NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Google announced Tuesday morning it is expanding its Google Express service to several states, including Tennessee.
“Today, we’re very excited to be further expanding our efforts — making it easy for millions in Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga, and Knoxville – and the majority of the population in Tennessee to get things they need from stores they love — delivered fast.”
Tennesseans can take advantage of the service beginning Tuesday.
The service, according to a release, makes it easy for shoppers to get the things they need in one convenient place, from multiple stores, giving them more time back in their week for the activities they love.
With the newly announced expansion, now more than 70 million more people will have access to two-day delivery shopping at stores like Costco, Whole Foods Market, PetSmart, Kohl’s and others.
A membership for Google Express is $95 per year. A pay-as-you-go option is available and starts at $4.99 per order.
For more information on Google Express, click here.
The service is also now available in Alabama, Kentucky, Utah, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Wyoming, and Washington.