New Amazon No Rush Delivery Offer
Amazon has always offered a little incentive to select no rush delivery if you are an Amazon Prime member. No rush shipping probably saves Amazon a lot of money so they are willing to give a little back as an enticement to use it.
I am sure you have seen them in the past. A $5 pantry credit and $1 off Amazon Digital videos have been popular ones to show up. I try to use them whenever I can since the items get to me in 2-3 days most of the time anyways. There have been times I have split my orders into separate parts to maximize the discount.
While I was checking out yesterday a new one showed up and I think it is pretty awesome, especially if it is stack-able.
I had placed two items in my cart and went to check out and this offer popped up:
Get a $5 reward for a print book. You can find the terms on the offer here. It seems like it covers any book sold and shipped by Amazon (which is a lot of them). If these stack like the digital video credits do then this could mean a completely free book every few orders!
After I selected it and submitted the order I canceled one item and then reordered it to see if I could get it to show up twice. I received an Amazon digital video credit instead. So I tried another order with 2 items later and the $5 book credit showed up again. It may only be eligible for multiple item orders?
UPDATE: I got it again today when I ordered my Children’s Place gift card so I guess the 2 item theory is out the window.
This is an impressive offer from Amazon. And having just finished the Ready Player One book (great read) I am in need of some new material, perfect timing! I hope the credits stack and that I continue to get this offer to show up.
Have you seen this offer? Have you been able to redeem it yet? If yes how did it work out?
Do you think this is now the best no rush shipping offer now? Let me know in the comments!
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