Have Your Amazon Package Delivered to Your Garage, Get $10

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Have Your Amazon Package Delivered to Your Garage, Get $10

Amazon Prime has a new delivery option, dropping packages inside your garage. Key for Garage is an expansion of the company’s existing Amazon Key service, which already lets Amazon’s drivers deliver packages directly into your home or the trunk of your car. The new service keeps your packages safe, but might make your home more vulnerable. In order to use the new service, you’ll need a myQ-compatible garage door opener from Chamberlain or LiftMaster. Amazon is also offering a $10 credit for using the new service.

The Offer

Receive a $10 bonus with your first order that is delivered to your garage. It comes in the form of Amazon credit. This limited time offer is available until May 6, 2019.

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Key Terms

  • This is a limited time offer and good while supplies last. To receive the $10 Amazon Credit, you must (1) before placing your first order with In-Garage Delivery, visit www.amazon.com/ingaragepromo while you are logged into your Amazon account; (2) be a Prime member and first time In-Garage Delivery customer; (3) set up In-Garage Delivery by linking your myQ account with the Key by Amazon App, and (4) choose in-garage delivery method at checkout on Amazon.com (5) receive your in-garage delivery before the offer expires, i.e.11:59 p.m. (PT) on May 6, 2019.
  • Offer available only to Amazon Prime members in select areas who are eligible for Key In-garage delivery. You can check your garage’s eligibility here: amazon.com/eligibleforgarage.
  • Offer only applies to products sold by Amazon.com or Amazon Digital Services LLC (look for “sold by Amazon.com” or “sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC” on the product detail page).

Conclusion

An easy $10 credit if you plan to use this service. Iif you’re worried about your privacy or the safety of your home, then it might be best to skip it.

Let us know how you feel about this service.


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  1. I recently had a problem with Amazon ‘el cheapo’ delivery method. I live in an urban apartment building that has posted non-residents to be let in by a resident. Amazon delivery people ignore the notice and leave packages out in the open. Initially, it was under the bank of USPS mailboxes and then next to the closed office door. The staff locks the door at 4:30 pm and the Amazon clowns show up later.

    Last Holiday season, local TV news station ran video of packages being thrown out of cars or half hazardly on porches. One woman came home to find on camera that the Amazon delivery driver drove through her front yard.

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