Denver is One of Three Cities Amazon is Testing a 30-Minute Grocery Delivery Service

By Shawn Patrick on December 14, 2023
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In another step to taking over the entire retail world, Amazon is piloting a new grocery subscription service for Prime members, and Denver is one of three cities they are testing it out in. 

For a monthly subscription of $9.99, on top of your Prime membership, members can have access to unlimited grocery delivery with no fees from Whole Foods Market and Amazon Fresh on orders over $35. The program also offers 30-minute service on orders of any size.

Amazon Prime members who don’t opt for the add-on grocery subscription pay the delivery fees of $6.95 on orders of $50-$100 and $9.95 for orders under $50 for Amazon Fresh. Orders over $100 are free. Whole Foods Market delivery fees are $9.95 for all orders.

Sacramento, Calif., and Columbus, Ohio are the other two cities as part of the pilot. 

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