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$25 off Amazon Fresh order - no minimum (Northern & Southern California only YMMV)

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Surprised I didn't see this posted. I searched so I hope this isn't a repost of an old promotion.

"Start your free trial and take $25 off your first order. Use code: 25FRESHOFFER"
https://www.amazon.com/b/ref=fr_i...81DJ0MH8FZ

It says by invitation but I didn't get an email invitation or anything like that. I just clicked on a banner that took me to the offer. So it's YMMV.

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• Offer expires at 11:59 p.m. (PT) September 30, 2016. Offer only applies to products shipped and sold by AmazonFresh.
• Offer doesn't apply to items offered by Neighborhood sellers, Amazon Gift Cards or orders containing alcohol.
• Offer is subject to the minimum order amount in your delivery area.
• This offer is restricted to invited customers within the Northern and Southern California marketplaces.
• Offer good while supplies last.
• Shipping charges and taxes may apply to discounted and free promotional items.
• Items must be purchased in a single order.
• Offer limited to one per customer and account.
• Offer may not be combined with other offers.
• Taxes, shipping and handling, Neighborhood purchases, and gift wrap do not count when determining the minimum purchase amount.
• The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is $25.
• Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time.
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• Offer discount will be allocated proportionally among all promotional items in your order.
• If any of the products or content related to this promotion are returned, the value of the offer will be subtracted from your return credit.
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Last Edited by handyguy August 8, 2016 at 11:08 AM
$40 min. order.

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Typical amazon; it doesn't work at checkout. The banner displays just fine.

amazon Prime Fresh is a complete ripoff, as well. The prices are full-retail in most cases, you pay $9.99 on orders under $40, AND you pay $299/year for membership.
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Worked for me. Thank you.
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Typical amazon; it doesn't work at checkout. The banner displays just fine.

amazon Prime Fresh is a complete ripoff, as well. The prices are full-retail in most cases, you pay $9.99 on orders under $40, AND you pay $299/year for membership.
And tip the drivers
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$299/year for membership + retail price items + $9.99 s/h on orders under $40. Costco should follow.
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$299/year for membership + retail price items + $9.99 s/h on orders under $40. Costco should follow.
With prices like these...maybe they are catering more toward Businesses ?
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Another failure
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With prices like these...maybe they are catering more toward Businesses ?
I doubt any business will buy groceries more expensive than local stores like Ralph's. Lower the membership cost otherwise it's just another fire phone.
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With prices like these...maybe they are catering more toward Businesses ?
Or agoraphobics
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Code is not working =(
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Or agoraphobics

If we're not careful with our habits and our technology, agoraphobia is going to be the next ADHD, autism, or PTSD where our lifestyle creates enormous physical / mental problems due to our choices.

Constant access to the internet, 24/7 news cycles, everything possible can be delivered to your door without ever stepping outside (Games, Movies, companionship, groceries, clothing, food, and Amazon's trillion products), Virtual Reality innovations, and on and on.

Who knows, maybe Amazon is hedging their bets here and slowly trying to lay the foundation like they did with books eventually being replaced with digital versions by most of the latest generation.

I think we live in a tremendously chaotic time right now.....but I also feel like the next 10-20 years are going to be absolutely amazing in terms of human accomplishment. Not sure why I went off on a tangent here, but.....yeah. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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I doubt any business will buy groceries more expensive than local stores like Ralph's. Lower the membership cost otherwise it's just another fire phone.

Reminded me about a former employer- They had "high level" meetings with exec staff. food was catered in and stuff like 1dz bagels, (w/spread) 2 pots coffee1 container "fruit chunks" OJ, utensils cost close to $200

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With prices like these...maybe they are catering more toward Businesses ?

Tell you the truth I think for Fresh they are catering to the lazy. A lot of places are starting to do grocery delivery for a small delivery charge or if you buy more than X amount you get free delivery.I couldn't tell you why anyone would pay an extra $200 a year for expensive limited groceries and extra delivery charges and tips. Only good thing about fresh is the potential of getting free items like this deal but I've never been able to get it to work even when it was in my area. They mailed me a promo code that didn't even work.
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Code doesn't work for me ...
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