Amazon is giving shoppers £15 off when they download its app – here’s how to get it – The Sun

AMAZON is offering shoppers £15 off when they download the Amazon Shopping App or Amazon Underground App for the first time.

The discount can then be redeemed against a future Amazon purchase – as long as it's at least £40.

But the catch is you have to be an Amazon Prime customer to get the deal and membership costs £79 for the whole year or £9.99 a month.

And you have to be quick to snap up the discount as the offer is only open to the first 50,000 eligible Amazon Prime members.

To be in with a chance of nabbing the deal, you just need to sign in to one of the app above for the very first time between now and 11.59pm on August 1.

Here you'll be given a discount code, which you can then redeem on an order with a total value of £40 or above that's placed before September 1.

The code is only valid on items sold and dispatched by and can’t be used against digital content, alcohol, delivery, gift wrapping, infant formula, Amazon gift cards or products sold by third-party sellers.

Plus, it is worth noting that if you decide to a return an item – so the price of your purchase falls below £40 – Amazon could charge you the discount you received from the offer.

Of course, before you buy it's always worth doing a price comparison to check you can't get the item cheaper elsewhere.

You can also use CamelCamelCamel to check if Amazon itself has sold items cheaper in the past.

Amazon has introduced the offer just days after Amazon Prime Day 2019 ended on Tuesday July 16, which saw Prime shoppers able to bag a whole host of discounts.

Last year, Prime Day was hailed as the “biggest event ever in Amazon history” after a whopping 100million products were purchased.

Days before the shopping event, Amazon slashed the price of its Prime membership to just £59 a head.

Earlier this year, the retailer released a promo code that slashed the price of top Alexa, Kindle and Fire tablets.

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