Travelers know convenience often comes at a price. While certain perks are worth the extra cash outlay, other things that seem convenient can’t be justified. Amazon Prime is a service that definitely offers several conveniences that you should consider including in your budget, especially for the sake of your life on the road. Let’s take a look at some of these perks so you can decide if they’re right for you as well.
Prime reading and audible
If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can read some books for free with Prime Reading. This feature offers over a thousand free books, magazines and more, that you can download on any device with a Prime membership. Amazon also offers readers access to a pre-released book every month via Amazon First Reads. If you’re a frequent traveler, Amazon Prime is a great investment to stay entertained on the road.
Offline downloads for entertainment
There’s nothing worse than being stuck in an airport for a layover with no entertainment. With the Amazon Prime app, you can download any television show or movie to your phone or tablet to keep yourself entertained until it’s time to board. This is also great for long car rides and flights where you want to relax and watch something offline, instead of streaming.
Shipping benefits- Prime Now
Prime members receive free two-day shipping on millions of items, but did you know about the Amazon Prime perk that offers free same-day pickup? This feature is available in select areas, and it’s perfect for travelers. Whether you forgot something or need a last-minute gift, Prime Now is a great way to have items shipped to your hotel room.
Prime photos and drive
Prime members have unlimited photo storage via Amazon Photos, so you can back up and store all your favorite pictures and videos from your vacations. Prime members can also view these photos on all their devices, so you don’t have to download the same vacation pictures onto every device you use.
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