Have you been tempted by trying out Amazon Fresh for a while and not quite gone for it? Right now, as part of early Prime Day 2020 deals, you can enjoy $15 off your first order on Amazon Fresh. All you have to do is spend $50 or more and you instantly save $15 on all your grocery shopping. What more could you want?
Amazon Fresh is Amazon’s online grocery delivery service. It offers a ton of great deals and prices on all your favorite produce. Whether you want to buy fresh goods like baby spinach, blueberries, or your favorite meat, or you’re looking to pick up frozen goods to store plenty of good produce for the winter, Amazon Fresh has you covered. It saves you the need to head out to your local grocery store while also being super convenient and speedy.
Thanks to Amazon Fresh being an Amazon service, you can even use your Alexa-enabled devices to add things to your grocery shopping list for your next Amazon Fresh order. You also get access to more than 1,000 Whole Foods products, assisted by the fact that Amazon acquired the company back in 2017. That’s perfect for those times you want to eat a little more healthily.
At times like these, it might feel like you’ll end up paying more for the convenience but you won’t. Amazon has a dedicated Amazon Fresh deals section that makes it easy to see what’s on offer right now. For instance, you can save between 10 and 20% on the latest Halloween candy, 20% off baking mixes, or 15% off the finest Barilla pasta. Simply hit the link and find out more.
That’s before you consider the massive $15 off your first order that’s sure to help your household budget. All you need to do is spend $50 or more to enjoy the discount. The only catch here is that you need to be a new customer to Amazon Fresh. If you’ve used the service before, you can’t get $15 off but you can at least enjoy all the great offers that Amazon Fresh regularly provides.
Sign up to Amazon Fresh today and enjoy speedy food deliveries for a much lower price thanks to saving $15 on your first order.
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