Amazon is now letting non-Prime members order grocery deliveries from its Fresh stores, as first reported by Bloomberg. Starting today, customers in a dozen major US cities, including Boston, Dallas, and San Francisco, can place online orders from Amazon Fresh stores and warehouses.
While non-Prime grocery delivery is only available in a handful of cities in the US for now, Bloomberg reports that Amazon plans on rolling out the initiative across the country by the end of this year. Other cities in the rollout include Nashville, Charlotte, Richmond, San Diego, Sacramento, Phoenix, Denver, Austin, and Portland, Oregon. Before this change, Amazon only let those who pay for its $139 per year Prime membership order groceries online.