Amazon.co.uk announces free delivery for customers in 17 countries across Europe
Amazon.co.uk today introduced its free delivery service for customers in 17 European countries.
In October 2009, Ireland became the first country outside the UK to benefit from free delivery at Amazon.co.uk. The countries in which the service will also be available from today include Italy, Greece, Norway, Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Sweden, San Marino, Netherlands, Denmark, Portugal and Finland.
Brian McBride, Managing Director of Amazon.co.uk Ltd, said, "Free delivery has been an important part of the great value Amazon shopping experience for many years and we are delighted to announce its availability to even more European customers in time for Christmas”.
European customers can also take advantage of Amazon Currency Converter(TM). Customers using a Visa or MasterCard issued in Euros, Danish Krone, Norwegian Krone or Swedish Krona can pay in that currency at Amazon.co.uk. The exchange rate is displayed at the time of ordering, so customers know exactly what they are paying in their preferred currency rather than having to wait for their card statement.
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