Amazon Who? 10 Retailers Who Also Offer Free 2-Day Shipping

Updated October 15, 2020 by Kyle
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There’s NO doubt that fast delivery is something we are ALL looking for, especially around birthdays and holidays. Just ask anyone who shells out $119 a year for an Amazon Prime membership. But guess what? As I recently wrote, Amazon Prime 2-day shipping is a thing of the past for most of us. And while most websites have the option to get it delivered in 2 days, it’ll usually cost you an arm and a leg to make it happen. With that said, here are all the retailers that will deliver your order within 2 days WITHOUT charging you a penny extra.

Amazon Who? 10 Retailers Who Also Offer Free 2-Day Shipping

Apple.com

Whether you’re ordering a new iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch, Apple will deliver it within 2 days.

Here’s how it works.

– Free 2-day shipping is available only on in-stock items from Apple.com.

– The only exclusions are customized Macs, engraved items, and items paid for via financing and bank transfers.

– Delivery to Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico will take 2-5 business days.

If you’re ordering an in-stock iPhone you’ll actually get it delivered for free via next-day shipping.

Just check out your virtual shopping bag as Apple will tell you if your iPhone qualifies.

Best Buy

Best Buy use to offer free 2-day shipping on thousands of items.

But they’ve recently dialed it back and only offer it to My Best Buy Elite Plus members.

Here’s how it works.

– If you buy at least $3,500 annually from Best Buy you’ll get Elite Plus status and qualify for free 2-day shipping.

– No minimum purchase required.

– If you do get this free membership you’ll also get 45 return days instead of the standard 30.

See Also: 7 Insider Tips to Save Money at Best Buy

Blue Nile.com

Blue Nile is a popular online jewelry site that offers free 2-day shipping with some contingency.

– To get free 2-day FedEx shipping your jewelry purchase must exceed $500 otherwise you’ll have to settle for FedEx Ground.

– You need to place your order by 4:30 pm in your local time zone to get 2-day delivery.

– Alaska and Hawaii are not eligible.

If you need Saturday delivery they have options available for a small fee.

Home Depot.com

I was pleasantly surprised to discover that The Home Depot also offers free 2-day shipping on millions of products.

Here’s the skinny:

– Your order total must exceed $45.

– According to their site, “Look for the expected arrival date in your Shopping Cart under Product Information.”

– 2-day shipping does not apply to large/heavy items like appliances and flooring.

Optics Planet.com

For those unfamiliar, Optics Planet sells top-of-the-line rifle scopes, spoting scopes, and holsters.

– While Optics Planet doesn’t offer site-wide 2-day shipping on every product, they have a webpage that lists over 2,500 eligible products.

– Eligible items change frequently so it’s worth bookmarking and checking back often.

– At checkout, you have to select “Two Day Shipping” and use code 2DAYAIR to get 2-day delivery. No minimum order size required.

Also, the coupon code only works for orders delivered in the 48 contiguous states.

Tennis Warehouse.com

The Tennis Warehouse sells name brand tennis equipment, shoes, and apparel, plus a killer shipping offer.

– They offer free 2-day shipping on ALL orders in the lower 48 states over $50.

– Order Monday through Friday before 12:00 pm EST and your order ships that same day.

It’s also worth noting that they offer free returns, no questions asked.

Sephora.com

If you shop regularly at Sephora, you’ll want to consider the Sephora Flash 2-day shipping program.

– For a measly $15 a year, the Sephora Flash program will get you unlimited 2-day free shipping.

– No minimum order size required.

– If you need it, overnight shipping is available for a reasonable $5.95.

– Exclusions include orders to Canada, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, P.O. Boxes, and APO/FPO addresses.

If you don’t want to drop $15 on the Flash program, Sephora offers free everyday shipping on orders over $50.

Target.com

Just last year Target introduced free 2-day shipping to try and compete with Amazon.

Here’s everything you need to know.

– The first thing you need to do is get a Target REDCard. You can get a debit or credit REDCard, it’s up to you.

– Once you have your card you’ll score 5% OFF every order PLUS Free 2-day shipping on hundreds of thousands of products.

– This also includes free returns if you’re not completely satisfied.

Verizon Wireless

Verizon will also ship for free within 2 business days of delivery. Here are the details.

– When ordering a new phone, you’ll get free 2–day shipping when you order online Monday – Friday by 4:30 pm.

– Some customers may need to select free 2–day shipping option in drop down at checkout.

– When ordering accessories, you’ll need to spend at least $49 to get free 2-day shipping.

– This offer excludes purchases delivered to Alaska and Hawaii.

Also, be sure to plan accordingly as a signature will be required upon delivery.

Walmart.com

Last, but not least, is Walmart which introduced unlimited free 2-day shipping with no membership fee required a couple years ago.

While clearly an attempt to compete with Amazon, their new shipping policy does require you to purchase at least $35 from the Walmart website to qualify.

But that is a pretty low threshold if you’re buying goods for an entire household.

Walmart also lets you make free returns for up to 90 days after your order is delivered.

See Also: What Is Walmart+ and Is It Really an Amazon Prime Competitor?

Happy savings.


By Kyle James

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Marilyn Cali

You list several companies, all with limits (have to buy a certain amount), but with Amazon, I can buy anything under the sun and find it there, not multiple different stores or websites! I also get other perks with Amazon prime!!!!

Sandra Olson

I agree…I live in a tiny town in North Iowa and my Amazon order are almost always there in two days. Combination UPS and/or USPS depending upon where the item is coming from.

Sandra Olson

Forgot to mention, Amazon also has the option of having your package delivered to one of their “lockers”, a physical store so you don’t have to worry about the item being stolen if you are working and not home to get your mail or UPS shipment. Nice option; no extra charge.

Aaron

Thats crazy, I have been getting my orders in 2 days all the time, sometimes even the next day. Guess it helps there are 5 fulfillment centers within 45 minutes of me.

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