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Will they stack though for a mountain of free food???

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meherenow

Will they stack though for a mountain of free food???



When I used this before all of it was joined into credit so I would say yes :-)

Just to add items £1-£2.99 are £1 digital credit, you get £3 pantry credit for all orders over £3 dispatched by amazon.

Its such a good deal

stingergb

When I used this before all of it was joined into credit so I would say … When I used this before all of it was joined into credit so I would say yes :-)



Hmm, I hope so, though I seem to remember last time it was £2.99 which basically meant you got delivery free, although you could wangle the £2.99 off if you chose something from the free delivery page, I'm sure it wasn't like the standard stacking digital credit.

Mind you, it does say "credit" this time, so fingers crossed!

davidian84

Just to add items £1-£2.99 are £1 digital credit, you get £3 pantry cre … Just to add items £1-£2.99 are £1 digital credit, you get £3 pantry credit for all orders over £3 dispatched by amazon.Its such a good deal



​ do you have a list of items £1-£2.99?
I need about £4 digital credit

I would have preferred £2 digital credit.

also would have preferred digital credit, however if these stack up I could get a nice load of free groceries

Original Poster

52 people voted hot and still this is getting cold like most of the Amazon deals. Go figure.

Edited by: "stingergb" 12th Jul 2016

Just in case people are thinking these would stack:

"only one promotional credit can be applied to your Pantry order." (source)

It's still good, at the worst you can order 4xPepsi Max at £1 each (if eligible for free delivery) and get them for £1 total.

Rbourne

Just in case people are thinking these would stack:"only one promotional … Just in case people are thinking these would stack:"only one promotional credit can be applied to your Pantry order." (source)It's still good, at the worst you can order 4xPepsi Max at £1 each (if eligible for free delivery) and get them for £1 total.



You beat me to it - just saw it, quite disappointing, but there you go.

I have 2 x £3 no rush delivery credits outstanding and the credit is not showing in my Amazon Pantry order summary

Rbourne

Just in case people are thinking these would stack:"only one promotional … Just in case people are thinking these would stack:"only one promotional credit can be applied to your Pantry order." (source)It's still good, at the worst you can order 4xPepsi Max at £1 each (if eligible for free delivery) and get them for £1 total.



pepsi max isnt free delivery and is £1.5.

But yes its basically free delivery unless you want 4 of these
amazon.co.uk/gp/…031

davidian84

pepsi max isnt free delivery and is £1.5.But yes its basically free … pepsi max isnt free delivery and is £1.5.But yes its basically free delivery unless you want 4 of thesehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/pantry/info/pantryjuly/ref=s9_acss_bw_sc_pntryst1_ar_s2?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=merchandised-search-2&pf_rd_r=4W6NT2QN5P4R4XB6Q0G5&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=1011758887&pf_rd_i=5782660031



I did say if eligible - the current pantry is muddled with the 20% discounts and I haven't really examined the pantry site too much. But you get the jist of what I was saying.
Edited by: "Rbourne" 12th Jul 2016

lord_trumpington

I have 2 x £3 no rush delivery credits outstanding and the credit is not … I have 2 x £3 no rush delivery credits outstanding and the credit is not showing in my Amazon Pantry order summary


I believe it'll take a few days for the voucher to apply to your account (think it's something like within 48 hours of dispatch).

stingergb

52 people voted hot and still this is getting cold like most of the … 52 people voted hot and still this is getting cold like most of the Amazon deals. Go figure.


Just the nature of this place - don't be discouraged - and keep posting - thanks

Codes won't stack

So disappointed codes don't stack - I have 18 x £
3 - assumed it would be like digital credit and stack - making one decent sized shop. A bit of a waste of time, £1 digital credit would have been better.

I suppose it means I can get 18 deliveries "free" but no free goods.

Amazon is getting worse - prime day yesterday was pretty carp too

Make that 12 - just cancelled 6 of my orders - the £3 loss was making them less of a bargain

Twothirty

Codes won't stack



Have you actually confirmed this by placing a pantry order yourself or just asked amazon CS? It's just the last time, some months ago, they did the pantry £3 credits I was advised by amazon CS they would only apply one per order for free delivery HOWEVER when I actually placed my order, the whole lot, some £20odd worth came off my order giving me the order for next to nothing

Is this a loophole they have now closed? If so I think I'll cancel my remaining unshipped orders as the pantry prices aren't good enough to be worth bothering with without a discount IMHO...
Edited by: "ST3123" 13th Jul 2016

I've went as far as the buy now page and it is just allowing me £3 - I have emails stating I have 10 x £3
Unless they haven't all been credited yet - is there any way you can check your balance

Just ordered and it only took £3 off
- it should have been advertised as free delivery credit as that is basically what it is - bloody conmen

You can check here: amazon.co.uk/gp/…783

Though it isn't ideal as it just lumps it with your other digital credits so if you have any other kind of digital credit on your account like the normal £1 no rush credits it will be combined with those so won't give a true indication of what you have.

You can ask Amazon CS on chat as they can find out too, wish they would just let you check each balance separately in your account....

My pantry credits don't show in this - maybe it takes time to update

It did stack at Easter and I got about 9 packs of cereal & pot noodles for free and 4 x pepsi to get free delivery.

However, they've now closed the loophole. T&Cs now say If the Offer applies to purchases from the Pantry store, only one promotional credit can be applied to your Pantry order.

Luckily, only have 2 x credit from orders from Amazon warehouse with 20% primeday discount I would have ordered anyway.



Edited by: "Speculator" 14th Jul 2016

Meh, last time they stacked

I bought things on Amazon on this 'offer'. The email confirmation of the £3 credit makes no mention of the fact that it is only one credit per order and neither does the page the email links to for more details. You have to click through to a further page to find out it is only one per order. Poor. I've asked for Amazon to change them to digital credits - not holding out much hope.

Searcher2

I bought things on Amazon on this 'offer'. The email confirmation of the … I bought things on Amazon on this 'offer'. The email confirmation of the £3 credit makes no mention of the fact that it is only one credit per order and neither does the page the email links to for more details. You have to click through to a further page to find out it is only one per order. Poor. I've asked for Amazon to change them to digital credits - not holding out much hope.



Yeah it's really disappointing, when I confirmed it with them on chat I cancelled five smaller orders I had made primarily for the credit. Bet a lot of other people have done so too, hopefully might tell them what people think of the silly restriction.

Good idea about asking them to transfer it to digital credit, I will try that too as I do like buying kindle books with the digital credit, though I think getting a sufficiently sympathetic CS agent will be a challenge, but definitely worth a shot I'd say as I can't see me using the pantry credit otherwise as their prices on pantry only really get competitive with supermarkets if you have some kind of offer or discount...
Edited by: "ST3123" 14th Jul 2016

Grrr just found out they cant be stacked. Pointless then as its effectively just free delivery... I have about 5 £3 credits that I wont use now and are useless. Nice one amazon - first time you have disappointed me with your offers...
Edited by: "Babbler" 18th Jul 2016

ST3123

You can check here: … You can check here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?docId=1000706783Though it isn't ideal as it just lumps it with your other digital credits so if you have any other kind of digital credit on your account like the normal £1 no rush credits it will be combined with those so won't give a true indication of what you have.You can ask Amazon CS on chat as they can find out too, wish they would just let you check each balance separately in your account....




That is just for digital credits not amazon pantry.

Babbler

That is just for digital credits not amazon pantry.



They used to display with digital credits but they seem to have stopped now as I'm only seeing my digital credits now.

Only way is to ask Amazon then. Really would think there was an easy way to see your balances for each credit type. Having to contact them every time you want to know your pantry balance is really stupid and surely a waste of their CSs time....

ST3123

They used to display with digital credits but they seem to have stopped … They used to display with digital credits but they seem to have stopped now as I'm only seeing my digital credits now. Only way is to ask Amazon then. Really would think there was an easy way to see your balances for each credit type. Having to contact them every time you want to know your pantry balance is really stupid and surely a waste of their CSs time....




Pointless knowing your pantry balance as its max one per order - so add one item to checkout and check if you have £3 credit :). Worst offer ever from them imo.

This pantry credit is getting old now, I've a couple of things I want to order (not desperate obv.) but I want the £1 digital credit back to put towards Kindle books, not this nonsense useless non-credit...

Babbler

Grrr just found out they cant be stacked. Pointless then as its … Grrr just found out they cant be stacked. Pointless then as its effectively just free delivery... I have about 5 £3 credits that I wont use now and are useless. Nice one amazon - first time you have disappointed me with your offers...


Quite agree.
It wasn't clearly stated that this was only one credit per pantry order (in effect - free delivery)
I made several orders where the deciding factor to buy was the £3 free credit.

Just got off live chat with a member of their management team.
They've got their fingers in their ears over this and are simply not interested, I just got 'sorry you feel that way' and then point me at the T's & C's.

In 15 years of using Amazon, I'm shocked by this change in their attitude - their customer service used to be superb.
I'll certainly think twice before ordering from them in future, although I will probably still use them for some things.
The stupid thing is that it's counterproductive - it will ultimately cost them more than it costs me.

meherenow

This pantry credit is getting old now, I've a couple of things I want to … This pantry credit is getting old now, I've a couple of things I want to order (not desperate obv.) but I want the £1 digital credit back to put towards Kindle books, not this nonsense useless non-credit...


Likewise. Use that for renting videos... Or buying mp3 albums.
Edited by: "Babbler" 18th Jul 2016

Well it's back to normal now - £1 digital credit.

Anyone else notice that lots of items are moving over to Amazon "Fresh" (which means you have to be within a "Fresh" delivery area or cant have it) and prices of remaining Pantry items are slowly creeping up? Amazon normally charge £2.99+ delivery and you have to be a Prime member (potentially upto £79 p/a) for more expensive goods. Cant see this ending well for Amazon Pantry.

davej1710

Anyone else notice that lots of items are moving over to Amazon "Fresh" … Anyone else notice that lots of items are moving over to Amazon "Fresh" (which means you have to be within a "Fresh" delivery area or cant have it) and prices of remaining Pantry items are slowly creeping up? Amazon normally charge £2.99+ delivery and you have to be a Prime member (potentially upto £79 p/a) for more expensive goods. Cant see this ending well for Amazon Pantry.



Yep, my mum wanted some "Daz" something or other that she got last time, washing liquid, but I couldn't order it for her as it had moved over to this "fresh" that we can't get... They still do other washing liquid/tabs etc though, weird.

BigAde

Just got off live chat with a member of their management team.They've got … Just got off live chat with a member of their management team.They've got their fingers in their ears over this and are simply not interested, I just got 'sorry you feel that way' and then point me at the T's & C's.In 15 years of using Amazon, I'm shocked by this change in their attitude - their customer service used to be superb.I'll certainly think twice before ordering from them in future, although I will probably still use them for some things.The stupid thing is that it's counterproductive - it will ultimately cost them more than it costs me.



exactly the same experience....i went a bit overboard on prime day with this deal (i should have checked this thread first though)

as it gave the impression that everything prime would earn £3.00 back in credits ...so thinking the credits would stack like in march 16....i placed 20 odd orders!!

but much to my dismay just found out the other day (by trying to place an order) the credits don't stack, only work for pantry delivery, and have to be used by October 2016....also most items are not any cheaper than supermarkets...basically useless **** offer...

now i have a load of stuff that i only bought because i thought they were in a sense £3.00 cheaper! otherwise i would never have bought them at their full prime price...

wish i had checked more thoroughly and looked in Amazon's sneaky 2nd page T&C...

i think this would be a fair case for a big complaint though IMHO

and i totally agree Amazon CS is def not what it used to be...



Searcher2

I bought things on Amazon on this 'offer'. The email confirmation of the … I bought things on Amazon on this 'offer'. The email confirmation of the £3 credit makes no mention of the fact that it is only one credit per order and neither does the page the email links to for more details. You have to click through to a further page to find out it is only one per order. Poor. I've asked for Amazon to change them to digital credits - not holding out much hope.




anyone successfully been able to convert the pantry credit to kindle credit?
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