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12 Good Reasons to Cancel Amazon Prime 

May 1, 2022

From the Kiplinger website

Rule number one: When the price of membership goes up, re-evaluate.

After all, you’re likely up to your neck in subscription services: Cable TV, streaming services including Netflix and Disney+, meal-prep services and the granddaddy —  Amazon Prime membership. And in case you missed it: Amazon raised its yearly subscription fee by 17%, from $119 to $139. If you pay monthly, that clip went from $12.99 to $14.99 a month, or $180 a year.

That’s your first reason to reconsider, even if Amazon Prime Day, that annual summer blockbuster sale with its 48-hour marathon of deals, deals, deals, remains a temptation.

Longtime Prime members often forget: You can buy from Amazon without being a Prime member. You’re just not going to get the other perks. To that end, we’ve listed a range of good reasons you might want to cancel your Amazon Prime membership. See if you agree.

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