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Amazon Prime Pantry might let you skip the grocery store

Amazon Prime Pantry will ship canned foods, drinks, and lots more directly to your door saving you form driving to the grocery store
By: Shane McGlaun | Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Apr 24, 2014 7:02 pm

Amazon has made no secret over the years that it wants to earn all your business. You can get just about anything you can think of from Amazon and you can now buy your groceries there. Amazon has announced Prime Pantry, a grocery delivery service available anywhere in the lower 48 states.




With Prime Pantry, you can go and find all the snacks, dinner stuff, drinks, toiletries, personal hygiene, and other items you need. Add them to your cart and Amazon keeps a running total of how full your Prime Pantry Box is.


Once the box is full, Amazon will ship it to you for $5.99. The box will hold up to four cubic feet of items or 45 pounds. You will still have to go to the store for some of your items since Prime Pantry only has non-perishable items. This service could save you most of your trips each month. It seems that the prices are higher than local stores (at least my local stores) but the convenience f not having to go to the store may be worth it for some folks. You do have to be an Amazon Prime member.


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