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Amazon Paying Prime Subscribers To Choose Slower Deliveries

Overwhelmed by the huge number of Amazon Prime subscribers who are choosing the site’s speedy shipping service, Amazon is offering $1 in credit toward video downloads to anyone who chooses “No-Rush” shipping, which delivers products in five to seven days instead of two. What do you think?

  • “How much are they offering if I don’t order at all?”

    Greg Kanalley
    Muffin Slicer
  • “Getting paid a dollar for accepting poor service is just one of the perks of a $99-per-year Amazon Prime membership.”

    Matthew Sumpter
    Livestock Counter
  • “No way. I want my DVD of Major League in two days, and I don’t care how many millions it costs Amazon.”

    Patricia Hinzman
    Salon Assistant