AmazonFresh, one of two grocery delivery services Amazon provides in the U.S., is expanding to three new cities. Starting at the moment, residents in Houston, Minneapolis, and Phoenix can get groceries delivered to their homes from Amazon in two hours or less. To entry AmazonFresh, you’ll need to pay $14.99 per month on high of your Prime subscription. The minimum for free delivery is $35; otherwise, it is $9.99 per order. Customers will pay an additional $7.99 for faster, one-hour delivery.
Besides produce, meat and different groceries, Prime subscribers can use AmazonFresh to order electronics, health, and beauty products along with home and kitchen items. In Houston, Amazon will even ship beer and wine to pick customers. When you’ve got an Alexa-enabled smart speaker in your home, you need to use the digital assistant to order products through AmazonFresh as correctly. For example, for those who say, “Alexa, order milk from Fresh,” Alexa will know to order the same brand of milk you bought in the past. Handy.
Outside of today’s expansion, AmazonFresh is obtainable in 15 other cities: Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Miami, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C. By contrast, Prime Now, Amazon’s different everyday supply service, is available in near 100 cities. Additionally, Prime Now is included in the price of a Prime subscription — although only gives items from Whole Foods.