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Bypass Amazon's $25 Add-On Minimum With Alexa
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Bypass Amazon's $25 Add-On Minimum With Alexa

Thorin Klosowski, Gawker Media

Amazon's $25 minimum on their add-on items can be a bit of a bummer when you're just trying to order something small, but How-To Geek points out you can use an Amazon Echo to get around that.

All you need to do is set up voice purchasing and 1-click purchases on Alexa (You can toggle those on under Settings > Voice Purchasing in the Alexa app on your phone), then ask Alexa to order the product you want. Then, instead of clicking through on Amazon and piling $25 worth of items into your shopping cart just to get one thing, ask Alexa to order it.

There have  been weird ways around this in the past that tend to stop working after a while, so who knows how long this one'll last, but it's worth a shot for now. Head over to How-To Geek for more information.

How to Bypass Amazon's $25 Add-On Item Minimum Using Alexa | How-To Geek

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