I’ve written about Amazon Prime Days before and how to use Amazon as an organizing tool. Could you use a few tips to help you navigate the next couple of days (July 15 & 16, 2019)? (Affiliate links abound in the following article.)
First, it’s for more than Amazon Prime members. Even if you don’t pay for an Amazon Prime subscription, you should look for deals and special pricing on things you buy regularly or have been saving to buy. Case in point: I’ve put my two organizing books on sale for $1.99 for the Kindle versions, and that price is for everyone, not just Prime members. Click on the images below to get yours.
Don’t have Amazon Prime yet? Check your credit card to see if it’s an included benefit. You can share your Amazon Prime benefits with other family members, or you might be the beneficiary of this sharing. And there’s even a cut rate for students. Not sure about whether it’s really worth it? You can sign up for a free trial of Amazon Prime and get all the goodies.
There are so many benefits, I can’t even list them all. My favorite features of Amazon Prime have nothing to do with things (that cause clutter) and have more to do with information, like Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Prime Photos. (Btw, Amazon Prime Photos isn’t my favorite photo storage solution, but if you aren’t using anything at all to backup your photos, you might as well use this one, since it’s already paid for, and it’s waaaay better than nothing!)
Here’s one Amazon perk that you won’t find anywhere else. Looking for great organizing solutions? Click on my Organizing Favorites List to see products that I use personally and for my clients. These few items are my favorites, and will likely help you solve your organizing challenges, and since they come recommended from me, you don’t have to read through dozens of reviews to find out whether they really work.
What else do you want to know about Amazon Prime Day? Please comment below.