Amazon Fresh Launches Same-Day Delivery Grocery Service

The major supermarket chains face a fresh challenge as Amazon offers free delivery to its amazon prime members.

Amazon has replaced its previous system were prime members – who already had to pay £7.99 – needed to pay an extra £2.99 for a food order. Now select customers can, as long as they spend £40 on fresh orders, have their groceries delivered for free.

How Amazon Fresh compares with other same-day delivery services.

As of today, the offer is only available to Prime members in the South East of England (Check here to see if it’s available for you) but by the end of the year, the e-commerce giant hopes to expand the service to all of its UK customers.

A comparison online shop at each of the major supermarket chains

Amazon Fresh is now free with Prime

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be an Amazon Prime Member to use Amazon Fresh?
Amazon Fresh grocery delivery is available exclusively for Prime members. please check here to see if delivery is available in your area

What qualifies for FREE delivery?
FREE same-day and next-day grocery delivery is available to Prime members on Amazon Fresh orders over £40.

What happens if I want to cancel after I’ve placed my order?
You can cancel your Amazon Fresh order at any point up until your shopper begins picking your groceries.

Can I get alcohol delivered?
Yes. If your order contains alcohol, you will be required to provide identification at the time of delivery. ID verification will be contact-free.

Can I get a contact-free delivery?
Yes. Customers ordering delivery from Amazon Fresh can select “unattended delivery” during checkout and your order will be left at your doorstep. (Orders containing alcohol are not eligible for unattended delivery.)

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