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Amazon provides fast delivery from Lucky Supermarkets in Bay Area

Amazon Lucky Supermarkets app (Source: Amazon)
Amazon shoppers can now order two-hour delivery from Lucky Supermarkets (Source: Amazon).

Amazon is expanding upon a fast grocery delivery program it operates with The Save Mart Companies.

In an email to Chain Store Age, an Amazon spokesperson said the e-tail giant is now offering same-day, two-hour grocery delivery from Lucky Supermarkets stores in select cities across the San Francisco Bay Area. 

A subsidiary of The Save Mart Companies, Lucky operates roughly 70 stores around the Bay Area. This delivery partnership follows a similar two-hour delivery program Amazon launched with fellow Save Mart Companies banner Save Mart in select California stores in October 2022.

"Our goal is to build a best-in-class grocery shopping experience—whether shopping in-store or online—where Amazon is the first choice for selection, value, and convenience," the spokesperson said in the email. "As part of that, we’re teaming up with third-party retailers we know our customers already love, like Lucky, to offer more selection at great prices and delivery directly from our website."

Customers who live in the Bay Area where Lucky delivery is available can shop on Amazon via a dedicated webpage or the Amazon app. To celebrate the launch of Lucky on Amazon, the e-tailer is offering Prime members free delivery on their first three Lucky orders of $10 or more.

In 2023, Amazon began enabling customers without a Prime membership to order delivery from a variety of local grocery and specialty retailers available on This includes a same-day delivery partnership with regional grocer Weis Markets in cities across New Jersey, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland.

And in April 2024, Amazon introduced a new optional perk for Amazon Prime members and EBT recipients that offers unlimited grocery delivery for a monthly fee. Eligible deliveries are from Whole Foods Market, Amazon Fresh, and other local grocery and specialty retailers including Save Mart on orders over $35.

The Save Mart Companies, a Kingswood Capital Management, LP portfolio company and a California-based grocer, operates approximately 200 Save Mart, Lucky, and FoodMaxx stores in California and Western Nevada. In addition to its retail operation, the Company also operates SMART Refrigerated Transport and is a partner in Super Store Industries (“SSI”), which owns and operates a distribution center in Lathrop, and the Sunnyside Farms dairy processing plant in Turlock, Calif.

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