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No-Rush Delivery Get a £2.00 credit for Prime Now @ Amazon.co.uk

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Choose FREE No-Rush Delivery and receive £2 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 £2 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 December 31, 2016. Terms and Conditions apply.
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We were having a family bbq that inexplicably turned into a bit of a drinking session. Needless to say the booze ran out and no-one was fit to drive to the supermarket so my son got on his phone and ordered booze via the Prime Now app. it came within 35 mins! And we could plot the whereabouts of our delivery in real time. Astonishing, really.
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I feel funny. prime now supposes to delivery NOW. why do I need prime now if I don't want it now.
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mackdaddy
didsburydan
Ultima2876
bellboys
We were having a family bbq that inexplicably turned into a bit of a drinking session. Needless to say the booze ran out and no-one was fit to drive to the supermarket so my son got on his phone and ordered booze via the Prime Now app. it came within 35 mins! And we could plot the whereabouts of our delivery in real time. Astonishing, really.
It's also good if you sit on your headphones
​and if you forget someone's birthday
Or left a secret santa present at home
Or run out of toilet roll at an inconvenient moment. Although you'd still need to answer the doorbell.
6 Likes
bellboys
We were having a family bbq that inexplicably turned into a bit of a drinking session. Needless to say the booze ran out and no-one was fit to drive to the supermarket so my son got on his phone and ordered booze via the Prime Now app. it came within 35 mins! And we could plot the whereabouts of our delivery in real time. Astonishing, really.

It's also good if you sit on your headphones

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1 Like #1
yea, I got offered this on a £2.34 order, never took it though as wasnt fussed, strangely though never got offered on another order which contained the same items as the first order plus an extra item so it may be hit and miss if you get it
12 Likes #2
I feel funny. prime now supposes to delivery NOW. why do I need prime now if I don't want it now.
1 Like #3
gavin_yang0620
I feel funny. prime now supposes to delivery NOW. why do I need prime now if I don't want it now.


Whaaa? Prime Now delivers within an hour.
3 Likes #4
only in certain areas and only certain products. Download the 'Prime Now' app and it'll tell you whether you can get the 1-2 hour deliveries.
20 Likes #5
We were having a family bbq that inexplicably turned into a bit of a drinking session. Needless to say the booze ran out and no-one was fit to drive to the supermarket so my son got on his phone and ordered booze via the Prime Now app. it came within 35 mins! And we could plot the whereabouts of our delivery in real time. Astonishing, really.
6 Likes #6
bellboys
We were having a family bbq that inexplicably turned into a bit of a drinking session. Needless to say the booze ran out and no-one was fit to drive to the supermarket so my son got on his phone and ordered booze via the Prime Now app. it came within 35 mins! And we could plot the whereabouts of our delivery in real time. Astonishing, really.

It's also good if you sit on your headphones
4 Likes #7
Ultima2876
bellboys
We were having a family bbq that inexplicably turned into a bit of a drinking session. Needless to say the booze ran out and no-one was fit to drive to the supermarket so my son got on his phone and ordered booze via the Prime Now app. it came within 35 mins! And we could plot the whereabouts of our delivery in real time. Astonishing, really.

It's also good if you sit on your headphones


​and if you forget someone's birthday
1 Like #8
didsburydan
Ultima2876
bellboys
We were having a family bbq that inexplicably turned into a bit of a drinking session. Needless to say the booze ran out and no-one was fit to drive to the supermarket so my son got on his phone and ordered booze via the Prime Now app. it came within 35 mins! And we could plot the whereabouts of our delivery in real time. Astonishing, really.
It's also good if you sit on your headphones
​and if you forget someone's birthday

Or left a secret santa present at home
9 Likes #9
mackdaddy
didsburydan
Ultima2876
bellboys
We were having a family bbq that inexplicably turned into a bit of a drinking session. Needless to say the booze ran out and no-one was fit to drive to the supermarket so my son got on his phone and ordered booze via the Prime Now app. it came within 35 mins! And we could plot the whereabouts of our delivery in real time. Astonishing, really.
It's also good if you sit on your headphones
​and if you forget someone's birthday
Or left a secret santa present at home
Or run out of toilet roll at an inconvenient moment. Although you'd still need to answer the doorbell.
4 Likes #10
...that's not a problem as long as you don't turn around and flash your crusty clinker cavern
#11
only £1 for me?
#12
nothing on my app. strange as I order via prime now app a lot.
2 Likes #13
Can't get Amazon prime now in my area. Give me back the digital credits!
4 Likes #14
Is everyone here still drunk? No one seems to make sense.
#15
xstevo99
yea, I got offered this on a £2.34 order, never took it though as wasnt fussed, strangely though never got offered on another order which contained the same items as the first order plus an extra item so it may be hit and miss if you get it
Don't understand what you mean??
2 Likes #16
emzi27
Can't get Amazon prime now in my area. Give me back the digital credits!

Still getting the credits here.

I used to have a shortcut to check the balance, Amazon have changed how you check for credit now and I haven't a clue how much i have :|

Edited By: oliverreed on Sep 24, 2016 11:31
1 Like #17
oliverreed
emzi27
Can't get Amazon prime now in my area. Give me back the digital credits!
Still getting the credits here.
I used to have a shortcut to check the balance, Amazon have changed it now and I haven't a clue how much i have :|

Go to any mp3, click on apply promotional credit (or something like that) under the buy box and it'll tell you how much you have there. This also works with instant video but I sometimes have video only credit which artificially raises the total. This method is lacking in detail but is accurate.

Edited By: magicmousie on Sep 24, 2016 11:35
1 Like #18
oliverreed
emzi27
Can't get Amazon prime now in my area. Give me back the digital credits!
Still getting the credits here.
I used to have a shortcut to check the balance, Amazon have changed how you check for credit now and I haven't a clue how much i have :|

It's annoying that they changed it. I find the easiest way is to go to full browser and click on any chart CD. On the right click more options and then add gift card and it opens a page with your credit amount on.
1 Like #19
Tanweeralqarni
Is everyone here still drunk? No one seems to make sense.

All I know is I'm getting no rush credits for Amazon prime now but it's not even available in my area so it's pointless. I want my digital credits instead!
[helper] 3 Likes #20
Im a prime member, but because I live in the Highlands I am not entitled to prime delivery or no-rush delivery credits.
I don't expect 'next day' delivery but when it's often 3 or 4 days before my order is even dispatched it does get very frustrating. I have raised my concerns with them multiple times, but have been waiting months to find out why pay for prime but receive what is essentially still a non-prime level of service.
Luckily my prime runs out on Monday so my money wasting frustration will be over, but as someone who spends several thousand pounds on items from them every year, I can't help but feel some sort of priority/loyalty scheme would be a better option, than just relegating my location as a non-priority region.


Edited By: PrincessJellybean on Sep 24, 2016 12:34: Clarification
3 Likes #21
emzi27
Tanweeralqarni
Is everyone here still drunk? No one seems to make sense.
All I know is I'm getting no rush credits for Amazon prime now but it's not even available in my area so it's pointless. I want my digital credits instead!

Its credit not credits this is not starwars mate
#22
Still showing £1 Amazon Appstore credit for me :(
#23
khodos
only £1 for me?
I don't understand the question
#24
bellboys
We were having a family bbq that inexplicably turned into a bit of a drinking session. Needless to say the booze ran out and no-one was fit to drive to the supermarket so my son got on his phone and ordered booze via the Prime Now app. it came within 35 mins! And we could plot the whereabouts of our delivery in real time. Astonishing, really.

"That's my boy!" X).
#25
Tanweeralqarni
Is everyone here still drunk? No one seems to make sense.
LOL
#26
PrincessJellybean
Im a prime member, but because I live in the Highlands I am not entitled to prime delivery or no-rush delivery credits.
I don't expect 'next day' delivery but when it's often 3 or 4 days before my order is even dispatched it does get very frustrating. I have raised my concerns with them multiple times, but have been waiting months to find out why pay for prime but receive what is essentially still a non-prime level of service.
Luckily my prime runs out on Monday so my money wasting frustration will be over, but as someone who spends several thousand pounds on items from them every year, I can't help but feel some sort of priority/loyalty scheme would be a better option, than just relegating my location as a non-priority region.

You could have cancelled your Prime at any time - you didn't have to wait for it to expire...

While I can understand your frustration, presumably it costs them a lot more to deliver as a priority to remote areas so they wouldn't be able to include them for the same price.
#27
quidstretchy
khodos
only £1 for me?
I don't understand the question

RTFA
#28
FREEBIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[helper]#29
me_lee
PrincessJellybean
Im a prime member, but because I live in the Highlands I am not entitled to prime delivery or no-rush delivery credits.
I don't expect 'next day' delivery but when it's often 3 or 4 days before my order is even dispatched it does get very frustrating. I have raised my concerns with them multiple times, but have been waiting months to find out why pay for prime but receive what is essentially still a non-prime level of service.
Luckily my prime runs out on Monday so my money wasting frustration will be over, but as someone who spends several thousand pounds on items from them every year, I can't help but feel some sort of priority/loyalty scheme would be a better option, than just relegating my location as a non-priority region.
You could have cancelled your Prime at any time - you didn't have to wait for it to expire...
While I can understand your frustration, presumably it costs them a lot more to deliver as a priority to remote areas so they wouldn't be able to include them for the same price.
If you actually look at what I said; you will see I said that I didn't expect next day delivery. What I do object to, however, is the length of time it takes for my items to be dispatched (ie: the time it takes them to leave the Amazon Warehouse), and the fact I have no option of no rush credits, because all my deliveries are treated as standard delivery by default.
Incidentally, I continued with my prime for so long because they assured me time and time again that the delays in shipping from the warehouses were isolated incidences, and they also said that I should put trust in them to get it right, and that my concerns were being addressed and I should be patient......
Anyway, I'm kind of digressing here; its a big off topic so i will stop mi amazon rantin.... lol X)

That aside the deal posted is a good deal for those that can get it..... :D
2 Likes #30
oliverreed
emzi27
Can't get Amazon prime now in my area. Give me back the digital credits!

Still getting the credits here.

I used to have a shortcut to check the balance, Amazon have changed how you check for credit now and I haven't a clue how much i have :|


​ go to Amazon music
add a song to basket
click more options then redeem a gift card
you can then see your balance
#31
bellboys
We were having a family bbq that inexplicably turned into a bit of a drinking session. Needless to say the booze ran out and no-one was fit to drive to the supermarket so my son got on his phone and ordered booze via the Prime Now app. it came within 35 mins! And we could plot the whereabouts of our delivery in real time. Astonishing, really.
Really cool story, you should write a book about your experience.
#32
I'm getting a £1 digital credit :/
#33
Only offers me £1 also.
#34
Cold as clearly misleading. Also, Prime Now isn't available everywhere...
#35
Im getting very cautious with Amazon. I recieved an email from them saying that i have incurred a high returns % with them and would like me to explain the reasons or they may CLOSE my account!

Ive just totaled up the returns ive done this year and out of 63 purchases in 2016 i have 8 returns, most of which are items of clothing which didn't fit.

Ive pre ordered the amazon Dot but i just feel now that i dont want to invest more into the Amazon eco system when they can so easily close you out of it. Ive looked on line and there are quite a lot of accounts been closed by amazon and when they do you loose all Prime(which i am) any kindle books, any gift vouchers you have, any credit you have you loose the lot.
#36
That be £2 for the driver (tip)
#37
How is this so hot?! Doesn't even stack
#38
PrincessJellybean
me_lee
PrincessJellybean
Im a prime member, but because I live in the Highlands I am not entitled to prime delivery or no-rush delivery credits.
I don't expect 'next day' delivery but when it's often 3 or 4 days before my order is even dispatched it does get very frustrating. I have raised my concerns with them multiple times, but have been waiting months to find out why pay for prime but receive what is essentially still a non-prime level of service.
Luckily my prime runs out on Monday so my money wasting frustration will be over, but as someone who spends several thousand pounds on items from them every year, I can't help but feel some sort of priority/loyalty scheme would be a better option, than just relegating my location as a non-priority region.
You could have cancelled your Prime at any time - you didn't have to wait for it to expire...
While I can understand your frustration, presumably it costs them a lot more to deliver as a priority to remote areas so they wouldn't be able to include them for the same price.
If you actually look at what I said; you will see I said that I didn't expect next day delivery. What I do object to, however, is the length of time it takes for my items to be dispatched (ie: the time it takes them to leave the Amazon Warehouse), and the fact I have no option of no rush credits, because all my deliveries are treated as standard delivery by default.
Incidentally, I continued with my prime for so long because they assured me time and time again that the delays in shipping from the warehouses were isolated incidences, and they also said that I should put trust in them to get it right, and that my concerns were being addressed and I should be patient......
Anyway, I'm kind of digressing here; its a big off topic so i will stop mi amazon rantin.... lol X)
That aside the deal posted is a good deal for those that can get it..... :D

Waiting longer for deliveries is the price you pay for living in such a nice part of the world. I was trying to say (not very well) that maybe it costs them more to send to the highlands - maybe that's why you don't get the 'perks' and maybe why they have less frequent pickups for those areas.

I don't think the credit is that great for me as I don't use it often enough and mine always ends up expiring.
#39
sprite127594
Im getting very cautious with Amazon. I recieved an email from them saying that i have incurred a high returns % with them and would like me to explain the reasons or they may CLOSE my account!
Ive just totaled up the returns ive done this year and out of 63 purchases in 2016 i have 8 returns, most of which are items of clothing which didn't fit.

I'd say 8 non-faulty returns in 9 months is quite a lot, considering Amazon is not exclusively an online clothing retailer (who fully expect a high return rate). Amazon has a generous returns policy on faulty items, but clearly will not encourage your window shopping!

Edited By: tequila_mocking_bird on Sep 26, 2016 16:27
#40
tequila_mocking_bird
sprite127594
Im getting very cautious with Amazon. I recieved an email from them saying that i have incurred a high returns % with them and would like me to explain the reasons or they may CLOSE my account!
Ive just totaled up the returns ive done this year and out of 63 purchases in 2016 i have 8 returns, most of which are items of clothing which didn't fit.
I'd say 8 non-faulty returns in 9 months is quite a lot, considering Amazon is not exclusively an online clothing retailer (who fully expect a high return rate). Amazon has a generous returns policy on faulty items, but clearly will not encourage your window shopping!
But its free returns with amazon on clothing they make a big thing about it so if the items do not fit what's the problem ? I sometimes buy 2 different sizes as i dont know what size will fit as i'm not in store to try it on and return the one that does not fit.

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