jon81uk wrote: »
It used to be £15 minimum for super saver delivery back in 2008 anyway, before it went down to £5 and then down to no minimum.
Trouble is now most other places offer a free collect from store option, which Amazon can't / doesn't do.
Ianh82 wrote: »
i have had a row with them about prime delivery only yesterday. CS sent me an email as i ordered a in stock item with the prime logo next to it but it didn't get next day delivery. i ordered around 11.30 am but still didn;t get next day because it might be far away in the warehouse. however, if i paid £5.99 extra, i could get it next day. they just sent the email about the super saver delivery and on there it clearly states 'get unlimited next day delivery with prime for in stock items'
i replied to CS email saying they should make it more clear in the T&C's and say 'with prime, not all in stock items qualify even if it has the prime logo next to it, because your item may be far away in the warehouse somewhere so will be dispatched next day when found. however, if you pay £5.99, no matter where the item is, you'll get it delivered next day'
i await there reply! i am a prime member.
jenniewb wrote: »
If your as suspicious and cynical as I am; you'd look at this and see it as an attempt for Amazon to
1. Recoup their losses after having to refund many with an Amazon subscription account.
2. Trying to lure people onto the Amazon subscription account which offers free delivery by default.
I do think they will lose many sales over this and end up having to bump up the delivery fees again. Could Amazon be the next Tesco? Watch this space!
custardy wrote: »
They usually use the term 'one day'.
Makeandsave wrote: »
I got this this morning
[FONT=verdana,arial,sans-serif]Changes to Super Saver Delivery. [/FONT]
[FONT=verdana,arial,sans-serif][FONT=verdana,arial,sans-serif] Our Super Saver Delivery service is changing. From 01 May 2015, orders including £10 or more of books qualify for FREE Super Saver Delivery. All orders of £20 or more across any product category also qualify for FREE Super Saver Delivery. Previously, a £10 threshold applied for all orders to qualify for FREE Super Saver Delivery. To find out more please click here. [/FONT]
[FONT=verdana,arial,sans-serif] In line with the above change, Add-on items are now eligible for free delivery with Super Saver Delivery and Amazon Prime on qualifying orders of £20 or more. The Add-on programme allows Amazon to offer thousands of low-priced items that would otherwise be cost-prohibitive to dispatch individually. To find out more please click here. [/FONT]
[/FONT][FONT=verdana,arial,sans-serif][/FONT][FONT=verdana,arial,sans-serif] The Associate advertising tools, including banners and widgets, have been updated to reflect this change. All content on the Amazon.co.uk site has also been updated. You should, however, check your site to ensure any reference to FREE Super Saver Delivery and Add-on reflects these changes. This change relates specifically to FREE Super Saver Delivery. All other delivery services remain unchanged.[/FONT][FONT=verdana,arial,sans-serif][/FONT]
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