The company announced Prime members in various cities and towns across the country will now receive free grocery delivery from Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods Market.

Lauren Wicks
October 29, 2019

Amazon announced this morning that it's ditching its $14.99 monthly fee for Amazon Fresh for Prime members across 2,000 cities and towns in the U.S. This means Prime members will now receive unlimited free 1- or 2-hour grocery delivery from both Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods Market. Now you can have dinner waiting at your doorstep at the end of a long day!

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"Prime members love the convenience of free grocery delivery on Amazon, which is why we've made Amazon Fresh a free benefit of Prime, saving customers $14.99 per month," said Stephenie Landry, vice president of grocery delivery in a press release. "Grocery delivery is one of the fastest growing businesses at Amazon, and we think this will be one of the most-loved Prime benefits."

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From bread to broccoli and everything in between, customers are able to shop for their groceries, supplements, household needs and toiletries on Amazon Prime, both online and via Amazon's Alexa for "ultrafast delivery." Customers can also look at previous purchases to reorder favorite grocery items, build a new grocery list, check out available seasonal produce and discover Prime Member Deals offered in Whole Foods stores.

For more details on Amazon's ultrafast delivery services or to see if this new perk is available in your area, request an invitation to join at amazon.com/grocery.

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