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£10 off First Prime Now App Over £40
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£10 off First Prime Now App Over £40

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Posted 7th Aug
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  • Amazon Prime Now might just save your day, thanks to ultra-fast same-day delivery.
  • Choose delivery within ONE HOUR in eligible postcodes for a fee, or in a two-hour delivery window at no extra cost subject to a minimum order threshold (depending on your area).
  • Delivery available from early morning to late night, seven days a week on more than ten thousand daily essentials, including food, drink, electronics, entertainment, gifts and more.
  • Currently available in select postcodes including: London, Birmingham, Newcastle, Manchester, Liverpool, South Yorkshire, Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire, West Yorkshire & Glasgow and is continuing to expand within the UK.
  • A minimum order value applies per store. Exclusively for Prime members.
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Thanks for this, you can also make a new account and use this trick. It's brilliant
My son was after super smash bros on the switch, nice little discount with this and delivery in a couple of hours! Thanks OP
Been a prime subscriber for a while but never needed anything so quick to use this. Surprised its a separate stand alone app and not an option with purchases through the normal amazon app. Strange it's not download able through the Google store either
jplewis7607/08/2019 10:13

Been a prime subscriber for a while but never needed anything so quick to …Been a prime subscriber for a while but never needed anything so quick to use this. Surprised its a separate stand alone app and not an option with purchases through the normal amazon app. Strange it's not download able through the Google store either


"Strange it's not download able through the Google store either".

I couldn't agree with you more there, hehehehehehe.

But let's not also forget, Amazon rolls on Fire OS, remember?, and not ('technically') on Android alone (per say?), so ...

On that note, I'm therefore kinda assuming that that side of thing's may have come into play?.

Plus, every time you download 'stuffs' off of Google Play Store, Google gets a decent enough cut of that pie too! (from the source/publisher ofcourse - and not for you).

And the way I see it, Amazon is within their rights to assume ownership of all such money's for themselves also, etc etc etc?.

That's how I interpret them thing's anyway, lol, perhaps others understand it differently as well, or whatever?.

Who knows ... lol.


Edit:

"Surprised its a separate stand alone app and not an option with purchases through the normal amazon app."

It's a sale's gimmick don't forget?.

Designed purely for new 'converts to the course'?, hehehe, so how therefore is that going to work then?, IF it's built within all-in-one App for 'everyone'?, or ...

I believe that that may also have (in part), been some (if not all), of the reasoning behind this one too, or something?. :-)
Edited by: "amour3k" 7th Aug
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