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Try Now, Buy Later On Amazon UK

Amazon UK Prime customers can now 'try before they buy' on select products.

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Try Now, Buy Later On Amazon UK :


Amazon UK has introduced another perk to its Prime membership that allows members to 'try before they buy'. 

The 'Try Now, Buy Later' (TNBL) programme allows Prime customers to try a sample unit of a product for up to 14 days, at no additional costs. Then, at the end of the trial period, customers have to return the sample unit and place a separate order if they wish to purchase the product*.

Only select products are included in the new promotion and customers have to use a promotional code, which is shown in the product sample name, at the checkout to receive the trial sample. 

Currently, in the 'Electronics & Photo' section, the Canon EOS M3 and Canon EOS 80D can be tried out for up to 14 days. 

For more details on how the scheme works, visit the Amazon UK website

*If Amazon does not receive the sample back within 14 days of delivery, Amazon will charge you the full price of the selected product sample.

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CallumGGibson Avatar
12 Jun 2017 4:08PM
Well that would make benchmarking lenses easier!
JJGEE Avatar
JJGEE 18 8.1k 18 England
12 Jun 2017 7:21PM
The product has to be received back within 14 days, so it is not a 14 day trial !
NikitaMorris Avatar
13 Jun 2017 8:12AM

Quote:The product has to be received back within 14 days, so it is not a 14 day trial !

We've added 'up to' in the wording - thanks. Smile

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