Yesterday I did something I never thought I'd do: canceled Amazon Prime. I've had it since its debut. I tolerated its rare price increases because I heavily used Amazon for shopping. Very long story short, 8-9 months ago I checked out Chewy.com. Not only were their prices better, but they were consistently the same. So, for example, I no longer had to plod through dozens of pages looking for my specific cat litter brand/variety/size to find the best price--if I could find it at all--and weed out any that weren't Prime. Chewy has been amazing! I have my standard order of pet supplies on auto-ship, and month-to-month the total price is virtually the same. And free shipping. So no hassle! So I started analyzing cost vs reward for the way I'm now using Prime, and decided it was no longer worth its $120 (or whatever its current price is) annual fee. Its other features, such as 'unlimited' streaming of TV show and movies, which are not actually unlimited, I almost never use. My current Prime expires on 04/14/19. Can anyone think of any compelling reasons to renew? Maybe features/services I'm not aware of? Just FYI, during my protracted illness, when I was absent from AF for over two years, I broke my Amazon shopping 'addiction.' I used to order 2-3 times a week, everything from screwdrivers to kitchen faucets. But when I was sick I couldn't do anything, including shopping online. Somehow...afterward, buying stuff just didn't seem that important any more, so pet supplies and an occasional gift were my only remaining purchases from Amazon. Now, with Chewy...well, there's not much left!