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By now everyone has heard of Amazon Prime, such as 2 day free delivery for all prime approved products and also their prime prime TV which offers a variety of shows, some called Amazon Originals that you cannot see anywhere else.
If you like online shopping (and I do) on amazon and TV watching, for the yearly price of about $80 (Canadian plan that I have, some are nearer to $120 yearly), you can get your money’s worth.
Just check out how much you pay for shipping and handling next time you purchase something on Amazon (especially something heavy) and see just how fast you recuperate your membership money! It won’t take long!
But are you aware of the many more benefits there are to be had when it comes to this prime membership?
Because we live in a society that dictates that you cannot
get quality from Dollar Stores.
Ask any right self-proclaimed yuppie if he shops his
eyeglasses at the Dollar Tree and he will outright laugh in your face.
Thing is reading glasses are a bit problematic since you don’t
wear them all the time.
You only wear them when you read and if you don’t have an
existing eye problem such as I have by having been near sighted all my life, then
you take these off and on, leaving more room for breakage and loss.
If you lose a pair of glasses that are $125 you might find that a bit disheartening, however if you lose a pair worth $1.25, then it makes it a bit more tolerable.
Everyone thinks that getting rich means making more money or winning the lottery.
It does not necessarily have to be the case.
Getting rich for me in the last few years is getting rid of recurring expenses. And the way I have done this is by getting rid of my cable bill.
That $90 dollar a month bill was really starting to aggravate me, since we only used to watch about 3 or 4 channels of the so called 650 we had to choose from.
The Cable company made it so that you had to pick the different packages at the time even if each package only had 1 real channel you wanted to watch. It became pretty pricey to watch TV. But everyone did it! Right?