get Amazon’s credit to cover the cost of the product.
The product is then shipped to you, and if the price is low enough, you’ll get a discount on your purchase price.
You’ll also get to keep any money you spend on that item if you use the product at a later date.
In short, you can always use Amazon’s price guarantee to buy cheap items on Amazon.
And you can use it to save on other Amazon purchases as well.
But there’s one catch.
If you have a large Amazon account, you need to make sure that you have at least $500 in your account.
This is why you can’t use Amazon to make purchases from other merchants.
There’s one exception, however, and it’s worth mentioning: If you are an Amazon Prime member, you are automatically enrolled in this offer.
And because Amazon offers a $5 credit for any order you place, this is a great way to save money if you don’t have any cash.
Plus, Amazon Prime members get free shipping on orders over $100.
So you’re saving $5 here, and your credit will be automatically applied to your next order.
This also applies to any Amazon Prime subscription that you pay for.
But here’s the catch: Amazon does not offer a credit for shipping within the United States.
So if you’re a member of a non-US shipping address, this won’t apply to your Amazon purchase.
However, if the shipping address is in the US, it’ll apply to all orders placed through the service.
So, if your friend is in California and you order something on Amazon that comes from a shipping address in Texas, the friend will get the credit for the entire order, and the credit will apply to the entire $5 payment.
But you’ll only get $5 if you pay with cash.
That’s because Amazon charges a fee for all purchases, and Amazon charges the fee for every order that’s shipped to a shipping location.
So this will mean that your friend will pay a $10 shipping fee for the whole $5 of your order.
But this is great, because your friend doesn’t have much to lose if you can make a good use of the $5 you saved by using the Amazon Price Guaranteed.
But Amazon doesn’t offer this guarantee to international customers either.
That is because the service does not allow you to redeem your credit for anything beyond the cost for the product itself.
If your friend purchases an item from an international location, the item is shipped to their account, and then Amazon charges them a $1.50 fee to deliver the item to the recipient’s address.
This fee is waived for orders that exceed $200 in value, so you’ll be able to buy the item at that price.
If this service is too expensive for you, you could always use PayPal.
It is the only payment processor that allows you to use Amazon.
PayPal will also allow you not to pay the shipping fees when your order exceeds $200, and PayPal is even able to waive fees for customers that have no other means of payment.
So there you have it: a simple way to avoid Amazon’s fee for shipping.
However do you have any other tricks up your sleeve?
Let us know in the comments below.