Don’t order stuff you don’t need from Amazon right now

Don’t order stuff you don’t need from Amazon right now

Amazon is still delivering packages as the coronavirus pandemic rages on, but that doesn’t mean you should continue using the online shopping service like before.

Even if you try to order your usual random items, your Amazon experience looks a bit different these days. Amazon already announced it’s not restocking its warehouse inventory for certain items, like toys and books. Usually an Amazon Prime subscription guarantees you same-day, or one- to two-day delivery windows for certain items. But as of this weekend, as Recode reported, certain “non-essential” items were projected to arrive about a month out, with many posts showing an April 21 delivery date for Prime members. Read more…

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