Earlier this year, we wrote a story about the top four Amazon Prime perks besides free shipping.
Well move over Amazon Prime perks, there’s a new perk on the block.
In the past, the one disadvantage to purchasing clothes online was that the article of clothing might not fit right. Therefore, online clothing retailers experience a high rate of return.
But then there’s Amazon.
Amazon is attempting to solve this problem by offering Amazon Prime customers the opportunity to try on clothing before they buy them. And not just clothes. According to Mashable, Amazon prime members can also try on accessories and shoes as well.
Pretty sweet, right?
Prime members can try on three to 15 items per Prime Wardrobe order. Prime members decide which items they want to keep, and they return the items they don’t want. And yes, shipping is on Amazon.
Here are the (revised) top 5 Amazon Prime Perks
Everything you need to know is above! But, in case you need a recap, Prime Wardrobe gives Prime members the opportunity to try on clothes, accessories, and shoes before you buy them.
If you have a Prime membership, you have access to Kindle Owners’ Lending Library. The added perk allows you to rent one ebook each month — for free!
Sure, you may have noticed with Amazon Prime you have unlimited photo storage, but you can easily order prints of your photos that are delivered right to your home.
Free Digital Subscription to The Washington Post
If you consider yourself a Newsie (you know, like foodie but with “news” in front of it,) you’ll love the six month free digital subscription to the Washington Post.
Can I just say I love Amazon Video! I can download the app on any mobile device and download or stream shows and videos for the kids. You can also download the app on your TV and watch a wide variety of popular shows and movies.
To learn about even more perks available through your Amazon Prime membership, please visit gizmodo by clicking here.
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