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Old 01-30-2015, 07:51 AM   #121
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40 million prime members? That's insane!
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Reported earnings today. A lot of people signing up for Prime (despite price increase from $79 to $99), with more room to grow.

Amazon Delivers Bigger-Than-Expected Profit - WSJ
I totally agree with that statement about spending more money. Since we've been PRIME members (not even a week) I've already placed 3 orders. That's more then I did all last year!
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I love Prime too.

Getting a new SSD for my laptop delivered to work and an external 1TB hard drive, going to swap it over while I'm here, haha.
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Funny enough I'm actually leaning towards canceling it when the trial ends. All the two day stuff comes signature required where the regular stuff didn't. So now I have to go to the PO to pick everything up which defeats the purpose. If I wanted to leave my house I'd just go shopping at the store(s)!
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Funny enough I'm actually leaning towards canceling it when the trial ends. All the two day stuff comes signature required where the regular stuff didn't. So now I have to go to the PO to pick everything up which defeats the purpose. If I wanted to leave my house I'd just go shopping at the store(s)!
I have only had one or two packages require signature in the 10 yrs or so I've had prime. Had that was because of the $$$$ of the item. Sounds like something with your local PO, not Amazon.
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I've never had a prime 2 day require a signature.

Hell I just had a california king mattress delivered and they just left it on the porch. Lol
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I'm guessing you had something that particularly needed to be signed. I've never had to sign any package unless it was either a legal document or my iPhone.
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They were just a 6-pack of air filters (for our HVAC system which requires a size not normally stocked in box stores). Think it was like $35. Strange it needs a signature.

Good to know it's not normal though. We'll see how these other orders get delivered...
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I've never had a signature required either unless it was over a certain amount, and I think it depends on who the carrier is. I want to say it's around $300 or so.

My Nikon DSLR needed a signature but I don't recall much else needing one.
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I've never had a prime 2 day require a signature.

Hell I just had a california king mattress delivered and they just left it on the porch. Lol
Delivery people, USPS, and UPS don't even seem to ring the bell any more, let alone ask for a signature.
I've been at home during the day several times and boxes would just show up on the doorstep. Several times I saw delivery people walking away as I went to investigate a single knock on the door, only to find a box in front of the door.
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one thing Prime has enabled me to do is just order as needed instead of piling things up into $25 min orders...
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I've never had a prime 2 day require a signature.

Hell I just had a california king mattress delivered and they just left it on the porch. Lol
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I've never had a prime 2 day require a signature.

Hell I just had a California king mattress delivered and they just left it on the porch. Lol
maybe it was a hint? Ask your SO if they are feeling adventurous...
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Weird thing just happened with an amazon order that I have not seen before.

I ordered a few items on the 28th that got close to the "free shipping on orders over $35" limit, so I added a small item to get over the limit and qualify. I was told to expect delivery between 2/4 and 2/7. As of this morning, ALL items were in stock but the order had not even been assembled for shipping. I live in a town with a fulfillment center nearby, so fast shipping is not unheard of, but I have NEVER seen an order simply sit for 4 days for no reason other than a slow shipping method was chosen. I chatted with a rep who had no explanation other than "it will be there between 2/4 and 2/7" but upon further discussion upgraded the shipping to 2/4 delivery.

It seems weird to me that they would just sit on the items rather than ship when ready, albeit at a slow delivery rate...
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Weird thing just happened with an amazon order that I have not seen before.

I ordered a few items on the 28th that got close to the "free shipping on orders over $35" limit, so I added a small item to get over the limit and qualify. I was told to expect delivery between 2/4 and 2/7. As of this morning, ALL items were in stock but the order had not even been assembled for shipping. I live in a town with a fulfillment center nearby, so fast shipping is not unheard of, but I have NEVER seen an order simply sit for 4 days for no reason other than a slow shipping method was chosen. I chatted with a rep who had no explanation other than "it will be there between 2/4 and 2/7" but upon further discussion upgraded the shipping to 2/4 delivery.

It seems weird to me that they would just sit on the items rather than ship when ready, albeit at a slow delivery rate...
Maybe they are buried behind a bunch of Seahawks Super Bowl Champion merchandise.
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Weird thing just happened with an amazon order that I have not seen before.

I ordered a few items on the 28th that got close to the "free shipping on orders over $35" limit, so I added a small item to get over the limit and qualify. I was told to expect delivery between 2/4 and 2/7. As of this morning, ALL items were in stock but the order had not even been assembled for shipping. I live in a town with a fulfillment center nearby, so fast shipping is not unheard of, but I have NEVER seen an order simply sit for 4 days for no reason other than a slow shipping method was chosen. I chatted with a rep who had no explanation other than "it will be there between 2/4 and 2/7" but upon further discussion upgraded the shipping to 2/4 delivery.

It seems weird to me that they would just sit on the items rather than ship when ready, albeit at a slow delivery rate...
Not weird at all, that is normal practice for the free shipping over the $35 limit. It applies to their processing of the orders as well.

It's one of the reason I went to prime 10 yrs ago.
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Maybe they are buried behind a bunch of Seahawks Super Bowl Champion merchandise.
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Not weird at all, that is normal practice for the free shipping over the $35 limit. It applies to their processing of the orders as well.

It's one of the reason I went to prime 10 yrs ago.
OK, just never seen that before... Thanks.
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They were just a 6-pack of air filters (for our HVAC system which requires a size not normally stocked in box stores). Think it was like $35. Strange it needs a signature.

Good to know it's not normal though. We'll see how these other orders get delivered...
Last two were left in the mailbox b/c they were smaller. Other odd thing is that they were delivered yesterday by USPS... on a Sunday!
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but I have NEVER seen an order simply sit for 4 days for no reason other than a slow shipping method was chosen.
This pretty much happened the same day that they introduced Prime. Free shipping items can sit in the warehouse for days. Before Prime the free stuff used it go out same day.
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This pretty much happened the same day that they introduced Prime. Free shipping items can sit in the warehouse for days. Before Prime the free stuff used it go out same day.
What's strange is that I order a bunch of individual stuff listed as "free shipping" (some from outside vendors fulfilled by amazon and some directly from amazon) and is usually ships for me within 24 hours. This was the first time I used the "Free shipping on orders over $35" and it sucked monkey rectum.
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Holy hell, I get to see how Amazon "Same Day Delivery" works...

One of the items I ordered was suddenly delayed, etc. so I called Amazon and talked to the VERY helpful CS agent who suggested I cancel the order from the third party that was having trouble being fulfilled and re-order from Amazon directly for a little more $ and he would waive the shipping and set it for the quickest delivery possible.

Turns out same day delivery was available (there is a fulfillment center in Phoenix) so order placed at 9am, delivery stated for "by 9pm"...

Hopefully they send a drone to drop it off...
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Missed out on the Saturday $72 sale, if anyone sees another deal or promotion like that, please post it in here. Thanks
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Well, same day delivery worked. Mostly.

Package arrived around 8PM via delivery service.

Thing is, I had no idea. They literally threw the box into the front yard as they drove by.

It was in the yard next to the driveway, a good 40 feet from the front door...

Only because I noticed the tracking site stated delivered, I went in the front yard with a flashlight and lo and behold, there was the box tossed next to a bush in the yard...

Effing OnTrac delivery...
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Can you link same day delivery to send you a text so that you'll be notified when to grab a flashlight?
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Can you link same day delivery to send you a text so that you'll be notified when to grab a fleshlight?
He always has one handy
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Can you link same day delivery to send you a text so that you'll be notified when to grab a fleshlight?
Not sure if "updates via text" were available, but they may have been...

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How's local delivery. Miami and Baltimore got it today but of course it missed both my home and work zips
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Amazon's going to start testing drone deliveries. Got FAA okay.


Amazon Gets OK to Test Drones Outdoors - WSJ

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Amazon.com Inc. received clearance to test drones outdoors, a small victory in its effort to develop unmanned vehicles for 30-minute package delivery.

The Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday said Amazon could test its drones in open spaces, though only during the day, no more than 400 feet up and within the pilot’s site. The “experimental airworthiness certificate” will help Amazon test the drones in more real-world conditions than an enclosed laboratory.

Amazon hopes to use unmanned vehicles to make deliveries in a half-hour to sites within 10 miles of a warehouse. But it has been dogged by FAA rules that limit how it can test the devices, forcing Amazon to work primarily indoors.

Under the new drone authority, the FAA will require Amazon to report monthly on the number of flights it has conducted, software malfunctions and other data, all common requirements with airworthiness certificates.

Last month, the FAA issued proposed rules that would restrict companies from allowing drones to operate out of their sight, putting on ice for the foreseeable future any commercial applications such as those proposed by Amazon and others, including Google Inc.

Amazon and the FAA didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment on the agency’s green light.

Separately, Amazon said it has expanded one-hour delivery outside of New York City, portending a broader rollout of the service and marking its latest move against brick-and-mortar rivals.

Prime Now, as the one-hour service is known, is available in some areas of Miami and Baltimore, Amazon said Thursday. Customers—who must be members of Amazon’s $99-a-year Prime program—can get everyday goods in under an hour for $7.99 per order, or with no delivery fee if they can wait two hours or more. The company said tens of thousands of products are eligible for the speedy delivery.

As for Prime Now, Amazon introduced the service in December, dispatching contracted bicycle messengers from a logistics center near the Empire State Building in midtown Manhattan. That service now reaches all of Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn.

The Seattle-based company is taking a different tack for Prime Now in Baltimore and Miami, using existing Amazon warehouses as dispatch points for couriers in cars, according to a spokeswoman.

That means Amazon could bring one-hour delivery to a wider swath of the country, including areas such as Indianapolis and Las Vegas.

That would present a challenge to physical retailers that don’t have their own delivery services, relying instead on startups like Deliv Inc. and Postmates Inc. to make same-day drop-offs for them. The most immediate threat, perhaps, is to drugstores, which sell a lot of everyday essentials like toothpaste, deodorant and shaving cream—all products featured prominently in Amazon’s Prime Now app.

Dave Clark, Amazon’s senior vice president of world-wide operations, made the company’s goal clear. “It means you can skip a trip to the store and get the items you need delivered right to your door,” he said in a statement.

Prime Now also solidifies Amazon’s hold on members of its $99-per-year Prime unlimited-delivery program. Those customers, who already buy twice as much from Amazon as non-Prime customers by some estimates, would have one less reason to seek out goods from competitors, rather than buy them from Amazon.
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I wish they delivered groceries too especially meat. I'd drop my Costco quick.
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Unbroken is for rent on Prime for 0.99 in HD / SD (same price).. you can add it now and have 30 days to start watching it. I just watched it, I liked it a lot.
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I bought a Firestick when it was first released.
Worked flawlessly on my t.v.

for some reason, i kept on getting HDMI handshake issues. "HDCP error"
i figured my HDMI port went out and switched ports.
a couple weeks later, it started doing the same thing on ALL HDMI ports.
after some trouble shooting, using physical media, other streaming settop boxes, i concluded that my HDMI ports are still good.
My TV is HDCP compliant.

after a call to their service dept. they said that for older Sony TV's, the movie studios are restricting content.

BULLSHIT! my ps3 streams amazon content just fine to my Sony Bravia KDL-40W4000

amazon is restricting content, for some odd reason through its firestick...
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