The days of the super-fast delivery service from Amazon are over. The company stamps “Prime Now” in Germany.
Off for Amazon Prime Now in Germany
Amazon customers in Berlin and around Munich have been able to use Amazon’s super-fast delivery service since 2016. Unfortunately, this service was denied to the rest of Germany. Those who took up the offer could expect delivery within an hour or a desired two-hour window.
In particular, food such as fruit, vegetables or beverages were in the foreground of the offer. But it could also articles from everyday needs, such as. B. books, electronics or drugstore items can be ordered with fast delivery.
It should come as no surprise that the service is now being discontinued. In the past few years, Amazon has repeatedly individual new, local dealers or products introduced, but an expansion of “Prime Now” to other parts of Germany was never mentioned. While the concept continues to exist in the USA, it has already been “discontinued in its current form” in Germany, Japan, India and Singapore.
Customers who prefer delivery within an hour do not have to do without the service entirely. Amazon is discontinuing the separate service “Prime Now”, but wants to continue to offer the service via the marketplace offer.
Anyone who currently visits the Amazon Prime Now page receives the information that the products are moving to Amazon.de and that Prime Now will be switched off in the coming month. Amazon is probably planning to expand the strategy from the USA worldwide: “In the USA, where Amazon has already integrated the fast delivery options of Fresh and Whole Foods Market into the platform, the feedback from customers has been overwhelming, writes the Amazon store responsible for Vice President Stephenie Landry. “