Try Amazon “Prime Now” and Get $10 Off Your First Order

Updated August 10, 2020 by Kyle
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If you haven’t tried Amazon Prime Now, which promises 2-hour delivery in a bunch of cities across the U.S., the time to “give it a go” has arrived. This is due to a pretty attractive $10 Prime Now coupon discount that Amazon recently rolled out. The coupon essentially allows you to get something that costs $10.50 delivered to your home within 2-hours and pay only $0.50. Sounds pretty good to me, and a fairly risk-free way to give the delivery service a try. Here are all the details that you need to know to make it happen.

Try Amazon Prime Now and Get a $10 Off Your First Order

Free $10 Off your First “Prime Now” Order

First of all, here is exactly how Amazon Prime Now works:

  • Prime Now gives Prime members free 2-hour delivery on 25,000+ items.
  • Prime Now items span 25 shopping categories. These include household items, groceries, electronics, gifts, seasonal items, and more.
  • Prime Now is currently available in 28+ cities. They include Manhattan, Brooklyn, Seattle, Dallas, San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Diego, Austin, Atlanta, Houston, Miami, Baltimore, Minneapolis, Tampa, Orlando, Northern Virginia, Phoenix, Columbus and Portland, OR.
  • To check your exact eligibility, visit this page and enter your zip code.
  • Some select cities also offer 1-hour delivery for a $7.99 fee.

See Also: 6 Slick Ways to Get Amazon Prime for Free

Amazon “Prime Now” Coupon:

Here is how the $10 Prime Now coupon works:

  • Just enter coupon code 10PRIMENOW when checking out from Prime Now and get $10 off your first Prime Now order.
  • Offer does not apply to digital content, alcohol, shopping via Alexa,, or any Amazon mobile application other than Prime Now.
  • Limited time only, this Amazon coupon code will end without notice.

Don’t have Amazon Prime yet? Get a free 30-day trial and try it today.

Ask the Reader: Have you tried Prime Now yet? Did you get your item in the 2-hour delivery window that was promised?

By Kyle James


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