It seems as though Amazon is always announcing some new or improved Prime member benefits. It’s sort of like Christmas morning with new benefits and perks year-round. And with perks like Amazon Prime Video and Prime Music becoming more popular, it’s time for a new and improved present: Amazon Prime Pantry.
Prime Pantry is an online store full of non-perishable groceries and household products at lower price points that’s just for Prime members. Many of the products aren’t widely available via Amazon, and there are always exclusive deals and coupons throughout the Pantry store.
With thousands of items, Prime members can buy everyday items like toilet paper, cereal, and shampoo. But instead of fighting traffic and lugging around heavy grocery bags, shoppers just browse and click to fill up an Amazon Prime Pantry box to be shipped to their home.
Kind of! Shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. If an order comes in under $35, there’s a flat $5.99 fee.
There’s also a Prime Pantry membership for just $4.99 per month. That small fee gets members free shipping on all orders of $10 or more.
The services are similar, but there are key differences: