Early Prime Day sale saves you $30 on the best Amazon service you’ve never heard of

Prime Day 2018 Sale

With Prime Day 2018 fast approaching, Amazon is running a fantastic promotion to help raise awareness on what very well may be the best Amazon service you've never heard of. From now through 8:00 PM ET on Prime Day — which is Tuesday, July 17th — you can save $30 on your first order of $100 or more from AmazonFresh.

AmazonFresh, in case you've never heard of it, is Amazon's grocery delivery service. Literally anything you can find in your local grocery store can be found on Amazon fresh, from cereals and frozen foods to fresh meat, fresh fish, and dairy. And now that Amazon owns Whole Foods, you'll probably get even better quality on items like produce and organic foods than you would at your local supermarket.

So how does it work? It really couldn't be easier. You just browse or search the AmazonFresh section on Amazon's site to put your order together, then schedule a day and time that works for you for delivery. Of course, you don't have to plan ahead if you don't want to — AmazonFresh deliveries can be made as soon as the same day or next morning.

It really is a fantastic service, and it doesn't cost anything extra to use. Why deal with packed grocery stores and painfully slow checkout lines if you don't have to? Get your $30 of free groceries from AmazonFresh by signing up right here, and then use the promo code 30FRESH when you place your order.

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