Amazon Flex Job Opportunity: Get Paid Up To $25 Per Hour To Deliver Packages (Select Cities Only)

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Want to make $18-25/hour delivering Amazon packages?

If you live in or near Boston, Charlotte, Detroit, Irvine (CA), Kansas, Kentucky, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New Jersey, Northern Virginia/Southern Maryland, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Diego, San Francisco/San Jose, Salt Lake City, Seattle/Renton, or Stockton (CA) you can do just that with a job with Amazon Flex!


Amazon Flex is currently hiring drivers who live in the cities mentioned above to deliver Amazon packages including electronics, household essentials, food items, alcohol, and more to customers. With Amazon Flex, you are able to be your own boss and set your own schedule – schedule your work time ahead or pick up any available block of time. You do not have to make a minimum number of deliveries to remain eligible to deliver.

amazon-flexWith Amazon Flex, you’ll make $18-$25 per hour but note that Amazon Flex is best suited for people looking to turn free time into supplemental or part-time income as the available delivery blocks may fluctuate week to week and are not guaranteed. To get started, head here to apply.

Don’t live in one of the cities mentioned above? Head here and join the waitlist to be notified when opportunities become available in your area.

If you are looking for other Amazon Job opportunities, head here to browse through the available job opportunities. Note that most of the jobs require you to live in a certain city.

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  1. Morna

    I’ve been doing Amazon Flex for a couple months now. I look at as a fun thing to do and it really depends on which area you’re working in. I work in the Orlando area and the blocks is they called them are very hard to come by so I may only get one block a week or less. However, my parents just recently started in Southern Maryland and they’ve already gotten Reserve blocks which means that they’re guaranteed for a time block. I’ve only gotten two of those since I’ve been doing this in Orlando. Each city is different. Some are more organized and fair than others.

    • Norma

      Thanks for the feedback.

    • Cimi

      Hi..does their pay include gas charges etc…or is it just 18-25$ per hour including all?

      • DH

        I have done Flex and there are two different routes/blocks. One is Prime now where you have to delivery maybe 3-6 packages within 2-4 hours and the other is just deliverying as some people said 40+ packages within 4 hours. Toughest thing is apartment complex’s but to answer your question. It is a flat hourly rate of 18 per hour plus tips. You only receive tips for doing Prime now, not when you deliver 40+ packages. So it almost makes it not worth it if you aren’t receiving tips. It does not include gas or anything else and obviously must have a smart phone (android). I don’t know if it is compatible with iOS yet but when I was doing it, it was limited to android only.

        • Morna

          Apartments can be rough. Some areas have IOS. Here in Orlando they do but not all areas have the ability.

      • Morna

        No. You’re a contracted worker so the payment for the block is what you get, not including tips for Prime Now deliveries. You can track your mileage and gas for tax purposes through other apps. I use Everlance. There are two sides, Logistics (just packages) and Prime (fresh foods, restaurants and Prime Now deliveries). Prime drivers can get tips. I work for logistics and get the flat rate of $18.

      • Jmiller

        The rates are flat rates. After each of my routes, I will average $17/hr because of gas cost. I drive an Impala and get 25 miles/gal. Remember if you keep track of your miles for each route, you can use it for a tax deduction. Which equals roughly $.53/mi.

        • Vivian Nichol

          Be aware that as “your own boss” you will also be responsible to pay all your own State and Federal Income Taxes (amt varies based on your other income) in addtion to the 15.3% Self Employment taxes on your net income, so plan accordingly.

          • Shalene

            Wow! 15.3% self employment taxes! The $18 flat rate seems to drop significantly when you factor in Uncle Sam. Someone else mentioned something about vehicle insurance too.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks so much for sharing your experience Morna! Good to know!

  2. April

    Orlando? It’s not showing up as a city included

    • April

      Now I see it on the actual site, not on HIps list

    • Morna

      They aren’t hiring any new drivers in Orlando at the moment. It opens up occasionally though.

      • Morna

        Nevermind, I see they started hiring again. Time to let my friends know!

  3. S

    It’s not in my area yet but I went ahead and filled out the information anyways. I hope they come here! That would be a great side gig!

  4. Katie

    You should probably take your post down, or at least edit your phone number out. You have to sign up on the Amazon website, not this one. They should keep your personal info safe. Good luck!

  5. Kim

    I recommend visiting (uber people .net) forum to see tips and tricks and see feedback about different locations to see if it’s somet you would like or can do. Some days it’s $30 an hour some days it’s hardly $18. It’s $18 an hour for the block. If your too slow or have 200 packages in 3 hours to deliver an hour from the warehouse; your going to get less, if you have one giant heavy 60lb package 20 min away your going to get more or hour but still the $18×3. Minus your mileage, gas driving 100+ miles, more frequent oil changes etc.

  6. Singlemom

    Love working as driver however the policy and procedures make it difficult to keep the job. If a customer claim they did not receive the package you get fired. Regardless if your GPS showed u at the location and you take pictures no way to defend or protect yourself

  7. Haley

    Keep in mind if you use your personal vehicle for this type of work, it A)voids the manufacturer warranty because your vehicle is now considered commercial use and B)your automobile insurance doesn’t cover you at all when you are doing this type of delivery work since again you are considered a commercial vehicle.

  8. Tony Fanning

    Iam interested in doing packaging delivering work for us postal service for nine year delivering mail and amazon package my #8033184565 in the columbia sc area

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