Amazon’s Prime Pantry service lets you ship 45 pounds of groceries for a $6 fee

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Amazon’s dead-set killing off the grocery store, with a same-day delivery service and even a Dash gadget for restocking items around the house. Now the retailer’s going one step further, unveiling a new program called Prime Pantry for household essentials like paper towels, soda and snacks. If you’re a Prime member, you can ship 45 pounds’ worth of eligible items — in “everyday sizes, ” not in bulk — for a flat fee of $6. (Yes, that’s on top of your Prime membership payment.) Rumors about Amazon introducing a Pantry service began circling late last year, and while the service now appears to be live, the company hasn’t formally announced it. To help you stay within that weight limit, a virtual Amazon cardboard box will show you how much room is left. While you could easily fill a Prime Pantry box with obscene amounts of Fruit by the Foot and gummy bears, the program is especially attractive for customers who want to stock up on heavier and bulkier items that don’t usually ship for free. Check out a video introduction below, and find more info at the source link. Filed under: Internet , Amazon Comments Source: Amazon Prime Pantry

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