Amazon New Instant No-Rush Shipping Discounts!

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I wrote about a price war that seemed to be working out well for consumers between Walmart and Amazon, Amazon Lowers Free Shipping Threshold Again! Both Amazon and Walmart have been lowering their prices and Walmart even started giving big discounts if you opted for in-store pick up versus having your item shipped. Amazon had been offering small rewards for choosing No-Rush shipping, like a $1 toward digital credits or $5 Pantry credits. Now, it looks like Amazon is offering both promotional reward or a discount! Great news!! You can review all the info on this new discount for No-Rush shipping on Amazon here. Keep your eyes peeled when you are checking out for the new option.

Amazon New Instant No-Rush Shipping Discounts!

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Amazon New Instant No-Rush Shipping Discounts!


Choose FREE No-Rush Shipping and we’ll automatically apply a discount to selected items in your order.

Bottom Line

Next time you are shopping on Amazon, be on the look out for these discounts. Happy shopping!

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  1. Any data points on these ‘discounts’, yet?

    Is it a % of dollar amount purchased, or a fixed discount amount per order, regardless of order total?

    If it’s a % dollar amount per order, I can see doing this for a few high-dollar orders – in order to help defray the annual cost of Prime.

    Otherwise, kind of defeats the purpose of paying for Prime, IMO.

  2. I haven’t seen any instant discounts, they’ve all been applied towards my balance. Is it only on particular products/shippers?

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