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To redeem: Spend $35 or more and enter promotional code ANGRYBIRDS2 at checkout to receive $5 off your order. This is a limited time offer. Offer good while supplies last. Offer is valid on orders of $35 or more. Taxes, tips, alcohol, regulatory fees, and delivery fees do not apply when determining minimum order amount. Offer available to Amazon Prime Members and only applies to products purchased through Prime Now that are sold by Amazon. This offer does not apply to products sold by third party stores that offer delivery through Prime Now. Offer does not apply to digital content, alcohol or to orders placed through voice shopping using Alexa, Amazon.com or any Amazon mobile application other than Prime Now. Items must be purchased in a single order and delivered at the same speed to a single address. Delivery fees and taxes may apply to the full value of discounted and free promotional items. Offer limited to one per customer and account. The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is $5.00. Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time. Offer is non-transferable and may not be resold. Offer discount will be allocated proportionally among all promotional items in your order. If any of the products or content related to this offer are returned, your refund will equal the amount you paid for the product or content, subject to applicable refund policies. If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid. Unless an Amazon Gift Card is the stated benefit of the promotion, promotional codes (including those placed directly in accounts) may not be redeemed for Amazon Gift Cards. Columbia Tri-Star Marketing Group, Inc. is not responsible for the administration of this promotion in any way. Movie Artwork ©2019 Rovio Entertainment Corporation and Rovio Animation Ltd. Rovio, Angry Birds Bad Piggies, Mighty Eagle and all related properties, titles, logos and characters are trademarks of Rovio Entertainment Corporation and Rovio Animation Ltd. and are used with permission. The Angry Birds Movie 2 ©2019 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Created 08-15-2019 at 04:52 PM by Cappy123
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So basically it offsets the $4.99 delivery fee
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So basically it offsets the $4.99 delivery fee
2 hour delivery window is free in my area...
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it may post as 4X for amex gold, YMMV
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So basically it offsets the $4.99 delivery fee
The minimum for the code to apply is $35 and hence delivery would be Free.
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2 hour delivery window is free in my area...
The delivery may be free, but they still tack on a $5 tip.
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The delivery may be free, but they still tack on a $5 tip.
Tipping is optional.
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Tipping is optional.
I mean, you could also not tip your bartender and waiter...
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I mean, you could also not tip your bartender and waiter...
Not really Comparable. But ok...

So every time you get a $35 package from prime now, you should tip $5?

Wait... my mailman is very nice and I see him almost every day and he delivers packages to me. He deserves $10 each day he delivers a package. He is really nice
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Not really Comparable. But ok...

So every time you get a $35 package from prime now, you should tip $5?

Wait... my mailman is very nice and I see him almost every day and he delivers packages to me. He deserves $10 each day he delivers a package. He is really nice
The default when you order a Prime Now package is that it includes a tip. You have to take off the tip manually.
Versus when the mailman comes, there's not really an expectation that you tip them. So to tip them, you'd have to go out of your way to do so.
In one case, the expectation is that you do tip, whereas in the other, it's not the norm to do so.
I do agree that having to tip every time is annoying, which is why I don't usually order Prime Now (or Door Dash / Uber Eats / etc...)
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The delivery may be free, but they still tack on a $5 tip.
i just use the pickup option, thought id see more people mentioning that here
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The default when you order a Prime Now package is that it includes a tip. You have to take off the tip manually.
Versus when the mailman comes, there's not really an expectation that you tip them. So to tip them, you'd have to go out of your way to do so.
In one case, the expectation is that you do tip, whereas in the other, it's not the norm to do so.
I do agree that having to tip every time is annoying, which is why I don't usually order Prime Now (or Door Dash / Uber Eats / etc...)
Postal workers also earn salaries and benefits that do not make them dependant on tips.
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The default when you order a Prime Now package is that it includes a tip. You have to take off the tip manually.
Versus when the mailman comes, there's not really an expectation that you tip them. So to tip them, you'd have to go out of your way to do so.
In one case, the expectation is that you do tip, whereas in the other, it's not the norm to do so.
I do agree that having to tip every time is annoying, which is why I don't usually order Prime Now (or Door Dash / Uber Eats / etc...)
I tip when I've been treated nice and they went out of the way for me. That's what tipping is for. Not just because "I have too"

When I'm forced to give a tip and it's mandatory, it's not called a "tip" anymore.

Understand that
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Not really Comparable. But ok...

So every time you get a $35 package from prime now, you should tip $5?

Wait... my mailman is very nice and I see him almost every day and he delivers packages to me. He deserves $10 each day he delivers a package. He is really nice
Well if we all started tipping the mailman, the mailman would be a millionaire. I want to be a mailman lol. Asking for Tips = begging indirectly
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I mean, you could also not tip your bartender and waiter...
Tip for what? opening a bottle of beer lol. I would tip if I asked for a complicated drink but seriously thats the bartenders job anyway. American tipping culture is a joke and people just expect hand downs for doing their job. There is a reason there are laws for minimum wages and you are supposed to work hard to get out of the minimum wage job and earn a better living.
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