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Just a heads up to point out that Amazon offers 'Same Day Delivery' for London and Birmingham postcodes (£14.99 p&p) !

inc Saturdays and Sundays.

When you choose Same Day Delivery (£14.99 per delivery), items are delivered on the same day you place your order. Qualifying orders must be placed before the deadline displayed on the product detail page and shipped to an eligible address. Currently, this service is available for areas within the M25 Circular Motorway around London and Birmingham in the United Kingdom.

Deliveries will be made between 18:30 and 21:30 Monday to Friday and between 14:30 and 17:30 on Saturdays and Sundays.
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#1
I think it's a fab idea, I'm sure the 14.99 extra would be worth paying on a more expensive item
#2
mrszerrouk
I think it's a fab idea, I'm sure the 14.99 extra would be worth paying on a more expensive item


..... and lastminute gifts :-D
#3
Why is this cold? This is a great idea! Voted hot! Great for gifts for new babies etc too!
#4
voted hot. useful.
#5
Good deal. If you live in London or Birmingham, which is probably why people are voting cold.
#6
Fantastic idea from Amazon. I would be more than prepared to pay that if I needed something urgently.
#7
sadiebabes
Why is this cold? This is a great idea! Voted hot! Great for gifts for new babies etc too!


Thanks sadiebabes :thumbsup:

Think for second before voting - this is not next day but SAME DAY delivery. You can order something at midnoon and the item is delivered within a few hours in London or Birmingham. Not an everyday option but fantastic for lastminute presents.
#8
edi
Thanks sadiebabes :thumbsup:

Think for second before voting - this is not next day but SAME DAY delivery. You can order something at midnoon and the item is delivered within a few hours in London or Birmingham. Not an everyday option but fantastic for lastminute presents.



And for impatient people ordering xboxes, wii's etc! :lol:
#9
Shame I don't live in London but this is a fantastic idea and I hope more online retailers will do same day delivery in the future. Voted hot :)
#10
edi
Thanks sadiebabes :thumbsup:

Think for second before voting - this is not next day but SAME DAY delivery. You can order something at midnoon and the item is delivered within a few hours in London or Birmingham. Not an everyday option but fantastic for lastminute presents.

If you don't live in London or Birmingham, it doesn't matter if they deliver yesterday.
#11
£14.99 for a sunday sameday delivery?
#12
Great way for impatient people to increase their carbon footprint having someone driving around in a hurry all over the place to drop off parcels.
#13
gary_rip
£14.99 for a sunday sameday delivery?


.... between 14:30 and 17:30 on Saturdays and Sundays. :)
#14
Can you imagine this service when they do a misprice :whistling:
[helper]#15
Voting cold for a couple of reasons (sorry Edi)
A) its not a deal - its just an information post about Amazon delivery charges/policy. I know I'm a minority in believing that deals section is for deals, not for tips, so I'll probably be flamed for this....
B) Viking Direct do same day delivery without an additional charge in certain areas, why can't Amazon do the same....
#16
johncas
Can you imagine this service when they do a misprice :whistling:


That will be worth seeing :)


I think it is a great idea - anything expensive will be easily worth the extra £15.


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Be good, Dio :thumbsup:
#17
Shame, they have a massive distribution centre in Bedford near me. That option would be worth paying for expensive items
#18
yes! Nice 1 Amazon! I Qualify!
#19
damn!!! A misprice same day delivery... thats clever thinking, nice one.
#20
This is going to be great for people who work as Amazon will deliver in the evening according to the first post. Better than taking a day off and still the courier doesn't turn up.

Well worth the money as you pay quite a bit for delivery anyway with other companies.
banned#21
Deliveries will be made between 18:30 and 21:30 Monday to Friday


So they're using Royal Mail then? :p
#22
Which products can you buy on same day delivery?
#23
Going_Digital
Great way for impatient people to increase their carbon footprint having someone driving around in a hurry all over the place to drop off parcels.


what difference would that make? another plonker who thinks vehicle pollution is the cause of all pollution i'll bet.....if everyone in the world stop driving this would decrease pollution by less than 1%...every reduction is good but dont believe everything the politicians and the do-gooders tell you...just an excuse to tax you more
#24
Well I voted this hot! I'm not made of money so most of the time supersaver will do, but I can imagine occassions when this will be useful.
#25
billbennett
So they're using Royal Mail then? :p


of course not as Royal Mail's same day means it will turn up next week

the people who work at Royal Mail are so daft it is untrue.....

i made 2 compensation claims recently for damaged goods/non delivery - they sent me a return letter asking for more info (during the strike) - they gave me 10 days and 5 days to respond - thing is these letters took 11 days and 7 days to arrive!!

My response.....did you know that your colleagues are on strike?:roll:
#26
Carbon footprint?

Global Warming: Bring it on!!!!

I want to be growing oranges in my garden soon!

Hehehhehehehe

I would love to see a mispriced lcd being delivered same day looool
#27
Going_Digital
Great way for impatient people to increase their carbon footprint having someone driving around in a hurry all over the place to drop off parcels.


Delivery vans don't leave footprints silly, they leave tyre tracks :santa:

Direct more questions on global warming to:-

http://www.chinese-embassy.org.uk/eng/
#28
royals
of course not as Royal Mail's same day means it will turn up next week

the people who work at Royal Mail are so daft it is untrue.....

i made 2 compensation claims recently for damaged goods/non delivery - they sent me a return letter asking for more info (during the strike) - they gave me 10 days and 5 days to respond - thing is these letters took 11 days and 7 days to arrive!!

My response.....did you know that your colleagues are on strike?:roll:

lol, I had a better one than that. I wrote asking for £11.50 compensation for a CD that they broke. I got a letter back saying that they were sorry but they could not accept responsibility, but would I please take the enclosed cheque for £15 as a goodwill gesture!!! :giggle: :?
#29
tef89
Delivery vans don't leave footprints silly, they leave tyre tracks :santa:


Hah! :-D On the subject of Global Warming: if the UK suddenly stopped producing any CO2 it would make little difference as developing countries would create that much extra within a couple of years :?

Hopefully they extend the sameday delivery to the Dunfermline area once they move into the old Hitachi/Motorola factory!
#30
Going_Digital
Great way for impatient people to increase their carbon footprint having someone driving around in a hurry all over the place to drop off parcels.


Hmmmmmm so they drive around a few days later rather than the same day and that reduces pollution?

Dont think you thought that through did ya.
#31
thespacecowboy
Shame, they have a massive distribution centre in Bedford near me. That option would be worth paying for expensive items


I also live near this. How do we not qualify? Discrimination!
#32
Going_Digital
Great way for impatient people to increase their carbon footprint having someone driving around in a hurry all over the place to drop off parcels.


Whether the parcel gets deliverd in 2 hours or 2 weeks it still has to be driven there. You are quite ridiculously foolish aren't you.
#33
samc
Whether the parcel gets deliverd in 2 hours or 2 weeks it still has to be driven there. You are quite ridiculously foolish aren't you.


The logic is flawed. If there is only one or two people wanting a sunday delivery, the van has to go to a particular area just for them. If there are 30 deliveries on a normal Monday morning, it is more efficient. The differences are not that great however, certainly worth arguing about...

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