1 Hour Delivery from Morrisons via Amazon Prime Now App
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1 Hour Delivery from Morrisons via Amazon Prime Now App

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Found 16th Nov 2016Made hot 16th Nov 2016
Just saw this news article:

engadget.com/201…ons

Download the Amazon Prime Now app

Enter your Post Code

If eligible for Prime Now - you will see an icon for Morrisons

Place your order

Get it delivered in an hour

Min Order: £20

Check whether they cover your postcode here:
amazon.co.uk/Pri…031
- escortboy

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One hour delivery is £6.99 but the 2 hour is free.
It's only in certain areas but if you have prime it's great for groceries in 2 hours!

well overpriced is morrisons and there more card is now a joke.

dunny06

well overpriced is morrisons and there more card is now a joke.



I agree all the Cards from Necter to Tesco are not what they used to be, suppose we should be grateful, Aldi and Lidl don't offer anything. I did well with the recent Morrison / Amazon gift card deal and go £25 worth of More Vouchers, there's never been that kind of deal with Sainsbury or Tesco.

dunny06

well overpriced is morrisons and there more card is now a joke.



​the grocery section is actually pretty well priced on Amazon

The Engadget article mentions "selected London and Hertfordshire" locations. I can get prime now in Leeds but there is no "Morrisons at Amazon" section.

hotukfeels

The Engadget article mentions "selected London and Hertfordshire" … The Engadget article mentions "selected London and Hertfordshire" locations. I can get prime now in Leeds but there is no "Morrisons at Amazon" section.


I've got it in Manchester, but I can actually see the Morrisons from my house so they must be taking their sweet sweet time for it to take them 2 hours to get here!
Edited by: "tattertatter" 16th Nov 2016

Used this on Monday, brilliant. And very well priced I found.

fattyuk

​the grocery section is actually pretty well priced on Amazon



Wow....disagreeing with an HUKD expert comment! Brave.

LesD

Wow....disagreeing with an HUKD expert comment! Brave.



​sorry am I being stupid was that a response to the person I responded to?

Ralph888

I agree all the Cards from Necter to Tesco are not what they used to be, … I agree all the Cards from Necter to Tesco are not what they used to be, suppose we should be grateful, Aldi and Lidl don't offer anything. I did well with the recent Morrison / Amazon gift card deal and go £25 worth of More Vouchers, there's never been that kind of deal with Sainsbury or Tesco.



The supermarkets blamed the reduced loyalty card benefits on EU Regulation putting a cap on credit card interchange fees.

europa.eu/rap…htm

jai47

Check whether they cover your postcode … Check whether they cover your postcode here:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Prime-Now/b?ie=UTF8&node=6584642031- escortboy


This only confirms if Prime Now is available, not if the new expanded Morrissons section is.

Look forward to seeing this appear on my app,heat added

dunny06

well overpriced is morrisons and there more card is now a joke.


Spot on . Stupidly overpriced and apart from the odd special deal , not worth bothering with .

tattertatter

I've got it in Manchester, but I can actually see the Morrisons from my … I've got it in Manchester, but I can actually see the Morrisons from my house so they must be taking their sweet sweet time for it to take them 2 hours to get here!



Oh I suppose they were just waiting around for you to order

roomanaimtiaz

Oh I suppose they were just waiting around for you to order


Ahh, I see, everytime someone orders they have to recruit, employ, train and equip someone specifically for that order? In that case I take my hat off to them, 2 hours is impressive.

fattyuk

​sorry am I being stupid was that a response to the person I responded to?



I thought you were brave to disagree with that 'expert' comment. As you can see, others then jump on the bandwagon.

I always have to laugh at such generic so-and-so is cheap/expensive/shoddy/etc postings.

LesD

I thought you were brave to disagree with that 'expert' comment. As you … I thought you were brave to disagree with that 'expert' comment. As you can see, others then jump on the bandwagon.I always have to laugh at such generic so-and-so is cheap/expensive/shoddy/etc postings.



I understand now

Yer comments like mine some people dont like, as mainly im someone who actually knows what there talking about

Been ordering groceries from prime now for about 6 months so kind of know how well priced it is!

I suppose all the naysayers are the people who havent ever ordered grociers from or even a member or prime now

but there is price difference as morrisons selling lurpak butter 250gm for £1 but on here amazon its £1.70...

rana1

but there is price difference as morrisons selling lurpak butter 250gm … but there is price difference as morrisons selling lurpak butter 250gm for £1 but on here amazon its £1.70...



And?

Does the Now5 voucher work for first time users?

Before seeing this post I have used the prime now Morrisons deal. Worked really well for me and was competitively priced.

not sure why its not in the freebie section but saying that, this "deal" is smoking hot. good find op.

fattyuk

And?


And he is pointing out there is a price difference which is quite a helpful thing to point out I would have thought.

Amazed that some poundland-shoppers are here complaining about the prices (which are normal), yet failed to grasped the basic concept of how convenient it to have the ability of getting your weekly shop delivered at your door in under 2 hours for free with only a £20 spend.

This is a game changer in the industry. Well done Amazon and Morrisons.
Edited by: "manbearpig" 16th Nov 2016

Thanks OP. May not have noticed it otherwise.

I did this last week and got a bit over excited about it. It was a little anti-climatic when this big greasy man arrived in his ford escort with my shopping.You also get "encouraged" to tip the delivery driver (£2 default) which I did.

Needless to say it's still very convenient although the selection on the app is very limited!!!!! I think Its a solution having to run down the shop, rather than a solution to doing your big main shop.

fattyuk

And?



£1 is less than £1.70.

fattyuk

I understand now :DYer comments like mine some people dont like, as … I understand now :DYer comments like mine some people dont like, as mainly im someone who actually knows what there talking about Been ordering groceries from prime now for about 6 months so kind of know how well priced it is!I suppose all the naysayers are the people who havent ever ordered grociers from or even a member or prime now



You know what you're talking about but can barely string a sentence together. Oh, the irony.

Prime now have been selling things from Morrisons for a while. Is there a dedicated section now?
The few times that I've ordered fresh food, has tasted really awful

​no one said

qwerta369

You know what you're talking about but can barely string a sentence … You know what you're talking about but can barely string a sentence together. Oh, the irony.



​is that all can contribute to this Thread a verbal attack on me?

qwerta369

You know what you're talking about but can barely string a sentence … You know what you're talking about but can barely string a sentence together. Oh, the irony.



​is that all can contribute to this Thread a verbal attack on me?

rana1

but there is price difference as morrisons selling lurpak butter 250gm … but there is price difference as morrisons selling lurpak butter 250gm for £1 but on here amazon its £1.70...



​if this is the case it chills this deal right down surely? no other supermarket premium delivery service sneakily inflates prices to make more money that I know of. I wonder how many, if any, other items they inflate prices within this service?

Benn99

You also get "encouraged" to tip the delivery driver (£2 default) which I … You also get "encouraged" to tip the delivery driver (£2 default) which I did.



How are you encouraged?

https://s21.postimg.org/cu88t8lc7/12f54a1061d02e10df66470275057643.jpghttps://s21.postimg.org/cu88t8lc7/12f54a1061d02e10df66470275057643.jpg

I have prime now but don't see any Morrisons logo? There is frozen foods etc though so I dunno?

watch out, Amazon automatically add a tip. Although I always tip....

Not in my area yet.

I've a feeling its just going to be rolled out around major cities

Works for me in Southampton area. No Morrisons logo but placed an order for groceries, value £20.01 and 2 hour delivery.

ykhan16

Not in my area yet.I've a feeling its just going to be rolled out around … Not in my area yet.I've a feeling its just going to be rolled out around major cities



Im near guildford which isnt a major city

cjdean1983

​if this is the case it chills this deal right down surely? no other s … ​if this is the case it chills this deal right down surely? no other supermarket premium delivery service sneakily inflates prices to make more money that I know of. I wonder how many, if any, other items they inflate prices within this service?




"? no other supermarket premium delivery service sneakily inflates prices to make more money that I know of"

What other supermarkets offer 2 hour delivery upto midnight for same day ordering?

also thats only 1 example, i buy plenty of veg fresh meat for pretty standard prices
Edited by: "fattyuk" 17th Nov 2016

fattyuk

I understand now :DYer comments like mine some people dont like, as … I understand now :DYer comments like mine some people dont like, as mainly im someone who actually knows what there talking about :)Been ordering groceries from prime now for about 6 months so kind of know how well priced it is!I suppose all the naysayers are the people who havent ever ordered grociers from or even a member or prime now



Always good to have people around that know what they're talking about.
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