I am currently using my free trial for Amazon Prime. I just ordered something that may ship after Christmas, and possibly after the free trial expires. What happens with the shipping cost then? I'd prefer the two day ship, but I signed up for standard shipping not knowing if they would charge me for the two day ship if I am no longer on Prime. Thanks!
Amazon Prime free trial shipping question
Posted Dec 10, 2014 - 12:00 pm
Posted Dec 10, 2014 - 1:14 pm
If it ships after your membership is up you will be charged shipping unless it is over $35.
Posted Dec 16, 2014 - 8:41 pm
Thanks. When I ordered I got a delivery date some time in January. Interestingly enough within a day or two of ordering I got an email saying the item had shipped.
Posted Dec 17, 2014 - 9:47 am
That's ;NOT TRUE. If it was free shipping when you ordered it, that is what it goes by. I preorder many items as I can during my free shipping trials like booiks and games and they are still shipped free long after my trial expires. I did one just yesterday and it won't ship for 6 months. It will still be free 2 day shipping. I hvae many free trial, At least 4 or 5 a year as I have several different accounts for different reasons and you can have 1 free trial per 13 months. I have had 2 this season. I preordered a movie yesterday that won't ship and it will ship 2 day priority. I preordered 2 books on my last one that shipped 2 months later. THey still ship priority. If it is ordered with it, you still get it.
Edited by peppysfireball, Dec 17, 2014 - 9:54 am.
Posted Dec 17, 2014 - 10:00 am
That's another secret trick. Amazon never changes orders after they are placed, NEVER. If you need an add on item and don't have enough in your cart. Order a preorder item like a game and then your add on item. As soon as you place the order and your ad on item ships. Cancel your preorder. Easy way to get add on items. I got a 4.00 equestrian girl last night by doing that. Ive been learning amazons shipping tricks for years. amazon never changes shipping charges after an order is placed.
Posted Dec 17, 2014 - 10:25 am
Now you went and told everyone so Amazon is going to stop the practice. SHEESH THANKS.
BTW I am kidding
Posted Dec 29, 2014 - 10:49 pm
Thanks Peppysfireball. Good to know.
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