I’m a big fan of trucks. Big monster trucks, game trucks, food trucks (taco ones preferably), and now the Treasure Truck.

A couple of months ago while babe and I were on our way home we saw a flashy blue truck on the side of a parking lot with big red words and lights that said “Treasure Truck“. It looked very interesting so we obviously turned around. It turns out that on February of 2016 Amazon launched the Treasure Truck..what..if you’re like me, I had no idea neither!

The Amazon Treasure Truck is a.k.a. a goodies truck…but really. They roll around 25 major cities in the U.S. and carry items that can go from the latest electronics, outdoor items, home goods, fresh food, it can be anything and it’s all hand picked and discounted for only Amazon app users. There is a limited quantity of that item that they load up on the truck the day of that deal and they sell out quick. If you already like Amazon and shop with them, this is definitely something you can’t miss out on anymore.

Want the hook up? Text “TRUCK” to 24193 and start receiving amazing deals when the truck is in your city. Download the Amazon app to purchase the item and pick up at the location you chose nearest to you. The offers are random and there isn’t a specific date they send out these texts.

I made my first purchase on Valentines Day and got an awesome deal. I purchased a box of Godiva chocolates and a dozen red rose bouquet for only $22.

The trucks previous deals have sold out so quick and I can’t wait to see what they have next.

Have you heard of this truck before? If so, what kind of offers have you received?

My Curly Mess,




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