Smart Tips to Save Money Without Amazon Prime

Fourteen years. That’s how long I’ve had an Amazon Prime membership, starting way back in 2008. Over the years, Amazon has become my place to buy just about anything: books, cellphone chargers, mega-packs of fruit leather, wet wipes, dresses, shoehorns, salsa, a hammock, vitamins, face masks, games and countless other items.

Subscribe & Save purchases had taken the guesswork out of making sure we always had diapers, dishwasher detergent and the like. And Amazon Prime offers some terrific TV shows and movies to stream at no additional charge. But the growing expense of Prime membership (up $60 since I joined), not to mention headlines about warehouse working conditions and the pressure put on delivery drivers, now has me taking a second look.

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