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Amazon Prime same-day delivery expands to 11 more US cities

Amazon's quick shipping option is now available in 27 metro areas in the US.
Billy Steele
April 6, 2016
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You know what's better than free two-day shipping? Free same-day shipping, and folks in 11 more US metro areas can now take advantage of Amazon's speedy delivery times. Prime members in Charlotte, Cincinnati, Fresno, Louisville, Milwaukee, Nashville, central New Jersey, Raleigh, Richmond, Sacramento, Stockton, and Tucson are now privy to free same-day shipping on over a million items. For those keeping track at home, the latest additions bring the tally to 27 cities for the online retailer's quick delivery. There is a $35 order minimum, so you'll want to keep that in mind if you're hoping to receive something before the end of the day.

Amazon says its same-day delivery will drop off orders placed before noon by 9PM in the areas where it's available. To help you find which items are included in the one-day shipping option, you can filter products so that a category only displays the stuff that you can have in hand quickly. Unsure if Prime same-day shipping is available where you live? Input your zip code here to find out.

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