Your Amazon account just became more useful. Besides getting household items or books or shampoo delivered straight to your door within a day or two, you can now get wine dropped off within one hour, as long as you're an Amazon Prime Now member.
The online retailer rolled out Prime Now in 2014, which promises free same-day delivery on certain products. The service, which is currently available in 30 cities across the country, has now introduced alcohol delivery in more locations than ever. One-hour delivery on groceries is great, but, not having to leave my couch for wine? Yes, please.
Here's how it works: If you're in a city that offers the service, you can get two-hour delivery for free or one-hour delivery for $8. Food & Wine reports that of the 30-plus cities that currently have Prime Now, 12 are able to bring beer, wine, and sometimes spirits. All in two hours or less. Bless.
If you live in any of these cities, consider yourself blessed:
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I like pink, iced coffee, and long walks through the candle section. When I'm not lighting up my favorite scents (probably while testing out new skincare), you can find me writing and editing all of the lifestyle things at Seventeen.
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