Amazon To Offer Free Shipping For Holidays


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Amazon is going to be offering free shipping for all US holiday orders and you don’t have to be a Prime member.

Amazon To Offer Free Shipping For Holidays

For the first time, Amazon is offering free shipping on all US holiday orders in an effort to add new Prime members and juice the season’s sales numbers.

Last year, Amazon shoppers without Prime memberships had to spend at least $25 to earn free shipping, but Amazon is waiving the purchase minimum starting Monday to give “customers even more convenient and faster delivery options,” the company announced.
The promotion, available only in the United States, will make hundreds of millions of items eligible for free shipping, Amazon said. By comparison, Walmart, one of Amazon’s fiercest competitors, sells around 75 million products online.
Amazon did not announce a cutoff date for the promotion, but said that free shipping will be available for all orders arriving in time for Christmas.
HT: CNN

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