This 5 Minute Video Shows How Amazon Prime Now Delivers Orders Within 2 Hours

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Two-hour delivery is free for Prime members and they also have the option to select one-hour delivery for an $8 charge.

So, how does Amazon manage these rapid-fire deliveries?

I decided to find out by following an order from an Amazon Prime Now hub in Seattle to my doorstep. We watched as pickers searched the shelves for my items — bacon, La Croix sparkling water, and earbuds — and prepared them for pick up by Amazon Flex couriers. Less than two hours later, the items were at my apartment.

Funny and not at all surprising: Ben & Jerry’s ice cream is a constant bestseller on Amazon Prime Now. The ultimate alone at home impulse buy.

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