How to Get the Most out of Amazon’s $1,500 Home Delivery Price Drop

Amazon has just dropped its home delivery price by $1 to $9.99.

The price has gone from $1.49 to $8.99 and will remain that way for the next 48 hours.

That’s a big price drop, but not a complete wipeout.

Amazon has also dropped its price for Amazon Prime members.

That price is $9 a month.

The move means that if you subscribe to Amazon Prime, you can now pay the same price as you would pay for an item at a retail store.

That includes items like books, magazines, and electronics.

If you have an Amazon Prime membership, you’ll also be able to pay a bit less than $1 per item.

The other big price drops Amazon is adding in the last 24 hours are for Amazon’s two new “Prime” tiers: $99/month for $99 or $199/month, and $99 for $249 or $499.

That last price tier will be available on Wednesday.

Amazon’s prices will also change on Thursday for Prime members, but only for the first time.

For the next 24 hours, you won’t be able pay the full price for an Amazon product.

For Prime members only, you’re limited to $5.99 for an eligible item.