My Experience with Amazon Prime Pantry

My experience with Amazon Prime Pantry so far.

I ordered my first box last week from Amazon Prime Pantry.  For those of you not familiar with the way it work, it goes like this.  You get a box that you fill up.  Every item lets you know what percentage % of the box it requires, and there is a running total at the top of the number of items you have in your box as well as what percentage of the box is filled.

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The month of February was great because Amazon had a coupon for $10 off a box, this coupled with free shipping (a $5.99 value) if you bough 5 items from specific categories means you could save big.

What did we wind up buying in our first box?  Well here is the list

Amazon Pantry Box #1

The box totaled $86.  I save $5.75 in coupons, yes they have their own coupons, $10 February coupon. Free shipping (-5.99), and a no-rush credit of $5.99 which I got when I ordered something else and chose “no rush” because it came with a credit. So an $86 order cost me only $66.

The February coupon is still available, so if you want to try Amazon Prime Pantry, Now is the time.

Update: apparently the February coupon expired before February was over.  However, I still placed an order for a second box.  I probably won’t order a third for a little while.  This service will be better when there is a wider variety of items and brands.

Here the contents of my second box which totaled $77.46 before savings, and $67.71 after savings and coupons:

Amazon Box #2

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