The most basic thing you can do to make your grocery bill go away is to take a little extra time shopping.
But you can also buy cheap stuff from Amazon.com.
That’s because the company is now giving shoppers the ability to shop from its website, even if they don’t live near the nearest grocery store.
The service is available on both Windows and Mac computers, and can be used to shop at Walmart, Target, Costco, Sam’s Club, BJ’s Wholesale Club, and more.
In addition, shoppers can also purchase goods on Amazon Prime, a service that lets them access all sorts of exclusive, high-quality products for free.
It’s a smart move by Amazon.
In fact, the company has a new ad campaign that is meant to remind shoppers that it’s not just about buying more stuff for you, but also about helping people who can’t or don’t want to shop.
The ads start with a shot of the Amazon Prime store.
“With the Prime program, we’re making it easy for people to shop for the things they really need, without all the hassle,” says Paul Allen, head of Amazon’s global marketing department.
“We’re giving people a new way to shop and have a better experience, whether they’re in a car or on the go.”
The ads have already run in the United States, and Amazon says it plans to roll it out in the coming months.
The company says it also plans to make its shopping app available on other devices, such as Windows and Android.
Amazon has also partnered with retailers like Target, Whole Foods, and BJ’s to offer Prime members the ability buy groceries from their stores.
(The company is currently testing the service on select Whole Foods locations.)
The company has already offered the Prime members an unlimited amount of Prime Day groceries, but that offer has been limited to the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United Arab Emirates.