AmazonFresh Now Available In San Francisco With 30 Days Free Grocery Delivery

Posted: Dec 12 2013, 6:42am CST | by , Updated: Dec 12 2013, 6:49am CST, in Misc


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AmazonFresh Now Available in San Francisco with 30-Days Free Grocery Delivery
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Amazon launched its grocery delivery service in San Francisco on Wednesday. A 30 days free trial is now available while customers have to pay $299 annually for Prime Fresh membership.

Amazon has expanded its grocery delivery service AmazonFresh beyond Seattle and Los Angeles. Amazon announced on Wednesday that its next-day and same-day grocery delivery service is now available in the San Francisco Bay Area. AmazonFresh was first launched in Seattle more than five years ago.

The grocery delivery service hit Los Angeles six months ago. And now it is available in the San Francisco with a 30 days free trial period. However, users have to pay a $299 annual fee after a free month of service. This is the annual membership fee for Prime Fresh that will also be lending the customers the benefit of Amazon Prime's normal two-day free shipping service.

AmazonFresh service will deliver customers fresh produce and food items such as fish, meats and dairy. There will also be other items such as electronics and toys. Food items will be delivered on the same day and early morning next-day. But to get the items delivered on the same day, customers have to order by 10 am. Customers who will order later than 10am will get the delivery the next morning. AmazonFresh has to compete with Walmart and Instacart's grocery delivery services.

Source: AllThingsD

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