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£1 Credit with Amazon Prime Orders (£10 +) When You Choose No Rush Delivery on Selected Items (End's 16th August 2020)
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£1 Credit with Amazon Prime Orders (£10 +) When You Choose No Rush Delivery on Selected Items (End's 16th August 2020)

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£1 Credit with Amazon Prime Orders (£10 +) When You Choose No Rush Delivery on Selected Items (End's 16th August 2020)
Posted 20th Jul 2020

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Not sure if this has been posted before but i have seen a lot of users asking about the "no rush delivery" option which is available for some when making a purchase so hopefully the following may help

3508844.jpgSelect No-Rush Delivery

3508844.jpgAdd at least £10 of eligible
items to your cart


3508844.jpgReceive your
promotional reward


NO-RUSH DELIVERY TERMS & CONDITIONS - UK: Prime customers who choose No-Rush Delivery at checkout will receive a promotional reward worth £1 to redeem on items sold by Amazon on amazon.co.uk (the “Offer”). ELIGIBILITY FOR NO-RUSH PROMOTIONAL REWARD: The Offer applies to certain Prime items sold or dispatched by Amazon at the website amazon.co.uk, excluding giftcards/wrap and items in the following categories Baby, Drugstore, Grocery including infant formula, certain e-cigarettes and cartridges for e-cigarettes (“Qualifying Items”). * To qualify for the Offer you must, during the Offer Period: * be a Prime member * spend £10 or more on either a single Qualifying Item or on Qualifying Items that can be shipped together. * use a payment method with a UK billing address * have a delivery address eligible for Prime Delivery, including No-Rush Delivery. * All UK addresses are eligible for No-Rush Delivery. * Amazon Business Prime customers are not eligible for the Offer. * The Offer is a limited time offer, commencing on 16 July 2020 and intended to end on 16 August 2020 (the “Offer Period”). * Your promotional reward is valid from when your Qualifying Items are dispatched until 16 September 2020 as shown in the confirmation email sent to you. * If you return a Qualifying Item, Amazon reserves the right to cancel your promotional reward or, if it has been redeemed, charge you (using the payment method you used for your original order and without further notice) the value of the promotional reward. USING YOUR NO-RUSH PROMOTIONAL REWARD * Your promotional reward will be applied to your amazon.co.uk account (“Account”) once a Qualifying Item is dispatched. * The promotional reward can only be redeemed on items sold by Amazon, excluding alcohol, baby and infant formula, gift cards/wrap and items sold within warehouse deals (“Eligible Products”). * Your promotional reward may only be redeemed against Eligible Products sold by Amazon EU S.à r.l. from amazon.co.uk. The Offer cannot be redeemed against Amazon digital products, including software/content or marketplace items sold by our third party selling partners. * During the next purchase of an Eligible Product the promotional reward will be automatically deducted from the overall purchase amount. * You will see the promotional reward amount applied in your Order Summary automatically. There is no limit on how many promotional rewards can be used on an order containing Eligible Products. * Your promotional reward will be allocated proportionately among all Eligible Products in your order starting with the oldest valid promotional reward if you have more than one. * To redeem your promotional reward, you must have an Account and you must be located in the UK. * If you use our Buy Now ordering method by selecting the “Buy Now” button, your promotional reward will automatically be deducted from your order. * If you place an order using a promotional reward and return that order, the promotional reward cannot be refunded or re-used. Your refund will equal the amount you paid for each Eligible Product subject to applicable refund policies. * Your promotional reward may not be used on pre-existing orders. GENERAL TERMS * No-Rush Delivery is at no extra cost to Prime customers. • The Offer is non-transferable and cannot be resold. • These No-Rush Delivery Terms & Conditions are subject to change. The Offer is subject to availability and may be withdrawn, modified, extended and/or amended without notice. • The Offer has no cash alternative. amazon.co.uk/gp/…000 - Amazon’s Conditions of Use and Sale apply. • The Offer is a delivery offer related to your Amazon Prime membership; it is not a discount on Qualifying Items purchased. Last updated: July 2020
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they had been running this for some time now as they have not been fulfilling all of their next day deliverys due to apparently using their distribution network for corona supplies around the globe?

personally i find that they shouldn't offer a premium or prime service for a price if they cannot fulfil that service and £1 back doesn't really make it better its not a physical £1 into your account it amazon credit that you are forced to use in another purchase
Edited by: "kobrakaan1" 20th Jul
RoosterNo120/07/2020 03:36

So, let me get this straight -you pay them for a quick delivery service, …So, let me get this straight -you pay them for a quick delivery service, and then accept a token bribe for not using what you paid for ?Sheesh, I've a bridge you can buy...


Its nothing to do with being bribed. Its a choice. Next day option is still there but if you can wait, there's £1 for you. Yes its only £1 and I don't know whether this is possible, but some people may just go for this option and allow a discount to stack up.
kobrakaan120/07/2020 00:07

they had been running this for some time now as they have not been …they had been running this for some time now as they have not been fulfilling all of their next day deliverys due to apparently using their distribution network for corona supplies around the globe?personally i find that they shouldn't offer a premium or prime service for a price if they cannot fulfil that service and £1 back doesn't really make it better its not a physical £1 into your account it amazon credit that you are forced to use in another purchase


You need to be doing 7 no rush orders a month to in effect put Prime on pause. However you could argue that Prime has other benefits that you are using such as TV.

For me I’ve probably paid the years Prime membership with no rush savings. I don’t mind it being credit as I’m a Prime member so quite likely to buy something from Prime!

Have you spoke to Amazon about cancelling your membership...?
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Good spot mate - heat added
merb078620/07/2020 00:05

Good spot mate - heat added


Thanks mate - hopefully it will help other and clear up any confusion they have
they had been running this for some time now as they have not been fulfilling all of their next day deliverys due to apparently using their distribution network for corona supplies around the globe?

personally i find that they shouldn't offer a premium or prime service for a price if they cannot fulfil that service and £1 back doesn't really make it better its not a physical £1 into your account it amazon credit that you are forced to use in another purchase
Edited by: "kobrakaan1" 20th Jul
kobrakaan120/07/2020 00:07

they had been running this for some time now as they have not been …they had been running this for some time now as they have not been fulfilling all of their next day deliverys due to apparently using their distribution network for corona supplies around the globe?personally i find that they shouldn't offer a premium or prime service for a price if they cannot fulfil that service and £1 back doesn't really make it better its not a physical £1 into your account it amazon credit that you are forced to use in another purchase


Here, here. Ordered some weekend stationary for next day prime delivery. Casual as you like they tell me it's coming on Thursday.
kobrakaan120/07/2020 00:07

they had been running this for some time now as they have not been …they had been running this for some time now as they have not been fulfilling all of their next day deliverys due to apparently using their distribution network for corona supplies around the globe?personally i find that they shouldn't offer a premium or prime service for a price if they cannot fulfil that service and £1 back doesn't really make it better its not a physical £1 into your account it amazon credit that you are forced to use in another purchase


Most things are back to 1 day delivery now, even same day delivery has returned.
jamie1520/07/2020 00:12

Most things are back to 1 day delivery now, even same day delivery has …Most things are back to 1 day delivery now, even same day delivery has returned.


same day is for selected areas only

and the between 8am to 5pm is mostly 8am to 9pm for me most deliverys lately and the odd few its got to 9pm and then its changed to by 9pm the next day
Edited by: "kobrakaan1" 20th Jul
Thanks
kobrakaan120/07/2020 00:15

same day is for selected areas only and the between 8am to 5pm is mostly …same day is for selected areas only and the between 8am to 5pm is mostly 8am to 9pm for me most deliverys lately and the odd few its got to 9pm and then its changed to by 9pm the next day


Yes same day is selected areas, but in those selected areas it has returned.

Amazon next day delivery has been until 9pm for a long time, even before the pandemic. Lately I've noticed Amazon using Royal Mail more to fulfil orders, but they also deliver themselves. Either way I've not had a late delivery, the delivery dates on Amazon have been pushed back but when you order it comes way quicker.
I had £1 from this and an email saying it would be deducted from my next order if Amazon was the supplier. It has never been deducted though and I have no idea how to check if it is still on my account.
Zaxxan20/07/2020 00:53

I had £1 from this and an email saying it would be deducted from my next …I had £1 from this and an email saying it would be deducted from my next order if Amazon was the supplier. It has never been deducted though and I have no idea how to check if it is still on my account.


Same here.
Thank you for your posting why is this cold? I have not noticed this. Heat from me
So, let me get this straight -you pay them for a quick delivery service, and then accept a token bribe for not using what you paid for ?
Sheesh, I've a bridge you can buy...
Edited by: "RoosterNo1" 20th Jul
Any idea when amazon will have its prime on offer ?
RoosterNo120/07/2020 03:36

So, let me get this straight -you pay them for a quick delivery service, …So, let me get this straight -you pay them for a quick delivery service, and then accept a token bribe for not using what you paid for ?Sheesh, I've a bridge you can buy...


Its nothing to do with being bribed. Its a choice. Next day option is still there but if you can wait, there's £1 for you. Yes its only £1 and I don't know whether this is possible, but some people may just go for this option and allow a discount to stack up.
I’ve been a bit sneaky a couple of times. I bought two lots of cat food that came in just over £10 and took the “no rush” offer....... happy days. I immediately then bought another pack of cat food (4 cats) for next day delivery and all three packs are coming together the next day. It’s worked twice now x
kobrakaan120/07/2020 00:07

they had been running this for some time now as they have not been …they had been running this for some time now as they have not been fulfilling all of their next day deliverys due to apparently using their distribution network for corona supplies around the globe?personally i find that they shouldn't offer a premium or prime service for a price if they cannot fulfil that service and £1 back doesn't really make it better its not a physical £1 into your account it amazon credit that you are forced to use in another purchase


You need to be doing 7 no rush orders a month to in effect put Prime on pause. However you could argue that Prime has other benefits that you are using such as TV.

For me I’ve probably paid the years Prime membership with no rush savings. I don’t mind it being credit as I’m a Prime member so quite likely to buy something from Prime!

Have you spoke to Amazon about cancelling your membership...?
RoosterNo120/07/2020 03:36

So, let me get this straight -you pay them for a quick delivery service, …So, let me get this straight -you pay them for a quick delivery service, and then accept a token bribe for not using what you paid for ?Sheesh, I've a bridge you can buy...


I mean - your post makes no sense.
You're making reference to a famous incident about London Bridge - mis-selling, but also very much a case of "buyer beware",
Then the idea of a "bribe" - well no, you are paying for next day delivery and if you want next day delivery, you can have it.
However, if you really don't need the item that fast, you can wait a few more days and have £1 of credit in your account.

No bribe and no attempt to not actually provide the services being offered.
Edited by: "Stoofa" 20th Jul
most of my deliveries are now taking two or three days to come as standard
Hopefully they will offer a reduction on the prime costs. Mine has just run out. But don’t want to pay the £80 for full year membership
kobrakaan120/07/2020 00:07

they had been running this for some time now as they have not been …they had been running this for some time now as they have not been fulfilling all of their next day deliverys due to apparently using their distribution network for corona supplies around the globe?personally i find that they shouldn't offer a premium or prime service for a price if they cannot fulfil that service and £1 back doesn't really make it better its not a physical £1 into your account it amazon credit that you are forced to use in another purchase


Suits me fine. Buy a lot from Amazon so a quid off is very welcome!
I wish they had this all the time, most of the time I don't need something the next day, but within a few days is fine.
RoosterNo120/07/2020 03:36

So, let me get this straight -you pay them for a quick delivery service, …So, let me get this straight -you pay them for a quick delivery service, and then accept a token bribe for not using what you paid for ?Sheesh, I've a bridge you can buy...



does the bridge have next day before 5pm delivery?

otherwise I'm out 😁
kobrakaan121/07/2020 11:50

does the bridge have next day before 5pm delivery?otherwise I'm out 😁 …does the bridge have next day before 5pm delivery?otherwise I'm out 😁


Sorry....some time next week, ill give you the exact day so you can book the day off work, and then deliver it the day before.
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