If your goal is to never leave your house again for any of the mundanities of day to day life, Amazon is obviously your best friend. Trips to the drug store and even the mall are now things of the past, since you can order practically anything you need from Amazon on your computer or smartphone. Now, Amazon has even more brick and mortar establishments squarely in its sights thanks to Prime Now, a fantastic express delivery service from everyone’s favorite online retailer. Simply order on Amazon’s site or using the Prime Now app, and you’ll get free 2-hour delivery of any of the 25,000+ products eligible for Prime Now. In fact, Amazon also partners with restaurants so you can order food as well.
Prime Now is currently available in 32 different cities across the country, and Amazon is spreading the word with an awesome promotion. Just use the promo code 10PRIMENOW when you place your first Prime Now order, and you’ll get $10 off!
Here are some notes about Prime Now from Amazon’s website:
How does Prime Now work?
Enter your ZIP code, shop Prime Now, a local store, or restaurant, and add items to your cart. Check out using your existing Amazon Prime account and our local couriers will deliver to you in the delivery window you choose. Restaurant orders are delivered within 1 hour of the time you place your order.
Where will Prime Now deliver?
See the Prime Now cities we deliver to today. Enter your zip code and we will deliver to your home, work, or hotel. Check back as we expand to more cities worldwide.
What items do you sell on Prime Now?
Prime Now offers 25,000+ items across 25 categories, including household items, groceries, electronics, gifts, seasonal items, and more. Plus, get restaurant and local store delivery in select cities.
What times will Prime Now deliver?
Prime Now delivers from early morning to late evening 7 days a week. For most Prime Now orders, you can schedule your delivery window during checkout and choose FREE 2-hour delivery or 1-hour delivery in select cities for $7.99.
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