Amazon began as a bookseller before becoming a supplier of all things. In addition to the "stuff" it sells, Amazon offers a whole range of services and subscriptions. The big one is of course Amazon Prime. This service of $ 1
However, the following services and subscriptions are offered separately and through Prime (though they are often discounted for Prime members). Keep in mind, however, that theis expected to occur in mid-July before signing up for any of these activities. We assume that many of these services will be on the market at this time.
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Kindle Unlimited (9.99 USD / month)
It's like Spotify, just for books. With Kindle Unlimited, you can read or listen to an unlimited number of books for $ 9.99 a month. You can access more than 1 million books and thousands of audiobooks with Audible comments. Between books, Kindle Unlimited also lets you read a selection of magazines. It's a great service if you take your Kindle with you everywhere, but you can also use the Kindle app on an iPad and other mobile devices. The disadvantage? You'll have to wait to read the latest releases as they are rarely found on the Kindle Store's virtual shelves.
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Audible (14.95 USD / month)
For those who prefer listening Audible is the leading provider of audiobooks, according to literature. Unlike Kindle Unlimited, an Audible subscription has a limited number of books per month. There are two options for audible subscriptions. The Gold Plan costs $ 14.95 per month and the Platinum Plan costs $ 22.95 per month (each plan offers a discounted annual rate). The Gold Plan will earn you one credit per month, while the Platinum Plan will earn you two credits per month. A loan = an audiobook. You can extend credits for up to 12 months. If your reading has outperformed your credits, you can use Audible's 30% discount on additional audiobooks. Both plans also include two Audible originals per month and daily audio summaries from The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post.
Audible Romance Package (6.95 – 14.95 USD / month)  If your idea of a good book is usually shaped by a man with excellent abs and a strong head hair on the cover Amazon has the Audible plan for you. The Audible Romance package is a separate audiobook subscription that will not earn you credits. You can go through romance novels with unlimited hearing as fast as possible. It costs $ 14.95 a month, but if you already have a subscription to Audible or Kindle Unlimited, the Romance package is an add-on for $ 6.95.
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Prime Video Channels
If you have Amazon Prime then there is Prime Video with movies, TV shows and original programs like Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Homecoming and Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan. With Prime Video Channels, you can add more channels to your lineup, and you must be a Prime Member to do so. You can add premium cable channels like HBO and Showtime, children's channels like PBS Kids and Noggin, as well as lesser-known channels like Britbox and Sundance. You pay per channel. Prices range from $ 14.99 a month for HBO to $ 2.99 a month for something like Curiosity Stream. Baseball fans can also add MLB.TV for $ 24.99, which allows you to watch all non-market games. For more information, see this breakdown of prime video channels.
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Amazon Music Unlimited (3.99 – 9.99 USD / month)
Amazon's answer to Spotify or Apple Music is a music subscription with free access to over 50 million songs. Prime members pay $ 7.99 a month, non-Prime members $ 9.99 a month – the same price for an individual plan for Spotify or Apple Music. There's also a cheaper echo-only plan, which costs $ 3.99 a month and lets you listen on a single echo or Fire TV. The primary reason for choosing Amazon Music Unlimited over a competing monthly music subscription is the $ 2 monthly discount you receive as a Prime Member. Prime members can pay $ 79 per year for Amazon Music Unlimited. That's $ 20 less than the annual Spotify or Apple Music fees. An Amazon Music Family plan costs $ 14.99 per month, or $ 149 per year, and allows streaming on up to six devices.
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Subscribe and save
From diapers to detergents and dog food to deodorants. With Subscribe & Save from Amazon, you can save money and effort by regularly sending out articles that you use for months. Amazon is happy to give you a discount on products that are delivered to your home regularly – from once a month to once every six months. Discounts start at 5 percent, but you can increase that number by up to 15 percent if you add five or more products to your regular delivery for subscribing and saving. You do not have to be a Prime member to use Subscribe & Save, but the savings are a bit sweeter for Prime members – 20 percent off some products.
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Baby Registry  Congratulations to the bun in the oven! Sleep a little now. And get ready to be showered with gifts. With Amazon's Baby Registration, you can register for what you want, and hopefully it will be so easy to shop that your crazy aunt takes off her crochet hooks and buys something more useful to the baby. When you sign up for a baby registration with Amazon, you will receive a welcome pack of baby goodies worth up to $ 35. Amazon's Baby Registry is a universal registry that allows you to add articles from other websites. There are group gifts so that several people can contribute to a cot or other large tickets. And you have 90 days to return the things you do not want.
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Congratulations! You can use Amazon as a clearing house for the wedding gifts that are on your way. Like baby registration, Amazon's wedding registration is a universal registration, so you are not limited to Amazon products. And there are group gifts so your friends can join in this chic Italian espresso machine. You can make longer honeymoon, since you will receive 180 days for the return. After your wedding, you can collect all items remaining on your registration with a 10 percent discount (20 percent for Prime members).
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Amazon Family is really just a combination of two Amazon services, Subscribe & Save and Baby Registry. The only benefit it offers is a free e-mail newsletter with tips for parents and product discounts. You must provide your child's birthday or arrival date so that Amazon can tailor his advice and product recommendations to you and your family. It is intended for parents of children up to 12 years.
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Amazon Freetime Unlimited (from $ 2.99 / month)
Freetime Unlimited is a subscription service that allows parents to control the types of content their child contains They give them valuable screen time. Service starts at $ 2.99 per month for Prime members and offers annual prepay discounts. Targeted at kids ages 3 to 12, the service features ad-free content from Cartoon Network, Disney, Nickelodeon, Sesame Street, and more. Freetime Unlimited includes books, audiobooks, educational apps, and games. It works on Fire and Kindle devices as well as iOS and Android phones and tablets. There are even things that you can access with an echo. Of course, there is also a parental control that allows you to filter content and limit screen time.
Please note that the Kids Edition of the Fire 7, Fire HD 8, and Fire HD 10 tablets includes FreeTime Unlimited for one year, free of charge.
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See Fire HD 8 Kids Edition (2017) review
AmazonFresh (14.95 USD / month)
AmazonFresh delivers groceries to your doorsteps or packs them for you pick up at the store. Either way, it saves you the actual shopping part of grocery shopping. AmazonFresh costs $ 14.95 a month, and you need to be a Prime member to get into the Fresh train. The order is free for orders of $ 50 or more (some cities have a limit of $ 35). If you miss the free delivery, you pay $ 9.99 to do your shopping. Delivery is only available in select cities and you can only pick up at two Fresh stores in Seattle. Amazon imports food at its Whole Foods stores via Prime Now.
Prime Pantry (4.99 USD / month)
You do not need Prime Pantry if you have AmazonFresh, but if you live in an area where Amazon does not offer food delivery service You can store your panties even if you do not have to go to the grocery store. Prime Pantry costs $ 4.99 a month and allows you to deliver dry goods and other household items to your doorstep. For orders over $ 10, Prime Pantry offers free shipping. (If you are a Prime member, you can skip the Prime Pantry subscription and receive pantry shipments of $ 35 or more for free.) Pantry orders below these thresholds will be charged a $ 5.99 delivery fee.
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Magazine subscriptions (usually $ 5 / year per publication)
Still, you still like your magazine content on glossy paper and in your mailbox? How rustic! You can save on journal subscriptions by ordering them through Amazon. Thousands of magazines are offered – and that too high discounts. Many are only $ 5 a year, which is more than 90% off the newsstand. Which is good, because newsstands are getting harder to get these days.
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Amazon Home Services
Need a Plumber or Electrician? A carpet or fireplace cleaned – or even the whole house? A TV on the wall? An impossible Swedish piece of furniture assembled? Amazon hires local professionals to complete a task that you need to do around the house. You schedule the time the service will run and pay through Amazon as soon as it's completed. Amazon checks the people who send it to your door – he or she passed a criminal investigation and is also insured and has their business bonafide checked. Installers, electricians and other such professionals are also licensed.
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Amazon Business Services
Same idea as Home Services, but for the office. From installing office furniture and a whiteboard in your conference room to installing a wireless printer and setting up a server. And for start-ups there are even table tennis and table football.
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Amazon Drive (from $ 11.99 per year)
Amazon Prime members receive 5GB of free cloud storage and unlimited photo storage on Amazon Drive. If that's not enough, you can pay more each year for more space. Plans start at $ 11.99 per year for 100GB (for non-Prime members) and $ 59.99 per year for 1TB. In addition, you pay $ 59.99 per year for every additional terabyte – up to 30TB for $ 1,799.70 per year.
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Prime Student (59 USD per year)
However, with Prime Student, students can get other vital information for the campus for free and within two days. At $ 59 a year (or $ 6.49 a month), this is half the price of Amazon Prime for adults in the real world. And Amazon takes the responsibility for the first semester – you get the first six months of Prime Student for free. It also includes unlimited streaming of Prime movies and TV shows, unlimited storage of photos with Prime photos and 20 percent off pre-ordered and newly released video games.
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