Amazon is offering every customer free £10 off their order
Amazon shoppers are getting some money back today as the online retail giant launches its free £10 deal.
After coming top of a new nationwide poll for customer satisfaction Amazon.co.uk is offering £10 off selected orders over £50 placed today.
If you fancy taking them up on this offer all you have to do is head to Amazon's website and enter the code BIGTHANKS when you checkout.
Amazon says its £10 offer is available on all products sold by Amazon retail.
However, customers should note that the offer cannot be redeemed for products sold by third-party sellers on Amazon Marketplace, digital content or AmazonFresh and AmazonPantry orders.
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“We always appreciate the support of our customers so we’re thrilled to start the year with such positive feedback,” said Doug Gurr, UK Country Manager, Amazon.
“We know we can always get better, and we’re confident our investments in the UK will enable us to further improve the shopping experience for all our customers in 2017.”
Over the last year, Amazon introduced new innovations to further improve the shopping experience for customers.
AmazonFresh launched in London, with the full grocery service now available in over 200 postcodes.
The ultra-fast delivery service Prime Now continued to expand, now reaching over 30% of the UK population, and Amazon Restaurants launched, bringing great food from hand-picked local restaurants to Prime members in parts of London.
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Amazon FREE £50 gift card offer – warning over scam email
This latest real deal comes just a week after Amazon UK customers were targeted by a new email scam that attempted to access their personal accounts through the promise of a £50 gift card.
A fresh batch of fake emails offering a voucher for amazon.co.uk have been circling the inboxes of their UK customer base.
This is the second time in under a month that British users of the world’s leading e-commerce company have been the recipient of phishing emails.
Last month Amazon users were subjected to an attempted trick that claimed there was a problem with a recent order from the shopping site.
This time around customers are thanked for their loyalty before being invited to click a link that reveals the remainder of a code which will entitle them to £50 of online store credit.