Amazon has opted to change up its Prime Pantry program, moving it to a subscription service. Now if you are a Prime member already, Prime Pantry is going to cost you an extra $5 per month on top of your Prime subscription - so those that don't want to use Prime Pantry don't have to pay for it. With Prime Pantry, you'll now get free shipping on orders of over $40. Versus before when it was a flat-rate fee of $5.99 per shipping. Now if you don't want to subscribe, you can pay $7.99 for each shipment, so if you do order from Prime Pantry quite a bit, then this monthly subscription fee is definitely worth paying for.
To celebrate the changes being made to Amazon Prime Pantry, the retailer is offering up $5 off of your first order when you use the code PANTRY5. Not a big discount, especially since that is the price per month here, but that's still $5 you can use to pick up some groceries from Amazon. Prime Pantry has all sorts of groceries available for you to have delivered to your home. It's mostly dry goods that don't need to be kept cold or frozen, but it's still pretty good.
To get Prime Pantry for $5 per month, you do need to have a Prime membership which is now $119 per year. That isn't a bad price, considering you get unlimited free shipping here. But you can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Prime and check out all of its features. On top of that, you can also sign up for a free 30-day trial of Prime Pantry, before you pay the $5 per month for the service. With the free trial, you can still use that promotional code to get $5 off of your first order as well, which is definitely nice here. You can sign up for both trials using the links below.