FREE Month of Amazon Prime if your item arrives late!
Hey Amazoners! I am sure you know that Amazon offers Guaranteed Delivery for many items sold on Amazon.com (available on products that have a “Want it delivered . . .” message that display a delivery date and shipping option on the detail page), but did you know this?
If your item does indeed qualify for Guaranteed Delivery and it does not arrive on the promised delivery date, then you may be eligible for a free one-month Amazon Prime extension (free extensions are limited to one per free trial and twelve for an annual membership; free Amazon Student and Amazon Mom Prime Memberships do not qualify for this extension).
I found out that one of the items that I expected to be here in my haul today was missing and was being delivered late! Grrr. Usually I wouldn’t be upset but I ordered an electric blanket because my home has been so frigid cold and I do not want a large heating bill or to wake up cold again. If you’re curious, I ordered the Sunbeam® Quilted Polyester Heated Mattress Pad, Queen for $99.99. Not really a deal, just something I needed.
So I contacted Amazon Customer Service. I was nice at first, but then I found myself being a little argumentative and all the rep could say was that he was sorry. Finally, the representative gave in.
So since Amazon Prime is $99/year, I just saved myself $8.25. 🙂 Remember to do this if you packages arrive late. It’s an opportunity and you can get this reward for up to 12 times within the life of your account.
Update: Here’s the email I received from Amazon Customer service:
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