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This holiday, Amazon.ca customers shipping gifts to Toronto and Vancouver can also order as late as noon on December 24 with Same-Day Delivery and receive gifts before Christmas
SEATTLE, Dec. 18, 2014 /CNW/ - Amazon.ca today announced there is still time to shop for the holidays – Amazon Prime members can order gifts as late as midnight on December 22 for free delivery before Christmas. Last minute shoppers can also still find incredible holiday deals on Amazon.ca, and with a selection of millions of items, customers can find the perfect gift – all from the comfort of home.
Amazon.ca customers have a variety of convenient shipping options, including Amazon Pickup Points (www.amazon.ca/pickuppoints), Free Two-Day Shipping with Amazon Prime, as well as Same-Day Delivery in Toronto and Vancouver, making it easy for customers to receive last-minute packages. The holidays are also the perfect time to try Prime and receive unlimited Free Two-Day Shipping. Holiday shoppers can start a 30-day free trial by visiting www.amazon.ca/prime. Following the free trial, the annual cost of membership is $79 a year.
Still Time to Get Holiday Gifts
For delivery by Christmas, visit www.amazon.ca/holidayordering for details. The following ordering deadlines apply for most Amazon.ca orders:
- December 22: Two-Day Shipping (order as late as midnight; free for Amazon Prime members)
- December 23: One-Day Shipping (order as late as noon; as low as $3.99/item with Amazon Prime)
- December 24: Same-Day Delivery for orders to Toronto and Vancouver (order as late as noon and receive gifts by 9 p.m. the same day; as low as $6.99/shipment with Amazon Prime)
- December 25: Email and printable Amazon Gift Certificates (www.amazon.ca/giftcertificates) can be sent immediately, at any time
Looking Back on the 2013 Holidays
Amazon.ca customers had plenty of time to find the right gift and get it under a loved one's tree last year. In fact, last holiday season:
- From our country to yours: Amazon.ca customers shipped gifts to 121 countries. With international shipping options, Amazon.ca customers can send gifts and connect with loved ones, no matter the distance or time zone.
- 'Twas two nights before Christmas': And all through the country, Canadians were looking for the perfect gifts for loved ones. On December 23, Amazon.ca shipped the most orders to arrive in time for Christmas to these top five cities; 1.) Toronto, 2.) Calgary, 3.) Edmonton, 4.) Vancouver and 5.) Montreal. Last minute shopping doesn't have to be stressful, or feel last minute. With Amazon.ca, customers still have time to get gifts under the tree.
- Down to the last minute never felt so good: From holiday parties to wrapping up work for the year, December is busy which doesn't often leave time to shop. Amazon.ca customers can rest easy knowing they can do holiday shopping and have orders arrive in time for Christmas. In fact, in 2013, the last Prime order delivered before Christmas was placed on December 23 at 7:41 p.m. and delivered to a customer in Warburg, Alberta.
Incredible Last-Minute Deals
There is still time to find great holiday gifts at amazing prices. Amazon.ca customers can find a variety of deals (www.amazon.ca/12days), today and throughout the holiday season – up until December 31 – including:
- 44% off The LEGO Movie 3D – Everything is Awesome Edition
- 64% off Transformers: Age of Extinction - Amazon Exclusive Limited Edition Gift Set with Grimlock and Optimus Collectible Statue
- 70% off As Time Goes By: The Complete Series
- 60% off select Hasbro Toys
- 50% off select Frozen Toys
- 40% off EZ Fly RC 101R Flipside Quadcopter
- 40% off LeapFrog Ultra XDi Learning Tablet
- 63% off Singer One Plus 221-Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine
- 30% off Omega Commercial Masticating Juicer
- 33% off Zojirushi Stainless Steel Travel Mugs
- 29% off Seagate Expansion 3TB Desktop External Hard Drive
- $20 savings on the Kindle Paperwhite
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