While many Canadians order a wide variety of products on Amazon, the American company has announced some bad news regarding delivery fees, according to TVA Nouvelles.
From now on, a minimum purchase of $35 will be required to qualify for free delivery, compared to $25 before.
However, it is important to note that this change does not apply to Prime program subscribers. Indeed, they still have access to free delivery, as well as Prime Video and Amazon Music.
"We continuously evaluate our offers and make adjustments based on these evaluations," said an Amazon spokesperson to TechCrunch.
"We are currently testing a $35 minimum for non-Prime customers to benefit from free delivery. Prime members continue to enjoy free delivery on over 300 million items, with tens of millions available for same-day or one-day free delivery," they added.
Let's remember that the Prime program costs $99 per year in Canada or $9.99 per month.
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