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Amazon launches an unlimited grocery delivery subscription

A person loading Prime groceries into the back of a car while a child smiles at them from the back seat.
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Amazon is bringing back free(ish) grocery deliveries for orders over $35 in the form of a new monthly subscription program the company announced today. It’s $9.99 per month for Prime members and includes unlimited one-hour grocery delivery where it’s available, as well as unlimited 30-minute grocery pickups, with a half-cost option for low-income non-Prime members who qualify.

Amazon launched a trial of the subscription in three cities last year but now says it’s available in 3,500 cities across the US. Deliveries include groceries from Whole Foods and Amazon Fresh but also local grocers and specialty retailers that it’s partnered with. Subscribers get “priority access” for recurring weekly groceries, too.

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