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It's a fair bit to spend on grub, but if you do happen to have a big family or a big appetite, it might be a nice little deal for you.
Either way, it's hard to complain if you're getting something for free right?
If you're a Prime customer, you can claim the deal here.
Carlo Mocci, Deliveroo's chief business officer, said: "Amazon is one of the most customer-focused and innovative companies in the world and we are excited to launch this offer for Prime members."
The takeaway delivery service usually charges £3.49 a month for Deliveroo Plus (Silver), so you could save more than £40 over the course of a year.
On the other hand, Deliveroo Plus (Gold) is £7.99 a month and with that get free delivery on orders over £10.
Also, Amazon Prime actually costs the same as Deliveroo Plus (Gold) at £7.99 a month so, arguably, you're getting a lot more for your money.
You get a 30-day trial period for Prime too before you start paying the monthly fee.
Although, if you're a uni student you can get even further discounts via the Amazon Prime Student UK scheme.
After you sign up for the student scheme, it's free for six months then costs £3.99 a month afterwards.
When you look at it, the deal actually makes sense because Amazon have been in partnership with Deliveroo for over two years
Jeff Bezos's trillion-dollar company were the largest investor in a whopping $575 million (£416 million) funding run for Deliveroo, and the money was used to expand the company's engineering team and delivery reach.
Will Shu, founder and CEO of Deliveroo, said at the time: "Amazon has been an inspiration to me personally and to the company, and we look forward to working with such a customer-obsessed organisation."
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