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£10 off a £40 spend at amazon pantry this weekend for prime members
£10 off a £40 spend at amazon pantry this weekend for prime members

£10 off a £40 spend at amazon pantry this weekend for prime members

This is off selected products, but there are a lot of products in the deal,

prime members only

Amazon Pantry Birthday Weekend: Get £10 off your order when you spend £40 or more on selected products
Celebrate Amazon Pantry's first birthday by spending £40 or more on the selected products below to receive £10 off your order. The savings will be applied at the checkout. This offer expires at 23:59 BST on Sunday 13th November 2016. See terms & conditions.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…day
- watson44

47 Comments

What's the code

Original Poster

david2411

What's the code


It says the savings will be applied at checkout, no code needed

Right thanks

Its not saying it on mine :-(

Original Poster

1234321

Its not saying it on mine :-(


are you signed in as a prime member?

mutter6

are you signed in as a prime member?


Yes :-(

mutter6

are you signed in as a prime member?


Just tried it on the iPad instead of my phone and the offers there, thank you :-)

Original Poster

1234321

Yes :-(


when im on the home page for daily deals on the top right of the deals there is a amazon pantry box, i clicked on that and the deal came up.

It's £3 for delivery though. Even for Prime. I am amazed that Pantry is not already shut down by its 1st birthday.

not a great selection

And all at higher than normal prices, to compensate for the £10 off, by the looks of it.

Most of that is cheaper in town, but is it 25% cheaper? Certainly no stand out products I can see.

Firefly1

It's £3 for delivery though. Even for Prime. I am amazed that Pantry is … It's £3 for delivery though. Even for Prime. I am amazed that Pantry is not already shut down by its 1st birthday.


Who delivers groceries free?

quidstretchy

Who delivers groceries free?



Actually quite easy to get free (or extremely cheap) grocery delivery from the big 3 with a few provisos. Sainsburys do free delivery on £100 spend on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. Asda sometimes sends out free delivery coupons but if not you can still get it delivered for as low as £1 if you aren't fussy about what time your delivery is (night ones often cheaper)...

Still a good deal by Amazon, I'd be tempted to use it myself but just had some stuff off them recently and as mentioned their range isn't exactly huge so I'll probably have to pass this time...

quidstretchy

Who delivers groceries free?



Most grocery companies where you pay a yearly annual fee - and you usually get an hour delivery slot. Some do it for free without a yearly annual free if you spend enough. (Not sure if you were being sarcastic?)
Edited by: "Firefly1" 12th Nov 2016

Thanks op going to stock up and washing capsules. 7 packs delivered free, works out at £4.57 a pack, just paid £6 a pack at tesco and cheapest I've ever got them was £5.00 so overall a good saving for me and will probably last me till this time next year X)

I added some qualifying other products to get free delivery too

Cheers ordered

retep

I added some qualifying other products to get free delivery too


HI, I tried that with no luck... which are the ones you added..Ta.

Sponge

And all at higher than normal prices, to compensate for the £10 off, by … And all at higher than normal prices, to compensate for the £10 off, by the looks of it.


look out for the offers on Fairy detergent and Ariel detergent, this makes it good value.

KINGYFUN

HI, I tried that with no luck... which are the ones you added..Ta.



I added some advent calendars

quidstretchy

Who delivers groceries free?


Ocado because I have a delivery pass. I have a delivery pass for amazon too, Prime.

retep

I added some advent calendars


Many thanks...

too limited sections

Thanks ordered, though going to put a few pounds on

54 Corona delivered for 39 quid, stop moaning!!!

And you can use the deal more than once...

oliverreed

54 Corona delivered for 39 quid, stop moaning!!!



That's 17,820ml of Corona for £39. This is 21.8p per 100 ml.
It's 23.6p per 100ml on offer at Ocado before I apply a £20 off new customer code (Or £25 off with free delivery if spending £100) which would make it considerably cheaper. Otherwise there's not much in it!

I was looking at the Ariel liquid as perhaps better value as to whether the £10 off £40 on that item makes them considerably cheaper than the supermarkets.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 12th Nov 2016

Firefly1

That's 17,820ml of Corona for £39. This is 21.8p per 100 ml.It's 23.6p … That's 17,820ml of Corona for £39. This is 21.8p per 100 ml.It's 23.6p per 100ml on offer at Ocado before I apply a £20 off new customer code (Or £25 off with free delivery if spending £100) which would make it considerably cheaper. Otherwise there's not much in it! I was looking at the Ariel liquid as perhaps better value as to whether the £10 off £40 on that item makes them considerably cheaper than the supermarkets.



Scratch that. "Selected Items" What A Joke. If you were just filling your Pantry basket as usual expecting £10 to celebrate the 1 year anniversary, then you are very unlikely to get the voucher applied. Can't even buy the Ariel liquid with a discount.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 12th Nov 2016

They should rename it to Amazon Pantsry

You can get the £2.99 delivery charge discounted of you buy 4 eligible items from here:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…ion

I bought the Mars Advent calendar for £1, 4 pack of Heinz tomato soup for £2, and 2 Weetabix products which are £1.47 and £1.50.
This totaled £5.97 but if you remove the postage you're actually paying £2.98 extra for all that stuff.

Make sure you have £40 of stuff from the page before you add the above items.
You should have £12.99 discount if you've done it properly.

quidstretchy

Who delivers groceries free?


Sainsburys, if the order is over £100 and delivered in the afternoon.

escortboy

You can get the £2.99 delivery charge discounted of you buy 4 eligible … You can get the £2.99 delivery charge discounted of you buy 4 eligible items from here:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/pantry/info/pantrypromotionI bought the Mars Advent calendar for £1, 4 pack of Heinz tomato soup for £2, and 2 Weetabix products which are £1.47 and £1.50.This totaled £5.97 but if you remove the postage you're actually paying £2.98 extra for all that stuff.Make sure you have £40 of stuff from the page before you add the above items.You should have £12.99 discount if you've done it properly.


To really 'play the game' add 4 of the mars calendars. They are in the free delivery scheme AND the £10 off £40 scheme so they count towards your total as well as getting your delivery costs knocked off. Downside is obvious, who the hell wants a mars bar advent calendar? But they'll only cost you 25p each, or less if you factor in the tenner off.

I'm assuming the selection of items must have been better before because it's fairly bleak now. Not a great offer [anymore]
Edited by: "colourpie" 13th Nov 2016

EMtart

Thanks op going to stock up and washing capsules. 7 packs delivered free, … Thanks op going to stock up and washing capsules. 7 packs delivered free, works out at £4.57 a pack, just paid £6 a pack at tesco and cheapest I've ever got them was £5.00 so overall a good saving for me and will probably last me till this time next year X)



Same here - got an extra 12 pack for free as well due to being an Amazon student member (it was the Persil) and they were a free delivery item on 4+ so equals 11.50p a capsule.

colourpie

To really 'play the game' add 4 of the mars calendars. They are in the … To really 'play the game' add 4 of the mars calendars. They are in the free delivery scheme AND the £10 off £40 scheme so they count towards your total as well as getting your delivery costs knocked off. Downside is obvious, who the hell wants a mars bar advent calendar? But they'll only cost you 25p each, or less if you factor in the tenner off.I'm assuming the selection of items must have been better before because it's fairly bleak now. Not a great offer [anymore]


I tried doing that before I ordered but it didn't discount delivery. Must be 4 different items from that page. Also those items don't feature on the £10 off a £40 page so you can't use them as part of your £40 spend unfortunately.

skellyness

Same here - got an extra 12 pack for free as well due to being an Amazon … Same here - got an extra 12 pack for free as well due to being an Amazon student member (it was the Persil) and they were a free delivery item on 4+ so equals 11.50p a capsule.


How are they free? I can't see it?

Tried again but no, still can't make what I'd call a worthwhile purchase from the limited selection. Thought I was doing well then realised I'd strayed back into the normal pantry!

escortboy

How are they free? I can't see it?



Came up as an extra promotion offer when I bought them - I was told to add the 12 pack to the basket and they would be added free at checkout (Amazon student accounts only though)

skellyness

Came up as an extra promotion offer when I bought them - I was told to … Came up as an extra promotion offer when I bought them - I was told to add the 12 pack to the basket and they would be added free at checkout (Amazon student accounts only though)


Yeah I have that but didn't buy any washing stuff because I have about 500 washes worth left from a previous offer!

skellyness

Same here - got an extra 12 pack for free as well due to being an Amazon … Same here - got an extra 12 pack for free as well due to being an Amazon student member (it was the Persil) and they were a free delivery item on 4+ so equals 11.50p a capsule.


There are some 30 packs of washing capsules on the main pantry site with coupons that bring them down to £3, so 10p a wash.
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