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Choose FREE No-Rush Delivery and get a £2.99 Amazon Pantry credit. We’ll automatically apply the credit to your account when your order is dispatched. Use your credit by visiting Amazon.co.uk or the Amazon app. Fill your Amazon Pantry box with items you want to buy, and we’ll automatically apply the credit at checkout. Only customers located in the United Kingdom will be able to redeem their No-Rush promotional credits.

Your order with No-Rush Delivery will arrive in 3 - 5 business days. This No-Rush credit expires on May 22, 2016. Terms and Conditions apply
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124 Likes
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Life's too short to have to do this
66 Likes
Damn I thought it was get a panty credit.
59 Likes
mattgrant
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Life's too short to have to do this

He saved himself £240+ in prime membership fees for what is a 1-2 minutes sign-up process every month. Seems to me like a very good use of his time (_;)
32 Likes
bachgammon

Please explain what you mean. Are you saying you get a free month of Prime membership offered to you every month by email? It's not clear.

No, it means he's abusing the system by signing up to a new Amazon account and taking out a Prime trial every month.
19 Likes
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?


New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years

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#1
hot
1 Like #2
Is it just one allowed or if you purchase more prime items separately, can the credits then be combined?
66 Likes #3
Damn I thought it was get a panty credit.
1 Like #4
My first pantry order was due today, I ordered Wednesday night. Just had email saying that it's been delayed until tomorrow. I think pantry still needs a bit of work. They could also make it easier to amend (cancel items and add new ones). Supermarkets still do this better.
3 Likes #5
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
4 Likes #6
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?

OR, you are an avid Kindle user like my missus - doesn't miss the point for me - I get the Prime money back 3 or 4 times over in "freebies" (even more now I have my £39 student prime activated :D )
19 Likes #7
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?


New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
#8
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?


If you always need things delivered next day it would be pointless, but I bet this isn't the case for most Prime members.
#9
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?


New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years



Do you all mean, your just buying lots of bits with no rush and slowly getting he credits back?
124 Likes #10
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Life's too short to have to do this
9 Likes #11
I want the £1 Amazon promotional credit option back :(
5 Likes #12
Why is it hot? Prime members still have to pay £2.99 for pantry deliveries? So basically your getting the delivery free? You could order groceries in the normal way and not pay delivery, and get it next day instead.
59 Likes #13
mattgrant
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Life's too short to have to do this

He saved himself £240+ in prime membership fees for what is a 1-2 minutes sign-up process every month. Seems to me like a very good use of his time (_;)
2 Likes #14
Do the credit stack if I place multiple separate No Rush deliveries, or is it just one promotional £2.99 added to your account regardless of the number of orders?

Edited By: CapnCal on Mar 18, 2016 08:37
2 Likes #15
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years

Please explain what you mean. Are you saying you get a free month of Prime membership offered to you every month by email? It's not clear.
#16
Done. Thanks for posting. Been wanting to try out Pantry for a while.
#17
bachgammon
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Please explain what you mean. Are you saying you get a free month of Prime membership offered to you every month by email? It's not clear.
Send in a new email to get a 1 month free introduction
1 Like #18
mattgrant
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Life's too short to have to do this

it takes 5 minutes. have you not got 5 mins of your life each month to spare?
32 Likes #19
bachgammon

Please explain what you mean. Are you saying you get a free month of Prime membership offered to you every month by email? It's not clear.

No, it means he's abusing the system by signing up to a new Amazon account and taking out a Prime trial every month.
7 Likes #20
sm182
He saved himself £240+ in prime membership fees for what is a 1-2 minutes sign-up process every month. Seems to me like a very good use of his time (_;)
This is one of your alternate email addresses isn't it? :D

Also, I've not had Prime for 2 months now. WTF is Pantry credit? Do they no longer do the £1 off music? :|

Also also, in case it helps anyone else, if you cancelled Prime and were thinking of going back, they sent me a link to get a £20 voucher if I came back to them:
amazon.co.uk/primecomeback

If that helps?

Ta,
Frosty

Edited By: FrostbiteXIII on Mar 18, 2016 09:06
4 Likes #21
mattgrant
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Life's too short to have to do this


It takes less than a minute. Saved over £200 on prime fees, maybe this site isn't for you :3
#22
Does this work like the £1 video credit ? - Place ten orders and get 10 x £2.99 you can spend on a single pantry order ?
5 Likes #23
benjammin316
mattgrant
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Life's too short to have to do this
It takes less than a minute. Saved over £200 on prime fees, maybe this site isn't for you :3

Eventually Amazon will simply re-code the basis on which they identify you as being unique from being email address to house number / postcode combinations - this being driven by folk like you abusing the system. So enjoy it while you can!
#24
CapnCal
Do the credit stack if I place multiple separate No Rush deliveries, or is it just one promotional £2.99 added to your account regardless of the number of orders?
Pretty sure they don't but if you can be bothered to you can order each item separately
7 Likes #25
sm182
mattgrant
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Life's too short to have to do this
He saved himself £240+ in prime membership fees for what is a 1-2 minutes sign-up process every month. Seems to me like a very good use of his time (_;)
Good point, but there are thousands of ways to save £240 over three years that takes minutes and small amounts of effort/ sacrifice, but I guess we'd all be slaves to the schedule. Changing banks/ financial services/ bills/ heating/ electricity/ fuel/ couponing/ going without/ food switching and even spending time on HUKD for deals to save pennies can all add up in isolation but I guess different people have different priorities in their lives of what and how to save.
I tried this switching each month on Prime for a few months and ditched it myself as too much effort to keep reminders and typing in data and new email addresses and remembering which details were valid that ended up more like 30 mins a month all in for me. My wifes a student so £39 a year (£3.25 p/m) makes it much less messing about for us.
I can see your point though. If that works for you/ others then go for it.
3 Likes #26
Also amazon are more than happy to ban people from buying from them. they just havent got round to this yet.

Sure it wouldnt take much to ban every household and debit card who abuses the system. If you want to act dodgy you can save lots more money elsewhere

As for this deal amazon pantry is a bit rubbish for regular use but look at some of offers they had on here over the months

Edited By: davidian84 on Mar 18, 2016 09:51
#27
nice
1 Like #28
barbiegirl
benjammin316
mattgrant
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Life's too short to have to do this
It takes less than a minute. Saved over £200 on prime fees, maybe this site isn't for you :3
Eventually Amazon will simply re-code the basis on which they identify you as being unique from being email address to house number / postcode combinations - this being driven by folk like you abusing the system. So enjoy it while you can!


I will ;)
#29
Flowerdew
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
If you always need things delivered next day it would be pointless, but I bet this isn't the case for most Prime members.

Getting things next day is a major boon for me, it allows me to do quick turn a round on items without holding lots of stock.
#30
forrest38
Is it just one allowed or if you purchase more prime items separately, can the credits then be combined?
I believe it's per-delivery. The only problem is if you need lots of small things that count as add-on items then you're out of luck.
#31
benjammin316
mattgrant
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Life's too short to have to do this
It takes less than a minute. Saved over £200 on prime fees, maybe this site isn't for you :3
yeah, prime is amazing, but mostly because im super impatient. i would never pay for it though, i'd rather just wait a couple days
#32
Order has to be £3 or more to qualify for the credit
1 Like #33
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?

No no, Amazon are being all kind and stuff!! How very silly indeed of you to suggest that they're charging you money for something you then won't actually use and as such are technically paying for nothing. That's a technicality and I will not hear any criticism of Amazon and the straightforward and honest way they do business.
3 Likes #34
Dear Lemmings,

There's another smoke and mirrors Amazon stunt happening on HUKD. Get on over here and vote it.

Yours,

All at HUKD.
1 Like #35
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
how do you do this please?
#36
Damn and. I have placed 5 different orders yesterday... Would have gotten 15 quid credit for pantry:/
1 Like #37
benjammin316
barbiegirl
benjammin316
mattgrant
benjammin316
Jawz
Pay £79
Then get it back in £3 installments that you have to respend
Unless you use the Prime video or occasional ebook. Does it miss the point of paying for Prime!?
New email every month, free prime forever. Been doing this for 3+ years
Life's too short to have to do this
It takes less than a minute. Saved over £200 on prime fees, maybe this site isn't for you :3
Eventually Amazon will simply re-code the basis on which they identify you as being unique from being email address to house number / postcode combinations - this being driven by folk like you abusing the system. So enjoy it while you can!
I will ;)

What happens if you get banned ?
1 Like #38
signed up to prime in october. Everytime an item does not arrive next I complain & get a free month. Currently got an extra 5 months worth of credit so far. Worth more than the £3 credit.
1 Like #39
bojangles
signed up to prime in october. Everytime an item does not arrive next I complain & get a free month. Currently got an extra 5 months worth of credit so far. Worth more than the £3 credit.
funny i ordered and it didnt arrive next day and i emailed..they sent a replacement and said keep the original if it turns up! it was a £25 item too!
2 Likes #40
A £2.99 pantry from Amazon...bargain, applying through council planning permissions right now for my kitchen extension.

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