Some changes are being made to Amazon’s Prime Pantry pricing today. Starting now, Prime members will be paying $4.99 per month for unlimited deliveries with free shipping in orders over $40. That’s down from $5.99 flat-rate fee that was previously in place. More details on all this below, but first let’s get to the deal. Amazon is now offering $5 off your next Pantry order of $40 or more with a 30-day free trial. Simply use code PANTRY5 at checkout on your next order. Note: It sounds like this might only be for new customers, but the Terms and Conditions details aren’t showing up for us yet. More details below.
It does look like your per-order fee will jump up $2 if you don’t hit the $40 threshold including Prim Pantry members. You’ll find even more details here. You can also save an extra $6 with the purchase of any 5 of these select items.
What is Prime Pantry?
Prime members can shop for groceries and household products in everyday sizes, such as a single box of cereal, with Prime Pantry.
Prime Pantry offers a wide selection of products and exclusive savings such as weekly deals and coupons. You can purchase groceries and household items on our website or by using the free Amazon app.
We have thousands of items available, including snacks, breakfast foods, beverages, beauty and personal care items, and household products. Skip the trip to the grocery store and let us do the heavy lifting.
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