CBS News reports:
Amazon’s (AMZN) Prime Now has had a bit of a rocky reception since the online retailer introduced the two-hour delivery service in late 2014.
The company debuted its Prime Now service in New York City in 2014 and now offers delivery in more than two dozen cities, including Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Diego. The service is free for delivery within a two-hour window, although customers can pay $7.99 per order if they want delivery within an hour. The catch is that the service is only available to Prime members, who pay an annual membership fee of $99.