Google Shopping Express

Google Shopping Express

(1) For Google's online shopping service, see Google Shopping.

(2) An online shopping service from Google that delivers merchandise from several stores to customers the same day they order. Payments are made by Google Wallet. The service began in 2013 in Silicon Valley and San Francisco with New York and Los Angeles added the following year. Participating vendors include Costco, Staples, Walgreens, Barnes & Noble and Target. For more information, visit www.google.com/shopping/express. See Google Shopping.
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There are also third party companies retailers can partner with, such as Instacart, Shipt and Google Shopping Express.
To solve "the last mile," retailers can leverage third-party providers such as Instacart and Google Shopping Express (and soon, more than likely, Uber) to provide either one-hour or two-hour delivery or scheduled delivery with virtually no additional infrastructure cost to the retailer.
Google Shopping Express offers consumers same or next day delivery service from local retail stores in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York City.
Meanwhile, Google last year introduced Google Shopping Express, which allows customers to shop online from several select retailers and have the items delivered the day they are ordered.
Google has invited employees in the Santa Monica, Calif., area to try Google Shopping Express, a pilot project for same-day delivery launched last year in the San Francisco area.
The company has recently begun Google Shopping Express in San Francisco and San Jose, which is going to directly challenge Amazon's Prime Air Project, the BBC reports.
Google Shopping Express promises same- and next-day delivery of items shoppers order from such retailers as Target Corp., Costco Wholesale Corp.