Amazon announced it is expanding its Whole Foods grocery delivery service to new regions of Florida and New York City.
Since Amazon acquired Whole Foods for $13,7 billion back in June 2017, we have all been waiting to see what it would really mean for us simple customers. It started with in-store Prime offers and now Amazon announced it will expand 2-hour groceries delivery to select cities in Florida and parts of New York City.
Prime members in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Palm Beach, Long Island, lower Manhattan, and Brooklyn will now be able to order fresh produce and other perishable goods like meats and dairy products online and get free delivery within the following two hours.
Through the Prime Now program, two-hour deliveries are free with a $35 minimum order. You can also opt for a 0ne-hour delivery for an extra charge of $7.99 if you really cannot wait. Deliveries are available between 8AM and 10PM, every day of the week, including weekends.
If you are among the lucky ones living in Florida or New York City, you can check if the service is available to you here.
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