Uninstall the Amazon shopping app on her phone and the notifications will stop. Sep 20th, 2019 8:42 pm XtremeModder Deal Guru Aug 14, 2007 10801 posts 1945 up votes Toronto rodents wrote: I don't get any purchase notifications using the Prime Video app or website. If all she is doing is watching movies then there is no need to have the Amazon shopping app installed or to visit the shopping website.
Uninstall the Amazon shopping app on her phone and the notifications will stop. Sep 20th, 2019 11:49 pm Greece Deal Addict Dec 20, 2004 2185 posts 1207 up votes Vancouveresque Because this is Canada.
Nobody cares which exploitative corporations you give your money to every month. Sep 20th, 2019 11:53 pm Manaus Deal Fanatic Mar 21, 2010 5341 posts 2134 up votes Toronto Greece wrote: Because this is Canada.
Amazon UK for example has an “autorip” function where in many cases when you buy music CDs or vinyl, the digital copy is included and instantly appears in your account. Here you either subscribe to Unlimited or make do with the basic Prime collection, no way to pick and choose.
Sep 21st, 2019 4:40 pm Canuck2fan Deal Addict Nov 12, 2004 2212 posts 850 up votes Hometown I raised this issue with a rep during a call to Amazon, when they asked what other concerns I had, after the reason I had called in was resolved... FWIW I took that to mean once again Canadians are too polite to speak up and demand equal services to the US of A...
Sep 26th, 2019 10:08 am icon Deal Addict Sep 3, 2006 4634 posts 1632 up votes dive wrote: don't see a big deal, just ask your family member order stuff for you or you can just order through their prime account Sep 26th, 2019 11:06 am dive Deal Expert Oct 26, 2003 34596 posts 4074 up votes Winnipeg icon wrote: If you have a family member that has an Amazon account.
Sep 26th, 2019 11:19 am icon Deal Addict Sep 3, 2006 4634 posts 1632 up votes dive wrote: You will need a prime account to get free shipping. So, my wife and I can both get all the Prime benefits that I'm paying for, but she doesn't see that I'm ordering vinyl records.
Sep 26th, 2019 2:15 pm dive Deal Expert Oct 26, 2003 34596 posts 4074 up votes Winnipeg icon wrote: You have a Prime membership and multiple, distinct accounts under it. So, my wife and I can both get all the Prime benefits that I'm paying for, but she doesn't see that I'm ordering vinyl records.
Email the CEO and president of Amazon, Jeff Amazon .com May 18th, 2020 10:42 pm Red Smart Member Oct 23, 2009 296 posts 23 up votes Toronto I didn't think that was still about, but I'll give it a go. I used to look like my picture last year......then I bought a green hat! Member Nov 24, 2009 143 posts 202 up votes Cornwall, ON To add to the frustration I just got this about the US Amazon Prime, I'd love this feature in Canada : As a Prime Household member you have access to award-winning Amazon Originals, hit movies, and popular TV included with Prime. We’re writing to tell you that soon your Household account will have access to Prime Video Profiles that allow every household member to have a personalized experience based on the shows and movies that they watch.
Jul 7th, 2020 5:28 pm bonfire-db Newbie Nov 25, 2008 22 posts 7 up votes Edmonton, AB sack wrote: To add to the frustration I just got this about the US Amazon Prime, I'd love this feature in Canada : Disappointing to log on to Amazon CA and find out they were telling me I had a benefit they (still) don't even offer.
For most people, Amazon Prime seems to be a great deal, even if you only use it for its primary benefit: free two-day shipping. But Amazon has expanded Prime to include a host of other benefits to make the $119 annual fee even harder to refuse.
Previously, you could share Amazon Prime with practically any of your friends and family. Taylor Martin/CNET Now Amazon calls its sharing Prime membership benefit an AmazonHousehold.
Prime Shipping Prime Now AmazonFresh (if the main account has that add-on) Prime Video Prime Photos Family Vault Audible Channels Kindle Owners' Lending Library Amazon First Reads Prime Early Access Prime member discounts on Amazon Music Unlimited and Kindle Freebie Unlimited Up to 20 percent off subscriptions on diapers, baby food and other products 2 percent rewards when reloading an Amazon Gift Card balance Adding a child (12 and younger) to your Prime Household is more about parental controls than anything else.
Every teen you add to your account will need to enter either a mobile number or email and a birthday. I have a number of Echo Flexes with motion sensors and have toyed around with IFTTT, but have been unable to make my system work.
I've noticed that Amazon seems to bake in imposed delays that keep their motion sensors from triggering in short intervals. This is lucrative enough as it is; the free two-day shipping alone is worth the price of admission, not to mention the host of additional benefits.
Before 2015, you could simply share your Amazon Prime membership with any friend or family member. However, this was so lucrative that it ended up being overshared and abused, so Amazon revoked this privilege.
Adding members to your Household is a simple and straightforward process that doesn’t take long at all. However, there’s a grace period, during which the recently removed adult account can be reactivated, in case of a potential mistake.
In the screen that appears, go to Shopping programs and rentals and then click AmazonHousehold. Every teen or child that you want to add to the Household will have to input their email/mobile number and birthdate.
In addition to the most coveted free two-day shipping, there is a wide variety of other benefits. After adding the second adult account to your Household, you can share all purchased games, apps, e-books, and audiobooks.
Teen accounts (13-17 years of age) that you’ve added to the Household receive separate Amazon logins. An Amazon Prime Child Account is defined as one belonging to a 12-year-old or younger.
AmazonHousehold brings back the benefits of the pre-2015 Amazon Prime sharing privileges with a twist. As mentioned, the sharing options for Amazon Prime have always been targeted at families, except many people have a loose definition of family (a pet dog or pet hamster, who not?).
By introducing AmazonHousehold, Amazon installed a modicum of control over who gets to share what. Join the discussion in the comments section and feel free to share your thoughts, opinions, or to ask any questions.
An AmazonHousehold allows you to connect and share Amazon Prime benefits with the whole family. Two adults in a Household can share Prime benefits and digital content.
Teen logins allow 13–17-year-olds to shop on their own, and parents approve the order with a simple text. Parents can add children (12 and under) to a Household to manage parental controls on Fire tablets, Kindle E-readers and Fire TV through Kindle Freebie.
Personalize each child's experience by selecting what content they are able to see, and set educational goals and time limits. Children can access digital content that their parent allows on their child's device but are not enabled to shop.
Which Prime benefits can adults share with any family member? Twitch Prime also includes access to free games, in-game loot and a free channel subscription for the first user under the shared account who accesses each benefit.