The e-commerce giant is not always the best place to go for these items.
Both major retailers and Internet startups offer scheduled deliveries of everyday essentials or nice-to-have treats. But will you save any money this way?
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The expanded offerings help make the service attractive, even after a $20 price hike earlier this year.
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Shipping fees for online orders are high but free shipping usually is offered for certain order sizes and through membership programs.
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