Earn $15 - $30/hr delivering packages with Amazon Flex
Whether you're saving up for something big or you just want to make some extra money,
earning $15 - $30 an hour will get you there faster.
Know your earnings.
For each Flex offer, you see how much you can earn during the block and how long
the block is, all before you drive.
Adjust your work, not your life.
Work only when you want to
Select the blocks that fit your life.
Smiles for miles, backed by Amazon.
Not only does Amazon Flex have your back, you get the added benefit of delivering
smiles to Amazon customers.
Or download the iPhone or Android app
You must be 21 years old, have access to a car and a valid driver's license, pass a background check, and have an iPhone or
Have a question?
Call an Onboarding Specialist at 888-281-6906 (9AM-9PM ET)
*Actual earnings will depend on your location, any tips you receive, how long it takes you to complete your deliveries, and other factors.
Driving with Amazon Flex is perfect for those looking for seasonal work, temporary work, part time work, part-time work, or for those looking for a flexible full time opportunity
Individuals who currently work from home, students, interns, contract workers, or people looking to earn additional money on the side, on their lunch breaks, and on weekends can also make great delivery partners
Hours are completely flexible
You can create your own schedule
No previous experience as a transportation driver, truck driver, taxi driver, courier driver or delivery driver is necessary
We welcome those who have driven with other gig economy platforms such as Seamless, Grubhub, Eat24, Munchery, Saucey, Drizly, Google Express, Lyft, Favor, Caviar, Uber, Uber Eats, Side car, Sprig, Instacart, Rinse, Shyp, Washio, Luxe, Zirx, Postmates, Farm Hill, Rinse, Deliv, and Ease
Our delivery partners come from all backgrounds and industries ranging from traditional driving and transportation industries to more customer service and creative industries
If you are an account manager, accountant, accounting, actor, actress, admin, administrative, administrative, artist, assistant, barista, bus boy, busboy, busboy, busser, cabbie, cab driver, cab-driver, chauffeur, professional cleaner, cleaners, clerical, coffee, college student, construction, contractor, contract worker, courier, customer service, customer service agent, cyclist, data entry, data-entry, delivery driver, designer, drivers, education, entry level, entry-level, expo, finance, food runner, food-runner, foodrunner, freelancer, freelance worker, full time, full-time, gig economy user, health care, healthcare, host, hostess, hosts, human resources, human-resources, independent contractor, intern, interns, IT, limo driver, maid, maintenance, management, manager, manufacturing, marketing, messenger, musician, network marketing, nurse, office, on-demand driver, part time, part-time, private hire driver, receptionist, receptionists, restaurant, retail, retail associate, sales, sales person, salesperson, seasonal worker, server, servers, summer job seeker, teacher, teachers, temp, valet, valets, waiter, waiters, waitresses, warehouse, writer, worker, who is looking for a flexible part time or seasonal job, you should try delivering with Amazon Flex to supplement your income!
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