Amazon is Giving Away a Free Gift With Every Order (With One Catch)

Score a free gift with your Amazon order from December 11 through December 17. The complimentary items are a surprise, but will range from expensive presents like Bose speakers to more basic household items, reports.

The catch? The free gift with purchase is only valid if you opt to have your order delivered to one of the Whole Foods’ Amazon lockers in Manhattan.

Not located in New York? Amazon lockers, available in a wide range of locations (not just at Whole Foods), are still a smart idea if you’re online shopping this holiday season. The service is free to use, and allows you to have your packages delivered to a location near you, where they will be kept securely until you pick them up. This way, you don’t have to worry about your boxes being stolen off your porch.

You can also return many items to the Amazon lockers, which is faster than waiting in line at the post office.

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Caroline Morse Teel is always on the hunt for the newest and best travel gear. Follow her on Instagram @TravelWithCaroline to see what she wears around the world.

By Caroline Morse Teel

Unfortunately for her bank account, Principal Editor Caroline Morse Teel is powerless to resist a good flight deal. Follow her on Instagram @TravelWithCaroline.

Caroline joined Boston-based SmarterTravel in 2011 after living in Ireland, London, and Manhattan. She's traveled to all seven continents, jumped out of planes, and bungeed off bridges in the pursuit of a good story. She loves exploring off-the-beaten path destinations, anything outdoorsy, and all things adventure.

Her stories have also appeared online at USA Today, Business Insider, Huffington Post, Yahoo,, TripAdvisor, Buzzfeed, Jetsetter, Oyster, Airfarewatchdog, and others.

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