If you’ve not finished your Christmas shopping yet, here is a stonker of an offer for you!
It’s not often you can get a decent deal with Amazon (apart from Black Friday and Prime Day) and it’s rare they offer big discounts when it’s not their big sales days.
However, we’ve just found about about a new offer to save you money when you’re shopping with Amazon.
Amazon free delivery offer
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If you’re shopping around, this can mean getting your bits and pieces from different places.
But, Amazon sells so much so it’s sometimes worth taking the hit on postage and just getting what you need.
However, right now they are running Free Delivery Week.
From today until 5th December 2018 you are able to enjoy free standard delivery – and there is NO minimim purchase amount!
Amazon free delivery promo code
You just need to enter the Amazon promotion code FREEDELIVERY at checkout.
This offer applies to all items listed as “dispatched” or “fulfilled” by Amazon on the product detail page.
This means you can get hold of millions of items with no minimum order amount, including top gift ideas like toys and electronics, as well as home items, fashion and more.
Your order will be delivered 1-2 business days after all your items are available to be dispatched.
It’s not just a one time deal. The Amazon promotional code can be used as many time as you want during Free Delivery Week!
A few things to be aware of:
Do you use 1-Click ordering? It’s time to turn it off! Any promo codes will not apply when you order with 1-Click ordering. (You can always turn it back on at a later date, if you find it really handy).
The Amazon discount code will not work on orders dispatched through Prime Now and AmazonFresh, if you happen to use those services.
You also won’t be able to use the Amazon promo code at the same time as using other promotional codes.
If you’ve got a pre-existing orders the code also won’t work.