Amazon’s Add-on program is incredibly useful, but it can also be a pain.
Add-on Items are cheap products that the company deems “cost-prohibitive to ship on their own.”Many of them are everyday household items — like toothpaste or pens — that could save you a trip to your local convenience store.
But there’s a catch: Amazon has a $25 minimum-order requirement, and that’s not including the Add-ons.
Luckily, there’s a loophole that lets you get around the $25 restriction. Here’s how it works: