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I don't know, I didn't look. Don't have any at the moment. My cat would have told me if there was something wrong. He'll turn his nose up at food simply because you've put his food on the wrong plate. And he only eats this brand. He'll tear the house apart before he'll eat any other brand.
leftsocksonly
· 30 November 2019
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If you're talking about a Prime subscription, I subscribe because a subscription includes free access to primevideo.com as well, and Amazon is producing some really good TV shows and movies. I use an Amazon Fire TV device to watch Prime, Netflix and Stan. Combined with free delivery for Amazon stuff, things like bulk… see more If you're talking about a Prime subscription, I subscribe because a subscription includes free access to primevideo.com as well, and Amazon is producing some really good TV shows and movies. I use an Amazon Fire TV device to watch Prime, Netflix and Stan. Combined with free delivery for Amazon stuff, things like bulk buying of pet food works out cheaper than buying from Coles or Wollies. If you add in the cost of driving to Coles, vs free delivery from Amazon, the savings can be quite substantial. I buy coffee from Amazon because it's cheaper, and they deliver for free. When I first subscribed, to see if their free delivery was real, I once bought a single packet of TimTams from Amazon for $1.82, and they delivered that one packet to my door, for free. See less If you're talking about a Prime subscription, I subscribe because a subscription includes free access to primevideo.com as well, and Amazon is producing some really good TV shows and movies. I use an Amazon Fire TV device to watch Prime, Netflix and Stan. Combined with free delivery for Amazon stuff, things like bulk buying of pet food works out cheaper than buying from Coles or Wollies. If you add in the cost of driving to Coles, vs free delivery from Amazon, the savings can be quite substantial. I buy coffee from Amazon because it's cheaper, and they deliver for free. When I first subscribed, to see if their free delivery was real, I once bought a single packet of TimTams from Amazon for $1.82, and they delivered that one packet to my door, for free.
leftsocksonly
· 22 January 2020
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Greed.
jean
· 30 November 2019
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