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Amazon Prime - Choose FREE No-Rush Delivery (3 - 5 business days) Get a £5.00 Prime Now credit @ amazon.co.uk (members also being offered other credit) - account specific
Amazon Prime - Choose  FREE No-Rush Delivery (3 - 5 business days) Get a £5.00 Prime Now credit @ amazon.co.uk (members also being offered other credit) - account specific

Amazon Prime - Choose FREE No-Rush Delivery (3 - 5 business days) Get a £5.00 Prime Now credit @ amazon.co.uk (members also being offered other credit) - account specific

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About FREE No-Rush Shipping

Choose FREE No-Rush Shipping and get a £5 Prime Now reward added to your account once this order ships. You can use this reward by signing into your Amazon account on primenow.co.uk or the Prime Now app, and we’ll automatically apply the reward at checkout. Limit one £5 reward per one Prime Now order. Offer redemption requires customers to be in eligible Prime Now U.K. postal codes.

This No-Rush reward expires on October 31, 2017. Terms and Conditions apply.

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The whole idea of me having Prime is for next day lol. Amazon you silly buggers!

Account specific, I still get the £1 digital credit for no rush delivery

Toon_army3 h, 37 m ago

The whole idea of me having Prime is for next day lol. Amazon you silly …The whole idea of me having Prime is for next day lol. Amazon you silly buggers!

Not silly at all. It'll relieve the strain on the drivers that have to deal with all the deliveries on prime day (if it's not a flop like last year). £5 on prime now will be worth it for some. Better than the £1 digital or pantry credit they normally offer!
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The whole idea of me having Prime is for next day lol. Amazon you silly buggers!

GHAZI786

Amazon Prime FREE No-Rush Delivery (3 - 5 business days) Get a £5.00 … Amazon Prime FREE No-Rush Delivery (3 - 5 business days) Get a £5.00 Prime Now credit


It's not mentioned in thread title, but wotz the minimum spend to qualify for this sweetener? Ta.

Account specific, I still get the £1 digital credit for no rush delivery

Truly.Yours18

Account specific, I still get the £1 digital credit for no rush delivery



Yep, I get the same £1 digital credit.

I'd assume its location based - why give someone this if they cannot use prime now?

voicon42 m ago

Yep, I get the same £1 digital credit.

Same here and I get prime now where i am based. Grrrrr

Toon_army3 h, 37 m ago

The whole idea of me having Prime is for next day lol. Amazon you silly …The whole idea of me having Prime is for next day lol. Amazon you silly buggers!

Not silly at all. It'll relieve the strain on the drivers that have to deal with all the deliveries on prime day (if it's not a flop like last year). £5 on prime now will be worth it for some. Better than the £1 digital or pantry credit they normally offer!

The selection of items available on prime now in my area makes it pointless!

Definitely account specific, mine is still coming up as £1 digital credit /:

How do I check this without having to place an order?

ashbarron14 m ago

How do I check this without having to place an order?



Just put an order through your basket, look at your delivery options, and don't complete the final payment stage.

Not getting it myself, but I have a crewed £35 of digital credit that I will use for MP3's and MP4's.

If you order soon enough or early, then it makes it more worthwhile especially if some items are only £2.50-£5 for the childrens birthdays, They then get the benefit of a cheaper film that I buy them to keep also or music.....

I still use the next day "prime" though when I need next day or have forgotten.

We don't have Prime Now in our area, so not that bothered, but the digital credits are good...

Mine is also 1 pound App Store credit.
Has anyone actually got the 5 pound prime now other than the OP?

Be funny if its only people who dont have Prime Now in their area getting the £5 for Prime Now

Just tried it and i am getting the £5 offer

I had it come up as an option but I didn't buy the item.

I am a regular user.

Is the option depending on the value of item? Mine was over £100.

I normally get £10 discount on Prime Now every time I create a new trial account, usually buy my new release games that way as top titles are normally in stock on release day and delivered within 2 hours.

It'll be area specific, I'm showing the offer on a £30 item and I live in a Prime Now area.

It's because delivery companies are still suffering from the cyber attack and can't create new pickups etc for delivery.

Its offering me a £5 credit for AmazonFresh:

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cfbc42 m ago

Not getting it myself, but I have a crewed £35 of digital credit that I …Not getting it myself, but I have a crewed £35 of digital credit that I will use for MP3's and MP4's. If you order soon enough or early, then it makes it more worthwhile especially if some items are only £2.50-£5 for the childrens birthdays, They then get the benefit of a cheaper film that I buy them to keep also or music.....I still use the next day "prime" though when I need next day or have forgotten.We don't have Prime Now in our area, so not that bothered, but the digital credits are good...

Keep in mind that the credit expires after a few months. You need to get on chat to ask them when.

Iv never used prime now as it's not in my area but I could get something delivered to my sister who is. I tried a £2 item and it offered me £1 credit, I then tried a £5.99 item and it offered me the £5 credit

I'm in a Prime Now area, but it's just offering me the £1 digital credit. Oh well.

ScroopEgerton1 h, 57 m ago

Just put an order through your basket, look at your delivery options, and …Just put an order through your basket, look at your delivery options, and don't complete the final payment stage.



Thanks
Just checked and I get the £5

i think its a great idea. although im a prime member, sometimes, im not in a rush for my order

I've just checked this with amazon customer service and they confirmed that this not a promotion they offer. This was also checked with management and this is definitely fake deal. This may be a bug and will be investigated.

How do you check how much digital credit you have accumulated?

it's a real deal and I've got the same offer. For those getting just £1 digital credit, try increasing your order value above £15.
My initial order was for £4 but when I added something else on I was offered the £5 Now credit.
I've just looked at the Prime Now page and I don't think there's much I could buy to take me up to the minmum £20 spend.

PrimeNow itself has an offer on, spend £40 and you gte £10 that order plus additional £10 credit for future spend. Use code 10Now40

loofer

it's a real deal and I've got the same offer. For those getting just £1 … it's a real deal and I've got the same offer. For those getting just £1 digital credit, try increasing your order value above £15.My initial order was for £4 but when I added something else on I was offered the £5 Now credit.I've just looked at the Prime Now page and I don't think there's much I could buy to take me up to the minmum £20 spend.PrimeNow itself has an offer on, spend £40 and you gte £10 that order plus additional £10 credit for future spend. Use code 10Now40



Usually the order value must be the same or more as the value of credit given, in this case over 5 pound.

paulj48

I normally get £10 discount on Prime Now every time I create a new trial … I normally get £10 discount on Prime Now every time I create a new trial account, usually buy my new release games that way as top titles are normally in stock on release day and delivered within 2 hours.


I was looking at this to get the next Call of Duty game and thought it would be the best way to get a discount on the game.

Doesn't work for me. Tried high-value items too.

I use Amazon a lot, so they're not gauging it off of that type of customer.

£5 would be nice, but all I get is £1 credit.
But, I've had over £300 of credit in the last 6 months, 99.9% was from free items being sent to me
And no, I haven't bothered to review them.

I got offered the £5 Prime Now credit just now, came to HUKD and found this thread already posted.

My order was for £9

Here are the details on the £5 Amazon Fresh credit for No-Rush delivery:

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About FREE No-Rush Delivery
Only customers located in selected UK postcodes where AmazonFresh is available will be able to redeem their No-Rush promotional rewards. Choose FREE No-Rush Delivery and you'll receive a £5 promotional reward that can be applied towards an AmazonFresh order. Your reward will be automatically applied to your Amazon.co.uk account when your order is dispatched. Your £5 No-Rush reward will automatically be applied the next time you place an AmazonFresh order. To redeem your ₤5 reward, log on to Amazon.co.uk/fresh, or open the Amazon app on your smart phone. Eligible customers who are not currently AmazonFresh members can get a FREE 30-day trial – visit amazon.co.uk/fre…ial to find out more. Once you have signed up you can reserve a delivery slot, add items to your basket and we’ll automatically apply the reward at checkout. You may only redeem one promotional reward per order. The offer is not valid and will not be applied to baby formula, alcohol or products sold by Local Shops & Markets sellers.

Toon_army

The whole idea of me having Prime is for next day lol. Amazon you silly … The whole idea of me having Prime is for next day lol. Amazon you silly ****!



It is, yes, but do your Christmas shopping before the deadline and you'll end up getting back the cost of Prime in credit with no inconvenience to yourself.

All my Amazon Prime deliveries are 'no rush' 4-7 days and I've never had a penny of credit. The idea of next day delivery is nothing but a pipe dream. Ah, the joys of living rural.

prime now not in my area

Forget next day delivery in North Norfolk! Whilst purchases might be advertised as Prime delivery they always take 2 or 3 days to get to me. Are Amazon phasing out Prime delivery in rural areas just like they phased out free delivery under £10?

Probably the same credit you get if you havent used Amazon Prime Now.
You may also get it for Amazon pantry or Amazon Fresh if you haven't used those.

Not really a deal, as these deals have been active for a while
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