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Amazon brings one-hour delivery to Baltimore

The online retail giant is expanding Prime Now after an initial launch in New York City.

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Updated with additional information from Amazon. (3/19/15, 11:25 a.m.)

Baltimore continues to benefit from being the home of a million-square-foot Amazon warehouse.
The online retail giant announced Thursday that it is expanding its one-hour delivery service to Baltimore. Prime Now is launching in “select ZIP codes.” A release said the service would “expand rapidly” to other areas.
Prime Now is available to Amazon Prime subscribers through a mobile app. The one-hour delivery service costs an additional $7.99 per order, and is available each day from 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Two-hour delivery is free.
Amazon also expanded the service to Miami on Thursday. It was already offered in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Here are the initial Baltimore-area ZIP codes where the service will be available:
21202, 21218, 21224, 21231, 21205, 21222, 21213, 21233, 21230, 21206, 21203, 21214, 21211, 21251, 21201, 21223, 21225, 21226, 21217, 21219, 21237, 21229, 21227, 21216, 21236

Companies: Amazon

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