Amazon to introduce new delivery charges

Amazon to introduce new delivery charges

From 18 September Amazon will be making a change to its delivery charges. It has told Amazon Prime customers in an email they will have to pay for some previously free deliveries.

It stated “As we invest to improve our Same-Day delivery service we are writing to let you know about an update to the Same-Day delivery options available for Prime members in eligible postcodes. The majority of Prime members currently receive most of their Prime orders with One-Day delivery, while free Same-Day delivery can be manually selected for eligible orders.”

From 18 September 2023, Prime Same-Day or Overnight (Tomorrow by 1pm) orders over £20 will automatically be delivered using the fasted available option, at no extra cost. This means that where available, you will get eligible orders delivered for free on the same day or by 1pm the following day, depending on when you place your order.

Eligible Prime orders under £20 will continue to be shipped with free One-Day delivery. Where available, Same-Day delivery can be selected at checkout, but there will be a fee of £1.99 per delivery for orders under £20. The fee for customers who are not Prime members will remain £5.99.

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