If you’re struggling to get a food delivery slot with your usual supermarket, there’s now another option.
Amazon has announced that people in and around Birmingham can now get groceries delivered free with their Prime membership.
It says Prime members in Birmingham and the surrounding areas will now be able to get free, fast grocery delivery from Morrisons and Amazon Fresh, on orders over £40.
Amazon says deliveries will usually be as fast as the same day for orders placed before 9pm in most areas.
As well as free delivery in two-hour windows, Prime members in the area can now choose delivery in a one-hour window on all orders over £40 for a delivery fee of £3.99.
David Potts, Morrisons Chief Executive, said: “Morrisons on Amazon will build on our partnership with Amazon, making our good quality, great value food even more accessible through Amazon.co.uk and the Amazon app.
“It will give more customers across Birmingham the option of receiving Morrisons groceries straight to their doorstep.”
Prime members can find Morrisons products including everyday essentials along with its The Best range and Market Street selection, including bread freshly baked by Morrisons and hand-finished cream cakes from its cake shops.
The range includes handmade products from Morrisons butchers and fishmongers, as well as a selection of fruit and vegetables.
Orders from the Morrisons on Amazon store are hand-picked from local stores by dedicated Morrisons staff and delivered to customers by Amazon Flex Delivery Partners.
Russell Jones, of Amazon Fresh UK, said: “We’ve been delighted with the response so far and customers tell us they love the fast delivery and vast selection offered by Amazon Fresh.
“With delivery now free for Prime members, we’re delighted to bring Amazon Fresh to customers in Birmingham today and millions more by the end of the year.”
All Amazon Fresh perishable products have a guaranteed minimum shelf life and, with Amazon’s Freshness Guarantee, customers can receive a refund if they are unhappy with the freshness of the products they receive.
For further information, visit amazon.co.uk/groceries