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Amazon pantry/online food shopping

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Goodiegumdrops Sat 21-Oct-17 15:02:36

Has anyone used amazon pantry to buy their food shop. Is it worth it? We usually do an online shop with tesco.

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Millybingbong Sat 21-Oct-17 15:06:10


HunkyDory69 Sat 21-Oct-17 15:14:42

My experience was so so & I didn't continue after a month trial.

It was a year ago so they will have upped their game, but on one occasion they clean forgot 1/3 of my order - all the fresh veg etc - & what they sent was variable between great & awful & shades between. It was nice to have a different choice, but a lot of the really lovely stuff was too expensive for me.

Returns were annoying, invoking phoning up & explaining why something was damaged etc.

I returned to reliable Ocado with a sigh of relief. But I did like their brown paper bags for storing root veg.

Finola1step Sat 21-Oct-17 16:19:50

I use it for ordering bulky items such as big bottles of clothes wash liquid, toilet roll packs, boxes of dishwasher tabs etc. I have Amazon Prime so chuck in a few qualifying items for free delivery. Always look out for deals. I have saved a fair bit compared to Sainsbury's.

But I wouldn't do my weekly shop.

Goodiegumdrops Sun 22-Oct-17 03:53:27

Thanks. We have a newborn and toddler so think the bulkier items like nappies, toiletries and household items would be a good idea like you said @finola1step . We also have prime, which makes me think it would be worth it.

I've not tried ocado before @hunkydory69 what are the prices like compared to other supermarkets or is it pretty much the same.

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kateandme Sun 22-Oct-17 11:43:24

do you have a cosco near you hun.they are great for items you mentioned.

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