While browsing Amazon tonight, I was surprised to see an offer to save 82 cents on Silence if I choose "free no-rush shipping" instead of my Prime delivery options. https://www.amazon.com/Silence-BD-Digital-Combo-Blu-ray/dp/B01LTI119U/ref=sr_1_2?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1503552212&sr=1-2&keywords=silence This is the first time I have seen this option available. Occasionally I've seen an offer for a discount on a future order for not using Prime, but never a discount on the actual item you're buying before today. My immediate reaction is not a good one. By removing 82 cents for people using non-Prime shipping options, doesn't that effectively mean we are being charged 82 cents to use the Prime benefit? That kind of defeats the purpose of paying $99/year for Prime if you're not going to use it. I'm not really in the market for Silence right now -- I just wanted to price check it and will continue to wait for a price drop -- but my feeling is they'd have to do better than 82 cents to get me to foresake the Prime benefits which I pay to receive. Has anyone else encountered this before? Your thoughts?