Amazon UK recently started charging for almost on all items unless you have Amazon Prime subscription which costs £49. Amazon is well known large online retailer for low price items. Recently they stopped the ‘Free Super Saver Delivery’ for orders under £10. Now, the cable which I could get delivered for couple of quid I can’t get it any more. In this post I’ll show you an easy way to get free delivery from Amazon UK on orders under £10.
Now a lot of customers are in trouble that they have to for the delivery. If an item in cheap but heavy the delivery can be more than the item. The item total price becomes more. eBay is still offering free delivery and some on low cost. Well, it wouldn’t be surprising if a part of the customers choose eBay for the free delivery they are offering.
How to grab yourself a free delivery from Amazon UK
With this update from Amazon there are some exclusions on some items. Amazon stated “Orders that include books, DVDs, Blu-rays, music, video games and software products qualify for FREE Super Saver Delivery with no minimum spend threshold.” They will be delivered free. The trick is very simple, if you are ordering any of the above items you can get the free delivery. There are plenty cheap CDs are there which gives free super saver delivery. I guess you don’t want to pay more than the price you bought the item for.
The most cheapest option is to include an used book from Amazon WarehouseDeals, which might cost you as low as 25-30p and your other item will be eligible for the free delivery too. They have some nice books too if you would like to read them or make a collection.