Google launched their Google Shopping Express service last year, and now the company is changing the way the service works and also expanding it to more cities.
Just like Amazon Prime, Google will now charge you a fee for their Google Shopping Express service, although where as Amazon Prime gets you your delivery the same day or the next day, Google’s Shopping Express is a same day service.
Starting today, we’re expanding to three new cities: Chicago, Boston, and Washington, D.C. Across all our cities, more than 7 million people can now access our same-day delivery service, and in Northern California almost 12 million can use our next-day service.
We’re also adding more merchants: 16 in total over the last couple of months. We’ve added national brands including 1-800-Flowers, Barnes & Noble, Nine West, PetSmart, Vitamin Shoppe and Sports Authority, and regional merchants such as Paragon Sports in New York and Vicente Foods in Los Angeles. In our new markets, we’ve added regional brands including Stop & Shop in Boston; Giant Food in D.C.; and Lux Roses, TigerDirect, Treasure Island Foods and Wrigleyville Sports in Chicago.
The Google Shopping Express service will be available for an annual fee of $95 or $10 per month, if you dont want to pay the annual fee, you can choose a delivery charge of 4.99 per order, you can find out more details over at Google at the link below.
Source Google, The Next Web
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