Price: Free delivery for Prime members on orders over $35 to $50 (depending on area).
Amazon Fresh is a grocery delivery service available to some Prime members living in several cities, including New York, San Francisco, Boston, Seattle, Houston and Atlanta, as well as some cities internationally. Though you'll find some products from the Whole Foods 365 line, most groceries here come from Amazon's massive warehouse facilities.
To find out if Fresh is available in your area, go to Amazon.com/Fresh and enter your ZIP code in the "Deliver to" field at the top left corner of the page.
Up until 2019, Amazon Fresh cost $15 a month. But now it's included with your Prime membership of $13 a month or $119 a year. Both paid and free-trial Prime and Prime Student members are eligible to shop Amazon Fresh, but Prime Video members aren't. Amazon Fresh is currently available in 2,000 cities and towns across the US.
There's one exception to the Prime membership rule: Customers using a SNAP EBT card in a participating area receive free access to the Amazon Fresh selection without a Prime membership, and get free delivery if they meet a certain price threshold.
If you're eligible for Amazon Fresh, you can shop for just about anything you'd find at your local grocery store, including fresh fruit and vegetables, meats, cheese, canned goods, pantry staples and household items.
With Amazon Fresh, delivery is free on orders that meet a certain threshold. Depending on the area, that'll be either a $35 or $50 minimum before tax. If you don't meet that price, you'll be charged a delivery fee of $5 to $8, depending on how fast you want your order. Some cities also have a free pickup option. Delivery can be as fast as two hours, or during a two-hour time slot that day or the next that fits into your schedule. Amazon will leave items on your doorstep or wherever you specify.