Amazon Rolls Out 2-Hour Delivery Across U.S.: Act Fast and Get $10 Off

Amazon Rolls Out 2-Hour Delivery Across U.S.: Act Fast and Get $10 Off
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Do you have too much going on in your day to get to the store? Amazon wants you to skip the trip and use its Prime Now service, which guarantees free two-hour delivery on groceries, electronics, gifts and more for its Amazon Prime members.

Prime Now is free service for Prime members (who pay an annual $99 membership fee) that Amazon launched in Manhattan in December 2014 before expanding to include other regions.

Flash-forward 18 months, and Prime Now is currently available in urban areas across the globe, including these 27 metro areas: Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Manhattan/Brooklyn, Miami, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Nashville, Orlando, Phoenix, Portland, Raleigh, Richmond, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco Bay area, Seattle, Tampa and Virginia Beach.

If you live in one of those areas and haven’t used Prime Now yet, here’s your chance.

To encourage you to use the quick delivery service, the e-commerce giant is offering new users a $10 discount on their first order. Just use code 10PRIMENOW at checkout to have the $10 savings applied to your order. Click here for more information.

Amazon is also offering $10 off its one-hour restaurant delivery with code EATNOW10. Click here for details.

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