UK buyers can get free UK shipping on up to 60 items, including Amazon Free shipping, the UK’s biggest retailer said.
The Amazon FreeShipping service offers customers free delivery on any order up to £50 in value.
The £50-plus price point includes items from Amazon, but is also available for the likes of eBay and Amazon Prime.
It will cost you £1.49 per £100 in value, which is cheaper than what you pay for a regular Amazon Prime subscription.
For example, if you buy 10 items, for £50 you would get free delivery for the following 10:Bespoke products: £5.49Free delivery on clothes, shoes, shoeshoes, bags, accessories and other accessories (with qualifying orders only): £10.49$25.99$55.99Free delivery of new and used books: £10£9£6£5£2£2$30£1.50£3.99£1£2.99Delivery of books and magazines: £3.49£3£1For books and DVDs: £2.50$1$2£3UK shoppers can now get free Amazon Prime delivery on up 100 items, with up to 30 items excluded.
The free delivery is available on new and unused items.
The service offers free delivery to UK customers on up 200 items, plus the following 30 items excluding the Amazon FreeShipping service, which can also be used to buy items on Amazon Prime from a number of UK stores.
The discount applies to all items, excluding Amazon Prime memberships, or items from the Prime catalogue, including books and movies.
Free shipping can also apply to the following Amazon FreeItems: £4.99UK customers can also get free international shipping, with delivery to be delivered via the US Postal Service.
The UK is the only EU country to offer free delivery of Amazon Prime items to EU citizens, while Canada offers free domestic shipping to EU residents.
Amazon has a huge range of products available to UK buyers, including clothes, footwear, toys, and furniture.
The UK’s largest retailer also sells the best-selling laptop, tablet, and smartwatch.
Amazon FreeOrders: The Amazon Free Shopping service is currently available to Amazon UK customers and to Amazon US customers.
To use Amazon Free Orders, you must have an Amazon Prime membership, which allows you to use Amazon products for free.
You can also sign up for Amazon Prime and use free shipping to Amazon.
Amazon FreeShipping: UK customers can get FREE UK shipping, including on up 20 items, such as books, toys and appliances.
The value of the order depends on the value of any goods you choose to buy.
To start using Amazon FreeShipments, simply add an item to your shopping cart, and click ‘Create order’.
Then choose the quantity and destination that you would like to buy, and you can select which delivery method you would prefer to receive the order.
You will then see a confirmation email with the amount of the item and a shipping estimate.
Amazon has said customers can choose from up to 10 free items per order, including new and unsold items, and an additional item of £5 each for non-UK customers.
The £50 minimum shipping charge applies, but there is no limit to the number of items you can order.
For more information, read our in-depth review of Amazon FreeOrdering.
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