Macy’s is expanding its same-day delivery service of products purchased online at macys.com, bloomingdales.com and both brands’ mobile apps.
Starting this fall, the department store retailer will offer same-day delivery to customers in 15 additional U.S. markets: Austin, TX; Charlotte, NC; Cincinnati; Columbus, OH; Denver; Grand Rapids, MI; Kansas City, MO; Minneapolis-St. Paul; Orlando; Phoenix; Pittsburgh; Sacramento, CA; San Antonio; San Diego; and Tampa. Bloomingdale’s will expand into two additional markets, Orlando and San Diego.
Scott Prieto, evp/logistics and operations, Macy’s, said the company’s same-day delivery option will leverage its stores as fulfillment centers for orders taken online or through its apps.
All orders must be placed by 1 p.m. local time, Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. Sunday to ensure same-day delivery. The fee for same-day delivery service is $8 for all online purchases that meet Macy’s ($99) or Bloomingdale’s ($150) free shipping thresholds and $8 plus standard shipping costs for anything less. Same-day delivery is always $8 for customers belonging to Bloomingdale’s loyalty program. Deliveries to customers will continue to be powered by Deliv, a leader in the same-day delivery space.
Macy’s launched its same-day delivery service in 2014 and in the three years since has expanded to several major markets across the country. To date, markets for Macy’s include: Atlanta; Boston; Chicago; Dallas; Houston; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; Miami; New Jersey; New York City metro; Orange County, CA; Philadelphia; San Francisco; Seattle; and Washington, D.C. Bloomingdale’s same-day delivery markets to date include: Atlanta; Boston; Chicago; Los Angeles; Miami; New Jersey; New York City metro; Orange County, CA; Philadelphia; San Francisco; and Washington, D.C.