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Amazon Flex(Everything you need to know)

Updated: 4 days ago


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| Why Drive For Flex |

| How Much Does Amazon Flex Drivers Make? |

| What’s the maximum number hours drivers can work for Flex? |

| How and when do Flex drivers get paid? |

| Amazon Flex Delivery Driver Requirements |


What is Amazon Flex?

Is an Amazon delivery service that uses gig workers for driver. These drivers use their own vehicle to delivery packages that they pick up from an Amazon delivery station, restaurant, or store. Deliveries must be completed within a time slot, which is usually in three to six hour blocks.



How It Works

  1. Reserve a block

  2. Make deliveries

  3. Get paid

Why Drive For Flex

  • Most drivers earn $18-$25 an hour

  • Hourly blocks

  • When you scheduled a block you will know how long it lasts, and how much you can earn before you start

  • Avoid driving around looking for work


How Much Do Amazon Flex Drivers Make?

  • Amazon Flex delivery blocks pay $18 – $25/hour

  • Amazon Prime Now, Amazon Fresh, and Whole Foods Market delivery bocks pay $15 – $19 per hour, plus tips.


What’s the maximum number hours drivers can work for Flex?

Amazon allows a maximum of 40 hours per week, and around 8 hours per day.

How and when do Flex drivers get paid?

Flex drivers are paid on Tuesday and Friday each week via direct deposit. Amazon Restaurant and Prime Now deliveries are paid 1 – 2 days after deliveries are performed and tips settled. The Flex app shows upcoming scheduled payments and past completed payments.


Amazon Flex Driver Requirements

  • You must be 21 years old or older

  • Have a social security number

  • Pass a background check

  • Have access to a qualifying vehicle: 4-door sedan, pickup truck, or van

  • Valid driver’s license

  • Show proof of auto insurance

  • Have a smart phone: iphone 6s running iOS 13 or newer, Android phone running Android version 6.0 or higher

Download The App:

| Itunes |


More Delivery Apps:

DoorDash, Drizly, Eaze, Favor, Goldbelly, goPuff, Grubhub, Instacart, Postmates, Roadie, Shipt, Skipcart, Slice, Uber Eats, Veho


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