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- The Amazon Treasure Truck is a new way to buy on Amazon that allows subscribers to get access to discounted products that they can then pick up at Treasure Truck locations around the country.
- Amazon is giving new subscribers a $10 discount on their first Treasure Truck purchase simply for signing up.
- Previous products include tech like security cameras and headphones, plants, clothes, and more.
Buying on Amazon is convenient, easy, and quick — but it’s not much of an event. Amazon is trying to change that with the Amazon Treasure Trucks — a series of trucks that drive around the country and offer discounted products to anyone who wants to buy them. And now, you can get a $10 discount on your first Treasure Truck purchase when you register through this website.
The Treasure Truck is certainly an interesting concept. Recent treasure has included products like the GoPro Hero4, Ring video cameras, succulent plans, and more — so you never know what kinds of products you’ll have access to.
There is some fine print to the deal. For starters, you’ll have to make your purchase on or before July 31, 2019 to actually get the discount. Thankfully, there are Treasure Truck locations all around the country, so with luck, there will be one near you. It’s worth signing up for notifications, so you know when the Treasure Truck is in your area.
You’ll get to know what products are being discounted ahead of time, too. Once you sign up for the promotion, you’ll get notifications for the product for each day, and you can then buy it straight from the Amazon app and then pick it up at the truck itself.
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