Skip to comments.You can now order beer and wine with Amazon's fast delivery service
Posted on 06/20/2018 7:53:46 AM PDT by bgill
Amazon has now opened up its one and two-hour delivery service to beer and wine in the Austin area, including some local offerings. The company's Prime Now app and website let people skip trips to the store and get items delivered for a fee. After purchasing Whole Foods last year, it also began offering free two-hour grocery delivery in Austin for Amazon Prime members. People can also shop on Amazon.com or get items from certain local restaurants delivered... The beer and wine service will also be available starting Wednesday in Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio.
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Amazon’s delivery service complies with local regulations, which is why it’s not available everywhere. What do you care if people have alcohol delivered in accordance with local statute?
I’m thirsty for a Westmalle Tripel and I would like it cold... Within the hour would be great!
IPA drone service for boondock areas????????????
Do not give Bezos your money! Never forget the abysmal treatment of their employees. And a portion of their profits are used to attack our President!
A dream come true.
There are already numerous alcohol delivery svcs in TX....this will just make it easier and cheaper
The ones i have been using are super strict about id of person ordering matching, no drop offs, etc
Cigarettes too? Highly doubtful. They’re too pure and righteous for that. Rolling papers, pipes and little screens? No problemmo.
i’m spicious of Amazon!
They’re already handing off my AmazonPrime orders to the post office for delivery to the PO gangbox up the street where I have to hike to and hump the packages back home!
This is great! I live in a dry county.
Unless your FedEx delivery man is Muslim then it wont get delivered.
I have stopped ordering anything from amazon.
I make a point of not ordering from Amazon but last time I ordered something from what was supposed to be a reputable site, sent it in an Amazon box with Amazon tape. Ticked me off.
A good cultural candidate for South Park to incorporate into one of their next season’s shows.
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