223°
EXPIRED
Amazon Pantry: Buy 4 Eligible Items, Get Free Delivery
Amazon Pantry: Buy 4 Eligible Items, Get Free Delivery

Amazon Pantry: Buy 4 Eligible Items, Get Free Delivery

If you buy 4 tins of Heinz Classic Cream of Chicken Soup, 400g

You will get free delivery on Amazon Pantry

15 Comments

This is standard. I end up ordering 4x £1 items.

Edited by: "AJ92" 18th Oct 2016

Editor

AJ92

This is standard. I end ordering 4x £1 stuff.



I'm not sure what you mean by standard, but it's removing the £2.99 delivery charge as a promotion through October only...

From Saturday, October 1, 2016, get free delivery on your first Amazon Pantry box (£2.99 in value) when you purchase any 4 of the above items. Offer limited to one per customer and account. The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is £2.99. This offer is available to Prime members only. This offer ends at 11:59 p.m.(GMT) October 31, 2016.

BuzzDuraband

I'm not sure what you mean by standard, but it's removing the £2.99 … I'm not sure what you mean by standard, but it's removing the £2.99 delivery charge as a promotion through October only...From Saturday, October 1, 2016, get free delivery on your first Amazon Pantry box (£2.99 in value) when you purchase any 4 of the above items. Offer limited to one per customer and account. The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is £2.99. This offer is available to Prime members only. This offer ends at 11:59 p.m.(GMT) October 31, 2016.


Have ordered from pantry about 5 times this year and never paid delivery.
Edited by: "AJ92" 18th Oct 2016

Banned

any other item's which are eligible?I have £6 pantry credit

sofiasar

any other item's which are eligible?I have £6 pantry credit


Need to buy 4 items from that page so that delivery is free then add what ever else you want. I normally add 4 of the same £1 biscuits or sauces etc

Edited by: "AJ92" 19th Oct 2016

sofiasar

any other item's which are eligible?I have £6 pantry credit



​How can you check your pantry credit, same as gift cards? Or do you have to create a dummy order and work out out at checkout?

Banned

alexjameshaines

​How can you check your pantry credit, same as gift cards? Or do you have … ​How can you check your pantry credit, same as gift cards? Or do you have to create a dummy order and work out out at checkout?



​its a different page. what I do next is add stuff in checkout and see how much p&p is

" and receive free delivery on your first box" I've ordered in the past, no surprise it shows £2.99 delivery fee at checkout.

Original Poster

Uzmini

" and receive free delivery on your first box" I've ordered in the past, … " and receive free delivery on your first box" I've ordered in the past, no surprise it shows £2.99 delivery fee at checkout.



If the delivery fee is still present, go into a chat with Amazon before you place the order, they will knock the delivery charge off your order as you place it

BuzzDuraband

I'm not sure what you mean by standard, but it's removing the £2.99 … I'm not sure what you mean by standard, but it's removing the £2.99 delivery charge as a promotion through October only...From Saturday, October 1, 2016, get free delivery on your first Amazon Pantry box (£2.99 in value) when you purchase any 4 of the above items. Offer limited to one per customer and account. The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is £2.99. This offer is available to Prime members only. This offer ends at 11:59 p.m.(GMT) October 31, 2016.


This is constantly on as far as im aware, have done it multiple times. I think the offer time limit is simply referring to the products listed, at the end amazon will change what products give the free delivery.
Edited by: "Sawb" 18th Oct 2016

Is the Amazon pantry exclusive to prime members only?

Original Poster

kimberleycreighton

Is the Amazon pantry exclusive to prime members only?



Yes, but you can create an account and get prime in minutes

chickentikkaman

If the delivery fee is still present, go into a chat with Amazon before … If the delivery fee is still present, go into a chat with Amazon before you place the order, they will knock the delivery charge off your order as you place it


Alright, thank you for suggestion. I am too lazy though for chat, will rather pay the £2.99.

chickentikkaman

Yes, but you can create an account and get prime in minutes


But isn't it expensive? I've already used my email once for the free trial....

Original Poster

kimberleycreighton

But isn't it expensive? I've already used my email once for the free … But isn't it expensive? I've already used my email once for the free trial....



you can use a different email and get another 30 days prime
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text