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Promotional credit only applies to Prime Pantry Products.
Offer expires at 11:59 p.m. (PT) July 11, 2017
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This is not the same as subscribe and save, right?
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This is not the same as subscribe and save, right?
No, subscribe and save is a separate offer. However there are coupons which may be "clipped" within the prime pantry box created. Keep in mind this deal is today only!
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Can this be used with a $5 Prime pantry rewards from a no-rush shipping order?
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Can this be used with a $5 Prime pantry rewards from a no-rush shipping order?
Yes it can.
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Can this be used with a $5 Prime pantry rewards from a no-rush shipping order?
Yes. I have several of these credits and it looks like only one is applied to each pantry box
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so I guess I'm not too bright, but how does Pantry work? Do you have to gather up a certain number of items before it ships? or a certain dollar amount?
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so I guess I'm not too bright, but how does Pantry work? Do you have to gather up a certain number of items before it ships? or a certain dollar amount?
You fill up a single box with various items which have a % fill listed next to the price. Items like paper towels may be light weight but take up a lot of volume in your box. I feel bad for the UPS guys who deliver these, they can get extremely heavy...
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so I guess I'm not too bright, but how does Pantry work? Do you have to gather up a certain number of items before it ships? or a certain dollar amount?
Also, the dollar amount is irrelevant. Just the % fill matters per box.
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Also, the dollar amount is irrelevant. Just the % fill matters per box.
I don't think any of it matters. They'll ship 1 item if that's all you want.
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Just a thought - Amazon has a $5 promo for purchases of a $25 gift card right now. If you were planning to do this, you could buy the gc - apply it to this order, and make another $5 in the process. That's what I'm working on right now.
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You fill up a single box with various items which have a % fill listed next to the price. Items like paper towels may be light weight but take up a lot of volume in your box. I feel bad for the UPS guys who deliver these, they can get extremely heavy...
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Also, the dollar amount is irrelevant. Just the % fill matters per box.
thanks for the info. I was quite confused and this clears it up nicely
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You fill up a single box with various items which have a % fill listed next to the price. Items like paper towels may be light weight but take up a lot of volume in your box. I feel bad for the UPS guys who deliver these, they can get extremely heavy...
Yeah the people in the leasing office of my apartment complex were a little bothered by the 40 pound box of grocery items I had delivered a couple of times. I ended up only ordering a couple of times because I didn't want to alienate the people in charge of how much my lease goes up.
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