Amazon PrimePantry Review

Recently signed up for a 30 day free trial of Amazon Prime, and although I received free two-day shipping on my order, I still would have received the free shipping with my $25 purchase I just might have had to wait a little longer for delivery.

So I thought “wow” I can get free 2-day shipping on everything Prime I just might keep it once the trial expires, WRONG! Amazon now has this PrimePantry category for all the grocery type items that they sold separately previously before this PrimePantry category was implemented.

So this is what you see when you select PrimePantry, so one would assume any 5 items in the associated categories under PrimePantry you would receive free 2-day shipping as a Prime member, WRONG!

https://www.amazon.com/gp/pantry/info/pantrypromotion

You have to select 5 certain items and fill the box before they ship, so it’s probably just the 5 in the picture that falls under the free shipping guidelines for PrimePantry , so why pay for 5 items that you really don’t want or need just to get free shipping. PrimePantry is just another way to make Prime members pay for shipping!

For $99 – $131.88 a year for a membership, you would expect that ANY 1 more or less ANY 5 “PrimePantry” items would provide a Prime member with free shipping! “Prime” is the keyword here Amazon!

PrimePantry Guidelines

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