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Last Edited by cricket702 July 21, 2015 at 05:27 PM
Simply select No-Rush Shipping, and $5 Amazon Pantry will be credited when order ships!

Thanks for choosing No-Rush Shipping
We'll automatically apply a $5 Prime Pantry credit to your account when this order ships. Offer redemption requires customers to be in the U.S.

About FREE No-Rush Shipping

Choose FREE No-Rush Shipping, and we’ll automatically apply a $5 Prime Pantry credit to your account once this order ships. You can use this credit by logging on to Amazon.com or browsing your Kindle device. Fill up your Prime Pantry box with items you want to purchase, and we’ll automatically apply the credit at checkout. Offer redemption requires customers to be in the U.S. and only one $5 No-Rush Prime Pantry credit can be used per Pantry order.

This No-Rush credit expires on October 16th, 2015. Terms and Conditions apply.

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Last Edited by mictratrejax August 11, 2015 at 09:23 AM
only one $5 No-Rush Prime Pantry credit can be used per Pantry order.

It may be a fluke, but it applied both of my No-Rush credits to one order, and subtracted $10 total.

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#3
I don't like Pantry. Most of items are more expensive than local grocery store.
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Quote from igorjrr View Post :
only one $5 No-Rush Prime Pantry credit can be used per Pantry order
booooo!!!!
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Quote from WuyiL View Post :
I don't like Pantry. Most of items are more expensive than local grocery store.
and add you have to pay shipping on top of that laugh out loud
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yeah I dont understand the hype over pantry. Maybe it because pricing is better maybe for those that live in places where the cost of living is higher. Most pantry prices can be beat locally for me.
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yeah I dont understand the hype over pantry. Maybe it because pricing is better maybe for those that live in places where the cost of living is higher. Most pantry prices can be beat locally for me.
I don't think there is a hype. I think amazon makes the hype. Like how they made the hype for the fire phone. I think we are just seeing what they are trying to push.

Shop at your grocery store. Pantry is really marked up.
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most pantry items match or beat local pricing for me in Delray Beach / Boca Raton
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I do a lot of Pantry shopping. The majority of items are priced reasonably close to local stores. The convenience factor and gas/time savings makes the $5.99 shipping acceptable if you only do 1 or 2 a month.

One downside is that the selection isn't that great and items you buy one month often become unavailable the next month.
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Quote from dubojr1 View Post :
yeah I dont understand the hype over pantry. Maybe it because pricing is better maybe for those that live in places where the cost of living is higher. Most pantry prices can be beat locally for me.
Time and convenience, specifically when you stock your pantry and don't own a car like many city dwellers.
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booooo!!!!
BUT...if you take advantage of the "buy 4 select items to get free shipping" promo, then you DO get two credits: one 5.99 for the promo, one 5.00 for the No Rush credit.
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BUT...if you take advantage of the "buy 4 select items to get free shipping promo", then you DO get double 5.99 credits: one for the promo, one for the No Rush credit.
This is interesting indeed! Thanks!
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Cheapest item I can get to receive the $5 credit?
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#14
seems like a pretty good deal considering youre paying for PRIME FREE SHIPPING ANYWAY! Amazon has lost their way..wont be renewing with them in the future. as much as i hate walmart at least their shipping will be free
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Well, the only upside to this credit is I can order surge again...
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