Amazon Prime Members: Get $30 Off First $100+ AmazonFresh Order
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Shop for groceries in your pajamas! 🙌🏻
Through July 17th, Amazon Prime Members can score an additional $30 off your first AmazonFresh purchase of $100+ when you enter promo code 30FRESH at checkout (exclusions apply). Even better, delivery is free on orders of $50 or more, which means your order will deliver for free! What a great deal!
Keep in mind that AmazonFresh is currently only available in select cities and not available to dorms. To see if AmazonFresh is available in your area, go here, log into your Prime account, and enter your zip code.
With AmazonFresh, Prime members can skip the checkout line and get fresh produce, everyday essentials, and more delivered straight to your door – including Whole Foods Market 365 products! All items are hand-picked, carefully packed, and delivered to you during a convenient time window.
Note that all items must be purchased in a single order and shipped at the same speed to a single address. You’ll also need to sign up for the AmazonFresh Free 30-Day Trial before you start shopping. Once your trial ends, you’ll pay $14.99/month unless you cancel your AmazonFresh add-on.
Here’s what Hip2Save readers have to say about Amazon Fresh…
I just received my order this morning and everything looked great! No bruises on the apples and no signs of the produce being old. I would not hesitate to order again.
I received my order this morning and I didn’t even hear the delivery driver. My order was delivered sometime before 5am and everything was packaged really well. The produce I purchased looked amazing and my meat was cold. Nothing was crushed or damaged. It was an incredibly easy experience and one I won’t hesitate to use again!
I don’t use the service all the time, but it’s great on occasion when you are moving or coming back from vacation! I could also see it being used around the holidays when you don’t want to fight the crowds at the store. The delivery drivers were extremely quiet when they came early in the morning, the cold food was kept much cooler than if I had picked it up myself, and the meat was well packaged.