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5m, 3d agoFound 5 months, 3 days ago
About FREE No-Rush Delivery

Choose FREE No-Rush Delivery and receive £3 Prime Now credit to your account once this order dispatches. You can use this credit by signing into your Amazon account on the Prime Now app, and we’ll automatically apply the credit at checkout. Only one £3 credit will be applied per Prime Now order. The Offer applies only to orders placed via the Prime Now app and delivered to eligible postcodes.

This promotional credit expires on Jan 31, 2017. Terms and Conditions apply.

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32 Likes
Midlanders
emlin
Is this about Amazon Logistics? Where they don't bother to deliver at all, and if they do they **** on the parcel first?
I love it when they kick the thing up the drive, man, I think that's really cool.
It's not like you wanted what you ordered at all, you're just so cool with da attijude, mon.
Watch the Panorama day in the life as an Amazon Logistics worker, vastly underpaid, overworked ridiculous quotas and 0 work benefits because its classed as self-employed..

Your not wrong they don't even get paid per hour they get paid per batch of parcels, we had bad snow and I said why did you risk coming to my house and he said he won't get paid if it's not delivered today. The self employed sure must suck
23 Likes
emlin
Is this about Amazon Logistics? Where they don't bother to deliver at all, and if they do they **** on the parcel first?
I love it when they kick the thing up the drive, man, I think that's really cool.
It's not like you wanted what you ordered at all, you're just so cool with da attijude, mon.

Watch the Panorama day in the life as an Amazon Logistics worker, vastly underpaid, overworked ridiculous quotas and 0 work benefits because its classed as self-employed..
15 Likes
Is this about Amazon Logistics? Where they don't bother to deliver at all, and if they do they **** on the parcel first?

I love it when they kick the thing up the drive, man, I think that's really cool.

It's not like you wanted what you ordered at all, you're just so cool with da attijude, mon.
11 Likes
Sorry, I have voted cold as like above only applying £3 pantry credit... I was enjoying the no-rush £1 mp3/video credits and saving them up nicely (allowed me to buy mp3's), but now these pantry credits are pants! Non stackable also.

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#1
Doesn't apply to all accounts.
#2
Hmm I still see only 1 pound credit
2 Likes #3
Lol
15 Likes #4
Is this about Amazon Logistics? Where they don't bother to deliver at all, and if they do they **** on the parcel first?

I love it when they kick the thing up the drive, man, I think that's really cool.

It's not like you wanted what you ordered at all, you're just so cool with da attijude, mon.
23 Likes #5
emlin
Is this about Amazon Logistics? Where they don't bother to deliver at all, and if they do they **** on the parcel first?
I love it when they kick the thing up the drive, man, I think that's really cool.
It's not like you wanted what you ordered at all, you're just so cool with da attijude, mon.

Watch the Panorama day in the life as an Amazon Logistics worker, vastly underpaid, overworked ridiculous quotas and 0 work benefits because its classed as self-employed..
3 Likes #6
i only get option for £3 credit for Pantry
32 Likes #7
Midlanders
emlin
Is this about Amazon Logistics? Where they don't bother to deliver at all, and if they do they **** on the parcel first?
I love it when they kick the thing up the drive, man, I think that's really cool.
It's not like you wanted what you ordered at all, you're just so cool with da attijude, mon.
Watch the Panorama day in the life as an Amazon Logistics worker, vastly underpaid, overworked ridiculous quotas and 0 work benefits because its classed as self-employed..

Your not wrong they don't even get paid per hour they get paid per batch of parcels, we had bad snow and I said why did you risk coming to my house and he said he won't get paid if it's not delivered today. The self employed sure must suck
3 Likes #8
Stuff I've ordered this week has been turning up next day with Prime tape sealing up the boxes. And I always choose free super saver, I'm not a prime member.
#9
£3 pantry credit for me also
3 Likes #10
Nah mine is for pantry. Which is pants.
11 Likes #11
Sorry, I have voted cold as like above only applying £3 pantry credit... I was enjoying the no-rush £1 mp3/video credits and saving them up nicely (allowed me to buy mp3's), but now these pantry credits are pants! Non stackable also.
4 Likes #12
cfbc
Sorry, I have voted cold as like above only applying £3 pantry credit... I was enjoying the no-rush £1 mp3/video credits and saving them up nicely (allowed me to buy mp3's), but now these pantry credits are pants! Non stackable also.
I was hoping for £3 digital credits. Have left all my deliveries as next day, not interested in the pants-try credits.
2 Likes #13
WBRacing[/quote
I was hoping for £3 digital credits. Have left all my deliveries as next day, not interested in the pants-try credits.

Yes, likewise I was and agreed. Anymore orders and they can now work harder for next day! I was ordering on a no rush basis and stuff was turning up in 1-2 days anyway, but now everything will be on a next day guarantee and if they miss I will be contacting them!
#14
Free Corona time!!
1 Like #15
Not a Prime member. What are pantry credits?
#16
simonallsopp1
Not a Prime member. What are pantry credits?

Basically free delivery but they do regular events where you can stack em and get free shipping basically
3 Likes #17
Damn I'm tired I wrote basically basically twice
#18
cfbc
Sorry, I have voted cold as like above only applying £3 pantry credit... I was enjoying the no-rush £1 mp3/video credits and saving them up nicely (allowed me to buy mp3's), but now these pantry credits are pants! Non stackable also.



I'm the opposite, getting the mp3 credit but prefer the pantry crefit
#19
I got £3 pantry credit but says that you can only redeem 1 credit per order

Edited By: colin49 on Nov 26, 2016 08:13: Spelling mistake
#20
cfbc
WBRacing
I was hoping for £3 digital credits. Have left all my deliveries as next day, not interested in the pants-try credits.[/quote

Yes, likewise I was and agreed. Anymore orders and they can now work harder for next day! I was ordering on a no rush basis and stuff was turning up in 1-2 days anyway, but now everything will be on a next day guarantee and if they miss I will be contacting them!


Agreed!!
1 Like #21
AStonedRaichu
simonallsopp1
Not a Prime member. What are pantry credits?
Basically free delivery but they do regular events where you can stack em and get free shipping basically

Huh?

Doesn't Prime give you free shipping?
#22
simonallsopp1
AStonedRaichu
simonallsopp1
Not a Prime member. What are pantry credits?
Basically free delivery but they do regular events where you can stack em and get free shipping basically
Huh?
Doesn't Prime give you free shipping?

Pantry is 2.99 shipping pal
#23
Been doing £1 digital credit with anything I order for a while but £3 pantry credit yesterday. Didn't bother ordering in the end. Rubbish.
#24
Still getting the £1 digital credit (better than £3 non-stacking Prime Now credit)
3 Likes #25
AStonedRaichu
simonallsopp1
AStonedRaichu
simonallsopp1
Not a Prime member. What are pantry credits?
Basically free delivery but they do regular events where you can stack em and get free shipping basically
Huh?
Doesn't Prime give you free shipping?
Pantry is 2.99 shipping pal

I know less now than I did before.

Prime sounds confusing.
#27
I got £3 pantry credit :(
1 Like #28
Midlanders
emlin
Is this about Amazon Logistics? Where they don't bother to deliver at all, and if they do they **** on the parcel first?
I love it when they kick the thing up the drive, man, I think that's really cool.
It's not like you wanted what you ordered at all, you're just so cool with da attijude, mon.
Watch the Panorama day in the life as an Amazon Logistics worker, vastly underpaid, overworked ridiculous quotas and 0 work benefits because its classed as self-employed..

You aren't honestly expecting Amazon to give a toss, are you? The site sells bootlegs, and also uploads those bootlegs to its servers as part of it's "AutoRip" feature - an act which is also illegal. And it's no use trying to blame the sellers as it clearly states said bootlegs are "sold and fulfilled by Amazon". There is no report function, Amazon ignore anyone trying to point out they're breaking the law. I've reported all the Prince bootlegs I found to F.A.C.T. who said they will also forward the links on to the BMI.
But take comfort in the adage "the bigger they are the harder they fall".
#29
simonallsopp1
AStonedRaichu
simonallsopp1
AStonedRaichu
simonallsopp1
Not a Prime member. What are pantry credits?
Basically free delivery but they do regular events where you can stack em and get free shipping basically
Huh?
Doesn't Prime give you free shipping?
Pantry is 2.99 shipping pal
I know less now than I did before.
Prime sounds confusing.

Lol sorry basically Amazon pantry is a pantry service where you can buy canned goods / cereal etc.. stuff that belongs in a pantry.

Pantry delivery is not part of Amazon prime, the delivery costs 2.99 for your first box and 99p per box after.
#30
Thank you.

So you get free stuff that you then have to pay for shipping? Even though withPrime you get free shipping? Sounds bizarre.

I looked into Prime on the Amazon website a few months ago, to see what you get for your money but gave up. Want enough info for me to make a decision. I'm still not sure what you get in terms of music streaming and downloads.
#31
amazon being very cheeky! ordered a few items yesterday morning (friday) and all the Amazon Prime stuff says "FREE One-Day Delivery : get it on Monday, Nov. 28"
#32
I got prime now credit 3x £3 but the stuff I need it's not available on the app.
#33
I still only get £1 digital credit - how do they select this?
banned#34
they have given me apps credit !
#35
ramit
I still only get £1 digital credit - how do they select this?
Me too thats all I got
#36
I think k prime now credit is for prime customers becuase you cannot order on primenow app without a prime membership.
#37
How has this got so much heat? Pantry credit is useless. This 'deal' leaves us worse off than the usual £1 digital credit.
1 Like #38
So you won't be offered primenow credit if your not on prime.

Edited By: MR1123 on Nov 26, 2016 10:13
#39
Surely you won't get Prime Now credit if your area doesn't have Prime Now... I'm in Edinburgh and we don't have it yet, even though I'm a Prime member. All that Prime Now gives I understand is delivery within 2 hours?
#40
lolol

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