Amazon Prime Doesn’t Guarantee 2-Day Shipping Anymore — Do This Instead

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We’ve been thinking lately — why are we even still subscribed to Prime? The whole idea was that we could get guaranteed two-day shipping on all our orders. That’s what made the subscription cost worth it.

But now, not only has Prime raised its annual cost from $119 to $139, but they also can’t guarantee your packages will arrive in two days. So… where’s the value, exactly?

We can’t change Amazon’s policy, but we can help you triple-check for an incredible price on anything your order. Just use the free Capital One Shopping browser extension.

Start Unlocking Hidden Discounts with This Free Browser Extension

When you’re shopping online at Amazon, wouldn’t it be nice to get an alert that stops you from overpaying?

That’s exactly what the free Capital One Shopping browser extension does.

Add it to your browser, and before you check out, it’ll scan other websites, like Walmart, eBay and 30,000 others to find out if your item is available for cheaper. Plus, you can get coupon codes, set up price-drop alerts and even view the item’s price history.

It works with all major browsers, and in just the last year, this extension saved people $160 million.

Say you’re shopping for a new TV and think you found the best deal. That’s when you’ll get a popup from the Capital One Shopping extension letting you know that exact TV is available elsewhere for cheaper. Then when you checkout, any available coupon codes will automatically apply to your order.

Stop overpaying online and start saving effortlessly with this free, easy-to-use browser extension.