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Earn FREE Kindle eBook Credits

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Chances are you enjoy saving money as much as I do. Amazon is one company that I {heart} so very much. And Prime shipping. It has been so immensely worth it over the last few years for us to have Prime for multiple reasons, but today I thought maybe you all would like to know something I was clueless on until the last six months or so.

Did you know that you can earn digital book credits when you choose a shipping method other than Prime? Oh yes – that equals free books, my friends! Free books for my classroom that take up NO shelf space, or special treats for me or the kids if there is a book we want to read.

Amazon digital credit

While there are definitely items that I order from Amazon and want to have as soon as possible, there are some things that I don’t mind waiting a little longer for, especially if I plan ahead in my ordering. Above you can see a peek at where you choose the shipping method (during checkout). The typical credit is $1, but that does add up fast depending on how often you order (cough).

Curious If You Have Credits?

You can check your Amazon digital credits here (the Amazon mp3 credit balance applies to the Kindle books – I ordered one to double check and it worked!). I was pleasantly surprised to find some additional credits I wasn’t aware of – yay for free stuff!

Free 30 Day Trial (and other benefits of Amazon Prime)


Other than the quicker shipping, there are other benefits to Amazon Prime shipping, include instant video streaming. I also enjoy grabbing an occasional free ebook via the book lending system they have. There are so many benefits to our family.

  • FREE 2 Day shipping (unless you choose to ship more slowly and earn those credits!)
  • free music streaming (Laurianna loves this during her school time)
  • Unlimited photo storage
  • 500,000 free ebooks via the Lending Library
  • Prime Instant Video – lots to stream!

And psst – you can take advantage of a 30-day FREE trial too. Just click on the link above and start your free month!

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