Google Express Comes to Bozeman

Montanan’s now have nothing to complain about when it comes to winter. Well…at least about running errands in the cold weather that is. Google Express, an online shopping service, just recently launched in the Gallatin Valley.

Instead of embracing the cold and running errands around town in the winter (or any other day), you can just order what you need online and have it delivered! Convenient if you’re tired of making routine trips to stores around town in bad weather.

With Google Express, Bozemanites now have an alternative to shopping in-person. This service you to shop online from a variety of local grocery and retail stores, including Costco, Whole Foods, Walgreens, Toys “R” Us, PetSmart, and even Fry’s Electronics.

For $10 a month, or $95 a year, members can order as many times they want for fast and free delivery! Non-members will be charged $4.99 per store for eligible orders. Depending on the area and retailer, delivery times can range from 1 to 3 days. This service is price competitive with other companies such as Amazon, which offers a similar service for $99 a year.

Google Express also launched in several other states across the Northwest, including Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and in the Southeast, including Kentucky, Utah, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

Looks like Google is making some big moves in the market. It’ll be exciting to see what the company comes up with next.


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