Inside Logistics

Amazon broadens garage deliveries

Expanding from 50 U.S. cities to about 4,000


November 13, 2020
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SEATTLE, Washington – Amazon is expanding in-garage delivery for its Prime service subscribers from 50 U.S. cities to about 4,000.

To use the service customers need a myQ smart garage door opener. Once they link their myQ app with Amazon’s Key app, they select “FREE In-Garage Delivery” at checkout on Amazon.com. To view videos of their delivery, customers can also use a compatible Ring smart home camera with their Ring Protect Plan, or LiftMaster Smart Garage Camera powered by myQ with a myQ Video Storage Subscription.

Originally launched in 50 cities, the Key In-Garage Delivery service is expanding to Prime members in over 4,000 cities and towns across the U.S. including: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, Washington D.C., Houston, Boston, Atlanta and Phoenix; and thousands of surrounding areas such as Astoria, NY; Valencia, CA; Oswego, IL; Elverson, PA; Farmersville, TX; Frederick, MD; Magnolia, TX; Salisbury, MA; Peachtree City, GA; and Casa Grande, AZ, among many others.

In addition to expanding in-garage delivery, Amazon is also launching Key In-Garage Grocery Delivery. This new service allows Prime members to have their grocery orders from Whole Foods Market or Amazon Fresh delivered securely into their garage. The service will be available in select areas of Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle before expanding to other cities in the U.S.