You may have the option to choose to either group your items into as few deliveries as possible or have each item dispatched as it becomes available
You may be able to change your delivery preferences in Your Orders after placing an order as long as the order hasn't entered the delivery process. Where available, you can choose from the following delivery preferences:
Your order will be grouped into the fewest number of deliveries possible. This may mean that it will take longer to be dispatched, depending on availability, but there will only be one per-delivery charge. Please be aware that items whose availability is listed as 'Not Yet Released' or 'Back Ordered' can potentially delay deliveries with this option.
Your items are dispatched as they become available, beginning with those already in stock. You should choose this option if you want to receive your order quickly and the delivery may be delayed by the availability of a single item, for example. However, we'll charge you for the delivery of each item at the rates quoted to you at the time you placed your order.
The number of deliveries we make for your order depends on:
If your order has unrelated items such as a book, a computer and a cordless drill, they may be dispatched separately, depending on where in our fulfilment network they're located.
Note: You won't be charged more for delivery than was originally quoted to you at the time you placed your order.
Saturday Deliveries: You have the option of selecting whether you would like to receive deliveries on Saturdays for a given address. To learn how to update your delivery preferences for an address, follow the instructions on our help page: Add & Manage Addresses.
Unattended Deliveries: Unattended delivery is available for most items sold on Amazon.sg, and is selected by default. You can update your unattended delivery preferences on the Select a delivery address page during checkout, while placing an order:
For orders where the unattended delivery preference is not selected and no one is present to collect the delivery, the carrier will re-attempt delivery on the next business day.
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