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Top 5 Amazon Prime alternatives

Don't miss these other opportunities to save on shipping.

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Amazon Prime has become a household name in online shopping, offering free next-day shipping on many items and other benefits to paid members. But more and more competitors have entered the scene. If you’re dissatisfied with your Amazon Prime membership or just want to take a peek at what’s out there, consider these top five similar programs.

Target: Free two-day shipping and other perks for RedCard members.
Target RedCard holders get free two-day shipping when paying with their card. Even if you're not a member, spend $35 or more to cash in on the same free shipping deal. RedCard holders get other benefits too — like exclusive savings and longer returns.
  • Free shipping over $35
  • Free returns
  • No financing options
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Sam's Club: Free shipping, free prescriptions and cash rewards.
Sam's Club members earn plenty of perks online, including free shipping on every order, up to five free prescriptions and up to 2% back in rewards on qualifying purchases.
  • Free shipping over $0
  • No free returns
  • No financing options
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Zazzle: Get a 30-day free trial of this premium shipping service.
Like Amazon, Zazzle has a little bit of everything — from customized greeting cards to trendy tees and much more. Zazzle Black members get free standard shipping for $9.95 per year or two-day shipping for $39.95 per year.
  • No free shipping
  • No free returns
  • No financing options
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Newegg: New and improved loyalty program.
While Newegg canceled its Premier membership program, the company announced on its website that it's launching a new and improved loyalty program. Keep an eye out for sweet deals on electronics and more.
  • No free shipping
  • No free returns
  • No financing options
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Walmart: Cash in on free shipping and cash back.
Walmart's free members program lets you snag free two-day shipping on orders of $35 or more. And if you're a Walmart credit card holder, sweeten the deal with up to 5% cashback on online orders with no annual fee.
  • Free shipping over $35
  • Free returns
  • No financing options
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Which Amazon Prime competitors offer a free trial?

Currently, Zazzle is the only option from our list that offers a free trial of its paid membership program. But Target’s RedCard program and Walmart’s credit card program don’t cost anything up front to join — you’ll be subject to a credit check prior to approval.

Grocery delivery options

Looking for fast delivery on grocery and pantry staples? Many online retailers offer grocery delivery, and other services will deliver frozen meat and seafood directly to your door. In some cases, you can even snag free shipping when you spend a certain amount.

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