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Amazon Giving Some New Yorkers Free Gadgets Starting Tomorrow
It’s the holiday season and everyone is in a giving mood, but looks like Amazon has gone a bit overboard. I saw an Amazon promotion at Delish, that sounds way too good to be true. It might even be worth cashing in your points and miles to get to NYC.
That website says that that from December 11-17, each Manhattan Whole Foods Amazon locker will house a surprise for the people who opt to use them during that timeframe. They will give you free stuff, and not just cheap little things.
Score free gifts with Amazon next week! Every Amazon customer who orders to and picks up from an Amazon Locker at a Whole Foods Market Manhattan store between Dec. 11 – 17 will receive a FREE surprise gift. Yes, everyone! Gifts range from Bose SoundLink speakers, Sony headphones, to Amazon devices including Kindle and Echo, and household items like Oral-B toothbrushes. And of course, Amazon and Whole Foods Market gift cards.
The offer is available in Manhattan only in NYC. Everyone should receive a free item, as long as they deliver it to a Manhattan Whole Foods Amazon locker. At worst, you should get an Amazon or Whole Foods gift card. Now I’m not sure if this will really happen, as I don’t see the deal posted at Amazon or anywhere else. It starts tomorrow, and if you’re in the area, then it’s definitely worth checking out.
I don’t know what the terms of the offer are. Would be crazy if every delivery gets a free item, even multiples per person.
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