Amazon Fresh now extended to Bracknell, Wokingham, Basingstoke, Guildford, Woking, Farnham, Aldershot, Farnborough, Camberley, Fleet, Ascot, West Byfleet, Chertsey, Egham - free trial, £20 off first order - HotUKDeals
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Amazon Fresh now extended to Bracknell, Wokingham, Basingstoke, Guildford, Woking, Farnham, Aldershot, Farnborough, Camberley, Fleet, Ascot, West Byfleet, Chertsey, Egham - free trial, £20 off first order

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Available postcodes: CR0,2,4,5,7,8,9 DA5-8,14-18 E (all) EC (all) GU1,3,4,7,8,9,11,12,14-19,21-25,46,47,51,52 IG1-5, 10, 11 KT1-10,12,14-22 N (except N20) NW1,3,5,6,8,11 RG12,21,24,27,29,4… Read More
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4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago
Available postcodes:

CR0,2,4,5,7,8,9
DA5-8,14-18
E (all)
EC (all)
GU1,3,4,7,8,9,11,12,14-19,21-25,46,47,51,52
IG1-5, 10, 11
KT1-10,12,14-22
N (except N20)
NW1,3,5,6,8,11
RG12,21,24,27,29,40,41,42,45
RM8-10,13
SE (all)
SL5
SM (all)
SW (not SW95)
TW1,2,9-12,20
W1,2,6,8-12
WC2 (all)

You get same-day (evening - within your chosen one hour slot) delivery for orders before noon, next morning delivery otherwise.

£20 off first orders over £60 with code SAVE20 - important note, £60 must be AmazonFresh (not those from other suppliers, though Morrisons-branded products are ok) products only and excludes baby milk & alcohol, though you can still add these to your order, you just need £60 from qualifying products

It's quite different from a supermarket delivery as they will collect from some of London's most renowned small shops, such as Paxton & Whifield (cheese), Paul A Young (chocolates), as well as the normal mass-produced fare - e.g., Richmond Sausages £2.00 for 681g - Tesco price £3.

You need Prime to get Fresh, Fresh costs a flat £6.99/month (£84/year) Prime is either £79/year (£39 for students), or £7.99/month. Amazon Fresh deliveries are free over £40, £3.99 under this price.

If you don't currently have Prime, signing up to Amazon with a new email address should give you the free trial for both Prime & Fresh.
dudedude Avatar
4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago
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#2
Also, done this last week





Then just make new email, free prime, free fresh trial. £20 off spend again. Will rinse this offer until it ends
1 Like #3
Still skips me :(
1 Like #4
TW13. So close...
#5
So you have to pay the £6.99 for the first month's subscription?

Does the code still work for London?
1 Like #6
Seems like all the posh areas :(
#7
Yay thanks OP! So you pay 60ish then -20 then 6.99 subscription (then cancel)?
3 Likes #8
shabbird
Seems like all the posh areas :(
Aldershot? ;)
3 Likes #9
Use FAMILYFRESH for £30 off £60 spend. Just had my first delivery on Friday
#10
abusaleh
Use FAMILYFRESH for £30 off £60 spend. Just had my first delivery on Friday

Hi, is that code only for new customers of Amazon Fresh? Thanks :)
#11
Ooh thanks will try this
1 Like #12
Over.The.Knee
abusaleh
Use FAMILYFRESH for £30 off £60 spend. Just had my first delivery on Friday

Hi, is that code only for new customers of Amazon Fresh? Thanks :)


Yes new customers only. Valid until 31 March 2017
1 Like #13
abusaleh
Over.The.Knee
abusaleh
Use FAMILYFRESH for £30 off £60 spend. Just had my first delivery on Friday
Hi, is that code only for new customers of Amazon Fresh? Thanks :)
Yes new customers only. Valid until 31 March 2017

Oh I can't use that code then as I've used Amazon Fresh before.

Thanks so much for the amazingly quick reply! :)
1 Like #14
Rom
Yay thanks OP! So you pay 60ish then -20 then 6.99 subscription (then cancel)?

No you don't pay the £6.99, as it's a free trial for a month.
2 Likes #15
Or use your local shops and save your community from going down the pan. Not that there is much of a community in most of these postcodes anymore!
#16
AndyPr
Or use your local shops and save your community from going down the pan. Not that there is much of a community in most of these postcodes anymore!

actually the point is that this IS using local shops (at least that's an option). They literally pick things up from local shops in London and deliver them to your door.

but someone always needs to have the snide comment, eh?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=202077700
1 Like #17
Not snide, the truth. And as regards my remark about community, I was born in Guildford (St Lukes) Went to school in Camberley and remember Camberley Kate and her dogs which is probably more than virtually everybody living there now. And Amazon getting stuff from local shops is nothing like supporting local independent traders. Just my view which I'm entitled to. No offence intended or implied.
#18
AndyPr
Not snide, the truth. And as regards my remark about community, I was born in Guildford (St Lukes) Went to school in Camberley and remember Camberley Kate and her dogs which is probably more than virtually everybody living there now. And Amazon getting stuff from local shops is nothing like supporting local independent traders. Just my view which I'm entitled to. No offence intended or implied.

what? the point is that you can get, say, a £30/kg turbot delivered from a top fishmonger in London, rather than buying a crappy supermarket fish from your local Tesco. Guildford's fishmonger closed down so that's not even an option - https://foursquare.com/v/chelsea-fishmonger/4da973c01e72c1ab9bdb38ec

Or get Paul A Young's chocolates, which are the best I've had, and made by a skilled craftsman, rather than going to your local Thorntons and getting mass-produced crap.

I support my local greengrocers because it's good and cheap. I don't support my local butcher because it's not. I'm pleased to be able to buy better meat online rather than stick with 'local' or spend £30 and a whole day going into London

Edited By: dudedude on Feb 19, 2017 22:56
2 Likes #19
AndyPr
Not snide, the truth. And as regards my remark about community, I was born in Guildford (St Lukes) Went to school in Camberley and remember Camberley Kate and her dogs which is probably more than virtually everybody living there now. And Amazon getting stuff from local shops is nothing like supporting local independent traders. Just my view which I'm entitled to. No offence intended or implied.


If the local shops did £20 and £30 off a £60 spend, I'd be there.
#20
Interesting. Like a more up market Ocado. Thinking choice would be limited just looked at beers on offer and a pretty good (but expensive) range. May top of using the first order codes. But very unlikely to stay with this.
#21
abusaleh
Use FAMILYFRESH for £30 off £60 spend. Just had my first delivery on Friday

The code's not working for me for some reason. registered newly just now but dont know why. its giving me message of cannot be applied for ur purchase. Is there any speciic purchases eligible for £30 off £60
#22
What's in that fresh bag anyone ?
#23
Musicrab
Interesting. Like a more up market Ocado. Thinking choice would be limited just looked at beers on offer and a pretty good (but expensive) range. May top of using the first order codes. But very unlikely to stay with this.

actually many of the prices are cheap. I got Italian pasta and flour for less than supermarket prices. E.g., Agnesi pasta 85p for 500g, Morrisons De Cecco pasta £1.54.

Some are however very expensive.

The cost far exceeds a Costco membership, say, but you could maybe subscribe for odd months, perhaps at Christmas, and then it is not so bad,
1 Like #24
AndyPr
Not snide, the truth. And as regards my remark about community, I was born in Guildford (St Lukes) Went to school in Camberley and remember Camberley Kate and her dogs which is probably more than virtually everybody living there now. And Amazon getting stuff from local shops is nothing like supporting local independent traders. Just my view which I'm entitled to. No offence intended or implied.
Thank you for bringing back some rather fond memories. I can remember Camberley Kate and her dogs, many of which were pushed around in an old pram. sitting here smiling now and wallowing in other nostalgic memories of the time.:D
#25
Rom
shabbird
Seems like all the posh areas :(
Aldershot? ;)
Got to say if you think Aldershot is posh does'nt say allot for your local area...
#26
David Brent must be in charge https://youtu.be/SQj1hnPz7_A
#27
"£20 off first orders over £60 with code SAVE20 - important note, £60 must be AmazonFresh (not those from other suppliers, though Morrisons-branded products are ok) products only and excludes baby milk & alcohol,"

Dammit.
#28
m.ad
TW13. So close...
Lamberhurst...?
#29

Thanks for posting but where did you get this information as Weybridge (KT13) is still not available despite being on your list. Maybe they are still updating it?
#30
gretgret
Thanks for posting but where did you get this information as Weybridge (KT13) is still not available despite being on your list. Maybe they are still updating it?

yeah sorry that was my mistake
#31
never thought I could make it... but yeah 60 pound grocery shop without alcohol <3
1 Like #32
Manulocarno
never thought I could make it... but yeah 60 pound grocery shop without alcohol <3

you can just get a load of bog roll and washing powder
#33
dudedude
Manulocarno
never thought I could make it... but yeah 60 pound grocery shop without alcohol <3
you can just get a load of bog roll and washing powder
Thanks for the Deal! ;)
#34
Just spoke to Amazon:

"For the £30 off, you need to have been a member of Fresh for 45 days, and had to be your first order. For the £25, you need to be a member for 15 days."

Hope this helps.
#35
maxkaiser
Just spoke to Amazon:
"For the £30 off, you need to have been a member of Fresh for 45 days, and had to be your first order. For the £25, you need to be a member for 15 days."
Hope this helps.
Which one is the voucher for 25£ off?
#36
maxkaiser
Just spoke to Amazon:
"For the £30 off, you need to have been a member of Fresh for 45 days, and had to be your first order. For the £25, you need to be a member for 15 days."
Hope this helps.

Ah... the £30 voucher (after 45 days) not much use then as the free trial only lasts a month.

The £25 voucher I can find no mention of anywhere.
#37
First time I'm hearing of this and I'm in the trial area. So wait a sec, I need to be a Prime member and then pay an additional fee to be a Fresh member? Sounds rather expensive. Anywho, I guess I'm gonna do some research, I'm actually due a grocery run, will see if this turns out to be cheaper than Tesco.

Aldershot, posh?! **steps outside my house, looks around** (_;)
#38
maxkaiser
Just spoke to Amazon:

"For the £30 off, you need to have been a member of Fresh for 45 days, and had to be your first order. For the £25, you need to be a member for 15 days."

Hope this helps.


Funny... I wasn't even subscribed to Fresh until I saw the £30 off offer hovering in the header area of homepage. That was when I joined Fresh trial and used the code same day.
#39
Save20 will get you 20.00 off a 60.00 order!

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