This collaboration comes just in time for Amazon Prime Day. (This year, it falls on July 12-13.) Prime Day is an annual online shopping event exclusively accessible to Prime members. The holiday offers famously extreme deals — like 20% off Apple AirPods Pro and nearly $500 off LG smart 4K televisions this year, via CBS. But make no mistake. The exchange is mutually beneficial. On Prime Day 2021, shoppers spread across 20 countries purchased over 250 million products for a whopping total of $11.19 billion in sales, per Influencer Marketing Hub.
This Grubhub+ deal isn’t the first time Amazon has partnered up with other popular services. As part of Prime Day 2021, Amazon offered Prime members three free months of Disney+ streaming with the purchase of an Amazon Fire tech product, like its Fire Stick or Tablet, per USA Today. This collaboration isn’t the first time the online retail giant has dabbled in the grocery world, either. Last year, the company launched Amazon Fresh, a grocery pickup and delivery service including everything from meat and produce to pre-cooked meals, via Business Insider. Since then, Amazon Fresh has expanded to a chain of physical grocery stores with locations across the US, accessible to Prime and non-Prime members alike. Now, whether you prefer to do your grocery shopping in-store or online, Amazon has an option to suit your taste. Prime members can even mull it over while they wait for their Grubhub+ meal to arrive.