Last month, Amazon disclosed it might be working to cut its free Prime shipping in half from two days down to a single day, And it seems that the company has already begun rolling out the feature in some regions, As seen by SlickDeals.
Prime’s free two-day delivery effectively removed those deficits, Letting customers predict when items would arrive and forcing the competition to step up their games.
With its latest ambition, Amazon is poised to shake commerce with Prime one-day delivery once more.
While Amazon has offered free one-day and same-day delivery for Prime customers earlier, it was limited previously for orders over $35. The new one-day standard that Amazon is working on offers that shipping rate to all Prime requests, Very similar to the present two-day version, with no cost minimum.
Soon, all Prime associates will be able to pick from Amazon’s more than 100 million item inventory and have it appear at their doorstep the very next moment.
Amazon chief financial officer Brian Olsavsky has promised that “it will take us a significant amount of time to achieve one-day shipping across the board.” So if you don’t have it yet, you may have to be patient. However, For some Prime members, At least, instant gratification just got twice as quickly.