£10 off First Amazon Restaurants Orders Over £15 Via Prime Now App at Amazon

£10 off First Amazon Restaurants Orders Over £15 Via Prime Now App at Amazon

Found 7th Sep 2016
Valid for the following post codes, E1, E2, E3, E5, E8, E9, N1, N16, EC1, EC2, EC3, EC4, SW1, SW3, W1, WC1, WC2, SE1 & SE11.

Terms & Conditions. If you are an Amazon Prime member, you can get £10 off on your first order of £15 or more in a single transaction through Amazon Restaurants by entering the promo code at checkout (the 'Offer'). The Offer applies only to orders placed via the Prime Now app and delivered to eligible postcodes.

All items in the order must be purchased from one restaurant in a single transaction and delivered at the same speed to a single address.

To redeem the promotion, enter the promo code on the payment checkout of your order, via Prime Now app. If you do not place an order at the time of entering the code, the promotional code will remain on your account until it's used or until the promotion expires.

You can verify that a promotional code was successfully applied by reviewing your Order Confirmation e-mail or by going to Your Account. The Offer does not apply to purchases made from amazon.co.uk or any other Amazon mobile application other than Prime Now. The Offer does not apply to any other products available within Prime Now. Tips do not apply when determining minimum purchase amount. The maximum benefit you may receive from this Offer is £10. The Offer is only available to Amazon Prime members. The Offer is limited to one per customer and per account, and may not be combined with other offers.
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Great spot and heat added, but side note: I'm alarmed to see items listed as gluten free when they're clearly not. Bloody dangerous and irresponsible.
This is not compatible with Deliveroo at the moment, who cover loads of restaurants, including the non-chains so you can order better quality if you don't like the 6 or so restaurants currently included by Amazon. You also need to be a prime member, living in central London. Therefore while the offer is good, it's very limited by variety and location.

I have no doubt this offer will be ongoing as Amazon attempt to take over this market too and they will expand quite quickly with better variety providing this trial is successful. Personally I think they are trying to expand too quickly. "Amazon Fresh" is still relatively new and the "Fresh" bit, seems a bit misleading. A friend ordered items that should last a year, but were due to go out of date in the following month. Amazon refunded and replaced after complaining, but there should be no need to go to the trouble of complaining. The food comes from one location and can arrive anytime up to two hours. This is great, but I don't see how they can do the same thing with hot food as logistically it's an entirely different ball game.

That said with their spending power of Amazon, I have no doubt they will eventually take a sizable chunk of this market eventually. Whether that's a good thing for competition is debatable, at least (most) the smaller competitors pay back to the community by way of tax!
Edited by: "intime" 15th Sep 2016
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