Amazon Prime Day is nearly upon us and members are already getting some exclusive deals leading up to next Tuesday along with some sneak peeks for the big day(s).
One such deal is a discount on a Grubhub+ subscription. Amazon Prime members can use the code GRUBPRIME to get $15 off any GrubHub orders over $25. The offer is not just available on Prime Day, although you do need to wait until then for the deal to go live.
For now, Amazon Prime members can get up to $10 off on eligible Grubhub+ orders over $12 until July 10th at 11:59 p.m. PST using the code PRIME10.
You must also be an Amazon Prime member to get both of these deals. Existing Grubhub+ members can also redeem this offer however, student accounts are not eligible for this deal.
Amazon announced today Prime Members will also be eligible for a one-year Grubhub+ membership that includes $0 delivery fees on orders totaling over $12. This doesn’t include tax, tips, and other associated fees, but the twelve-month membership fee is waived.
A Grubhub+ membership costs $9.99 a month, so that’s a savings of around $120 total. Prime members are eligible for additional discounts and promotions, so sign up now to stay up to date on all offers.
If you unsubscribe from Amazon Prime during your year-long “free trial”, your Grubhub discount will no longer be in effect, though Amazon does mention you can redeem the offer again if you reactivate your membership.
Amazon’s Prime Day runs from July 11th at 3:09 a.m. EDT through July 12th at 11:59 p.m. with new deals popping up for select items every thirty minutes. Millions of products will be getting “steep discounts” spanning twenty-five countries.
Check out a list of other pre-Prime Day specials here.