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Anyone use 1 click on Amazon ??


frenchman96

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Hi there

Am I right in thinking, that when you are registred with Amazon, and you use the "one click", which is great, you lose the benefit of some "free delivery" deals.

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KRONOS the First

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frenchman96

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Cronus

I cannot see any answer to my question at that link, I already use one click

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Nontek

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Your question, and the answer is in the link from Chronus!

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Nontek

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**Can I get FREE Super Saver Delivery with 1-Click? You can't set FREE Super Saver Delivery as a default with 1-Click but if the order hasn't entered the dispatch process you can change your delivery preference to Super Saver Delivery. To do this, click on Your Account in the top right-hand corner of the page and open your order from the "Orders" section.**

This is from Chronus' link!

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northumbria61

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KRONOS the First

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northumbria61

That is the same link as mine??????????

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northumbria61

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Chronus - soreeeeeeeeeeeeee - I didn't check!

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