Google Shopping Express expands to Manhattan and West L.A.

Google is extending the reach of its same day delivery service, Google Shopping Express, to new cities on both U.S. coasts with its arrival in Manhattan and West L.A. Covering a range of retailers including Costco, Target and Staples, folks who don't want to leave the house can get their goodies delivered to them in a jiffy.

The L.A. areas covered by Google Shopping Express are:

  • Culver City, Inglewood, Marina Del Rey, Santa Monica, Venice, West Los Angeles, and Westwood

Coupled with the expansion, Google is offering shoppers the chance to take advantage of six-months worth of free deliveries and everyone in the new markets gets a free $10 to spend. Not too shabby. And of course, with the mobile app – available at the Play Store link up top – you can shop from your Android phone or tablet as well.

Hit up the source link for more and to get your spend on!

Source: Google Commerce

Richard Devine
  • Yay, and expanding to "Queens and Brooklyn in the coming months."
  • This needs to come to Seattle. Posted via Android Central App
  • There are big bucks providing services for the lazy. Posted via Android Central App
  • Yes. Because rather than strolling this weekend's City Streets Festival in San Francisco, I should have been walking the aisles of Target....this makes me lazy, how?