Minneapolis is one of only three cities getting AmazonFresh (for now). This comes at a very convenient time since Coborn's recently announced that they won't be delivering in the Twin Cities anymore. Yep, AmazonFresh is a grocery delivery service!

You can order "fresh produce and meat, grocery items, and items in the health and personal care, home & kitchen, and toys categories," reports Bring Me the News. Of course, this great service comes at a cost.

First of all, you need to have Amazon Prime to utilize AmazonFresh ($119 a year). Then you have to pay $14.99 more to add AmazonFresh. You'll get your groceries delivered within two hours but it's only free with a minimum order of $35. If it's under $35 then you have to pay a delivery fee of $5.99. Also, if you want it delivered to you in less than an hour that'll also cost you extra.

You can try out AmazonFresh in Minneapolis for free for 30 days. They'll also throw in $10 off your first order of $35 or more (use the code Grocery10 to get that deal).

I've never used a grocery delivery service. Is this pricey compared to other options? Or is this pretty typical? Or maybe they're cheaper than the competition!

Check out what AmazonFresh has to offer on Amazon's website.


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