Loophole Lets You Circumvent Amazon’s $25 Restriction To Order Add-on Items
Amazon’s add-on program is incredibly useful for purchasing every day products, but it can also be very troublesome. Add-on items are cheap products that the company thinks to be cost effective to deliver them on their own.
These every day household items include toothpaste, pen etc., and this program can save its consumer a trip to the local store. However, there is one limit for this program: consumers can only place a order of minimum $25 and that is not including the Add-ons.
Now, folks over at Business Insider have found a loophole around this $25 restriction, which is explained below.
- First of all, chose your add-on item to the cart.
- Then add an item to the cart which is not yet released and is available for pre-order.
- Now, if your order totals $25 then Amazon will let you make the purchase.
The trick is to only add a pre-order item to the cart, along with Add-on items you want.
Amazon will let you complete the purchase and the Add-on item will be delivered to you, and the pre-order item will be shipped when released or you can just cancel the order at any time before it ships.