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Old 04-22-2015, 09:58 AM   #161
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So I guess the GF and I are going to have to have our own Prime accounts for our renewal in September. Amazon is changing up the Prime membership to be more like Kindle household, where you have up to two adults and 4 kids in a "family". I guess it wouldn't be too big of a deal except that credit card info is shared with all members of a family, making it less attractive for sharing with friends.

Amazon Quietly Limits the Way Prime Customers Can Share Benefits With Household Members - ABC News
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Old 08-05-2015, 11:27 AM   #164
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Smart move.

Making the changes before they start streaming the new Clarkson, May, Hammond car show next year.

Unless people are willing to share account passwords, this will result in millions of new Amazon Prime subscriptions.
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Prime to live. Live to Prime.

They say that people who have brain surgery tend to go on spending sprees after they make it out alive. They say you should take their debit and credit cards away. I'm here to say that is true. Since my surgery I have received 30 items via Prime (honestly though most of them have been practical stuff we've been needing not just impulse buys of "stuff"). Outside of Prime I've bought a new snowboard, new bindings and a new bluetooth snowboarding helmet. So I guess it's true. All true.

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Prime to live. Live to Prime.

They say that people who have brain surgery tend to go on spending sprees after they make it out alive. They say you should take their debit and credit cards away. I'm here to say that is true. Since my surgery I have received 30 items via Prime (honestly though most of them have been practical stuff we've been needing not just impulse buys of "stuff"). Outside of Prime I've bought a new snowboard, new bindings and a new bluetooth snowboarding helmet. So I guess it's true. All true.
Good. Enjoy life!

I often wonder at the sense of "living" people who have had life altering experiences must feel after surviving. The knowledge that the end exists is known to us all, but for some it it made more tangible, and thus a greater sense of being alive and treasuring every moment.

I hope the new snowboarding gear brings you great joy when you get to use it.
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interesting with the choice of using Jeremy Clarkson
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For those who don't have Amazon Prime...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/amazo...173555824.html

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Amazon is knocking down Prime's price by $26 this weekend

Amazon plans to celebrate its Golden Globe win for its original series "Mozart in the Jungle" by giving out a big, one-weekend-only discount.

Friday through Sunday, Amazon's shopping club, Prime, will cost $73, down $26 from its usual $99 annual price tag. ($73, because this was the 73rd annual Golden Globes.)

Both seasons of the comedy "Mozart in the Jungle" will also be available for free streaming.

The Prime membership gives customers two-day, free shipping on tens of millions of items, as well as access to tens of thousands of free TV shows, movies, music, and books. It includes unlimited cloud storage for photos, too.

The sale starts Friday at 9:00 p.m. PT and ends at 11:59 p.m. PT on Sunday, and you can sign up here --> http://www.amazon.com/MozartPrime
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Can i tack on another year to my current membership?
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hmmm I just cancelled my prime trial, if this extends to Canada I'll jump on it.
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Old 02-23-2016, 05:10 PM   #173
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Amazon Boosts Free-Shipping Minimum to $49, Elevating Prime Service - Digits - WSJ

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Amazon Boosts Free-Shipping Minimum to $49, Elevating Prime Service

Amazon.com Inc. really wants its customers to sign up for a Prime membership.

In case there was any doubt, the Seattle retailer has raised the minimum order size for free shipping for its regular customers by 40% to $49. In October 2013, Amazon boosted the threshold to $35 after holding the line at $25 for at least a decade.

It puts Amazon.com in line with its Quidsi division, which also requires a $49 minimum order for free shipping, as well as Wal-Mart’s $50 threshold. Competitor Jet.com Inc. requires a $35 basket while Target’s is $25.

Amazon didn’t offer much of an explanation, saying in a statement that “from time to time, we review our shipping options.”

But the move highlights how much Amazon covets Prime members, customers who pay $99 a year in exchange for unlimited two-day shipping on many items, as well as a streaming movie and music service. By some estimates, Prime customers spend about double what non-members do over the course of a year.

The Prime fee alone could account for between $4 billion and nearly $6 billion in revenue annually, according to estimates in the range of 40 million to 60 million members. And being loyal, Prime members are important too because Amazon has to spend less to market to and retain them.

Amazon also is likely working to contain shipping costs that have ballooned in recent years. Those expenses jumped 37% to $4.17 billion in last year’s fourth quarter. As a percentage of sales, shipping costs rose to 12.5% in last year’s fourth quarter from 10.9% a year earlier.

The company lowered the free-shipping threshold for some book orders to $25, though it isn’t clear which books qualify.
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Read about this yesterday. Ever since I decided to get Prime and prime now I've noticed I've been spending way more money with Amazon these past couple of months.

1-3 hours for Prime Now
1-2 days with prime
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Old 02-24-2016, 06:17 AM   #175
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Damn. My buying from Amazon has dropped less and less.
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Good, time to price out the riff raff
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Read about this yesterday. Ever since I decided to get Prime and prime now I've noticed I've been spending way more money with Amazon these past couple of months.

1-3 hours for Prime Now
1-2 days with prime
Same.. Have had prime for a good 8 years now... Fuck they got us hook line and sinker ...
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Shieeeetttt first they started with their own trucks, now plane? They're going to change the entire logistics game... Take a lot of work from USPS, UPS and shitty ass Ontrac...

I'm impressed , take out the middleman, more profits.
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yea seems like the middleman is already costing them a lot of profit...
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Old 03-10-2016, 01:00 PM   #181
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Shieeeetttt first they started with their own trucks, now plane? They're going to change the entire logistics game... Take a lot of work from USPS, UPS and shitty ass Ontrac...

I'm impressed , take out the middleman, more profits.
pretty crazy. They already initiated Sunday delivery for the USPS, I thought that was big in itself
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Old 03-15-2016, 01:07 PM   #182
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Makes sense, look what they did with the online data and hosted server business model.
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Have I mentioned that I love AWS?
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FedEx not expecting to see any material impact this fiscal year from Amazon cargo shipping plans. They even raised full year EPS guidance to between $10.70 and $10.90 vs analysts estimates of $10.56 per share.

Will fiscal 2017 numbers be affected?

FedEx Q3 earnings results

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FedEx posted quarterly earnings and revenue Wednesday that easily topped analysts' expectations.

The shipping giant reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of $2.51 per share, adjusted, on $12.7 billion in revenue. Profit rose from $2.03 per share in the previous year, while sales climbed from $11.7 billion.

Analysts expected FedEx to report earnings of $2.34 per share on $12.38 billion in revenue, according to a consensus estimate from Thomson Reuters.

"Our strong financial performance was driven by increasing demand for our broad portfolio of FedEx business solutions which helped increase revenue and adjusted profit for the corporation," said CEO Frederick Smith in a statement.

The company also raised the low end of its full-year earnings forecast. It now expects adjusted earnings of $10.70 to $10.90 per share, versus a previous estimate of $10.40 to $10.90 per share. In a statement, CFO Alan Graf Jr. said the company estimates adjusted 2016 earnings will rise 20 to 22 percent from the previous year.

FedEx said fuel cost and exchange rate trends helped business in its third quarter.

Wall Street has monitored trends in the delivery giant's freight business, including any possible negative effects from Amazon.com rolling out its own air fleet.

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Same day delivery now available to my zip code. It's getting hard to ignore the siren call.
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Amazon Ups the Ante on Streaming Video, Challenging Netflix - WSJ

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Prime membership will be offered monthly for the first time to all U.S. customers for $10.99

Amazon.com Inc. is firing a shot across the bow of Netflix Inc. by attempting to become a primary destination for streaming video.

The Seattle online retailer said Sunday it will begin offering its video-streaming service as a stand-alone option for the first time. A monthly subscription will cost $8.99, a dollar less than the most popular plan from Netflix.

The move pits the Seattle online retailer more directly against Netflix, which also happens to be one of the biggest customers of Amazon’s cloud-computing services. For years, the two have worked to one-up each other with exclusive content deals and original series like Netflix’s “House of Cards” and Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle.”

Amazon has been offering its video service as a perk for subscribers of its $99 annual Prime shipping service. Prime membership also will be offered monthly for the first time to all U.S. customers for $10.99, Amazon said Sunday.

An Amazon spokeswoman said the new monthly option could be turned off or on as customers wished, a possible benefit for shoppers during the busy holiday season.


Amazon Prime Video competes with Netflix, Hulu
  • Amazon Prime Video
    Price: $8.99 a month.
    Benefits: Downloads for offline viewing; free use on JetBlue flights.
    Exclusive shows: Transparent; Mozart in the Jungle; The Man in the High Castle.
  • Netflix
    Price: $7.99-$11.99 month.
    Benefits: Viewing on multiple screens at same time; global access to some shows.
    Exclusive shows: House of Cards; Orange Is the New Black; Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
  • Hulu
    Price: $7.99-$11.99 a month.
    Benefits: Many current network TV shows available within days of broadcast.
    Exclusive shows: Casual; The Mindy Project; Seinfeld.

The move to offer a stand-alone video service suggests Amazon is confident it has the robust programming needed to go head-to-head with Netflix. Amazon has snapped up deals for HBO’s older content, as well as with premium TV network Epix, whose catalog includes “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and “World War Z.” More recently, Amazon has signed director Woody Allen for an exclusive TV series, and has become an aggressive buyer of independent movies, battling Netflix for film festival favorites.

The new $8.99-a-month pricing began Sunday in the U.S. Netflix plans range from $7.99 to $11.99 a month, though most customers pay $9.99 for more than one simultaneous stream per account. Hulu LLC’s basic streaming service is $7.99, with a commercial-free option of $11.99.

It raises the specter of customers buying a month of Prime around Black Friday to get all their Christmas shopping done with Amazon’s two-day shipping guarantees and, in some cities, same-day or same-hour options.

Highlighting its ruthlessly competitive streak, Amazon is rolling out the new streaming-video option on the eve of Netflix’s first-quarter earnings report Monday. Price increases to $9.99 from $7.99 for grandfathered customers of Los Gatos, Calif.-based Netflix take effect next month, two years after they were announced. Those customers could opt to continue paying $7.99, but would lose out on high-definition streaming and the ability to have two streams at once.
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Suprised they waited this long TBH.
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So I could pay $8.99 a month and not get free shipping? WTF?
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So I could pay $8.99 a month and not get free shipping? WTF?
It's good for those who don't shop much with Amazon, but want to watch one of their exclusive shows (e.g. Clarkson, Hammond, May) for a month or two and then cancel.
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Good point, I think I may do that with HBO Now. The only thing I want to watch on HBO is Game of Thrones. $15/month is pretty steep but if I can binge the whole season in a month it's worth it.
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If Amazon doesn't rescind the 'feature' where every product clicked opens up a new tab/window, I will punch Bezos in the vagina.
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Adding another 20 planes... and stake in logistics company. Amazon will probably buy them out at some point if things work out favorably.

FedEx down 3% on news.

Atlas Air shares fly high on Amazon deal announcement

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Shares of Atlas Air Worldwide rose nearly 30 percent Thursday after the company unveiled a new partnership with e-commerce giant Amazon.

The air logistics provider said it won a contract to provide support for Amazon's deliveries. The deal also lets Amazon buy a stake within the company of up to 20 percent at $37.50 a share over five years.

"Our agreements with Amazon to provide and to operate 20 Boeing 767-300 converted freighters, in support of the continuing expansion of Amazon's e-commerce business and to enhance its customer-delivery capabilities, are expected to be meaningfully accretive to our future earnings and cash flows.

We expect this service to begin in the second half of this year, become accretive starting in 2017, and scale up to full service and full accretive benefits through 2018," Atlas Air CEO William Flynn said in a statement.

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Don't know why FedEx is down...can't remember the last time I got anything from amazon via them. And most of Amazon's delivery system is local to a very large part of their customer base.
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If Amazon doesn't rescind the 'feature' where every product clicked opens up a new tab/window, I will punch Bezos in the vagina.
OMG I thought that was just me!!!!

Super annoying
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Stepped up my Prime game and got a Dash button. Not for anything fancy, but they had something we use regularly and always neglect to buy... so now I can Dash it. lol
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Whoa, never seen these before.

Pretty cool. I wish they had a customizable one that you associate with ANY product.

That reminds me, I need to order more DE razor blades...
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Whoa, never seen these before.

Pretty cool. I wish they had a customizable one that you associate with ANY product.

That reminds me, I need to order more DE razor blades...
We actually did it for Rid-X... so not as exciting as condoms.

But yeah, would be cool if you could customize them...
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