Save Even More At Amazon With Groupon

You might think of Groupon as the place to get deals for other online marketplaces, but in fact, it can be. Groupon actually offers all kinds of deals for a site that almost everyone uses…Amazon. Amazon already offers some great deals as it is (and you can’t beat the ease.) But you can always increase the savings on the shopping that you’re already doing.

Groupon Deals for Amazon

Some of the current Groupon deals for Amazon include promo codes, instant credits, and offers for free shipping. Who wouldn’t want an instant $5 reward in the form of a credit simply for using a promo code that Groupon provides? They also offer spring deals like 25 percent off new furniture, and 15 percent off certain mother’s day gifts.

In addition to offering discount coupons, some of the deals on Groupon have to do with free shipping. They are currently running a coupon deal on Groupon where Amazon users can get free one-hour shipping instead of two-day shipping when they sign up for Prime.

Groupon offers special deals to students that can mean up to 50 percent off as well as six months free of Amazon Prime. Amazon Prime is a program offered where you sign up and agree to pay a yearly payment. With that payment you then free two-day shipping on all eligible orders throughout the year. For most regular uses of the site, this quickly pays for itself, since shipping can get quite expensive. But it’s an even better deal if you can get six months of the program for free.

New Amazon Prime users of any type might be able to take advantage of some of the other offers. Think $20 off your first $50 purchase using the service or getting a $10 credit when you add $50 to your account.

What Kind I Find On Amazon?

If you’re not already an avid Amazon user then you’re in for a treat. It’s possible to find pretty much anything on the site, with both large and small retailers offering in-demand goods. In a single Amazon shopping trip you might buy gardening equipment, makeup remover, clothing, or diapers. You can also find items that are harder to find in stores or regional items that aren’t available in the area that you live at all. The options are practically endless and it makes the shopping process incredibly easy.

There is even a pantry section of Amazon that is part of Prime where you can order food. Once you fill your pantry box with five items it will ship for free. This means that you can easily keep up on the shopping for common food items that you need frequently without having to buy in bulk or run out to the grocery store every three days. Cereal, pet food, cookies, cleaning supplies, supplements, etc, can all be ordered and delivered right when you need them in only the amounts that you do.

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