Amazon Prime now comes with free Grubhub food delivery

Amazon Prime now comes with free Grubhub food delivery

Amazon now offers restaurant food delivery. And if you pay for Amazon Prime, the delivery part is free.

Amazon is now embedding Grubhub into Amazon.com and the Amazon Shopping app, and Amazon Prime customers paying $139 per year for Amazon Prime will now pay $0 for food delivery fees on orders of $12 or more, among other benefits.

Amazon had previously offered Prime customers a free one-year subscription to GrubHub Plus, but that one auto-renewed at $129 per year. Now, it’s a permanent part of the Amazon Prime subscription.

Amazon says the ordering experience is “identical” to ordering from Grubhub’s website or app and is accessible to all customers, even without Prime.

Amazon and Grubhub say they’ll continue collaborating on other promotions, including food pairings and promotions like the limited Nuka Burger for the Fallout series premiere.

Amazon’s Prime membership comes along with other services like Prime Video, Amazon Music, plus premium add-ons like Amazon’s pharmacy service RxPass ($5 a month for many common medications) or $10 a month for unlimited grocery delivery from Whole Foods and Amazon Fresh.

Prime members can also get $5 off their Grubhub meal of $25 or more, made through Amazon with code PRIME5 (valid through June 2nd).

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