£10 Off first order with Amazon Restaurant, Min £15.
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£10 Off first order with Amazon Restaurant, Min £15.

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Expires on 31/10/2018Found 29th JulEdited by:"Trending"
Just received email giving me a voucher code to save £10 from my first Amazon Restaurant Order (Amazon Prime Members only). The code is YUM10.

See the below picture for more information, not unique code, so maybe can be used by others.

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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 or similar Amazon mobile applications or websites through which Amazon Restaurants is available, and delivered to eligible postcodes. A minimum purchase amount of £15 or more will apply to your Amazon Restaurants orders. Tips and alcohol do not apply when determining minimum purchase amount. 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.
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Amazon is a poison. They pay no tax which helps keep prices low. And put small, and large, retailers out of business.
Edited by: "yespleasesir" 29th Jul
Yes most of money they make goes to US. And our government doesn't do nothing about it.
Edited by: "Karan4u" 29th Jul
yespleasesir26 m ago

Amazon is a poison. They pay no tax which helps keep prices low. And put …Amazon is a poison. They pay no tax which helps keep prices low. And put small, and large, retailers out of business.


and still you WILL buy from Amazon
yespleasesir42 m ago

Amazon is a poison. They pay no tax which helps keep prices low. And put …Amazon is a poison. They pay no tax which helps keep prices low. And put small, and large, retailers out of business.


Yawn.
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Amazon is a poison. They pay no tax which helps keep prices low. And put small, and large, retailers out of business.
Edited by: "yespleasesir" 29th Jul
London only
Yes most of money they make goes to US. And our government doesn't do nothing about it.
Edited by: "Karan4u" 29th Jul
yespleasesir26 m ago

Amazon is a poison. They pay no tax which helps keep prices low. And put …Amazon is a poison. They pay no tax which helps keep prices low. And put small, and large, retailers out of business.


and still you WILL buy from Amazon
yespleasesir42 m ago

Amazon is a poison. They pay no tax which helps keep prices low. And put …Amazon is a poison. They pay no tax which helps keep prices low. And put small, and large, retailers out of business.


Yawn.
mRActivate836 m ago

and still you WILL buy from Amazon


I’ve actively stopped and don’t have Prime. Never have. You don’t have to use Amazon. It’s not hard.
Same as Uber, Starbucks, McDonalds
fireman12 h, 59 m ago

So your saying every business would do the same, at the same time as your …So your saying every business would do the same, at the same time as your saying they can't do the same. Nice one.


They “would” if they “could”. It’s just not that simple, you need an already huge structure to make it viable.
And without amazon tens of thousands of people wouldnt be employed... wouldnt be paying tax and wouldnt be contributing.

Governments fault / not amazon. If i could get away with zero tax I would too... as would most, i suspect.
I'd be willing to bet that most people bleating on about Amazon avoiding corporation tax would do the same with their own income tax in a split second if the government let them get away with it.
Edited by: "Zero_Zuul" 29th Jul
feltonsamantha7 h, 45 m ago

I’ve actively stopped and don’t have Prime. Never have. You don’t have to u …I’ve actively stopped and don’t have Prime. Never have. You don’t have to use Amazon. It’s not hard.


you don't have to... unless you find it cheaper elsewhere whatever you are buying..
not available in my area, but nice deal, heat added
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