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Jet tests grocery deliveries

Upstart online retailer Jet.com is looking to compete with Amazon in a new arena–the company is testing grocery delivery in 875 zip codes on the East Coast, The Next Web reports. Unlike Amazon, which charges $299 for its AmazonFresh delivery service (which automatically includes a Prime membership), Jet’s delivery is free for orders above $35. The … Continue reading “Jet tests grocery deliveries”

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Upstart online retailer Jet.com is looking to compete with Amazon in a new arena–the company is testing grocery delivery in 875 zip codes on the East Coast, The Next Web reports.

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Unlike Amazon, which charges $299 for its AmazonFresh delivery service (which automatically includes a Prime membership), Jet’s delivery is free for orders above $35. The downside: Orders can take up to two days to be delivered, according to The Next Web.

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