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Amazon [amazon.com] is offering free $30 credit when you try in-garage delivery (free for Prime members) and use code KEY30 at checkout

What is Key by Amazon In-Garage Delivery?
Key by Amazon In-Garage Delivery is a secure, convenient way to receive Amazon packages inside your garage. It helps prevent package theft and provides protection from potentially damaging weather like heat and rain. Key by Amazon is also contactless, because there's no interaction between you and the delivery associate, or contact between the associate and the garage door.
Key In-Garage Delivery requires a compatible Smart Garage Hub or Wifi Garage Door Opener to enable authorized delivery associates to leave Amazon packages inside your garage.


Terms and Conditions for In-Garage Delivery Promotion
Customer must place their In-Garage Delivery order using the Key by Amazon service by November 15th, 2020 at 11:59 pm PST to qualify for the promotional credit. To receive the $30 Amazon credit you must (1) be a Prime member with a compatible myQ Smart Garage and first time In-Garage Delivery customer; (2) set up In-Garage Delivery by linking your myQ with the Key by Amazon App, (3) place your first qualifying Amazon.com order with In-Garage Delivery and (4) include applicable promo code when making such first qualifying order. The $30 Amazon Credit will be applied to your next In-Garage Delivery order that occurs at least 24 hours after your first qualifying order using the applicable promo code. Offer available only to Amazon Prime members with a compatible myQ Smart Garage in select areas. You can check your area eligibility here: https://www.amazon.com/keyforgarage. Offer only applies to products sold by Amazon.com (look for "sold by Amazon.com"). Products sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities will not qualify for this offer, even if "fulfilled by Amazon.com" or "Prime Eligible". Offer does not apply to digital content. Offer good while supplies last. Shipping charges and taxes may apply to the full value of discounted and free promotional items. Offer limited to one per customer and Prime account. The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is one $30 Amazon credit. This offer may not be combined with other offers and may not be applied to an In-Garage Delivery previously completed. Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time. 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. Except as required by law, the Amazon Credit cannot be transferred for value or redeemed for cash. This offer is non-transferable and may not be resold. The Amazon Credit will be allocated proportionally among all promotional items in your order. If the total amount of the order to which the Amazon Credit is applied is less than $30, the remaining amount of the Amazon Credit will be applied to future purchases using In-Garage Delivery until the Amazon Credit is depleted. If any of the products related to this offer are returned, your refund will equal the amount you paid for the product, subject to applicable refund policies. If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid. Offer only valid for invited Amazon customers who have received this offer directly from Amazon or a partner through email or online display advertisements. Promotional credit expires at 11:59 p.m. (PT) December 30th, 2020. See http://www.amazon.com/gc-legal for complete terms and conditions.

How do I set up Key by Amazon In-Garage Delivery?
Follow these easy steps to set up Key by Amazon In-Garage Delivery:
Check your eligibility above and, if necessary, purchase a myQ Smart Garage Hub.
Use the myQ app to install your Smart Garage Hub or WiFi Garage Door Opener.
After Device Setup, follow the prompts in the myQ app to enable Key delivery with your Amazon Prime credentials, or download the Key by Amazon App to enable Key.
Choose Key Delivery at checkout when shopping on Amazon.com or the Amazon App. To receive Key Delivery notifications and control your garage door access for delivery, make sure to download the Key by Amazon App and login with your Amazon credentials.
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Your garage door is eligible, but...
Unfortunately, Key In-Garage Delivery is not available in zip code ##### right now. Check back soon, as we are always expanding eligible area
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Our condo building has this service, it's been solid overall. Amazon driver is able to call into our entryway buzzer system to be let into the package area automatically (one time only, as coordinated by Amazon).

But we've had some issues:
1. Some drives don't know what it is so they just continue to leave packages in our open vestibule.
2. Amazon has started using USPS and UPS more often for some delivers so for those packages, this does nothing.

EDIT* In case it's not clear: this is helpful because if you have an area that's locked, Amazon Key will allow their delivery people into the locked area to leave packages. Amazon can keep track of who was given access to such areas in case there is a problem. It's not 100% perfect but it does prevent issues of delivery of packages to open/unlocked areas (where anyone can walk up and steal them) and also, you don't have some random person claiming to be a Amazon delivery person to be let into the building and you buzz them in so they can then steal packages from the locked area. Obviously it's not perfect, but it does add some security.

Also, I should note that the delivery people who do mess up the delivery, our building can report them to our Amazon Key rep. If the Amazon rep is able to verify the mistakes (which they were, bc the delivery person did not request the Key access); those individuals will go through the training again and will also receive a negative performance something-or-another.
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I don't get it, how is this a safer solution to package theft? You give authorization for someone you do not know to open and enter your garage, this is safe? I don't know about everyone else but it may take me a few days/weeks to notice if anything was taken from my garage. I think the risk of loss is a higher cost than the delivered package going missing. Maybe Amazon should just require a signature. Just my 2¢.
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Our condo building has this service, it's been solid overall. Amazon driver is able to call into our entryway buzzer system to be let into the package area automatically (one time only, as coordinated by Amazon).

But we've had some issues:
1. Some drives don't know what it is so they just continue to leave packages in our open vestibule.
2. Amazon has started using USPS and UPS more often for some delivers so for those packages, this does nothing.
Same, I just saw this appear in our apartment's entrance. However, the drivers don't know what it is and they don't use it. They continue to simply leave the packages in front of the locked door area. -shrugs-
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I don't get it, how is this a safer solution to package theft? You give authorization for someone you do not know to open and enter your garage, this is safe? I don't know about everyone else but it may take me a few days/weeks to notice if anything was taken from my garage. I think the risk of loss is a higher cost than the delivered package going missing. Maybe Amazon should just require a signature. Just my 2¢.
good for those who only have cars in garage Smilie
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I don't get it, how is this a safer solution to package theft? You give authorization for someone you do not know to open and enter your garage, this is safe? I don't know about everyone else but it may take me a few days/weeks to notice if anything was taken from my garage. I think the risk of loss is a higher cost than the delivered package going missing. Maybe Amazon should just require a signature. Just my 2¢.
I have been using it for nearly 6 months now and it's super reliable. You are not giving access to anyone but just amazon driver. They are very trustworthy and if anything then you can install a $20 camera inside your garage.
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I've had this service since March and never had any problems. I got an arlo in my garage so I see the person delivering my packages and never had any suspicion. It's super convenient and reliable especially if I'm out of town and want something delivered.
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good for those who only have cars in garage https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Haven't seen a garage yet that only has cars in it, though that is a nice goal to have
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In this case, the risk ≠ reward. Pass.
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I don't get it, how is this a safer solution to package theft? You give authorization for someone you do not know to open and enter your garage, this is safe? I don't know about everyone else but it may take me a few days/weeks to notice if anything was taken from my garage. I think the risk of loss is a higher cost than the delivered package going missing. Maybe Amazon should just require a signature. Just my 2¢.
For my area it would probably be great. I had to turn off my ring notifications because I was getting flooded with "my package was stolen" alerts. Maybe it is because I live next to a upper class area and the package thieves are targeting that area because they are getting higher dollar items delivered.
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For one thing, it's an employee of a large company, not some rando. As someone said, if you're worried, use a camera.
Then stop hoarding so much crap. You're not using your garage correctly. They are for storing vehicles and Amazon packages and for use as gyms, recording studios or workshops.
This is the first gatekeeping comment on a garage I've ever seen lol. Who judges garage usage? Yeesh.
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I signed up 4 months ago but Amazon driver is not able to open my garage door. She says it keeps spinning. I also tried to delete and setup again.

Anyone else having issues?
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