Amazon Family

12:22 Pippa Ainsworth 0 Comments

Amazon have launched a new initiative aimed at helping families to save time and money in shopping for those essential family purchases. The scheme is aimed at families with children aged up to four years old.

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Customers can sign up to today at and gain access to discounts on a wide range of family products as well as the following:
  • Three months’ free subscription to Amazon Prime, giving unlimited One-Day Delivery on  millions of eligible items
  • £10 off their next purchase over £50 in the Baby Store, 
  • Access to a host of exclusive launch deals including 40% off Plum baby food, 20% off their first subscription of Huggies nappies, a free Tommee Tippee nappy bin, 20% off children’s shoes, and many more 
  • Ongoing exclusive discounts and offers tailored to customers’ interests, delivered straight to their inbox, with savings of up to £50 each month
  • Also available for a limited time to celebrate the launch of Amazon Family are selected Kindle books from the Paddington Bear series, for £2.99

Amazon offers a one-stop virtual shop for all your baby and toddler needs. From car seats to toys and books, from prams to baby wipes you can find it all there. In addition customers also have access to the reviews of each product submitted by other people who have purchased each item. Each item is delivered direct to your door which saves awkward shopping trips with small children in tow. You can even stock up on nappies at a great price.

When you sign up to Amazon family you input the details of your family and then your personal offers are generated. You will also received free one-day delivery, perfect for those emergency purchases! Amazon Family is free for the first three months but then costs £49 for a full year's membership. The savings and free one-day delivery are great and, for regular purchases from Amazon it could really save money in the long run.

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