Amazon launches a new grocery delivery subscription in the U.S | TechCrunch

Amazon said today that it has launched a new grocery delivery subscription for Prime Members and customers with an EBT (Electronic Benefit Transfer) in the U.S. across 3,500 cities and towns.

The company started testing grocery delivery in three locations last year, including Denver, Colorado; Sacramento, California; and Columbus, Ohio

The subscription costs $9.99 per month for Amazon Prime users and $4.99 per month for Amazon-registered EBT card holders.

The company said that with this subscription, users can avail of free delivery for grocery orders over $35 across Amazon Fresh, Whole Foods Market, and other local grocery and specialty retailers on the Amazon site. Users will get a 30-day free trial before paying up.

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