10 ‘hidden’ Amazon pages that will save you money

10 ‘hidden’ Amazon pages that will save you money

In an ideal world Amazon would prefer you to buy everything at full price but to be fair to them they do offer some great ways to save money if you hunt for special promotions or stackable deals. Here are 10 ways to save money at Amazon:

Voucher codes section

Simply put these are discounts that are automatically applied at check out or on the first subscription (with subscribe and save). Some vouchers may only be available to Prime members. This page shows a full list of them and is searchable.


Subscribe and save

When buying selected products from Amazon you may see this option called ‘Subscribe & Save‘, basically you pay today’s price and they ship your product out, then after the allotted time frame they will send you another and this continues.

In exchange for regular deliveries you get the 5% off your first order and all subsequent orders but the beauty of this is you can amend your subscription at any point, to change the date or simply cancel the subscription. Either way a nice 5% off your first and future purchases is always welcome, subscribe to more than 5 items and get 15% off the whole lot.


Amazon Bargain Finder

A special Amazon/10ways tool that allows you to find genuinely good deals. The tool was originally used by us behind the scenes but we’ve made it public so everyone can benefit!


Student Prime

Students get 6 months of free prime + 50% off prime for the rest of their education + access to exclusive discounts (e.g. 20% off AmazonBasics / 10% off Fashion + loads more)


Share Prime with family/friends household

Sharing benefits with Amazon Household requires both adults to link their accounts in an Amazon Household and agree to share payment methods. Each adult keeps his or her personal account while sharing benefits at no additional cost. To set up an Amazon Household, go to the Amazon Household main page.

Note: Prime Student members (free trial or paid), Prime Video members (free trial or paid), or invited guests of other Prime members cannot share Prime benefits. 

Amazon BestSellers

Amazon’s most popular products based on sales. Updated hourly. This is a great way to find decent bargains that lots of people are buying on Amazon right now.

Amazon Prime Family

If you’ve got young kids this will be for you, Prime Family members save 20% on nappies subscriptions, compliments of Amazon Family. Create a child profile during signup if you want to receive age-based recommendations.

Amazon Warehouse Deals

Amazon Warehouse specialises in offering great deals on returned, warehouse-damaged, used, or refurbished products that are in good condition but do not meet Amazon.co.uk rigorous standards as “new”


Amazon Live Chat

Go to http://amzn.to/1DWf7Sp then scroll to the bottom of the page and click ‘Need more help’ > ‘Contact us’

Or just go here > http://amzn.to/2fQLfj5 (if logged in).

Then go to Option 2 ‘Tell us more about your issue’ and select the suitable option or ‘other order issues’ if you cannot find anything suitable.

Then a pop-up will show the ‘Chat’ button, press this and wait for an operator.

Amazon Filler Tool (to hit the £20 mark for free delivery)

On May 1st 2015 Amazon introduced a £20 minimum spend before you can get free delivery. Often we found our baskets were a few quid away from this and we struggled to find some cheap but also good value deals to hit the £20 mark.

We’ve made this tool to help you find items to bump you up to that £20 mark. For example, if you are buying a DVD for £18 with £3.50 delivery, you could add a £2 CD and save £1.50!


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