Amazon shoots itself in the foot with a new payment structure for its Pantry service

Amazon is to change its food and household products service called ‘Amazon Pantry’ by the end of the month.


As it is now you pay for separate boxes at £2.99 and there is no charge for the amount you want to buy.

In the coming weeks all this will change, customers will be charged £3.99 for as much as you want over £15 and you will only get your delivery charge back when you spend over £90.

Amazon Pantry stocks many things from beans to drinks and chocolate, it has some microwave products but as of yet no bread or frozen items, although this may change at some point, it also stocks household products like toilet rolls and cleaning equipment.

Many people will not use the service once the new charges apply since they are already paying for Amazon Prime and delivery should be free to them.



Categories: Uncategorized