Google has launched a same-day delivery service in the Bay Area that can bring a Chromecast, Nexus 7 or Nexus 10 to your door in less than 24 hours.

Google Shopping Express
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Need a Chromecast, fast? Just in time for the holidays, Google has launched Google Shopping Express, a same-day delivery service for products from Google Play and some additional retail partners. I thought about giving it a shot, but right now deliveries are made to the San Francisco Bay Area only.

Google has partnered with a number of retailers – including Costco, Target and Walgreens – to deliver local goods, but you can also order a few devices from Google itself. Right now you can pick from a Chromecast, Nexus 7 or Nexus 10, as well as a few different cases.

If you sign up now, Google is offering six months of unlimited same-day delivery for free. You’ll also get $10 off of your first purchase. There are no deliveries on Christmas day, but you can get same-day packages delivered as late as Christmas Eve. Not a bad deal for lazy Bay Area residents looking to do some last-minute shopping,

  1. With immense money in bank, Google has all the assets to offer discounts and set its products in the market.

  2. Same-day delivery services offer extra convenience. It is good to invest in outstanding customer service. Google seems to be giving a nice deal. Several people would like to benefit from getting $10 off their first purchase.


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