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£3 Pantry credit for selecting 'no-rush delivery' with Amazon Prime orders

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£3 Pantry credit if you select 'no-rush delivery' with Amazon Prime orders. Might be more useful to some people than the usual £1 digital credit for no-rush deliveries, just a pity you can't stack th… Read More
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
£3 Pantry credit if you select 'no-rush delivery' with Amazon Prime orders.

Might be more useful to some people than the usual £1 digital credit for no-rush deliveries, just a pity you can't stack them.

T&Cs:
Choose FREE No-Rush Delivery and receive a £3 Amazon Pantry reward. We’ll automatically apply this reward to your account when your order is dispatched. Use your reward by visiting Amazon.co.uk/pantry or the Amazon app. Fill your Amazon Pantry box with items you want to buy, and we’ll automatically apply the reward at checkout.
Only one £3 reward will be applied per Pantry order.
This offer cannot be combined with Pantry Free Delivery promotions. Only customers located in the United Kingdom will be able to redeem their No-Rush promotional rewards.
Your order with No-Rush Delivery will arrive in 3 - 5 business days. This No-Rush reward expires on Jul 10, 2017
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Prefer the £1 digital credit :( ah well...

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#1
Shame you can't combine em all together, can you imagine!
1 Like #2
yeah big shame bigus still if you dont want to go in the 2.99 section its free delivery with the 3 pounds credit so im hot :p
#3
I remember last time that after awhile they allowed stacking...I think people just collected too many.
1 Like #4
Mines still only £1 digital credit
#5
I've had problems with this. The email says you can, then I was directed digital
1 Like #6
BIGUSHEADUS
Shame you can't combine em all together, can you imagine!

I seem to remember some people buying £1 or so items, getting no rush delivery and then getting £3 pantry credits that stacked ....
7 Likes #7
Prefer the £1 digital credit :( ah well...
#8
Yes,still £1 digital ATM
#9
I prefer rush-delivery.
1 Like #10
Boooo! These are crap - had so many at Xmas that I didn't even use. £1 digital credit so much better!!
1 Like #11
I remember I received an email last time (maybe last prime day) saying that you was allowed to stack. I remember because I got like 3 crates of cider.
2 Likes #12
Ooh panty credits again. I guess everyone will get their knickers in a twist.
1 Like #13
bizzlebyron
I remember I received an email last time (maybe last prime day) saying that you was allowed to stack. I remember because I got like 3 crates of cider.
Was you?
#14
1234321
Mines still only £1 digital credit
Same here
#15
Well they owe me £3.00 as the last prime order i made took over 5 days to get here.
#16
rubbish....so basically free delivery then
#17
Better than than the useless digital credit. Heat.
#18
m.ad
Prefer the £1 digital credit :( ah well...
yep
#19
I am still getting £1 AppStore credit
#20
pantry sucks, I just dont see the point given prime now.
1 Like #21
franco79
Boooo! These are crap - had so many at Xmas that I didn't even use. £1 digital credit so much better!!


Remember getting the same email. There credits are pretty useless on there own but stacked you can do some real damage with them. I'm guessing allot of people complained that's why Amazon changed it.
#22
mivanpy
Well they owe me £3.00 as the last prime order i made took over 5 days to get here.


I emailed them when prime order was late and they added one month free prime onto my account to say sorry. Worth trying
2 Likes #23
turbo_c
pantry sucks, I just dont see the point given prime now.
Prime now isn't everywhere. Yet. I'm sure they'll find a way to get it out to those of us in the sticks eventually.
#24
Blender

Remember getting the same email. There credits are pretty useless on there own but stacked you can do some real damage with them. I'm guessing allot of people complained that's why Amazon changed it.
I thought that only abbit of people would of tried there luck
1 Like #25
zizzles
Blender

Remember getting the same email. There credits are pretty useless on there own but stacked you can do some real damage with them. I'm guessing allot of people complained that's why Amazon changed it.
I thought that only abbit of people would of tried there luck

I know you're taking the **** (and rightly so) but this comment has made my skin crawl. It's like Mumsnet on this site. You should be required to take some kind of test (both IQ and grammar) before you're allowed to post on websites like this which could otherwise be useful.
#26
Mr.No
Better than than the useless digital credit. Heat.


Hardly useless digital credit when you have 4 Kindles in the house, far from it in fact...
#27
Only offering £1 digital credit for me.
#28
Much prefer the digital credit, pretty great to get a free movie rental every 4 orders or so

Anyone any idea on how to check current balance, its never easy which is odd for amazon
2 Likes #29
TCO200
Much prefer the digital credit, pretty great to get a free movie rental every 4 orders or so
Anyone any idea on how to check current balance, its never easy which is odd for amazon
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000850093&plgroup=1#gc

Try that, Love.
#30
jaydeeuk1
TCO200
Much prefer the digital credit, pretty great to get a free movie rental every 4 orders or so
Anyone any idea on how to check current balance, its never easy which is odd for amazon
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000850093&plgroup=1#gc

Try that, Love.


Yeah, they could still make it much easier rather than having to select to virtually buy something, but thanks for the reminder.
#31
Oneday77
Ooh panty credits again. I guess everyone will get their knickers in a twist.


I misread the title too!
#32
Prefer the media credit myself...
#33
I cobbled together an order last night of bits I wanted.... Amazon then split it into 4 deliveries of which 3 allowed me to get the £3 credit
#34
cheapest thing on amazon which this applies to?
#35
'usual £1 digital credit for no-rush deliveries' is brilliant if you have a Kindle or Amazon TV - it got me all 6 GoT series and the last 7/8 books I have bought as well.

All orders on separate slow deliveries, Amazon then group them up and I get them within a week :-)
1 Like #36
Just me who initially read it as "panty credit"?
#37
does it work on separate orders?
#38
paza12
does it work on separate orders?

Yes, so long as it is sold or fulfilled by Amazon (third party orders won't count) and you choose "no rush" at checkout. Wish you could default it to "no rush" as I much prefer the freebie to the faster delivery, virtually never use the 1 day delivery option...
#39
winstonmanc
BIGUSHEADUS
Shame you can't combine em all together, can you imagine!
I seem to remember some people buying £1 or so items, getting no rush delivery and then getting £3 pantry credits that stacked ....

Yes, I did too, but that was some time AFTER the pantry credits promo had ended, by which time it was impossible to earn any more. During the promo the official line from Amazon (I contacted them as did many others) had been that they wouldn't stack and hence were near useless 'free delivery' coupons. As I result I actually cancelled a number of smaller orders I had made in part for the credits. To be fair though when I complained about being given bad advice they put an extra £5 on my pantry balance, which was decent of them, though still would have been more if I'd kept my orders....
#40
Done!
:D
Thanks kestrelcampbell.
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