New Yorkers want our stuff, and we want it now. So it's good news that Google's delivery service, Google Express, expanded today into all five boroughs and the rest of New York state.
Now online shoppers can get deliveries from stores including Costco, Whole Foods, PetSmart and Target right to their door (HALLELUJAH!), and even get items delivered on the same day. One-year membership costs $95, and overnight or two-day shipping for non-subscribers can cost as little as $4.99.
Google continues to battle with Amazon's Prime service, though Google announced it would stop selling perishables and meat recently. But Whole Foods will help fill that gap. Google also plans to eventually add local businesses to their lineup, and some are already on the list, including Paragon Sports, Road Runner and Adorama.
h/t New York Post