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[Prime] $0 International Expedited Delivery on Prime Eligible Items from Amazon US / UK (No Minimum Spend, Was $49) @ Amazon AU

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Back again for prime day 2021, great way to order some cheap deals from overseas :)

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  • This promotion entitles Australian Prime members (free trial or paid) to receive free International Expedited Delivery on all Prime eligible items shipped and sold by Amazon US or Amazon UK.
  • The promotion is valid until Wednesday, June 23rd 05:00 PM AEST.
  • Amazon reserves the right to cancel it at any time.
  • The promotion only applies to Prime eligible items shipped and sold by Amazon US or Amazon UK and purchased during the promotion period. If you do not purchase eligible items within the promotional period, you will not receive free delivery on Prime eligible Amazon Global Store orders less than $49.
  • This promotion does not apply to products sold by other sellers (including third party sellers and Amazon AU). For example, if the promotion applies to cookware offered by Amazon US or Amazon UK, the same cookware sold by other sellers on the Amazon.com.au website may not qualify.
  • The free International Expedited Delivery promotion only applies to Amazon Prime (Australia) members.
  • This promotion does not apply to orders placed with 1-Click.

As always, enjoy!

This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2021

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Comments

  • +8 votes

    I am having trouble finding an item to order for $0.01

    So I am assuming it's on all orders

  • +10 votes

    I'm a Prime member and ordered a hard drive from the UK last week with normal 'free' air mail. It arrived within seven working days. Their normal service is stunningly quick, so I'd expect expedited to be within 4 working days.

    • +4 votes

      Lucky you, mine was lost :(

    • +27 votes

      It really is unbelievable.

      I got drunk at a friends last night and he lent me a hoodie that had lots of little ball things all over it, I ordered him a de-baller via Prime one day shipping and woke up there at 8:30AM to it being at the door already..

      • +1 vote

        Wish it was like that in Adelaide!

      • +10 votes

        Prime next day delivery on a Sunday morning for a Saturday night order has to be the best thing ever.

        • +14 votes

          Wait for Prime 1 and 2-hour same day delivery. Was fantastic in London!

          Also: BEWARE! Amazon US products on Amazon.com.au are actually more expensive than ordering off Amazon.com directly (when converted to AUD and not including shipping). So this might not be the deal you think it is really.

          • +5 votes

            @Hybroid: From what I've seen it's cheaper to order US items off of Amazon AU.

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              @WinstonWithAY: Could depend on the item. The ones I've seen, included few commenting below, certainly higher priced. It's definitely worth double checking as we go along.

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            @Hybroid: Amazon AU always slaps on an extra charge when you order from Amazon US via the global store.

            How can you tell? Amazon US is kind enough to include a piece of paper that specifies the cost of the item in USD. After you convert to AUD (on the day of the order), you will see a gap, and that's Amazon AU's cut.

        • +1 vote

          except for the delivery drivers unfortunately

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            @colblair: 90% of the time they don't even make their presence known, so… Can't really complain about that! The ones that I have seen I haven't had any issues with really, except one or two that delivered to the wrong set of units.

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            @colblair: I'm surprised this hasn't come up more often. The reason Amazon can do this is because they use independent contractors (like Aus Post does - remember the incessant "carding" that went on where they would leave a "go to the PO card" without even ringing your bell?) and these folks, while hard workers, simply aren't as professional as even the crappier courier companies. I've had guys call me from a block away asking me to come out to them, guys leaving packages metres from the busy street where people can help themselves to packages. And almost every time, they never ring the intercom for our apartment in Bondi Junction. And that's when we weren't a blinking COVID hotspot!

      • +1 vote

        Maybe we should get drunk everyday to get such speedy deliveries.

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          Makes the hours fly by

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      Same. I was impressed by them also delivering on Sat. Plus all come with nice boxes. Good to see a business providing better service beating local ones.

  • +32 votes

    Quick, someone tell me what to buy

    • +1 vote

      https://www.amazon.com.au/Proper-use-(profanity)-HOW-attention/dp/486256139X

    • +1 vote

      I found command strips to be cheaper from the US store than here in Bunnings - though they tend to be in bulk - and previously the 49 minimum meant bulk x 3

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    Very nice… have a few items I wanted to buy from Amazon US.

    • +3 votes

      Share please.. thanks

  • +25 votes

    Just a heads up, I had a few things on my wishlist from Amazon UK/US that now have free delivery but the prices of each of those things have gone up more than 10 AUD each. Might be a deal-breaker for some.

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      Yeah I've noticed that too. An oil filter I had ordered couple of weeks ago has gone up by about 10% right before the free shipping kicks in.

    • +3 votes

      Yes, one item was 62 from UK, now 89. Holly sh**. This is the Amazon we use to know? Ebayzon now?

    • +1 vote

      Camel camel camel would help a lot today.

      • +2 votes

        so i thought - then I realised Amazon are very clever on how they apply discounts - some of them are applied at checkout so won't be scraped by Camel camel camel - i checked my previous amazon prime day purchase invoices.

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      definitely

  • +1 vote

    Nice!

    Now, what to buy?

    • +37 votes

      Don't buy anything, and you are saving more.

    • +6 votes

      Microwavable Fried Rice.

    • +2 votes

      American colander much better than British

      • +3 votes

        Uncle Roger won't like those.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks, I have been holding onto a purchase for so long while watching the price go up and down. Now I can finally buy it

    • +26 votes

      YOU TELL US WHAT YOU'RE BUYING AND YOU TELL US NOW

      • +8 votes

        This to go with this

        Reviews look pretty good, especially

        Don't let the price fool you….this thing is amazing. My grandma has never had a bath like this. I just put her out in the driveway, get the pressure washer going, and this foams her right up without me having to use the sponge. 10/10 would buy again.

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          Is really a great deal? There's heaps of foam cannon attachments you can get on eBay for about that price.

        • -1 vote

          Why a foam cannon? They are literally useless

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            @nikoris: Not for grandma

          • -1 vote

            @nikoris: Why? I have it and love to use to wash the car. Also looks cool for photos, since there's no snow here.

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              @caio: How is a foamy car a cool photo lol

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    Dang, the product in my carts is not prime eligible, however the same product but different size does get prime icon? How does that workout?

  • +11 votes

    160+ votes in 18 mins, I guess everyone is staying up late for the sale today.

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      100%

    • +2 votes

      I am here, but have nothing on my list, just don't want miss the ozbargainer party.

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        Me too

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      200 votes in 20 mins

  • +11 votes

    If this is the best deal can I go to sleep ?

    • +1 vote

      Wondering the same

    • +12 votes

      NO. STAY TUNED, WE CANT SLEEP THE NEXT TWO DAYS.

  • +9 votes

    looks for items to buy

    find a few good buys

    totals more than $50

  • +12 votes

    In all seriousness, this is a great deal.

    But I have been browsing for 36 minutes and still can't think of anything to buy!

    • +3 votes

      1 hr and 2 minutes later. 🤷🏻‍♂️

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    Just signed up and paid for 1 month , hopefully worth it

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      Cancel for a refund if it isn't.

  • +15 votes

    I just want to share my experience regarding shopping Amazon US/UK items on Amazon AU
    I have posted once here, just want to repost it again to bring more awareness

    I was after a Samsung A7 32GB back in Dec 2020 when it was newly released and heavily discounted to $149 USD, Amazon US deliberately stopped shipping to Australia to avoid crashing with $379 on Amazon AU of the same tablet

    I say "deliberately" because when I changed the shipping address to Singapore or Hong Kong, it showed $149 USD again with free shipping.

    I've saved it on my AU wish list, ahead of the sale, with Amazon US as the "3rd party seller". When price dropped, it's gone.

    There was a moment during the Amazon US boxing day 2020 sale, it was A$220 (=$149 USD+GST) on Amazon AU when I was able to choose the seller as Amazon US with free international shipping as a prime member. That's the exact bargain I was hunting. I was going to combine with 10% off gift card and 7% cashback from CR, that brings it down to less than $190 AUD. But it was gone as soon as I proceed to the payment page.
    I am sure it was not out of stock because it's still in stock on Amazon US

    I contacted customer service immediately via live chat, but they refused to help, instead they asked me to choose Amazon AU as seller and pay $379.

    I was so furious and I will never forget this. since, I have found Amazon US switches off shipping to Australia frequently on multiple products during mark down to avoid self competition with Amazon AU

    When boxing day sale ended, price went up, then the US item showed up on AU website again.

    In conclusion, With Amazon AU, you are worse off most of the time!

    • +5 votes

      It's very simple - Amazon have agreements with many suppliers to regionally lock items eg Apple, Samsung, KitchenAid the list goes on…

      It's not a scam…it's globalism :)

      • +5 votes

        nope, if it's regionally locked, it wouldn't be back in stock in full price on AU after boxing day sale

  • +13 votes

    Price jacked on most of the items I have been eyeing. I would rather buy them during a normal day using free international delivery on $49+

    • +1 vote

      You have a valid point. Take a + from me.

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    Had somethings in the cart. Thanks

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    The only time I shop/spend at amazon in a year starting in about 16 mins only to buy random junk I dont need

  • +3 votes

    Ordered a game from Amazon US and they literally sent it in plastic bag, no bubble wrap no nothing. Just a plastic bag, naturally it arrived dented, bent and ripped. Happened 3 times now….

    Amazon UK on the other hand are decent

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      same for me,,, even label on the items' box itself

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      When I have had a videogame with some kind of faults Amazon US refunded without thinking twice

      • +1 vote

        That is true, in fact I got to keep all 3 damaged items + full refund. But I'd rather receive what I ordered in good condition than keep a damaged item, which I then need to repurchase for collection purposes though..

        And Amazon do not send replacements from the US and UK, they only provide refunds. The item's price then goes back up so then I'd have to wait or purchase else where

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      I've had a crappy experience with Brita water filters from Amazon UK

    • +2 votes

      Ordering books from Amazon US is a nightmare. Always in a box 3 times too big with just a popped air bubbler as protection. Amazon Aus on the other hand always packs well.

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        Ditto - ended my Amazon book purchasing from any Amazon.

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    Here We Go! The prime time party begins now officially!

    (Just kidding, Hoping for a decent deal to buy LOL)

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      Coke is cheap.

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    I can not see the PRIME badge on products on amazon US. So I can't find any with free shipping, how do we find these?

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    bruh… i have my finals in 9 hrs…

  • +2 votes

    Everything I had wishlisted from the US is now either sold out or has gone up in price by at least $10.
    Guess it's time to start hunting stuff I don't need…

  • +3 votes

    With free delivery, a lot of vitamins from Amazon US are now cheaper than iHerb

  • +2 votes
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  • +1 vote

    I'm buying few chapter books for the kiddos. Didn't want to spend $49 to get free shipping for a few books. No price change in the books, yay!

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    Hmmm … I need a massive role of BUBBLE WRAP
    Would any of those be eligible, normally it’s like a billion dollar and I end up going to officeworks to just pay $10 for their super tiny bubblewrap that must be made for ants

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    I have an amazon US egift card for $100 USD.

    Can't redeem it on Amazon AU. Is there free shipping to Australiaon any products bought via Amazon US site?

    • -1 vote

      No contact support there is a way to convert to AUD and get it on your account .
      I've done it with a USD$50 .

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        Not sure why you got downvoted? is this not possible?

        • +1 vote

          It wasn't possible when I contacted Amazon earlier this year. They said they were separate entities, so each gift card was only valid for the particular country's site. I'd figured that was the case, but I've got a CA$50 voucher that is unable to be used :|.

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          Update: tried both Amazon AU and US support chat and both said it's not possible

    • +2 votes
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        Haha that's actually pretty cool, would make a good gift. Do you have one?

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          I purchased one yesterday using a USD$50 gift card I had. Reviews on YouTube look good. Worth a go considering you would be paying $700+ for the Phillips Hue HDMI sync box at JB.

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    What's returns like to international amazon? Or does it get sent back to an amazon local address?

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      If you bought via the au site its a local return even if it was sent from UK or US. Not sure if this applies with 3rd party vendors though, my only returns have been with amazon as seller.

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    Great deal