If you’re seeking more convenience amidst the hustle and bustle of everyday life, look to Amazon if you are an Amazon Prime member. Shoppers will soon be able to buy groceries from their smartphones, tablets, or computers and have them delivered straight to their cars. It's called AmazonFresh Pickup, and it is essentially a drive-up grocery store. This new service eliminates many aspects of in-store grocery shopping that shoppers likely wouldn't mind abandoning, like driving to grocery stores, spending precious minutes walking up and down aisles, and waiting in checkout lines.
AmazonFresh Pickup will allow Prime members to shop for groceries online via AmazonFresh, reserve a pickup time as soon as 15 minutes after the order is placed, and have the groceries loaded into their car upon arrival. The selection is endless with thousands of products at affordable prices, including quality meats, fresh produce, and everyday goods. There is also no order minimum, so if you want, you could unabashedly order one chocolate bar to fulfill your cravings. The best part? Amazon Prime members will be able to enjoy this service at no extra charge as frequently as they’d like.
Currently, AmazonFresh Pickup is only available to Amazon employees, but once it's released to Prime members, the two locations will be in Seattle's SODO and Ballard neighborhoods to start. Click here to learn more about AmazonFresh Pickup and sign up to be notified when the service is available to the public.
Let us know if you plan on taking advantage of AmazonFresh Pickup when it becomes available to all Prime members!