Amazon just made another change to its free shipping policy

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Great news for online shoppers! Amazon has lowered the free shipping order minimum again.

After dropping the minimum purchase amount for free shipping from $49 to $35 in February, Amazon has quietly reduced it by another 10 bucks — down to $25!

This comes after Walmart debuted free two-day shipping earlier this year with a $35 minimum and no membership required.

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Amazon lowers free shipping minimum to $25

“All orders of $25 or more of eligible items across any product category qualify for FREE Shipping,” Amazon said on its website.

With this new change, Amazon shoppers who don’t have a Prime membership will only need to spend $25 on eligible items to qualify for free shipping, but it’s not two-day shipping. Orders will arrive in 5 to 8 business days.

BestBlackFriday.com let Clark.com know about the news. Here’s the official shipping page from Amazon:

To get unlimited free two-day shipping with Amazon (no minimum spend required), you’ll need a Prime membership. It costs $99 a year or $10.99 a month.

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