At a time when quarantined families are ordering from Amazon like never before, the online shopping giant is rewarding shoppers for their patience.

On Thursday, Amazon quietly increased the credit they’re offering Prime customers for No-Rush Shipping from $1.00 to $3.00. By choosing “No-Rush Shipping,” customers are rewarded for waiting an extra day or two beyond the standard Prime Two-Day Shipping window.

There is no minimum order to qualify for No-Rush Shipping.

 

You can accumulate No-Rush rewards from multiple purchases and apply those credits toward select digital products, including instant video downloads, Kindle, eBooks, digital music, and Amazon apps.

This change comes as demand has caused nationwide shipping delays, and it follows Amazon announcing its suspension of restocks on non-essential household items through April 5, 2020.

 

 

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Amazon Raises Incentive for No Rush Shipping to $3.00 Per Order