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Amazon Begins Delivering Free Sample Products

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Amazon has begun delivering free samples to select customer as part of an advertising drive

The products are individually curated based on past purchases

It has also extended it Key delivery service to customer garages

Amazon has begun sending shoppers free samples of products individually curated to their tastes amid its latest advertising initiative.

Select Amazon customers, who are not necessarily Prime members, are being sent samples of items like grocery products and pet food free of charge by the retail giant.

It is understood that Amazon uses a shopperโ€™s purchasing history to determine which samples it will leave on their doorstep.

Article: https://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2019/01/amazon-begins-delivering-free-sample-products/

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nicolajaynehend
nicolajaynehend2 months ago

Thank you for sharing this ๐Ÿง

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JulieMellor
JulieMellor2 months ago

how do u sign up for this? the link take u to a story published by retail gazette

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mso
mso2 months ago

I was confused too but to embarrassed to mention about that as I thought Iโ€™m doing something wrong โ˜บ๏ธ๐Ÿ˜‚ Iโ€™m glad it wasnโ€™t just me ๐Ÿ˜‰

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mylesx
mylesx2 months ago

I believe you're just automatically signed up for it. If you click on the get freebie button the only thing that we see there is an 'opt-out' at any time link.

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JulieMellor
JulieMellor2 months ago

mylesx thats how i read it too

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KayleighRoberts
KayleighRoberts2 months ago

I think you just get selected at random xx

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snoggy
snoggy2 months ago

Interesting read but how to

sign up for freebies ?

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SulaymanA
SulaymanA2 months ago

How do you sign up for this?

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meow2008
meow20082 months ago

im confused too๐Ÿค”

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JaybooRoo
JaybooRoo2 months ago

Yes how d u sign up

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RoseGold
RoseGold2 months ago

This seems good...How do you sign up for this?

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GracieSmylie
GracieSmylie2 months ago

This seems good. How do I sign up? Thankyou for sharing though. Nice to see helpful people in the community

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ZaraHinchcliffe
ZaraHinchcliffe2 months ago

Has anyone figured out how to sign up for the freebies.

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CallMeBob
CallMeBob2 months ago

If this is happening, it's happing in the US, not the UK

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Einsteinagogo
Einsteinagogo2 months ago

Link takes you to Amazon.com,everything is in dollars not pounds.

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zerocenturyzero
zerocenturyzero
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2 months ago

Do you believe it is safe to opt in for the sample for personal data.

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Clubman
Clubman2 months ago

Re reading the artical you donโ€™t apply by ๐™ฐ๐š–๐šŠ๐šฃ๐š˜๐š— will pick who gets a free item from their past buying history. Seems fair to me, those that use it & those that donโ€™t get nothing!

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annewilko63
annewilko632 months ago

Cheers for the post

Thanks JulieMellor for the link.

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zerocenturyzero
zerocenturyzero
Original Poster
2 months ago

Amazon says it surprises select customers with samples, adding that you donโ€™t have to be a Prime member to receive freebies. Examples of products that have historically been sampled include coffee, dog food and granola bars.

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Bersheen
Bersheen2 months ago

Thats how I read it too and have signed up fingers crossed

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lsdno1
lsdno12 months ago

Thanks for sharing, looks like Im already signed up for this!

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Kelsey
Kelsey
Founder
2 months ago

Thanks for sharing zerocenturyzero ๐Ÿ™‚ I've changed the link to go to the Amazon samples preference page and included the originally linked to article in your post's description ๐Ÿ‘

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Mummyk
Mummyk2 months ago

Super duper work kelsey as always. Thanks OP!

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GlitchHunter
GlitchHunter2 months ago

That's a link to Amazon.com though. Not Amazon.co.uk which is different isn't it? I always by through .co.uk and cannot use my prime on .com, Is there a preference page for .co.uk. I've looked and couldn't find one.

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Noneless
Noneless2 months ago

How can I sign up? I tried and it said you cannot login bla bla. But I checked everything was ok

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Bikywander
Bikywander2 months ago

Oooh this is too good to miss, always happy to receive a freebie, thank you

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AndrewCaunt
AndrewCaunt2 months ago

so amazon sends you samples on your shopping habits the only problem is that the sample programme is only on amazon,com not on the .co.uk site so you have NO shopping habits if your on the UK site, pretty pointless really.

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap2 months ago

Very interesting but bet I'm not picked or only get samples based on presents I've bought people

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vivh2017
vivh20172 months ago

I think this is USA only, certain features have not been rolled out in UK yet. I'm a prime member.

I looked at the link and took me to .com not. UK site.

I might be wrong but it's not UK as far as I could see.

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natz265
natz2652 months ago

This would be great but it is USA only at the moment, not UK so not a relevant deal

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JandE86
JandE862 months ago

very interested but sadly this doesn't lead to any that you can sign up or register ๐Ÿ˜ž

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AnnaFlanagan
AnnaFlanagan2 months ago

My dad once got sent a sample of new dairy milk chocolate from Amazon it was very random! im guessing this is like the same thing? i dont know how many people on here got that if any

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SheenaEllis
SheenaEllis2 months ago

hi all you cant sign up amazon just randomly pick someone .

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wthkv
wthkv2 months ago

It's more for the USA market thairs planty of Freeby sites in the UK for anyone who wants free samples

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RegularComper90
RegularComper902 months ago

This is the USA Amazon site, not the UK one.

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mylesx
mylesx2 months ago

Guys, for those of you wondering I think every Amazon customer is automatically signed up for this? Clicking on the Get Freebie button leads us to the FAQ which details that people can 'opt-out' at any time. Usually things like 'opt-out' aren't used by companies unless they've already done something on your behalf.

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abedweather55
abedweather552 months ago

thank you very much for sharing., i am unable to do this as i do not have the amazon key

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abedweather55
abedweather552 months ago

It has also extended it Key delivery service to customer garages

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kikogpe
kikogpe
Mentor
2 months ago

https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/amazon-prime-sample-launch-members-free-mini-products-online-shopping-food-drink-skincare-a8259336.html

"If you shell out the annual ยฃ79 ($99) fee to be an Amazon Prime member, you can now get โ€œfreeโ€ samples."

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RebeccaUK
RebeccaUK2 months ago

I think this is for the USA only at the moment. ๐Ÿ™‚

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cuddlesbbe9
cuddlesbbe92 months ago

I think wants to click the get freebie button at top you automatically enter ๐Ÿค”

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loracristina395
loracristina3952 months ago

Same here: I'm confused too...no instructions๐Ÿ˜Ÿ....

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dunnypcbfl
dunnypcbfl2 months ago

Wow new to this freebie hunting this one seems right up my street

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BevBeard
BevBeard2 months ago

Sounds great and guessing everyone with Amazon gets randomly picked at some point x

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shellybob2
shellybob22 months ago

sounds to good to be true but good luck everyone

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KateWoodcock
KateWoodcock2 months ago

I'd love to try free samples

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JoAnne746
JoAnne7462 months ago

Great - sounds amazing thank you

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LauraFoxley
LauraFoxley2 months ago

Guys you dont sign upto for it, its just something they do randomly for their customers who have an account with them. I received a freebie a while back small pack of cadburys biscuits.

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