Score $10 Off Your First Purchase on Amazon ‘Prime Now’

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Are you running low on milk or eggs and simply don’t have time to swing by the store? Or perhaps you’re at home sick and in desperate need of some chicken noodle soup and cough medicine?

Depending on where you live, Amazon’s Prime Now service may be able to help, and the e-commerce giant is now offering shoppers a $10 discount on their first Prime Now order.

This is how it works. Prime Now gives Amazon Prime members in select markets free two-hour delivery seven days a week on more than 25,000 household and daily essential items, including groceries, electronics, toiletries, gifts and more. You may also be able to take advantage of Prime Now’s one-hour delivery — only available in select cities — for $7.99.

If you have Amazon Prime and you live in a city that offers Prime Now — such as Miami, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, New York or Portland, among others — but you’ve never used the service, you’re eligible for the $10 Prime Now discount.

Simply type in your ZIP code at Prime Now to see if the service is offered where you live. If it is, select the items you want to purchase and make sure to use the code 10PRIMENOW when you check out to get $10 off your order.

If you don’t have Amazon Prime, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial or shell out $99 for a one-year membership.

Check out “8 Major Freebies and Discounts You Get With Amazon Prime.”

Have you used Amazon’s Prime Now service? Share your experiences below or on Facebook.

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