Aside from San Diego, Amazon has also expanded its Prime Now delivery service to Nashville and Richmond. This means that more Amazon Prime customers will be able to enjoying getting their everyday essentials such as milk, diapers, paper towels, cereal, fresh produce prepared meals and many more delivered to their houses in just one hour through orders on Amazon’s mobile app. At the same time, orders for laptop and Kindle devices can be delivered in an hour.
Meanwhile, Amazon Prime customers in San Diego can enjoy deliveries from certain markets in food establishments in just 2 hours. These include Sprinkles Cupcakes, Sprouts Farmers Market, Bristol Farms and the Northgate Gonzalez Market. This also means you can just order your Thanksgiving spread this year and have it delivered to you, almost ready to serve. In fact, Amazon says they will be offering its one-hour delivery service until 8 p.m. (local time) during Thanksgiving Day itself.
Currently, the Amazon Prime Now delivery service is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., every single day of the week. Two-hour delivery is offered free while the one-hour delivery service has a charge of $7.99. Amazon Prime Now delivery is available in Manhattan & Brooklyn, Baltimore, Atlanta, Miami, Dallas, Austin, Houston, Indianapolis, Chicago, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, San Francisco, San Jose, San Antonio, Las Vegas, Sacramento, Phoenix, and San Diego.