As Amazon Prime has continued to rise in popularity, our reliance on it for holiday gifts has almost become a given.
And no one can blame you for wanting to avoid the crowds, shop in the comfort of your own home, get free shipping (well, “free” shipping for $120/year), and have it delivered to your door in two days.
But if Amazon’s questionable product supply chains and environmental impact is starting to trouble you, you can still get your holiday shopping done quickly, conveniently, inexpensively, and ethically! Here are 7 ethical brands that offer special holiday shipping perks. So long, Amazon Prime!
Vast repository of audiobooks, sponsor of seemingly endless podcasts and YouTube channels, and subsidiary of Amazon.
If you’re trying to stay away from Amazon, Audible may be the last remaining recurring payment yet to be canceled.
It is pretty tempting, with its rows and rows of interesting books on tape (remember when that’s what they were called?) and its easy-breezy monthly subscription.
But there are better options out there.
November is here, and that means more of DoneGood’s Amazon alternatives!
We want to make it as easy as possible for you to find ethical, affordable alternatives to Amazon (that’s kind of what we do). So, we looked at Amazon’s best selling products for November and found some DoneGood alternatives that are similar, affordable, and make the world a better place.
Let’s check out some deals from our partner brands...
October is here, and DoneGood has your Amazon alternatives for this month covered!
We want to make it as easy as possible for you to find ethical, affordable Amazon alternatives (that’s kind of what we do). So, we looked at Amazon’s best selling products for October and found some DoneGood alternatives that are similar, affordable, and make the world a better place.
Let’s see what our world-changing partner brands have to offer us this month.