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trza 3,600 2,145 August 9, 2016 at 07:08 AM in Kitchenware & Cookware (5) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 08-09-2016 by SubZero5 at 08:45 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Lodge 5-Quart Double Dutch Oven w/ Skillet Cover (L8DD3) on sale for $31.49. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $49 or more. Thanks trza

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Amazon has the Lodge L8DD3 Double Dutch Oven and Casserole with Skillet Cover, 5-Quart [amazon.com] for $31.49 with Prime shipping.

This versatile cast iron set gives you a dutch oven, a casserole dish, and a skillet.

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Amazon does guarantee delivery dates - they'll extend your membership 1/month per missed shipment, up to a free year.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/cu...=201117450

from their website "Note: If you received free shipping through Amazon Prime, you may be eligible for a free one-month extension when the promised delivery date isn't met. Prime Extensions are limited to one per free trial and 12 for an annual membership. Free Amazon Student Memberships do not qualify for this extension."
Bulk shipping deals with UPS, Fedex, USPS and of course, Prime $100 yearly fees.

Does Amazon guarantee delivery dates for Prime? Nope. They play the delay game as part of their financial shipping algorithm.

How do they really make money? They raise prices on everything, constantly, until enough naive people believe the big price drop they offer is a steal. Watch the 3xC graphs. When you shop at Amazon long enough, Amazon expects you to cease price comparing with other sites.

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Superb, thank you, I bought it as soon as I got the alert. CCC says the normal price is between $54-$59.
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Nice deal Thumbup
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How can Amazon ship this and still make money? cast iron weighs a $hit ton.
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Quote from hannabannana View Post :
How can Amazon ship this and still make money? cast iron weighs a $hit ton.
They just bought 40 767's to move product around the country. That's 15,000 cubic feet of space and up to 50 tons of weight each, and those things operate about 10 hours a day. Each one could fly across the country and back. They also have thousands of trailers driving around the country. Adding in your dutch oven doesn't cost 'em a whole lot. Wink
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Quote from hannabannana View Post :
How can Amazon ship this and still make money? cast iron weighs a $hit ton.
Bulk shipping deals with UPS, Fedex, USPS and of course, Prime $100 yearly fees.

Does Amazon guarantee delivery dates for Prime? Nope. They play the delay game as part of their financial shipping algorithm.

How do they really make money? They raise prices on everything, constantly, until enough naive people believe the big price drop they offer is a steal. Watch the 3xC graphs. When you shop at Amazon long enough, Amazon expects you to cease price comparing with other sites.
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anyone k,ow dimensions? base diameter... is it a circle or oval? and height of sides.
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Quote from WildflowerGuru View Post :
Bulk shipping deals with UPS, Fedex, USPS and of course, Prime $100 yearly fees.

Does Amazon guarantee delivery dates for Prime? Nope. They play the delay game as part of their financial shipping algorithm.

How do they really make money? They raise prices on everything, constantly, until enough naive people believe the big price drop they offer is a steal. Watch the 3xC graphs. When you shop at Amazon long enough, Amazon expects you to cease price comparing with other sites.
Amazon does guarantee delivery dates - they'll extend your membership 1/month per missed shipment, up to a free year.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/cu...=201117450

from their website "Note: If you received free shipping through Amazon Prime, you may be eligible for a free one-month extension when the promised delivery date isn't met. Prime Extensions are limited to one per free trial and 12 for an annual membership. Free Amazon Student Memberships do not qualify for this extension."
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Quote from HardFive View Post :
Amazon does guarantee delivery dates - they'll extend your membership 1/month per missed shipment, up to a free year.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/cu...=201117450 [amazon.com]

from their website "Note: If you received free shipping through Amazon Prime, you may be eligible for a free one-month extension when the promised delivery date isn't met. Prime Extensions are limited to one per free trial and 12 for an annual membership. Free Amazon Student Memberships do not qualify for this extension."
FYI, they do this with much of their heavy cast-iron: "FREE Shipping for Prime members once available"

I ordered a cast iron biscuit pan from them, and received it several days before it was "scheduled" to ship. So basically they ship it ground and don't give you a guaranteed delivery date. Shipping this thing via 2-day FedEx would probably cost more than the item itself...
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Quote from HardFive View Post :
Amazon does guarantee delivery dates - they'll extend your membership 1/month per missed shipment, up to a free year.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/cu...=201117450

from their website "Note: If you received free shipping through Amazon Prime, you may be eligible for a free one-month extension when the promised delivery date isn't met. Prime Extensions are limited to one per free trial and 12 for an annual membership. Free Amazon Student Memberships do not qualify for this extension."
I have played that game with them. I have clearly seen "order in 2 hours 19 minutes for delivery on Thursday" and many other variations. Yet they failed to deliver on those days. I get on chat, they debate that my order timing was accurate or what I saw was real. I'm sure they have numerous disclaimers to avoid free months of Prime.
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Nice finds dude!!
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Quote from HardFive View Post :
Amazon does guarantee delivery dates - they'll extend your membership 1/month per missed shipment, up to a free year.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/cu...=201117450

from their website "Note: If you received free shipping through Amazon Prime, you may be eligible for a free one-month extension when the promised delivery date isn't met. Prime Extensions are limited to one per free trial and 12 for an annual membership. Free Amazon Student Memberships do not qualify for this extension."
What about an item shipped and sold by Amazon that shows"Prime" shipping but then tells you a date 5 to 8 days out once you order? It arrives the date they tell you but not 2 days with is what Prime is meant to be. Happens a lot this year.
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I have played that game with them. I have clearly seen "order in 2 hours 19 minutes for delivery on Thursday" and many other variations. Yet they failed to deliver on those days. I get on chat, they debate that my order timing was accurate or what I saw was real. I'm sure they have numerous disclaimers to avoid free months of Prime.
You can look back at the 'arriving' date in the confirmation email. That should match what you saw at checkout as the guaranteed date. I think I've had a total of 3 late packages, each time amazon bumped me a free month of prime. Usually it's a weather delay, but I still make them give me the prime since they missed the guaranteed date.

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What about an item shipped and sold by Amazon that shows"Prime" shipping but then tells you a date 5 to 8 days out once you order? It arrives the date they tell you but not 2 days with is what Prime is meant to be. Happens a lot this year.
At checkout it will tell you the guaranteed delivery date if you select prime. If it's something that won't ship right away it should show that there. If it shows guaranteed deliver date two days out, and the package shows up in 5 days call them on it. Easy.
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