Months after launching the service as a pilot program in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle, Key by Amazon is making its in-garage grocery delivery an option for all customers in all regions where Amazon delivers groceries. That includes more than 5,000 cities and towns across the US.
Formerly known as Amazon Key, Key by Amazon allows Prime subscribers with compatible smart locks or smart garage openers to receive package and grocery deliveries inside their home. Those who opt in will share temporary access with their delivery person, enabling them to open the door or garage, drop your groceries or packages off inside, and lock things shut behind them.
In-home package delivery was already available in more than 4,000 cities. Now, Amazon is giving in-garage grocery delivery the green light, too.
To opt into Amazon’s in-garage grocery delivery service, you’ll need to be a Prime subscriber with Chamberlain’s MyQ Garage Door Opener installed.
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