Thanks, OP, for the excellent long list, and thank you to everyone who added to it. Unfortunately it appears Sears is not participating in National Free Shipping Day as I just tried to place a small order and backed out as they were going to charge shipping. Looks like a trip to the local store instead since it’s still open until the end of January. Looks like the annual membership with the 90-day trial for free shipping is only for orders over $25?
The last coupon will expire in about 3 hours (3am EST). If anyone still can’t get it to work, it only worked for me after I installed the latest app update from the Google Play store. I was on version 14.xx and the newest version is 188.8.131.52. After upgrading, I clicked on the camera logo on the right side of the search bar and the coupon popped up after the first try/immediately.
This last coupon is good on (prices before $5 coupon):
It was also supposed to work on the $20 Fire TV stck ($15 after coupon), but that sold out. 'I found a work-around: after you get the $5 coupon loaded to your account in the app, search for “B00ZV9RDKK.” Add the Fire TV stick to your cart in the app and checkout as usual. The $5 credit will appear in your cart under “camera usage coupon,” making the Fire TV stick $14.99 before tax. Shipping is free.
All 25,399 sold out…just as I was completing checkout…
They should have given me card #25,400, to make it a nice round number…
Although there was a limit of one GC per customer, there wasn’t any invite-only restriction stated for customers, @jbw…
There was a glitch in the listing earlier in the day, however: when I initially tried to purchase a GC, I couldn’t get through checkout: above the auction title was a notice that buyers needed to be pre-approved in order to make the purchase; I sent in my request for approval, received an apology email from PPDG with instructions to try again, observed that the notice had been removed…was in the process of making the purchase again when I received the error message that the quantity I was trying to purchase (1) was no longer available.
Also available, Star Trek Stardate Collection for $29.99 (regularly $38).There are two volumes: the first has the first six movies that have the original series cast in it and the second volume has the TNG cast in it as well as two bonus discs: Star Trek: Summit and Evolutions.
Star Trek: Stardate Collection [Blu-ray]
Discover the Star Trek Universe and experience every unforgettable moment from Kirk's triumphant return to the bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise in Star Trek: The Motion Picture to Picard, Data and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise-E's final battle for control of the universe in Star Trek Nemesis. ...
So if you are shopping (or live) in an area where PrimeNow is supported, you will see shipping options of 2 hours delivery, 1 hour delivery, etc…by selecting either of these shipping options…the purchase is flagged as prime now and the discount mentioned in this thread can be applied? Is that a correct understanding of prime now crap?
Not really. First, you have to be a Prime member to use Prime Now. As you noted, you must live in a qualified delivery area/near a fullfilment warehouse (you’ll be asked for your zip code on the app or, if you use the website, it will be checked automatically). You need to order through their Prime Now website or Prime Now app (not Amazon .com). Your order must meet the minimum purchase requirement to get free delivery (varies by delivery area), or you’ll be charged a $4.99 delivery fee. Optionally, you can edit the tip amount. You will be presented with a number of 2 hour delivery blocks over the next two days (from 10am to 10pm) to choose the most convenient delivery time for you. Since Prime Now is linked to your Amazon account/uses the same login info, any credits on your Amazon account should be available to use on Prime Now orders, and you can also enter discount/coupon codes on the checkout screen.
Let me know if any of that is unclear or if you have any other questions.