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  • Tammy A

    how to get amazon to price match

  • kerrie baumann

    Amazon Giftcard

  • Reyna Ibarra

    clever logos!!

  • Caesar DelaPaz III

    What would I do without amazon? haha Amazon Prime is just excellent!!

  • steven duplantis

    Amazon is a popular shopping website.

  • Chris Ohm

    The amazon logo is overall pretty straightforward, it uses a basic looking font, has the name of the company and tells where you can find them. The arrow does two things for the logo. First it shows that amazon ships things, you can go on the website and have things sent. The second thing is that the arrow goes from A to Z in amazon to imply that they have everything on the website that you could get other places. That one is a bit less obvious but it makes sense after it is explained.

  • Steph Myers

    #blackfriday #deals

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