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Prime Pantry is even more appealing in 2017 with new deals
As if avoiding the grocery store wasn’t appealing enough.
Amazon’s coming closer and closer to making traditional grocery shopping a thing of the past.
If you buy five select items that range from non-perishable foods to feminine hygiene products, the normal $6 delivery fee is waived. Additionally, if you buy $30 worth of select skin or oral health products or hair care items, you’ll receive $5 off and free shipping.
Considering this is all stuff you’ll need anyway, you may as well try out the service while the deals last.
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Amanda Booth is an ecommerce specialist who focuses on Etsy and Amazon deals. Her work has also been published by VH1. She joined IBM as a content designer in January 2018.