Amazon Prime Now confusion - Amazon vs Morrisons


Ian

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Does anyone else find Amazon Prime Now really confusing? If you've not heard of this before, it's the "2 hour" delivery service from Amazon.

I did a bit of shopping on it earlier and got to the £40 cart minimum so that the order qualified for free delivery. However, it turns out that half of the products I added were for sale from Amazon and half were from Morrisons, which have separate carts (and order minimums) in the app. It's such a silly way of doing it, as it isn't obvious that this is going to be the case. Anyone ordering more than a few items is likely going to have products from both "stores" in their basket, which means two checkouts and two deliveries.

Seems so counter-intuative, which is very unlike Amazon!
 
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Not tried it yet, but that sounds daft.
 
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Well if that's the case I would just cancel the order and go local Aldi. Their problem and loss
 

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