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Amazon UK shoppers can get free delivery on everything through December 5th

Yes, everything.

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The crush of Black Friday and Cyber Monday has gone away, and now the real holiday shopping season starts. If you’re one of our UK readers, Amazon has your back this week.

They’ve got a free delivery offer running all this week, on everything.

Starting today and running through December 5, you can get free delivery on all products “listed as ‘dispatched’ or ‘fulfilled’ by Amazon on the product detail page” and the best part is that there is no minimum order amount

The rest of the year you’d need at least £20 of eligible products in your basket to qualify for free delivery (or £10 if you’re buying books), which can get annoying if what you want is £19.99 and you have to buy an additional item to save on shipping.

Go nuts this week with as many small purchases as you want, you’ll still get free delivery on each order provided you meet the other requirements. Also cool, there’s no limit on how many times you can take advantage of Amazon’s free delivery offer this week.

How to get that sweet free delivery

It couldn’t be simpler to take advantage of Amazon’s free delivery week. Load up your basket with free delivery-eligible items, skip to the checkout and enter the “FREEDELIVERY” code in the voucher code box.

Make sure you turn off one-click purchase first though, otherwise you’ll not get the chance to enter the code. Also double-check that all the products in your basket are “dispatched” or “fulfilled” by Amazon, otherwise you’ll find yourself with a bill for delivery.

With Christmas fast approaching, this is great news if you’ve yet to finish your shopping. Amazon claims all orders will be delivered within 1-2 working days after dispatch so you’ll have plenty of time to wrap them up. Just remember to buy wrapping paper.

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