Jet.com Promo Codes Updated for January 2018:
Jet.com is a brand-new ecommerce website that promises to do to Amazon what Costco did to Walmart. It promises to actually be 5-6% cheaper than Amazon.com through memberships that will save you much more money overall.
It also has a patented pricing algorithm that will determine the best price based on your location, the amount of stock that is close to you, and a few other factors that determine how to save money on shipping costs and pass that on to you.
If you purchase more than one item, it can also unlock additional savings on other items that you may be interested in. Basically, it’s a smarter version of Amazon.com.
And you know what? You’re even smarter because you’ve realized that you can save an additional 15% off your order just by using the coupon codes in our list below. Enjoy!
Best Jet.com Discounts Right Now:
Save 15% Off Your First Three Orders:New customers can save 15% off their first three orders at Jet.com when you use this promo code.Show CouponKICK15
15% off All Similac items at Jet.com!:+ New Customers save extra 15% with this discount code.Show CouponTRIPLE15
20% off Select Household Brands:20% off with this code.Show CouponFall20Cleaning
Save more on fall essentials at Jet.com + FREE shipping on all orders $35+:Save on orders over $35.ACTIVATE OFFERACTIVATED
10% off your next 6 PET product orders at Jet.com :Save 10% with this code at Jet.comShow CouponSAVE10PET6X
New Customer Promotion: Save 15% Off Your First Order at Jet.comWhen you use this discount code, you will save 15% off your first order at Jet.com.Show CouponSHOP15
Save 20% Off All Grocery Items!This is a cool flash sale for 20% off all grocery items. This is to celebrate Jet.com’s launch of their special food items shop.Show CouponSAVEFRESH20
Get Free Shipping on All Orders Over $35:When you shop at Jet.com, you can get free shipping on all your orders that total over $35. No promo code required to take advantage of free shipping: all you need to do is add at least $35 worth of merchandise into the shopping cart.ACTIVATE OFFERACTIVATED
15% Off Promo Code For New Customers:This promo code works exactly the same as the other 15% off codes in the list above. If, for whatever reason, the above coupons don’t work, try this one out.Show Coupon15NOW
Save 20% Off Household Products at Jet.com:Save on family-size household products, from Tide to Charmin. By ‘family-size’, they mean those huge versions of products you see in Costco. But if your household product doesn’t have an expiration date (like toilet paper), buying in bulk is always a more economical decision anyways. No promo code required for this offer.ACTIVATE OFFERACTIVATED
Save 20% Off Diapers and Other Baby Essentials:If you purchase diapers or other baby essentials, you can save an extra 20% off with no promo code and no expiry date on this promotional offer. Why? Maybe it’s because the owner used to own Diapers.com and knows the ‘baby business world’ inside out. Of course, we’re just speculating…ACTIVATE OFFERACTIVATED
Save on Samsung Televisions:This is a tantalizing offer: all they told us was that customers can save on Samsung TVs. What they didn’t give was specifics: no special coupon code or anything like that. When we clicked on it, we found Samsung TVs for as low as $200 for a 40″ TV. Like all offers on this website, it probably depends on what area of the country you live in.Show CouponSAVE10PET6X
Get 15% Off at Jet.com:This is called the “Amazon Killer” promotion, where Jet.com will give you 15% off your order when you use this coupon.Show CouponTRIPLE15
How To Enter Jet.com Promo Codes:
After you have selected all of your items (did you remember the avocado slicer?) and placed them in your shopping cart, it time to press ‘View Cart’.
In the shopping cart, you’ll see all your items for purchase on the left hand side. On the right hand side will be the total cost of your order.
Just underneath your order’s subtotal is the promo code entry field. This is where you enter your promo code:
Please Note: You will need at least $35 in eligible items for any of our ‘15% off promo codes’ to work.
Where Did Jet.com Come From?
Jet.com is really new: the company launched in July of 2015. But they have understandably been growing at an exponential rate as people find out about the ‘Amazon.com killer’, as some news outlets are calling this company.
The site was founded by Marc Lore, who co-founded Diapers.com way back in 2005. When Lore sold Diapers.com to Amazon.com, he took some time off before he came up with the idea of creating an online ecommerce store that would focus on customers paying less.
Originally the site was considered an online version of Costco or Sam’s Club because it charged yearly membership fees in exchange for lower overall prices on all of their items. But recently Jet.com announced that they were getting rid of the membership model and making it free for everyone.
How Does Jet.com Work?
Jet.com has 16 major categories, from electronics to health and personal care, and it has discounted prices based on where you are. You see, it knows how much of a particular stock is available in warehouses close to you, so it figures out how much you’ll save in shipping costs and passes it on to you.
That’s why the prices are 5% cheaper. But they have another cool feature: multiple item discounts. If you place on item in your shopping cart (i.e. batteries), and then add some headphones into your shopping cart, Jet.com will search for an online retailer that has both those items in the same location. That means they can ship together and save you money. That’s why the prices drop when there are multiple items in the shopping cart.
U.S. Only – The website’s ecommerce pricing algorithm is only designed to work in the States at the moment, so Canadians north of the border can’t use it. You need a U.S. zipcode in order to use the website.
Jet.com in the News:
Time.com – Time.com recently compared the prices of several household products and found that Jet.com was more than 5% cheaper than Amazon.com’s prices overall. This also didn’t factor in Jet.com’s discounts when you add multiple items into a shopping cart. Read more…
Fortune.com – Fortune magazine covered the story when Jet.com decided to get rid of the membership model and move to a free for everyone model. For the most part, Fortune is mostly confused about where the profits for the company will come form. Read more…
Fortune.com – Fortune’s (again!) attention was grabbed when Jet.com announced that they were going to go for same-day delivery, just like their main competitor Amazon.com. Read More…
On the Web:
Facebook – On Jet.com’s page they mention that they are very responsive to messages. So feel free to check out their Facebook page if you have a question or concern. Mostly they are just having fun over at Jet.com and like to share it on their page.
Twitter – Jet’s official Twitter account is full of cool info and news about the company. You can also see enthusiastic customers posting their official ‘yearly savings totals’ and ‘jetbucks’ amounts.
Instagram – Their Instagram page is very similar to their Facebook page, with a lot of the same content. If you’re on one platform instead of the other, then you should totally follow them. But following them on both might be overkill.
Watch Kumail Nanjiani Explain How Jet.com Works:
This is an awesome video that explains just how Jet.com’s whole pricing system works. It also made me realize that I need an avocado slicer…