Are you addicted to Amazon? Well, then you’re not alone. Pro-tip, we’ve found 11 Amazon hacks that will change your life and make shopping way better.
There are a lot of things that we love about Amazon. We love free two-day shipping if you have Prime, and the company’s creation of Alexa.
We also love that if you’re a college student you get six months free of Amazon Prime. It’s pretty awesome. Since a LOT of people shop on the catch-all site, we figured you’d like to know a few tips and tricks to get more for your money.
Check out all of the Amazon hacks below:
The first place to look for deals is the Amazon Coupons section. It has daily deals on pretty much everything. You can access them here.
2Coin For Apps
In case you missed it, Amazon has a little thing called Amazon Coins. They can be used to buy apps for your Kindle products. 100 coins give you $1 in cash to use towards whatever apps you want.
3Old Is New
When it comes to gift cards, everything old is new again on Amazon. In this case, you can take a prepaid gift card with a low balance (like a Visa card that has $2 left on it) and convert it into an Amazon gift card. The steps are as follows:
First, check the card balance using the number on the back of the card. Next, Log into Amazon and go to the e-mail delivery gift card area. Then, enter the card’s balance, your e-mail address, and send and use your payment card. Finally, you’ll get a code, which you use in the “Apply a Gift Card to Your Account” area of your account.
You can track price drops through CamelCamelCamel and be alerted when your desired price is reached on the site. It makes shopping SO much easier.
Yes, there is actually a warehouse for Amazon and you need it in your life. It is limited to open box or refurbished items, but it includes a LOT of discounts.
6Price Drop Refunds
As any online shopper knows, there are always changes in prices. The good news is that Amazon will refund the difference of your purchase if the price changes within the week following your purchase.
PS: This only works for items sold and shipped by Amazon, no third-party purchases.