When I purchase an item from Amazon.com, there’s often an option to ‘subscribe’ to that item (have that item delivered regularly every few months). If you choose to subscribe, you get a discount on your current and future orders of the item.

Is it stealing to subscribe to the item, purely to get the discount and then unsubscribe after?

Amazon does have a note in fine print when you check out saying ‘Subscribing is free and you can cancel at any time.”

Thank you!

Answer:

This is permissible.

Amazon is well aware of this loophole and could easily make it impossible to take advantage. This is a marketing tool which surely brings in much business and sales. it is worth it for them to offer this on the chance you will subscribe at this time or at some time in the future.

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