I simply cannot tell you how much time I have spent adding items to the Prime Pantry box, only to delete and add something else. All in the quest to fill this box - and ONLY this box - to the perfect limit in order to qualify for free shipping.
It's an art. One that I have not yet honed.
Currently, my box is 98.2% full. According to the helpful note under this statistic, I need THREE more qualifying items for the free shipping (is this that Common Core Math they keep talking about - it seems to me that only one item would do the trick?).
Here's the deal - I have added and subtracted fifteen thousand different ways and have yet to hit upon that magic number. At this rate, I'll either have to get in the car and drive to the store to get what I need OR I'll have to attempt to fill the second box to perfection; which between you and me? I don't like my odds on filling that second box considering how difficult that first box has been to fill.
Yes, I realize this could be considered the epitome of lazy BUT I figure I have been VERY busy this weekend helping our dear friends move to the house two doors down, VERY tired from said weekend AND I'm paying for the membership to Prime, so why shouldn't I take full advantage of my membership?
Besides, I'm thinking this will surely help me work on my math skills; which are sorely lacking...obviously.
Do you Prime Pantry? If so, what is the trick to filling that ONE box? C'mon, be a pal, help me out.