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prime members- possible amazon pantry 'glitch' or intentional(!)£2.99 off for delivery
prime members- possible amazon pantry 'glitch' or intentional(!)£2.99 off for delivery

prime members- possible amazon pantry 'glitch' or intentional(!)£2.99 off for delivery

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So, if you were eligible for the free amazon pantry delivery for purchasing something on prime day, you can get the 2.99 deducted from your total value as well as having 2.99 off for purchasing 4 eligible items.

You effectively get £5.98 off if you get 4 eligible items. Not sure if that is intentional but seems rather generous to give money off as opposed to just free delivery

A couple of the eligible items have discount vouchers you can use too

Only on one order so probably is prime day specific but still seems like a good deal to me

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Yes i got this the other day ££5.98 off there was also 25% off Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Honey & Nut Flakes, 750g and amazon.co.uk/gp/…rch there is some others with 25% you will have to search for them

Wow, great spot. Yes, I see what you mean, it's taking off both discounts. Quickly complete order before they realise!!! I get so excited by these sorts of deals

This worked for me when i ordered on prime day

Meh, I don't get how it's a glitch at all, it's just two separate promotions working together (£2.99 pantry credit) and the buy 4 selected items for free delivery, which has been running pretty much since pantry started.

If anything I'm sorely disappointed with the pantry credit system this year as in the past you could always stack multiple ones, so i bought several smaller items on prime day partly on the hope that i could build up a nice discount to do a pantry shop but later found out via chat I only get one £2.99 credit as it's one per customer. Very misleading IMHO since on each order I placed it DID say I would receive another credit. Got £5 account credit for the misleading wording but still not entirely satisfied TBH....

This is intentional, not a glitch. There was promotion on prime day for knocking off delivery price when purchasing select items.

can somebody link me to the list if items eligible for free delivery? can't find them

mausam11 m ago

This is intentional, not a glitch. There was promotion on prime day for …This is intentional, not a glitch. There was promotion on prime day for knocking off delivery price when purchasing select items.


£5 for 4 decent sized boxes of Crunchy Nut is still a great deal. Delivered too for lazy folk like me.

It's not a glitch I've done it many times before.

I might be wrong but I think it's stopped working

1on4

can somebody link me to the list if items eligible for free delivery? … can somebody link me to the list if items eligible for free delivery? can't find them



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I've put 4 bottles of robinsons squash in my basket, so should be like around £4, then £2.99 postage, minus the £6 for he double vouchers, but it's only taken off £3.99? As a discount?

Ryan1194

I've put 4 bottles of robinsons squash in my basket, so should be like … I've put 4 bottles of robinsons squash in my basket, so should be like around £4, then £2.99 postage, minus the £6 for he double vouchers, but it's only taken off £3.99? As a discount?



It seems to be an unusual system. Try putting in 5 or 6 bottles and it'll possibly still be £3.99 . With a bit of tinkering I've got a £10.98 discount. This is likely due to the amount of items I bought which specifically offered the pantry discount though.

Thanks OP!
Just got 4 bottles of Robinsons and a pack of 6 cans of J20 for £3.36 delivered / all in!
Nothing groundbreaking but certainly good value!
Subtotal was over £10.
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