Guardians of the Galaxy CD, Amazon, inc autorip, £3.00, £2.99 pantry credit. (Prime exclusive)
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Guardians of the Galaxy CD, Amazon, inc autorip, £3.00, £2.99 pantry credit. (Prime exclusive)

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Found 20th Mar 2016
Very dependant on if you like the album..and if you are Prime...but...

CD soundtrack which is decent enough. Free auto rip so MP3 downloaded to Amazon devices. Plus no rush gets you £2.99 Amazon Pantry credit.

Might be worth it for some.

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Bargain love this album, can't go wrong really at that price and pantry credit is just a bonus!

probably a silly question but can the pantry credit be stacked i feel like i already know the answer but thought i'd ask lol

saw this week's ago but I'm not a prime customer

No pantry credit on this for me :-(

no pantry credit for me either, its because its out of stock and its on ''Priority Delivery'' meaning you still get it quick but not next day

Really good album. We got it on google downloads ages ago for 99p.

Original Poster

Strange. I just followed the link, went through the motions. Still in stock, prime next day offered and pantry credit alternative. Strange. Worth trying again?

Rufus Rules

Really good album. We got it on google downloads ages ago for 99p.



​lol yeah remember that & duh never got! Been in wish list since....waiting

What is this Exclusive for Prime customers rubbish??
So the rest of us can't even buy this from Amazon any more?

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dan5

What is this Exclusive for Prime customers rubbish??So the rest of us … What is this Exclusive for Prime customers rubbish??So the rest of us can't even buy this from Amazon any more?



No, my understanding is that the 2.99 pantry deal is for prime customers. Non prime should still be able to purchase the CD for three quid and get the auto rip but would have to do whatever non-prime customers do for postage etc.

Good album this, got it on vinyl. With the credit effectively making it free, this is a bargain!

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EduardoBianco

No, my understanding is that the 2.99 pantry deal is for prime customers. … No, my understanding is that the 2.99 pantry deal is for prime customers. Non prime should still be able to purchase the CD for three quid and get the auto rip but would have to do whatever non-prime customers do for postage etc.



£10.70 for non prime members
Lol plus delivery if not over £20
Bloody joke

Edited by: "daveyboy7474" 20th Mar 2016

EduardoBianco

No, my understanding is that the 2.99 pantry deal is for prime customers. … No, my understanding is that the 2.99 pantry deal is for prime customers. Non prime should still be able to purchase the CD for three quid and get the auto rip but would have to do whatever non-prime customers do for postage etc.




No, you actually can't buy it at all from Amazon themselves unless you have Prime. Instead of 'Add to basket' it says 'Get Prime'. It's pretty insidious if this becomes a trend and there's certain goods off-limits unless you're a paying member.
Edited by: "montblanc" 20th Mar 2016

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montblanc

No, you actually can't buy it at all from Amazon themselves unless you … No, you actually can't buy it at all from Amazon themselves unless you have Prime. Instead of 'Buy' it says 'Get Prime'. It's pretty insidious.



Oh right. No idea they did that. Unfair enough.

Look, stop complaining if you don't have Prime etc. Amazon aren't obliged to do anything (taxes aside) - they're a business. I haven't got a Costco near me and I'm not a member, but there's no point in me whining about it.

montblanc

No, you actually can't buy it at all from Amazon themselves unless you … No, you actually can't buy it at all from Amazon themselves unless you have Prime. Instead of 'Buy' it says 'Get Prime'. It's pretty insidious.


Insidious is a bit OTT but you're right that this is a Prime exclusive deal.

"Dispatched from and sold by Amazon exclusively for Prime members."

I have prime, no mention of the pantry credit for slow delivery.

I hate the self entitlement people seem to have these days, it's hardly a 'joke' or 'insidious' offering something to those customers who have already paid up for a service they provide. If you want the offer too, buy Prime. If you don't want Prime, stop moaning. No one HAS to offer you anything at all.

Good deal though music not to my taste.

If you're non prime you can get this for £3.06 delivered from one of the alternative sellers on amazon too

Arnie440

I hate the self entitlement people seem to have these days, it's hardly a … I hate the self entitlement people seem to have these days, it's hardly a 'joke' or 'insidious' offering something to those customers who have already paid up for a service they provide. If you want the offer too, buy Prime. If you don't want Prime, stop moaning. No one HAS to offer you anything at all.



What if you wanted to buy it from amazon rather than 3rd party? Currently you can't. They could start doing that with more things. If you went into HMV and took something up to the counter and they said sorry you can't have that, it's only for special club members you'd think it was a bit off too. It's no massive deal, it's more 'entited' that you your self are moaning about people not liking this.

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Edited by: "montblanc" 20th Mar 2016

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hotdealsuk1973

probably a silly question but can the pantry credit be stacked i feel … probably a silly question but can the pantry credit be stacked i feel like i already know the answer but thought i'd ask lol



did you ever find the answer?

montblanc

What if you wanted to buy it from amazon rather than 3rd party? Currently … What if you wanted to buy it from amazon rather than 3rd party? Currently you can't. They could start doing that with more things. If you went into HMV and took something up to the counter and they said sorry you can't have that, it's only for special club members you'd think it was a bit off too. It's no massive deal, it's more 'entited' that you your self are moaning about people not liking this.



Didn't MVC operate in that fashion on the high street?

When I ordered this there was no option for "no rush delivery" which comes with the credit, only standard delivery which does not come with the credit. I ordered something else and there was the option for no rush delivery. So potentially we may not get the credit unless you complain, maybe.

Sorry OP... I am voting cold not on the merits of the deal but due to preferential treatment by Amazon. This might be a good price but is not available to ALL.

Just wonder the legal aspects if other retailers follow suit. For example all retailers abandoning FREE delivery and asking for annual payments for unlimited delivery and then saying ALL sale on their website, for the first 48 hours will ONLY be accessible to those who subscribed. Although at the first instance there seems nothing wrong with it but at the same time doesn't seem fair to me as it says if you want the good deals pay up...?

nomeames

Sorry OP... I am voting cold not on the merits of the deal but due to … Sorry OP... I am voting cold not on the merits of the deal but due to preferential treatment by Amazon. This might be a good price but is not available to ALL. Just wonder the legal aspects if other retailers follow suit. For example all retailers abandoning FREE delivery and asking for annual payments for unlimited delivery and then saying ALL sale on their website, for the first 48 hours will ONLY be accessible to those who subscribed. Although at the first instance there seems nothing wrong with it but at the same time doesn't seem fair to me as it says if you want the good deals pay up...?



lol legal aspects? are you serious? a retailer can sell to whoever they want, and impose whatever restrictions they like on who they sell to and when.

plenty of companies offer early access to sales and the like for those that have signed up to mailing lists etc etc

eset12345

lol legal aspects? are you serious? a retailer can sell to whoever they … lol legal aspects? are you serious? a retailer can sell to whoever they want, and impose whatever restrictions they like on who they sell to and when.plenty of companies offer early access to sales and the like for those that have signed up to mailing lists etc etc


Yes... you are right but they don't ask you to pay to access early....thats what I am referring to.

cokezone1112

did you ever find the answer?




No sadly not

its doubtful you would be able to do this its relatively new so maybe in time.

3 pounds in Sainsburys too....got mine last week.

Arnie440

I hate the self entitlement people seem to have these days, it's hardly a … I hate the self entitlement people seem to have these days, it's hardly a 'joke' or 'insidious' offering something to those customers who have already paid up for a service they provide. If you want the offer too, buy Prime. If you don't want Prime, stop moaning. No one HAS to offer you anything at all.




Agreed. I got this sort of whining on my Prime Music Radio Stations thread when HUKD made it a HUKD Pick (nothing to do with me, btw). This site is becoming increasingly full of moaning minnies and it's very wearing sometimes. Abslutely spot on with your 'self entitlement' statement.

nomeames

Sorry OP... I am voting cold not on the merits of the deal but due to … Sorry OP... I am voting cold not on the merits of the deal but due to preferential treatment by Amazon. This might be a good price but is not available to ALL. Just wonder the legal aspects if other retailers follow suit. For example all retailers abandoning FREE delivery and asking for annual payments for unlimited delivery and then saying ALL sale on their website, for the first 48 hours will ONLY be accessible to those who subscribed. Although at the first instance there seems nothing wrong with it but at the same time doesn't seem fair to me as it says if you want the good deals pay up...?



Just liek a bricks and mortar store, they coudl flat out refuse to serve you if you wanted.

Oh not available to all? Just like the Wild goose chase tesco and Sainsburys store specific offers where the OP bought all the stock of given item in the store he was mentioning?

I forgot those deals are available to all too

Quit ya whining

excellent soul... ... the best super heroe album ever

J1135

Just liek a bricks and mortar store, they coudl flat out refuse to serve … Just liek a bricks and mortar store, they coudl flat out refuse to serve you if you wanted.Oh not available to all? Just like the Wild goose chase tesco and Sainsburys store specific offers where the OP bought all the stock of given item in the store he was mentioning?I forgot those deals are available to all too ;)Quit ya whining


Companies like Amazon thrives because of "loyal" customers like you. Jump on the prime bandwagon and become their 'madvocates'. Can't blame you when those running the country too are willing to give them special rebates.....

Loyal customers such as me? I keep using free trials lmao

Jacob_Kreed

excellent soul... ... the best super heroe album ever



I dunno the Iron Man 2 soundtrack is considered pretty good to those who are into that genre.

sm182

I dunno the Iron Man 2 soundtrack is considered pretty good to those who … I dunno the Iron Man 2 soundtrack is considered pretty good to those who are into that genre.



I will check it out, I love music

back in stock now

This deal is no longer available as the "Pantry Credit' ended yesterday or the early hours of this morning.
Cheers
Edited by: "deany76" 26th Mar 2016
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