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Amazon free postage


Postby cinelli » October 3rd, 2019, 1:26 pm

Free postage for orders over £20. But often it's not as simple as that because some items don't qualify. Is there a way to check which items do or don't qualify? I find myself ordering stuff only to find at the paying stage that postage has been added.


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Re: Amazon free postage


Postby TeeJayCee » October 4th, 2019, 6:37 am

The only items that don't qualify are 'Items sold by Marketplace Sellers but dispatched by Amazon' and 'Gift Cards'. If you mix an Amazon order and one sold by a Marketplace Seller make sure the Amazon order is over £20.

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Re: Amazon free postage


Postby Itsallaguess » October 4th, 2019, 1:56 pm

I've usually got a little list going of top-up items that I pinch from when wanting to go into the free-delivery window, but if you've not got something like that yourself then there are online tools available where you can enter the price-required to reach £20, and they'll list items for that price that you can then choose from to top-up your basket.

Here's an example that also allows you to categorise your top-up searches -

I use extensive use of the free-delivery option, and find that offer, along with my local Amazon postal lockers, copes with about 90% of my online-purchase requirements.

It's no shock to me that many high-streets are suffering...



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Re: Amazon free postage


Postby NomoneyNohoney » October 5th, 2019, 12:21 pm

It's no shock to me that many high-streets are suffering...

Well, if other retailers have to pay tax, but some don't, then it's understandable.

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