10 FREE Ways to Save at Amazon.com


FREE Savings at Amazon.com

1 Warehouse Deals – Deep Discounts on Open-Box and Used Products including TVs, laptops, tablets, home audio, kitchen & dining, home goods, outdoors, and more


2 Subscribe & Save – Save up to 15% on your entire order!  Through this program you can schedule automatic shipments on select products and receive the discount.  You can cancel at any time.  In other words, you can order an item to be shipped monthly at a discount then cancel after the first shipment.  So, this way, if you don’t really want to “subscribe” you can get the additional discount for the single shipped item.

3 ► Amazon Coupons – FREE Coupons for groceries, household items, baby, books, kitchen, personal care and more.  There are some high value coupons as well if you look through them.

4Amazon Discount Finder – this cool FREE tool will find clearance and discounted items in various categories at up to 90% OFF or more!

5Amazon.com Rewards Visa Card – 3% back on ALL Amazon purchases + FREE $80 Amazon Credit upon approval.  No annual fee!


6 Cash Back through Ebates – get up to 10% Cash Back on purchases from select categories through Ebates

7Amazon Trade In – Got some old stuff you don’t want?  Submit your electronics, books, movies, video games and music.  Ship them for FREE.  Get paid with an Amazon Gift Card.

8Daily Amazon Deals – New deals. Every day. Shop our Deal of the Day and more daily deals and limited-time sales.

9 Clearance – items priced to move, starting at 1¢!  Really!

10 Amazon PrimeFREE Trial offer – purchasing an item that you don’t want to pay shipping on but can’t find anything else to buy?  Sign up for the FREE Amazon Prime Trial.  It’s a 30 day offer and you will get FREE shipping on most items as well as FREE streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows and FREE Kindle Books.  Don’t forget to cancel if you don’t intend on continuing the service, although it is a great deal!



1 thought on “10 FREE Ways to Save at Amazon.com”

  1. I would say another point would be instead of waiting for the items you want to come up on a list to look at the price history of the items you are looking at with an add-on such as The Camelizer (thetracktor or Price Zombie are alternatives) to know if the current price really is a good one or not.

    Now, I like and have an Ebates account. I’ve tried the browser add-on and if it’s your only shopping portal, it’s great. If you use others, I would say Cashback Watch add on is better, quick links to multiple shopping portals which helps if you are on a site that Ebates doesn’t happen to cover.

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