News flash, y’all: Mother’s Day is this Sunday! As in, you only have three days to get your gifts and cards together! Eeek! If you haven’t started shopping yet, don’t panic. There is still plenty of time, especially for you Amazon Prime users!
I know life can get hectic. Between managing work, families, and responsibilities at home, it can be difficult to get out and get shopping done. But finding the perfect gift doesn’t mean you have to spend hours scouring the mall. There are so many great options right at your fingertips! So spend a little more time enjoying your family, or maybe take an extra long shower to relax. And then scoop up the best Mother’s Day Gifts with Amazon Prime Now!
If you haven’t heard of Prime Now, it’s a super-fast delivery service exclusively for Amazon Prime Members. There are tens of thousands of items available for immediate shipment across a multitude of categories. Household items, groceries, electronics, and of course gifts are all available through www.primenow.com and the Prime Now mobile app! Two-hour delivery is free (WHAT?!) in over 30 cities nationwide, and if you’re really in a pickle, you can get one-hour delivery for only $7.99! (Sign up from Prime here!)
This year, Prime Now has a whole collection of specially-curated gift ideas for Mom. (In fact, all of my ideas above were pulled directly from there!!) Wine and chocolate? Check. Greeting Cards? Yes! Fresh flowers? Yep! They’ll be available in all 30+ cities where Prime Now is available from 5/13– 5/14! Want to pamper Mom? Pick out a few items from the beauty section! Or treat a tech-savvy mama to a new tablet, reader, or maybe even an Amazon Echo! You can even surprise mom with breakfast in bed with a $0.25 Starbucks coffee (limit 1 per order, while supplies last)!
And in case you wanted a little sneak peek at what I ordered for myself… let’s just say I was in the mood for some pampering! 😉
So tell me, what will you do with your extra time now that you don’t have to go out and shop? I’ll probably try to sneak in a nap. #truth 😉
Thank you to Amazon Prime Now for sponsoring this post!