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Description

You have better things to do than go to the store. Skip the trip and shop for tens of thousands of daily essentials and gift items through the Amazon Prime Now app. In addition to the daily essentials available on Amazon Prime Now, you can shop from local stores and restaurants in select cities.

Choose from three ultra-fast delivery options for orders fulfilled by Amazon Prime Now: delivery in a two-hour window, delivery in a one-hour window, or delivery within an hour. Delivery within an hour and one-hour delivery windows are available in most ZIP Codes serviced by Amazon Prime Now.

•Prime Now is available from morning to night, seven days a week. Currently available in select areas including:
- Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Berkeley, Boston, Brooklyn, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dallas & Fort Worth, Denver, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Los Angeles & Orange County, Manhattan, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis & St. Paul, Nashville, Orlando, Phoenix, Portland, Raleigh, Richmond, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle & Eastside, Tampa, Virginia Beach, and Washington, DC Metro

• Shop for groceries, gifts, goodies and more from your favorite local stores:
- Atlanta: Sprouts
- Austin: Sprouts
- Chicago: Fresh Thyme
- Dallas: Sprouts and Sally Beauty
- Denver: Sprouts
- Indianapolis: Fresh Thyme
- Los Angeles: Sprouts, Bristol Farms, and Mission Wine & Spirits
- New York City: Westside Market, Gourmet Garage, Union Square Wine & Spirits and Vintage Grape Wine & Spirits
- Milwaukee: Fresh Thyme
- Minneapolis: Surdyk's Liquor & Cheese Shop
- Phoenix: Sprouts and Tops Liquors
- Portland: New Seasons Market
- Sacramento: Sprouts and Pet Food Express
- San Diego: Sprouts, Bristol Farms and Keg N Bottle
- San Francisco Bay Area: Sprouts, Peninsula Beauty, Pet Food Express, Sousa's Wines & Liquor and Tony's Market & Liquor
- Seattle: PCC Community Markets, New Seasons Market, Bartell Drugs and All The Best Pet Care

• Get delivery from your favorite restaurants including, but not limited to:
- Atlanta: Chai Pani, Farm Burger
- Austin: Clay Pit, Tarka Indian Kitchen
- Baltimore: Dinosaur BBQ, Home Slyce
- Columbus: Bareburger, Schmidt’s Sausage Haus
- Chicago: P.F. Chang’s, 5411 Empanadas
- Dallas: Roti Grill, Fireside Pies
- DC: Matchbox, Lebanese Taverna
- Houston: El Tiempo Cantina, Luna Pizzeria
- Las Vegas: Weera Thai Restaurant, Soho Sushi Burrito
- Los Angeles: - Pitfire Pizza, Wokcano
- Manhattan: Tao, Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken
- Miami: Harry’s Pizzeria, Versailles Restaurant
- Minneapolis: Quang, Hola Arepa
- Orlando: Hawkers Asian Street Fare, Black Rooster Taqueria
- Portland: Pok Pok, Red Robin
- Phoenix: Pita Jungle, Thai Basil
- San Diego: Chris’ Ono Grinds, Dumpling Inn
- San Francisco: Chabaa Thai Cuisine, Boulevard Cafe
- Seattle & Eastside: Cactus, Red Robin
- Tampa: India’s Grill, Datz

What's New

Version 5.2

Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5

692 Ratings

692 Ratings

I’m satisfied

Jennyjay86

This is good for people who despise going to the grocery store like me because of my crippling social phobias. I ordered about $170 worth of groceries and was quite pleased with what I received. Although some produce such as my grapes and apples weren’t really that fresh and we’re bruised, it was worth the money to not have to go to the grocery store myself.

It’s definitely not two hour delivery from the time of purchase, you just pick a 2 hour delivery window which people probably don’t know from the misleading advertising of prime now.

Overall pleased!

Great until they raised the price

Make1tRane

Call me lazy, but I used this app/service probably 2-3 times a week. It’s not too hard to find $20 worth of items to purchase, which was the minimum order up until recently. Now the minimum is $10 for delivery, but you have to pay $4.99, and if you order $35+ the delivery fee is waived. I would love it if the delivery fees came in tiers, like $4.99 if it’s under $20, free if it’s $20-$35, and maybe free 1-hour if it’s over $35. I’d even be willing to pay $2.99 for 2 hour delivery, but asking people to almost double what they’d usually spend, on top of the annual fee, seems a bit desperate. Did the Whole Foods purchase backfire, or something?

Used to be good but not anymore

jensuzhof

Besides the fact that they raised the minimum for free delivery, the delivery is also no longer two hours. For example if i order at 5:30 the next delivery window I can choose is 8-10 and as we all now orders almost always show up in the last few minutes of the window, so I've paid the minimum for "free 2 hour deliver" when in reality the way the have it set up the soonest you could actually get anything is 3 hours and that's if you're lucky. Instacart has a much better selection and will get your order to you at the time you choose (not 5 hours later) so as long as I'm paying a fee I'm sticking to Instacart.

Information

Seller
AMZN Mobile LLC
Size
61.8 MB
Category
Shopping
Compatibility
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2014 AMZN Mobile LLC
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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