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Amazon Prime Subscribers Are Upset They're Not Receiving Two-Day Shipping on Orders


Amazon Prime members have access to a lot of cool stuff: a huge selection of music along with a streaming video platform with original programming and classic TV shows and films you don't have to pay extra for. But the real reason everyone decides to shell out that yearly fee for Amazon Prime is the free two-day shipping on select items.

But now, it looks like the online retail monolith will no longer uphold its pledge on delivering all prime packages in two days. Why?

You may have noticed upon ordering items from Amazon in the past that, depending on where the package is coming from, you actually received your goods way faster than the promised 48-hour delivery time. I once ordered something on Amazon at 6 a.m. and received it at around 5:30 p.m. that night — all for free.

So, why is Amazon not delivering all Prime items in two days?

It has to do with that "quick shipping" phenomenon I just mentioned above.