I have heard about Amazon Pantry and was a little curious, then I received an email that said my Amazon Pantry credits were about to expire so I decided it was time to check it out. It turns out that my Amazon Pantry credit was for $5.99 free shipping for one Amazon Pantry box. When you check out of Amazon Prime, I had selected the shipping option of not being in a rush in order to get the $5.99 Amazon Pantry credit then had forgotten about it. Above you’ll see the Amazon Pantry box when it arrived at the house.
The box was packed very well and contained quite a few things. It was just like grocery shopping except that I didn’t get any “cold” items but that is ok with me, as this is one less trip to the grocery that I have to make that requires packing all this in my trunk and then on into the house. Shopping Amazon Prime Pantry did take me quite awhile because I wanted to check into the pricing for the items I was buying and I also wanted to shop from the items that offered coupons.
Here’s a picture of more of my items so that can see the things that were stuffed down in the bottom of the box. As I was shopping Amazon Pantry, I could see the box filling up. Once the box had filled up, you were required to start with a new box, so at that time I cut my order off so that everything could arrive in my box with free shipping that would be covered with my $5.99 shipping credit.
I was impressed with Amazon Pantry and loved receiving groceries on my porch, so I will shop there again. Until then, I will be watching those Amazon Pantry coupons!
Have you ever tried Amazon Pantry? Do you see any items in my order that you could use at your house?