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  2. Amazon Prime - Wikipedia

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    In 2005, Amazon announced Amazon Prime as a membership service offering free two-day shipping within the contiguous United States on all eligible purchases for an annual fee of $79 (equivalent to $123 in 2023) [4] and discounted one-day shipping rates. [5]

  3. Premium (marketing) - Wikipedia

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    v. t. e. In marketing, premiums are promotional items — toys, collectables, souvenirs and household products — that are linked to a product, and often require proofs of purchase such as box tops or tokens to acquire. [1] [2] The consumer generally has to pay at least the shipping and handling costs to receive the premium.

  4. Marine insurance - Wikipedia

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    Marine insurance covers the physical loss or damage of ships, cargo, terminals, and any transport by which the property is transferred, acquired, or held between the points of origin and the final destination. [1] [2] Cargo insurance is the sub-branch of marine insurance, [3] though marine insurance also includes onshore and offshore exposed ...

  5. What Paying More for Premium Brands Is Really Costing You - AOL

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    Getty Images Those who follow a budget diligently are better off for knowing where the money goes. But even those who know where they're spending their money might not know why. What makes someone ...

  6. Premium pricing - Wikipedia

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    Premium pricing (also called image pricing or prestige pricing) is the practice of keeping the price of one of the products or service artificially high in order to encourage favorable perceptions among buyers, based solely on the price.

  7. Active or download Premium Subscriptions - AOL Help

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    Activate an AOL Premium Subscription product or service. Follow these useful steps to activate or download an AOL Premium Subscription.

  8. Protection and indemnity insurance - Wikipedia

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    Protection and indemnity insurance, more commonly known as P&I insurance, is a form of mutual maritime insurance provided by a P&I club. Whereas a marine insurance company provides "hull and machinery" cover for shipowners, and cargo cover for cargo owners, a P&I club provides cover for open-ended risks that traditional insurers are reluctant to insure.

  9. This airline updated its premium economy service: How that ...

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    Updated April 1, 2024 at 1:24 PM. Singapore Airlines unveiled an overhauled cabin service for its premium economy passengers earlier this month, and it’s part of a broader trend. Long-haul ...

  10. CMA CGM - Wikipedia

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    CMA CGM is a French shipping and logistics company founded in 1978 by Jacques Saadé. [7] The name is an acronym of two predecessor companies, Compagnie Maritime d'Affrètement ( CMA) and Compagnie Générale Maritime ( CGM ), translating as "Maritime Freighting Company" and "General Maritime Company", respectively.

  11. War risk insurance - Wikipedia

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    War risk insurance is a type of insurance which covers damage due to acts of war, including invasion, insurrection, rebellion and hijacking. Some policies also cover damage due to weapons of mass destruction. It is most commonly used in the shipping and aviation industries.