Amazon Key In-Car Delivery: Free $10 Amazon Gift Card

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Amazon wants to deliver packages directly into the trunk of your car. If you are an Amazon Prime member with a 2015 model year or newer Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, and Volvo vehicle, get a $10 Amazon Gift Card after your first Amazon Key In-Car Delivery order. Thanks to reader Bill for the tip.

With In-Car Delivery your Amazon packages are securely delivered right into your vehicle parked at home, at work or near other locations in your address book. Track your packages with real-time notification and get worry-free delivery at no extra cost, backed by the Amazon Key Happiness Guarantee.

You can also express your interest in adding Alexa to your car with Amazon Echo Auto. What will Amazon think of next?



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  1. If I’m understanding correctly, you’re required to have the car parked at a certain address when the delivery happens, correct? I could be wrong, but my first thought is this will result in a lot of failed delivery attempts because, well, humans… If tied to an address, why not just deliver to that address?

    • I agree it would be hard if you moved your car around all the time, but I’m assuming they will have GPS on your car so they’ll know where it is and whether to try to deliver.

      If your car is at home (and you are not), then it could act as a secure drop box. If at work, I guess some people may not want to bother the building staff with personal packages.

      • Yeah, I could see it being convenient to receive packages in your car while you’re parked at work. At business addresses, it could also save the delivery guy a lot of time to drop off a package in the parking lot instead of having to park, go up an elevator, talk to a receptionist, etc.

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