Shopping Addict’s Guide To Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime Guide

I have a confession, I’m an Amazon addict. Anytime I even think I may want something I hop on Amazon and find it in minutes. Now I’m not just addicted to Amazon, I’m addicted to Amazon Prime, free two day shipping, product guarantee, unlimited music and movie streaming; I’ve essentially forgotten what it was like before I had prime, I’ve got pretty much everything I’ve wanted or needed right at my finger tips. I live for my prime membership and with Amazon Prime Day right around the corner I’m happy that I’ve got my Amazon Prime membership so I can hit up all these better than Black Friday deals. Not sure if Amazon Prime is worth it for you well here’s a few of the best ways to use it.

(Note: I’m not getting paid to say any of this about Amazon, I genuinely just love it and want you to benefit from Amazon Prime Day.)

Beauty supplies

Tony Moly Amazon Prime9 out of 10 times you can find your Sephora beauty staples on Amazon and usually for a better price. Take these Tony MOLY face masks (I swear by the red wine one!); at sephora a pack of 2 masks will cost you about $7.50, on Amazon Prime it costs you about $15 for 10 of them. Do the math on that, at Sephora that costs you $3.75 a mask and on Amazon Prime it costs you about $1.50, plus it’s delivered free to your door in 2 days and you didn’t even have to get out of bed.


Panache Bra Amazon PrimeNow I’m no tiny chick in any area but buying bras has always been an entire, stressful, event for me, that is until I discovered Amazon Prime. My bra size is hard to come by and I needed a good quality sports bra, so when I heard about the Panache sports bra I nearly flipped. After studying the site prices and shipping, I was getting stressed out all over again until Amazon Prime came to my rescue. Not only did they have the bra in my size but there were a ton of great colors, they were sold by Panache just through Amazon Prime which meant a slight discount and free 2 day shipping. Prime for the win again. Now that I know my favorite bra and bra size I just hop on Amazon Prime, order them off my wish list and wait for them to show up on my doorstep.


Glasses Amazon PrimePeople always ask me about my glasses, I’m obsessed with having avant garde and funky frames on at all times, even though I have no prescription. Some sites that specialize in funky shades will charge you as much as $20 to $30 a pair. If you’re willing to do the search, you can find the same glasses for sometimes as little as $8, and the cheaper they are, the  more of them you can have. I own a few pairs of specs in every color thanks to Amazon Prime. Not to mention all the fun random hair pins and chains I’ve ordered over time.

Now with all those ideas, keep in mind that Amazon Prime Day promises to bring you deals as often as every 10 minutes all day on July 15th, and the only way to access them is through an Amazon Prime membership. A one year membership is $100 and a student one year prime membership is $50. The great thing about Amazon Prime is you get a free 30 day trial to give it a test run, which still qualifies you for all the perks of Amazon Prime Day. You can always cancel after the 30 days and you won’t be charged, but honestly Amazon Prime is a worthwhile investment.

As an added bonus, if you really don’t like online shopping, I will do it for you. If you fill out the form below I will do my best to find you exactly what you’re looking for within 24 hours. There’s no fee, I will send you the link to my Amazon store where I will put the time you requested and you just hit the link and purchase. I will get a tiny percent of the sale, but the cost of the item is not increased for you at all. How can you say no to a free personal shopper?

Keep an eye on the Facebook page for constant updates on the deals rolling in on Prime Day!

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1 Comment on Shopping Addict’s Guide To Amazon Prime

  1. Martine
    July 14, 2015 at 2:58 pm (3 years ago)

    As an Amazon Prime addict I really appreciate the tips in this post. I can’t wait for tomorrow so I can get some great deals. Is it too early to start Christmas shopping? #BLMGirl


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