Amazon Are Giving Away £1 Credit When You Opt For No Rush Delivery

Worth it if you shop with Amazon a lot!
Amazon Are Giving Away £1 Credit When You Opt For No Rush Delivery

HURRAH! I love it when Amazon have "deals" like this running. I shop with Amazon a lot, just like many of you, so you'll be pleased to find out that they are offering £1 credit when you opt for "No Rush Delivery". If you don't need your order ASAP, then choose No Rush Delivery and you'll get a £1 credit to spend on eligible items.

£1 No Rush Amazon Credit

Amazon Are Giving Away £1 Credit When You Opt For No Rush Delivery

How does this No Rush Delivery work? When you place an order of £10+ on selected Amazon Prime eligible items, Amazon will give you the option of No Rush Delivery - this means that they can prioritise other orders that are deemed more urgent.

As a reward for delaying your order for a couple to a few days, your Amazon account will be loaded with a £1 promotional reward.

This £1 credit offer will run from 16 June 2020 and is intended to end on 16 July 2020 - so a full month for you to rack up the £1's! You get to spend your £1 credit on qualifying items that are dispatched up until 16th August 2020.

Amazon promotional rewards cannot be redeemed against warehouse deals, third-party seller items, alcohol, baby milk/formula or gift cards.

The £1 credit is automatically deducted from your next order on an eligible item, so there's no faffing about required. There is no limit on how many promotional rewards can be used on an order - the only stipulation is that you use them on eligible items, or they won't be applied to your order.

To get maximum £1 credits, it's wise to split your orders into £10 lots and opt for No Rush Delivery for each of those. That way you'll get a £1 credit for each order, and not just one for the whole order.

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