Prevent a Mother’s Day disaster with Amazon’s same-day delivery

Treat Mom like a queen with help from the online retail king’s same-day delivery

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Can’t make it to see Mom this Mother’s Day? Total bummer, but you can still surprise her with fresh flowers or a treat from her favorite local shop–and Amazon makes it easy. If you mom lives in one of the 30 cities where Amazon offers its Prime Now service, you can get a memorable gift to her door in as little as an hour! You just need to be a Prime member.

With Prime Now, the possibilities are nearly endless. Amazon has a team of couriers at the ready from morning to evening, seven days a week, to grab a gift that will be sure to make this a fantastic Mother’s Day. You can have something delivered in two hours for no shipping costs, or pay an additional $7.99 and it’ll be there within the hour. Plus, in 25 of the cities where Prime Now is available, you can even order from local restaurants and retailers.

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Make Mom feel like you're really there with a gift she'll love.

And you’re not limited to just flowers and food either. You can select the perfect gift (or gifts) for your mom from a variety of different items. Want to upgrade her reading experience? Send her a Kindle e-reader and a gift card to buy a book or two. How about a gift basket of her favorite healthy snacks and a Fire stick so she can stream her favorite shows and enjoy a well-deserved, relaxing day? Or choose from the thousands of other products Amazon can

You know what she loves, and Amazon’s Prime Now makes it easy to surprise her on her special day. And if you don’t have Prime, you can try it for free for 30 days and take advantage of Prime Now without any added costs (you can always cancel your trial before it runs out).

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