Bill Gates' Gimp
lol I feel that you are trolling us now with these Amazon stories. My god they must roll their eyes when they look up your call/chat history!I am going to tell you how dumb Amazon is. So I purchased a Fire HD 10" yesterday it is due for delivery Thursday. Today I woke up and it's $20 cheaper. But Amazon refuses to credit me the $20 and had me replace the exact same order for the exact same product and it is due for the exact same day for delivery but refused to credit me the $20. I explained to them they will probably eat that in return shipping which I am not paying for. Makes no sense whatsoever. I haven't even received it yet and I already cancelled it and returned it.
I am just thinking about company wise though. They should add something in your account for something like this. As long as the item is purchased from Amazon, have a 1 week or 2 week price adjustment, for cases like this where you could log in and the database would compare item x time frame x price reduction = credit applied to original payment on file. It would save Amazon employee time and shipping = more money for Amazon and happy customers. I believe Best Buy already has something in store that does this, and theirs last a long time in case there is a price drop.It's an Amazon device so if you have Prime I highly doubt you have to pay to return it, just print a label and drop it off somewhere...
I'm not sure. It's actually not new here - it just only applies to items coming from the twin cities over in Minnesota. Their new focus on one day hasn't hit yet. I'd imagine their investment is in infrastructure and logisitics to have more items on hand at the hubs to get most items to most places within 1 day. If they add a lot more cargo flight routes to move product from further away faster with the volumes they have to move, I suspect prime prices would go up sooner than later.Can't complain there. I figured your city soon should be getting same day delivery.