Free shipping now a $35 game for non-Prime Amazon shoppers

Amazon shoppers, brace yourselves because Amazon is changing the rules of the game. The minimum cost for free shipping for non-Prime customers is taking a leap from $25 to $35. That’s right, folks. A—an extra $10 stands between you and that sweet, sweet, free shipping. But fear not, Prime members. Your free delivery on over 300 million items is safe and sound. Continue enjoying your Prime perks while the rest of us hunt for another item to hit that new minimum. This isn’t Amazon’s maiden voyage into the choppy waters of changing shipping costs. Remember 2016? The minimum was set at a staggering $49 before it graciously descended to $25. It seems Amazon is shaking things up on both sides of the pond Meanwhile, our British friends aren’t escaping unscathed. Prime members in the U.K. now face a new £2 charge for same-day delivery if their basket total falls short of £20. Could this be a cunning plan to lure more people into the Prime fold? With quicker delivery options and a slew of additional perks, Amazon’s Prime membership is starting to look like a golden ticket. Amazon Prime – 30 Day Free Trial Experience Amazon Prime’s array of benefits with a free 30-day trial. Enjoy unlimited streaming of movies, TV shows, exclusive access to deals, and fast delivery options. Ideal for tech enthusiasts seeking convenience and value in one package. Check Availability KnowTechie is supported by its audience, so if you buy something through our links, we may get…Free shipping now a $35 game for non-Prime Amazon shoppers

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *