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Sometimes I find myself abandoning my digital shopping cart before purchasing just because I don’t want to pay the extra shipping fee. It’s a hurdle I think plenty of people have trouble with — it can be hard to stomach an extra $10 for shipping when we’re so used to the “free” two-day perk from Amazon’s Prime membership.
Despite the fact that you technically pay for that shipping from Amazon in the form of a $99 annual fee, having a Prime membership makes it difficult to justify the shipping cost from sites that were once our go-tos.
It turns out, however, that Prime’s free two-day shipping perk isn’t just limited to Amazon.com.
As Amazon continues to acquire more and more online retailers, it’s also started spreading the benefits of its membership program to customers of those websites. This has mostly applied to the fashion brands they own, but recently expanded out to others as well. Though the list is pretty short right now, we have a feeling that the more companies Amazon buys, the more websites they’ll end up adding Prime perks to.
Below, you’ll find a quick list of sites that currently offer free two-day shipping with your Amazon Prime membership:Shopbop
Shopbop is an online destination for luxury and designer clothes, shoes, bags, and accessories. Though they carry plenty of relatively affordable staples like Levi’s, Soludos, and Jeffrey Campbell, you’ll also find high-end names like alice + olivia, Cinq a Sept, Ganni, and Oscar de la Renta on the site.
When you place your order, you can sign into your Amazon account to access free Prime shipping on nearly everything.
East Dane is the brother of Shopbop, selling luxe menswear from both mid-range and high-end labels like Golden Goose, Ted Baker, Kenneth Cole, and Ferragamo.
Just like Shopbop, all you have to do is enter your Amazon account info at checkout to get Prime shipping.
Woot! is an Amazon-owned startup that hosts daily flash deals on discounted products — from sports and outdoor gear to tech gadgets and electronics. The site feels somewhere in between Amazon’s Deal of the Day section and Groupon, but a little cheekier.
To take advantage of your Prime shipping perk, just log in with your Amazon account before checking out.
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