Business News: Tequila Prime: AMAZON’S 1-HOUR BOOZE DELIVERY

| August 26, 2015 | More

If you forgot to order enough spirits for your big party, and you don’t want to leave your own bash in order to replenish the bar, and you live in Seattle, Washington, then you’re in luck! You can become an Amazon Prime Now member and order liquor and beer using your Prime account. You won’t be waiting two days for that fresh infusion of tequila, either. You’ll be receiving your order in just about an hour thanks to Seattle’s new position as the test market for Prime Now alcohol delivery[1].

Amazon expects that drinkers will pay big for the fast service, too. In fact, the online alcohol delivery market is estimated to increase by $1.4 billion in the next five years alone, and Amazon is planning to seize as much of that money as possible by rolling the program out in New York, Miami, and Atlanta as quickly as the company can work out the kinks. Two-hour delivery is already free to Prime Now members in eligible areas and one-hour service is just $7.99.

An Amazon spokesperson refused to comment on the timeline for Prime Now alcohol delivery in other states, simply saying that the company has not yet provided such material. “Like with any product offering, we will evaluate customer response and if customers love the convenience of having alcohol delivered in under an hour right to their doors, then we’ll expand the offering,” he said[2]. What do you think? We’re predicting Amazon one-hour alcohol will likely expand.

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