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trollypad 27 17 July 18, 2016 at 01:28 PM in Grocery (2) More Amazon Deals
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$25 off your first order at amazon fresh. There is a free 30-day trial and can cancel at anytime. There does not seem to be a minimum order amount but $40 does get you free shipping.

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Full retail price

AND

$299/year

AND

$7.99 shipping for orders under $40

No thanks, Bozos.
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Amazon? Is this a new thing? I can't imagine groceries coming from South America.
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We use and love Amazon Fresh. Pricing is comparable to Vons/Safeway, which is to say it's not the cheapest in the world, but in line with what I'd spend if I went to the most convenient grocery store for my neighborhood.

The fact is, my wife or I can place an order from our offices or our couch, and groceries are delivered either that same day, or the next. We have kids and both work long hours, so being able to nix one trip is extremely convenient. Beyond that, buying our groceries online tends to reduce the amount of impulse buying that we used to engage in at the grocery store. And, buy buying groceries every few days on Fresh, vs. trying to cram everything into one trip per week, we are less likely to buy too much of something, which results in food getting tossed.

It's an extra $200/year over our normal prime membership, which, at $3.85 per week, is well worth it in convenience alone. Seriously... four bucks to avoid going to the grocery store or carry bags in from the car? Hell yes.
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Quote from norcalnative_707 View Post :
Full retail price

AND

$299/year

AND

$7.99 shipping for orders under $40

No thanks, Bozos.

that's why there a free trial bozo, cancel after your first order bozo, it's basically $40 worth of groceries for $15 bozo
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Quote from iibbmm View Post :
We use and love Amazon Fresh. Pricing is comparable to Vons/Safeway, which is to say it's not the cheapest in the world, but in line with what I'd spend if I went to the most convenient grocery store for my neighborhood.

The fact is, my wife or I can place an order from our offices or our couch, and groceries are delivered either that same day, or the next. We have kids and both work long hours, so being able to nix one trip is extremely convenient. Beyond that, buying our groceries online tends to reduce the amount of impulse buying that we used to engage in at the grocery store. And, buy buying groceries every few days on Fresh, vs. trying to cram everything into one trip per week, we are less likely to buy too much of something, which results in food getting tossed.

It's an extra $200/year over our normal prime membership, which, at $3.85 per week, is well worth it in convenience alone. Seriously... four bucks to avoid going to the grocery store or carry bags in from the car? Hell yes.

This makes sense. More than anything, It saves you from deceptive pricing tactics by grocery stores. Watch your receipts, folks. What they advertise is not what they display is not what they charge. The problem is wide spread and getting worse.

If you are a coupon clipper (digital or physical) be VERY VERY CAREFUL. Sale prices are negated and coupon is applied to the full list price NOT the sale price. Grocery stores are farking cats when it comes to manipulative pricing.

I can see Amazon Fresh catching on in double income households with kids. $200 just avoid the lines - is well worth it.
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Quote from norcalnative_707 View Post :
Full retail price

AND

$299/year

AND

$7.99 shipping for orders under $40

No thanks, Bozos.
No thanks, (Jeff)Bezos.

fixed it for you.
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Quote from fishweb.p View Post :
No thanks, (Jeff)Bezos.

fixed it for you.
I think Bozos was a pun
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Quote from iibbmm View Post :
We use and love Amazon Fresh. Pricing is comparable to Vons/Safeway, which is to say it's not the cheapest in the world, but in line with what I'd spend if I went to the most convenient grocery store for my neighborhood.

The fact is, my wife or I can place an order from our offices or our couch, and groceries are delivered either that same day, or the next. We have kids and both work long hours, so being able to nix one trip is extremely convenient. Beyond that, buying our groceries online tends to reduce the amount of impulse buying that we used to engage in at the grocery store. And, buy buying groceries every few days on Fresh, vs. trying to cram everything into one trip per week, we are less likely to buy too much of something, which results in food getting tossed.

It's an extra $200/year over our normal prime membership, which, at $3.85 per week, is well worth it in convenience alone. Seriously... four bucks to avoid going to the grocery store or carry bags in from the car? Hell yes.
Do you have to be home for the delivery, How long will food stay "Fresh" on the porch for long, especially in the summer.

Harris Teeter has deliver and curbside pickup. I am sure many local grocers have curbside as well.
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I think Bozos was a pun
ummm yeah I was riffing off his pun.
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Do you have to be home for the delivery, How long will food stay "Fresh" on the porch for long, especially in the summer.

Harris Teeter has deliver and curbside pickup. I am sure many local grocers have curbside as well.
You do not have to be home. Food is delivered in very well insulated totes containing plenty of ice packs. We had yogurt in one of our packages yesterday, and the tote contained quite a bit of dry ice to keep it cool.

You can pick out a delivery window, generally between one to three hours long so you can avoid food sitting out too long.
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Quote from fishweb.p View Post :
No thanks, (Jeff)Bezos.

fixed it for you.
I didn't misspell it. Big Grin

Jeff Bozos.
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that's why there a free trial bozo, cancel after your first order bozo, it's basically $40 worth of groceries for $15 bozo
You seem pretty invested in this, and took my epithet against Jeff Bozos personally.

Good luck with any hassle cancelling...
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Quote from iibbmm View Post :
We use and love Amazon Fresh. Pricing is comparable to Vons/Safeway, which is to say it's not the cheapest in the world, but in line with what I'd spend if I went to the most convenient grocery store for my neighborhood.

The fact is, my wife or I can place an order from our offices or our couch, and groceries are delivered either that same day, or the next. We have kids and both work long hours, so being able to nix one trip is extremely convenient. Beyond that, buying our groceries online tends to reduce the amount of impulse buying that we used to engage in at the grocery store. And, buy buying groceries every few days on Fresh, vs. trying to cram everything into one trip per week, we are less likely to buy too much of something, which results in food getting tossed.

It's an extra $200/year over our normal prime membership, which, at $3.85 per week, is well worth it in convenience alone. Seriously... four bucks to avoid going to the grocery store or carry bags in from the car? Hell yes.
I guess amazon has found their customers.
Before Amazon Fresh. Probably hard working people died of starvation because they couldn't take 30 minutes a week to go to market to buy foods.
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Quote from iibbmm View Post :
We use and love Amazon Fresh. Pricing is comparable to Vons/Safeway, which is to say it's not the cheapest in the world, but in line with what I'd spend if I went to the most convenient grocery store for my neighborhood.

The fact is, my wife or I can place an order from our offices or our couch, and groceries are delivered either that same day, or the next. We have kids and both work long hours, so being able to nix one trip is extremely convenient. Beyond that, buying our groceries online tends to reduce the amount of impulse buying that we used to engage in at the grocery store. And, buy buying groceries every few days on Fresh, vs. trying to cram everything into one trip per week, we are less likely to buy too much of something, which results in food getting tossed.

It's an extra $200/year over our normal prime membership, which, at $3.85 per week, is well worth it in convenience alone. Seriously... four bucks to avoid going to the grocery store or carry bags in from the car? Hell yes.
So you don't tip?
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