If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you probably already know that the subscription service comes with a slew of exclusive benefits, such as Prime Video and Amazon Music Unlimited. But did you know Amazon has a food delivery service too?
Normally, Amazon Pantry offers a wide range of low-cost, non-perishable, everyday essentials, including food, beverages, beauty and personal care items. Just fill your basket with at least £15 worth of Amazon Pantry products, and you’re good to go.
Like the majority of food delivery services, Amazon Pantry has been affected by the unprecedented demand for goods as more people shop for groceries online. The selection of stock is currently limited, with categories often showing five items or less.
However, unlike other online grocery delivery services, you can still at least access Amazon Pantry and browse for items you need. So while you’re unlikely to be able to buy popular things like pasta from Pantry, for now, you might well find that other household item you’re desperately after.
Amazon Pantry free delivery
Amazon Pantry orders usually include a standard delivery fee of £3.99, but you can get free delivery if you purchase four eligible items. These items change regularly, but can vary from popular pet supplies to food cupboard staples.
How does Amazon Pantry work?
As you’d expect, ordering from Amazon Pantry is super easy. Sign into your Amazon account (remember you’ll need an Amazon Prime subscription), choose the products you’d like from the Pantry Store and add them to your cart. You can then get them delivered straight to your door, and shop as often or as little as you like. There’s usually a great selection of offers and exclusive savings to be had, too.
What's the difference between Amazon Pantry and Amazon Fresh?
Perhaps the biggest difference is that Amazon Pantry is widely available across the UK and Channel Islands, while Amazon Fresh is only available in certain locations. Amazon Fresh also requires an additional subscription fee on top of your regular Amazon Prime membership, but boasts a far greater selection of items to choose from, including fresh fruit and vegetables, along with food from Whole Foods Market, Morrisons and Booths.
More food delivery services: quick links
- Amazon Fresh – grocery delivery to select cities
- Amazon Pantry – order everyday food essentials with Prime delivery
- Asda – no delivery slots available
- Co-op – some new delivery slots during the day, restricted to 20 item limit
- Iceland – some new delivery slots throughout the day
- Morrisons – no new delivery slots available
- Ocado – some new delivery slots during the day for vulnerable customers
- Sainsbury's – some slots available, prioritising vulnerable customers
- Tesco – some new delivery slots throughout the day
- Waitrose – prioritising elderly or vulnerable customers
Recipe box and meal delivery
- Allplants – plant-based meal delivery, cooked by chefs
- Feast Box – £20 off your first world food recipe box
- Mindful Chef – healthy recipe boxes with fresh ingredients for you to cook
- SimplyCook – Get a £3 trial recipe box to cook at home
- Domino's – 50% off pizza when you spend £35 or more
- Pizza Hut – get two medium pizzas and a classic side for £20
- Papa John's – contact-free pizza delivery
- Deliveroo – takeaway delivery from top restaurants
- Just Eat – takeaway delivery from local restaurants
- Uber Eats – takeaway delivery from your favourite restaurants
- Beer Hawk – free delivery on beer orders over £50
- The Bottle Club – 5% off when you spend £30 with code: PUBSCLOSED5
- The Drink Shop – 20% off selected wine, beer and spirits
- Vinatis – up to 50% off select wines