Amazon is taking a serious step ahead with its Amazon Contemporary grocery service, increasing entry to non-Prime subscribers.
Amazon Contemporary started as a grocery supply service completely for Amazon Prime subscribers. Based on GeekWire, nevertheless, the corporate is increasing its grocery supply service to non-Prime clients in choose metro areas.
The outlet experiences that non-Prime clients pays roughly $4 extra for supply than Prime members. The charges break all the way down to $13.95 for orders below $50, $10.95 for orders between $50 and $100, and $7.95 for orders in extra of $100.
Not like Prime members, who obtain free supply for orders over $150, it seems that $7.95 is the most cost effective supply possibility for non-Prime clients.