Amazon rolls out Prime Now in San Antonio and San Francisco Bay Area

Amazon rolls out Prime Now in San Antonio and San Francisco Bay Area

Amazon has announced further expansion in its Prime delivery coverage in the US. Today (22 October), the company has unveiled two new roll outs, as its Prime Now one-hour delivery service has expanded to San Antonio, Texas, and also the San Francisco Bay Area

With these two regions onboard, Prime Now operates in 17 metropolitan areas worldwide.

The Amazon Prime expansion announcements have been flying off the presses. Just yesterday, the company also announced that its Prime FREE Same Day Delivery coverage had expanded to the Chicago and Orlando metropolitan areas.

Amazon Prime members in the US now have the option of using three delivery services (where coverage permits):

  • Prime FREE Two-Day: available across the mainland US for more than 20 million items across all product categories
  • Prime FREE Same-Day: available in 16 metro areas in the US, seven days a week, for a selection of more than a million items
  • Prime Now: Members in select cities can choose from tens of thousands of everyday essentials for free two-hour delivery from a dedicated mobile app (and they have the option of paying a delivery charge for a one-hour service).

 

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