I don't know.... Is it possible Amazon has their own special deal with the
carriers such as a negotiated fixed monthly rate? Every company I've worked
for has had at least one "800 pound gorilla" customer (Deere & Co.,
Microsoft, Veterans Administration) that could get just about whatever they
wanted. Amazon would certainly fall into that category as a customer of UPS
But "packages" usually are, which is the subject of the conversation.
Then again, and this being a culture where appearance counts, and with
roughly 144 cubic inches of 24" clamp per 4 cubic foot package, they're
certainly coming closer to filling up those trucks.
Look at some of the Priceline deals on hotel and airline offerings.
I've flown 1300 miles for $50, and stayed in $150/night hotel rooms
for $45, because I could do it last minute. The airplane was already
going, and the hotel has a relatively small incremental cost of
cleaning the room. Both businesses made something from my last minute
Back in the day, long distance calling was even sold this way. Large
blocks were sold to universities and businesses at odd hours, in a use
it or lose it deal, because the network was sitting there unused. The
universities phone companies would offer cheap time "sales" to their
residential students, the corporations would move large blocks of
less-time sensitive data.
I called customer service. they said you can't use 2 promos that don't
have hyphens in them. I tried repeatedly on an order of 4 82" besseys.
I finally settled for the $30 off and free delivery...
excuse me, but the OP didn't CLEARLY say you had to ORDER the 24" .
just that you had to order bigger ones and then put in the codes. RIGHT
or WRONG?? and the first customer service rep was way off base in her
explanation of why I couldn't use 2 codes.
I passed on the entire deal....Over the years I ahve acumulated
plenty of 24's and enough 31's to do what I need (I know youcan
never have enough clamps BUT I do not honestly need more of those
BUT I have always desired about 10 to 12 little 12 inchers and NEVER
could pull the trigger on paying that much for a 12 inch clamp...
Sorry, I don't understand the question .. if you go to any woodworking
item page on amazon now, they will have the promo code you can cut and
paste..but I believe it is SAVON125
As in: "save on one hundred twenty five."
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