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#1 Brad  OFFLINE  

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Posted Jul 2, 2018 - 8:14 pm

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Posted Jul 3, 2018 - 5:16 am

I have been waiting for this.  Really hoping for somethings on my list to go on sale.



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Posted Jul 3, 2018 - 4:40 pm

I was debating on if I should keep my account for another month and find some Prime deals, or cancel it.  I opted to cancel it just because I didn't really need anything at this moment.  Too bad Prime Day wasn't the 7th, or else I'd still be able to look and possibly be a couple deals if I found something.


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Posted Jul 5, 2018 - 4:58 am

Amazon Unboxes Deals Across Exclusive Brands Ahead of Prime Day 2018

Now through July 17, Prime members can shop the lowest prices on products from brands exclusively available on Amazon, including Stone & Beam, Rivet, Presto!, Wickedly Prime, Solimo, Goodthreads, Daily Ritual, AmazonBasics and others

SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul. 5, 2018-- Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced its top Prime Day deals across a range of private label selection, including products from Stone & Beam, Rivet, Presto!, Wickedly Prime, Solimo, Goodthreads, Daily Ritual, AmazonBasics and others. From apparel and accessories to furniture, home décor and more, Prime members can shop the lowest prices on a wide assortment of high quality products available exclusively to Amazon customers. Shop epic deals running now – a full 11 days ahead of Prime Day – with additional deals debuting on July 16 at 12pm PT/3pm ET. Not a member yet? Anyone can join Prime or start a 30-day free trial at amazon.com/primeday to participate in Prime Day.

“Whether customers are starting a family, decorating their homes, stocking up on essentials or gearing up for the back-to-school season,Amazon offers exclusive selection for a variety of life stages and occasions, and Prime members can shop those items at an even greater value this Prime Day,” said Sarah Wood, Vice President of Amazon Private Brands. “We are thrilled to add our growing selection of high quality private label items to Prime Day’s epic day of deals and offer the lowest prices across products from our brands.”

Lowest Prices Across Our Brands

Great deals are running now on products such as apparel, furniture and kitchen essentials, with more deals on additional selection coming over the next 11 days. Following is a sampling of deals that are available at various times between now and Prime Day (and a half), while supplies last.

Apparel and accessories: Beginning July 9, members can shop seven days of deals on private label clothing and accessories leading up to Prime Day. From Core10—a line of premium active wear designed for women to look, feel and perform their best—to Goodthreads, a collection of men’s stylish wear-everywhere clothing—Prime members will find a range of exclusive apparel on sale this year.

Lead-up deals include up to 40 percent off premium active wear, up to 40 percent off women’s fashion, up to 50 percent off kids and baby apparel, and more. Starting on Prime Day, members can find even deeper discounts on additional selection with up to 50 percent off apparel for men, women and kids. Featured items that will be on sale include:

·         30% off Moon and Back Baby Infant 4-Piece Organic Gift Set, $17.49

·         30% off Spotted Zebra Girls' Tutu Tank Dress and Skirt Set, $18.20

·         30% off Amazon Essentials Boys' Performance Polo (Pack of 2), $12.60

·         30% off Amazon Essentials Men's Long-Sleeve Gingham Shirt, $12.60

·         30% off Goodthreads 5-Pocket Chino Pant, $21

·         30% off Daily Ritual Super Soft Modal Pocket Tank Top, $12.60

·         45% off Daily Ritual Women’s Jersey Short-Sleeve V-Neck T-Shirt Dress, $9.99

·         30% off Lark & Ro Women’s Cap Sleeve Wrap Dress, $31.50

·         40% off Core10 Women’s Onstride Run Legging, $41.40

·         60% off Obsidian Polarized Aviator Sunglasses, $35.60

Home furnishings, electronics and more: Now through July 15, members can shop furniture and décor from Rivet and Stone & Beam for up to 25 percent off – and, beginning on Prime Day, a variety of additional products for up to 30 percent off or more.

Designed with small spaces in mind, Rivet offers stylish and versatile mid-century modern furniture and décor that provides apartment dwellers and homeowners with the ability to make a big impact in their space at a great price. Stone & Beam caters to the style, comfort and durability needs of today’s modern family, and features sturdy pieces crafted with performance and stain-resistant fabrics to endure the test of time while creating a sophisticated look in any modern household. Prime members will find deals on a range of products, including:

·         25% off Stone & Beam Bradbury Chesterfield Modern Sofa, $1,085

·         30% off Stone & Beam Washed Linen Stripe Duvet Cover Set (Full/Queen), $105

·         30% off Stone & Beam Vintage-Look Octagon Mirror, $62.99

·         30% off Rivet Modern Wood and Metal Hairpin Desk, $174

·         30% off Rivet Upholstered Orb Office Chair, $125

·         Over 25% off Rivet Mid-Century Tufted Sofa, $499

·         Over 40% off Stone & Beam Nailhead Bar Stools, $100 each

·         Over 30% off Rivet Franklin Shelf and USB Charging Station Floor Lamp, $109

Members can also shop products from AmazonBasics for up to 20 percent off now through July 15 – everything from bedding and bath sets to cookware and electronics accessories. Starting on Prime Day, additional AmazonBasics items will be up to 30 percent off or more. A sampling of deals running now and on Prime Day include:

·         35% off AmazonBasics Neoprene Dumbbells, $17.99

·         30% off AmazonBasics Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Cable, $9.79

·         25% off AmazonBasics Pre-Seasoned 12-Inch Cast Iron Skillet, $18.89

·         Over 25% off AmazonBasics High-Back Executive Chair, $79.99

·         Over 20% off AmazonBasics Dual Charging Station for Xbox One, $17.48

Everyday essentials: Prime members can stock up on a range of everyday essentials offered at 30 percent off, such as cleaning supplies from Presto! or kitchen and household staples from Solimo and AmazonFresh. Deals on select items are running now, with even more beginning on Prime Day.

·         30% off Wickedly Prime Nut Bars (Pack of 12), $8.32

·         30% off AmazonFresh Colombia 100% Arabica Ground Coffee (12 Ounce, Pack of 3), $12.38

·         30% off Amazon Elements Men’s One Daily Multivitamin (65 Tablets), $15.39

·         30% off Mama Bear Organic Baby Food Pouches (Pack of 12), $11.03

·         30% off Happy Belly Peanut Butter Plenty Trail Mix (44 Ounce), $11.19

·         30% off Presto! Flex-a-size Paper Towels (12 Count), $16.98

New From Amazon This Prime Day

In addition to exploring great deals, this Prime Day also features new items launched exclusively for Prime members for a limited time. From Amazon brands, this includes over 30 new products from Rivet and Stone & Beam, as well as new apparel from brands like Isle Bay Linens—a collection of crisp, warm-weather essentials for men, including linen shirts, shorts and trousers.

Growing Selection From Exclusive Brands

Amazon continues to add new, exclusive selection for customers to shop. Recently introduced items include home essentials like coffee, soap and sunscreen from Solimo, furniture for the bedroom, dining room and home office from Rivet and Stone & Beam, new dresses and women’s pants from Lark & Ro, school uniforms for kids from Amazon Essentials, new Kid Nation hoodies and joggers, plus-size tops by Daily Ritual and plus-size leggings by Core10.

Every Day Made Better with Prime

Prime was designed to make your life better every single day. Over 100 million paid members around the world enjoy the many benefits of Prime, including shopping and entertainment. In the U.S. that includes unlimited access to award-winning movies and TV episodes with Prime Video; unlimited access to Prime Music, Audible Channels for Prime, Prime Reading, Prime Photos, Twitch Prime; early access to select Lightning Deals, one free pre-released book a month with Amazon First Reads, and more. Prime members can also get deep discounts on select best-selling foods at Whole Foods Market plus an additional 10 percent off hundreds of sale items. Prime was built on the foundation of unlimited fast, free shipping and members receive Prime FREE One-Day Shipping and Prime FREE Same-Day Delivery in more than 8,000 cities and towns, two-hour delivery with Prime Now in more than 30 major cities and unlimited Free Two-Day Shipping on more than 100 million items. Start a free trial of Amazon Prime at amazon.com/prime.



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Posted Jul 5, 2018 - 7:18 am

Amazon Unboxes Deals Across Exclusive Brands Ahead of Prime Day 2018

Now through July 17, Prime members can shop the lowest prices on products from brands exclusively available on Amazon, including Stone & Beam, Rivet, Presto!, Wickedly Prime, Solimo, Goodthreads, Daily Ritual, AmazonBasics and others

SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul. 5, 2018-- Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced its top Prime Day deals across a range of private label selection, including products from Stone & Beam, Rivet, Presto!, Wickedly Prime, Solimo, Goodthreads, Daily Ritual, AmazonBasics and others. From apparel and accessories to furniture, home décor and more, Prime members can shop the lowest prices on a wide assortment of high quality products available exclusively to Amazon customers. Shop epic deals running now – a full 11 days ahead of Prime Day – with additional deals debuting on July 16 at 12pm PT/3pm ET. Not a member yet? Anyone can join Prime or start a 30-day free trial at amazon.com/primeday to participate in Prime Day.

“Whether customers are starting a family, decorating their homes, stocking up on essentials or gearing up for the back-to-school season,Amazon offers exclusive selection for a variety of life stages and occasions, and Prime members can shop those items at an even greater value this Prime Day,” said Sarah Wood, Vice President of Amazon Private Brands. “We are thrilled to add our growing selection of high quality private label items to Prime Day’s epic day of deals and offer the lowest prices across products from our brands.”

Lowest Prices Across Our Brands

Great deals are running now on products such as apparel, furniture and kitchen essentials, with more deals on additional selection coming over the next 11 days. Following is a sampling of deals that are available at various times between now and Prime Day (and a half), while supplies last.

Apparel and accessories: Beginning July 9, members can shop seven days of deals on private label clothing and accessories leading up to Prime Day. From Core10—a line of premium active wear designed for women to look, feel and perform their best—to Goodthreads, a collection of men’s stylish wear-everywhere clothing—Prime members will find a range of exclusive apparel on sale this year.

Lead-up deals include up to 40 percent off premium active wear, up to 40 percent off women’s fashion, up to 50 percent off kids and baby apparel, and more. Starting on Prime Day, members can find even deeper discounts on additional selection with up to 50 percent off apparel for men, women and kids. Featured items that will be on sale include:

·         30% off Moon and Back Baby Infant 4-Piece Organic Gift Set, $17.49

·         30% off Spotted Zebra Girls' Tutu Tank Dress and Skirt Set, $18.20

·         30% off Amazon Essentials Boys' Performance Polo (Pack of 2), $12.60

·         30% off Amazon Essentials Men's Long-Sleeve Gingham Shirt, $12.60

·         30% off Goodthreads 5-Pocket Chino Pant, $21

·         30% off Daily Ritual Super Soft Modal Pocket Tank Top, $12.60

·         45% off Daily Ritual Women’s Jersey Short-Sleeve V-Neck T-Shirt Dress, $9.99

·         30% off Lark & Ro Women’s Cap Sleeve Wrap Dress, $31.50

·         40% off Core10 Women’s Onstride Run Legging, $41.40

·         60% off Obsidian Polarized Aviator Sunglasses, $35.60

Home furnishings, electronics and more: Now through July 15, members can shop furniture and décor from Rivet and Stone & Beam for up to 25 percent off – and, beginning on Prime Day, a variety of additional products for up to 30 percent off or more.

Designed with small spaces in mind, Rivet offers stylish and versatile mid-century modern furniture and décor that provides apartment dwellers and homeowners with the ability to make a big impact in their space at a great price. Stone & Beam caters to the style, comfort and durability needs of today’s modern family, and features sturdy pieces crafted with performance and stain-resistant fabrics to endure the test of time while creating a sophisticated look in any modern household. Prime members will find deals on a range of products, including:

·         25% off Stone & Beam Bradbury Chesterfield Modern Sofa, $1,085

·         30% off Stone & Beam Washed Linen Stripe Duvet Cover Set (Full/Queen), $105

·         30% off Stone & Beam Vintage-Look Octagon Mirror, $62.99

·         30% off Rivet Modern Wood and Metal Hairpin Desk, $174

·         30% off Rivet Upholstered Orb Office Chair, $125

·         Over 25% off Rivet Mid-Century Tufted Sofa, $499

·         Over 40% off Stone & Beam Nailhead Bar Stools, $100 each

·         Over 30% off Rivet Franklin Shelf and USB Charging Station Floor Lamp, $109

Members can also shop products from AmazonBasics for up to 20 percent off now through July 15 – everything from bedding and bath sets to cookware and electronics accessories. Starting on Prime Day, additional AmazonBasics items will be up to 30 percent off or more. A sampling of deals running now and on Prime Day include:

·         35% off AmazonBasics Neoprene Dumbbells, $17.99

·         30% off AmazonBasics Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Cable, $9.79

·         25% off AmazonBasics Pre-Seasoned 12-Inch Cast Iron Skillet, $18.89

·         Over 25% off AmazonBasics High-Back Executive Chair, $79.99

·         Over 20% off AmazonBasics Dual Charging Station for Xbox One, $17.48

Everyday essentials: Prime members can stock up on a range of everyday essentials offered at 30 percent off, such as cleaning supplies from Presto! or kitchen and household staples from Solimo and AmazonFresh. Deals on select items are running now, with even more beginning on Prime Day.

·         30% off Wickedly Prime Nut Bars (Pack of 12), $8.32

·         30% off AmazonFresh Colombia 100% Arabica Ground Coffee (12 Ounce, Pack of 3), $12.38

·         30% off Amazon Elements Men’s One Daily Multivitamin (65 Tablets), $15.39

·         30% off Mama Bear Organic Baby Food Pouches (Pack of 12), $11.03

·         30% off Happy Belly Peanut Butter Plenty Trail Mix (44 Ounce), $11.19

·         30% off Presto! Flex-a-size Paper Towels (12 Count), $16.98

New From Amazon This Prime Day

In addition to exploring great deals, this Prime Day also features new items launched exclusively for Prime members for a limited time. From Amazon brands, this includes over 30 new products from Rivet and Stone & Beam, as well as new apparel from brands like Isle Bay Linens—a collection of crisp, warm-weather essentials for men, including linen shirts, shorts and trousers.

Growing Selection From Exclusive Brands

Amazon continues to add new, exclusive selection for customers to shop. Recently introduced items include home essentials like coffee, soap and sunscreen from Solimo, furniture for the bedroom, dining room and home office from Rivet and Stone & Beam, new dresses and women’s pants from Lark & Ro, school uniforms for kids from Amazon Essentials, new Kid Nation hoodies and joggers, plus-size tops by Daily Ritual and plus-size leggings by Core10.

Every Day Made Better with Prime

Prime was designed to make your life better every single day. Over 100 million paid members around the world enjoy the many benefits of Prime, including shopping and entertainment. In the U.S. that includes unlimited access to award-winning movies and TV episodes with Prime Video; unlimited access to Prime Music, Audible Channels for Prime, Prime Reading, Prime Photos, Twitch Prime; early access to select Lightning Deals, one free pre-released book a month with Amazon First Reads, and more. Prime members can also get deep discounts on select best-selling foods at Whole Foods Market plus an additional 10 percent off hundreds of sale items. Prime was built on the foundation of unlimited fast, free shipping and members receive Prime FREE One-Day Shipping and Prime FREE Same-Day Delivery in more than 8,000 cities and towns, two-hour delivery with Prime Now in more than 30 major cities and unlimited Free Two-Day Shipping on more than 100 million items. Start a free trial of Amazon Prime at amazon.com/prime.

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Posted Jul 11, 2018 - 7:26 pm

!!!

 

If you spend at least $10 at Whole Foods leading up to Prime Day, you get $10 to spend on Prime Day! (you will obviously need to be signed in via the WF app and scan it at the register.)


GO BRUINS!


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Posted Jul 12, 2018 - 6:24 am

We're starting to get sent the lists of deals for Prime Day (that we can't post sadly) but there are going to be some nice deals again this year.

 

Also seems like a lot more other retailers are going to compete with Amazon. If this continues we could end up with a true summer Black Friday in a few years, at least online.



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Posted Jul 12, 2018 - 7:38 am

Hoping for a great price cut on the Echo Spot! If not I’ll wait until BF frenzy.

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Posted Jul 12, 2018 - 9:34 am

My 7 year old grandson has decided he wants an "Alexa" for his room so he can listen to music when he goes to bed (I honestly don't think he knows what a radio is, lol). I think I will try to pick up a dot for him, just not sure if the kids' version is worth the extra money or if I just get the regular dot. I don't worry about him buying things through it, he wouldn't know that's even a possibility. That said, if the kids' version gets marked down enough on Prime Day I will probably pick it up.

 

**I just spent some time reading the reviews for the kids' version, and I think I won't even worry about it. I'll just get him the regular dot and be done.  I feel quite sure all of the Echo devices will be special priced on Prime Day.


Edited by Bopeep, Jul 12, 2018 - 10:37 am.


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Posted Jul 12, 2018 - 11:22 am

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Limited time offer while supplies last and subject to credit approval. Get a total of 10% or more back on select item purchases shipped and sold by Amazon.com and made using your Amazon Prime Store Card. Offer is comprised of the standard 5% back offered to Amazon Prime Store Cardmembers, plus an additional 5% or more back bonus. Offer only applies to eligible items charged to the Amazon Prime Store Card. Items fully or partially paid by another payment form including but not limited to gift cards and rewards points may not receive the percentage back bonus. Offer may not be combined with any Special Financing or Equal Pay offer. Offer does not apply if you select a Special Financing or Equal Pay offer to apply during checkout. Offer only applies to the portion of net qualifying purchases (purchases less returns and other credits) of eligible items paid for with an Amazon Prime Store Card at Amazon.com. Offer does not apply to shipping charges, taxes or other fees associated with the purchase of an eligible product. Please allow up to two billing cycles (a) for your earned rewards points to be credited to your Amazon.com Store Card or Amazon Prime Store Card account and (B) if you elect to redeem your rewards points as a statement credit, for such statement credit to be applied to your Amazon.com Store Card or Amazon Prime Store Card account. Offer is non-transferable and may not be resold. If any products related to this offer are returned, your refund will equal the amount you paid for the product, subject to applicable refund policies. If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid. Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time.

 

Reading this, do you think the additional 5% will be on every Prime Day sale, or only select items?  Do you think those items will be noted on the sale page?



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Posted Jul 17, 2018 - 8:03 am

Pro Tip:  When you're scrolling through the upcoming deals and want more info on an item DON'T OPEN THE ITEM IN THAT WINDOW! When you hit the back button, it does not take you back to where you were. Right click, and open link in a new window.  You'd think I'd learn, but I've wanted to kick myself 2 or 3 times already this morning. :gdcensored:



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Posted Jul 17, 2018 - 1:23 pm

If you were able to combine the Prime Day deals with the Amex 20% back promo.... those were some pretty amazing deals the last 2 days. Hope that promo comes back for BF week.



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Posted Jul 18, 2018 - 6:01 am

Pro Tip:  When you're scrolling through the upcoming deals and want more info on an item DON'T OPEN THE ITEM IN THAT WINDOW! When you hit the back button, it does not take you back to where you were. Right click, and open link in a new window.  You'd think I'd learn, but I've wanted to kick myself 2 or 3 times already this morning. :gdcensored:

 

LOL!  I had the same problem!  Their "glitch" was hilariously reminiscent of the Black Friday website glitches we suffer through every year!  But I managed to get a few things during the day.  Got the Echo Spot in the wee hours of the morning before the glitch even happened since I have to get up before the chickens to go to work.  That was my main thing so all the rest were not important but nice to get anyway.  



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Posted Jul 18, 2018 - 6:27 am

I made a pretty good start on my Christmas list yesterday. I missed out on a couple really good deals and I'm still kind of sad about those, lol. The best deal I missed was a bottle of vanilla, of all things :).



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Posted Jul 18, 2018 - 6:40 am

If you were able to combine the Prime Day deals with the Amex 20% back promo.... those were some pretty amazing deals the last 2 days. Hope that promo comes back for BF week.

DARNIT I didn't pay attention to that one. I did enjoy 10% at Whole Foods last week with the Amazon Prime card.


GO BRUINS!


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Posted Jul 18, 2018 - 7:00 am

If you were able to combine the Prime Day deals with the Amex 20% back promo.... those were some pretty amazing deals the last 2 days. Hope that promo comes back for BF week.

 

 

DARNIT I didn't pay attention to that one. I did enjoy 10% at Whole Foods last week with the Amazon Prime card.

 

Darn, I missed that, too, but I didn't spend all that much.



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Posted Jul 18, 2018 - 12:34 pm

I spent a whopping $8 on myself. The best deals seemed to be on amazon devices and electronics but I wasn’t in the market for either this time.


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Posted Jul 18, 2018 - 1:55 pm

I made a pretty good start on my Christmas list yesterday. I missed out on a couple really good deals and I'm still kind of sad about those, lol. The best deal I missed was a bottle of vanilla, of all things :).


Darn! I would have liked that too!

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Posted Jul 19, 2018 - 6:27 am

Darn! I would have liked that too!

It was a 16 ounce bottle of McCormick's pure vanilla, and the sale price was like $16! I had stepped away from my desk for just a minute, but of course it got snatched up immediately. :/



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Posted Jul 19, 2018 - 7:11 am

Got a Kindle for my son for his birthday, some smart plugs and the veggie spiralizer that I've had my eye on. (PS. Send recipes please!)

 

I was hoping to get a huge jump on some Christmas gifts, but my husband vetoed the 3 foot tall Batman for $48 that I wanted to get my 5yo. 


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Posted Jul 24, 2018 - 12:35 pm

We had nothing but issues with their site and trying to order stuff. I had something in my cart (the Instantpot 6qt 7in1) and I couldn't check out site kept crapping out. So I went on later that night to try again and ordered something else as well. Well lo and behold it's no longer in stock. Funny thing is after the PRIME day stuff ended it was back in stock from Amazon again and at the full price. That coupled with the massive shipping issues we've had from Amazon lately are starting to make me rethink having prime. To me if you're out of stock you should all the sudden have more stock once the sale is over.



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Posted Jul 25, 2018 - 5:50 am

We had nothing but issues with their site and trying to order stuff. I had something in my cart (the Instantpot 6qt 7in1) and I couldn't check out site kept crapping out. So I went on later that night to try again and ordered something else as well. Well lo and behold it's no longer in stock. Funny thing is after the PRIME day stuff ended it was back in stock from Amazon again and at the full price. That coupled with the massive shipping issues we've had from Amazon lately are starting to make me rethink having prime. To me if you're out of stock you should all the sudden have more stock once the sale is over.

 

 we were having shipping issues with Amazon too.. Started late May..ended up throwing a fit because even though we had prime everything was taking 6-7 days for delivery.. they ended up refunding my prime but still keeping it active( so essentially the year is free).. and low and behold after I griped and made a big deal about it our delivery times returned to normal. we noticed that this did not affect the larger markets where ALL of the Prime perks are available, just those NOT buy a larger city.When I told them this was essentially illegal (charging same for different levels of service) they were pretty quick to back down. I have to wonder if they were "testing" the market to see if they would get push back from those affected. Well with me they lost the bet.



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Posted Jul 25, 2018 - 5:51 am

We had nothing but issues with their site and trying to order stuff. I had something in my cart (the Instantpot 6qt 7in1) and I couldn't check out site kept crapping out. So I went on later that night to try again and ordered something else as well. Well lo and behold it's no longer in stock. Funny thing is after the PRIME day stuff ended it was back in stock from Amazon again and at the full price. That coupled with the massive shipping issues we've had from Amazon lately are starting to make me rethink having prime. To me if you're out of stock you should all the sudden have more stock once the sale is over.


I’ve already decided I’m not renewing my Prime. I never get Sunday deliveries by the USPS when Amazon guarantees the item will arrive by then. Not that anything I ordered 4is imperative to have on Sunday but it’s the principle. If the USPS refuses to deliver for them on Sunday in my area then don’t guarantee it will arrive on Sunday.

And too bad you weren’t able to get the Instant Pot. That was a heck of a deal IMO. I love mine, use it nearly everyday for something. Everything is not meant to be cooked in them but it sure makes a mean pot roast and ribs.

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Posted Jul 30, 2018 - 6:55 am

I’ve already decided I’m not renewing my Prime. I never get Sunday deliveries by the USPS when Amazon guarantees the item will arrive by then. Not that anything I ordered 4is imperative to have on Sunday but it’s the principle. If the USPS refuses to deliver for them on Sunday in my area then don’t guarantee it will arrive on Sunday.

And too bad you weren’t able to get the Instant Pot. That was a heck of a deal IMO. I love mine, use it nearly everyday for something. Everything is not meant to be cooked in them but it sure makes a mean pot roast and ribs.

I've thought about complaining about it, I may still do it if for nothing else to let them know that they way they are choosing to do things is going to cost them customers. Too many places out there to get things to put up with this type of stuff.


 we were having shipping issues with Amazon too.. Started late May..ended up throwing a fit because even though we had prime everything was taking 6-7 days for delivery.. they ended up refunding my prime but still keeping it active( so essentially the year is free).. and low and behold after I griped and made a big deal about it our delivery times returned to normal. we noticed that this did not affect the larger markets where ALL of the Prime perks are available, just those NOT buy a larger city.When I told them this was essentially illegal (charging same for different levels of service) they were pretty quick to back down. I have to wonder if they were "testing" the market to see if they would get push back from those affected. Well with me they lost the bet.

Ya it's a joke why say something will be to me on a certain day when you know it won't, they may not control all delivery services but you know if they threw their muscle around it would change.



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Posted Jul 30, 2018 - 10:07 am

So I decided I would complain about the InstantPot, didn't think they would care or do anything. I was pleasantly surprised though. They had me purchase it at the price it is now ($100) and are refunding me the difference between that and the Prime Day price. So I get it after all and only pay the price I was trying to pay then.






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