The marriage of Amazon and Whole Foods just keeps getting better and better. Why strap the kids in the car and struggle through a grocery run when you can just kick back and let Amazon do the work for you? Now Amazon is delivering Whole Foods to more cities in just two hours.
Amazon Prime members can get free two-hour delivery on orders of $35 or more. If you really need your groceries ASAP, you can pay $7.99 for one-hour delivery. Delivery is available during Whole Foods’ regular business hours.
Amazon Prime is expanding its new Whole Foods delivery service to new cities and that’s good news for everyone. Atlanta, Georgia and San Francisco, California have been added to the cities where Whole Foods delivery is already available, including Austin and Dallas, Texas; Cincinnati, Ohio and Virginia Beach, Virginia.
If your hometown isn’t on the list don’t worry—it’s still a good sign that Amazon has expanded its service the company hopes to add more cities soon.
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