If you're an Amazon Prime member, you know all the perks it comes with. For $99 a year, you can get free shipping, streaming movies, music and TV shows, photo storage and more.
In fact, in conjunction with the Amazon Prime Now app, Prime members can get groceries, beer, wine and other household items delivered to their houses in an hour or less. And, to make it more interesting, these items could soon be delivered by drone.
Amazon Prime Now has its drawbacks, however. It's not available in every city in the U.S. (although it is constantly expanding), and until now Prime members were only able to place these orders via the Prime Now app.
Not anymore. Just yesterday, May 3, Amazon announced that Prime Now is now available for desktop computers and web browsers. All you need to do is head to PrimeNow.com, enter your ZIP code to see if Prime can deliver to you, then start ordering whatever it is you need and it will be delivered in two hours.
- If you are an Amazon Prime member, click here to get the Amazon Prime Now app for iOS, and click here to get the Amazon Prime Now app for Android.
And I mean it when I say whatever you need. You can get just about any household product you can think of. The categories of products are: Grocery; Health & Beauty; Household Essentials; Electronics & Video Games; Amazon Devices; Home, Kitchen & Office; Toys, Kids & Baby; Pet Supplies and Sports & Outdoors.
You can also view the weekly ads with special deals for the week, along with other seasonal promotions, such as spring cleaning and the upcoming Mother's Day holiday.
Here are the cities Amazon Prime Now covers: Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Los Angeles & Orange County, Miami, Minneapolis & St. Paul, Nashville, New York City, Phoenix, Portland, Raleigh, Richmond, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle & Eastside, and Virginia Beach.
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