If Amazon wants a better way to take my money, then they would add to the filter a sort by delivery date. Two day shipping doesn’t mean something I order today gets here in two days. It means what is the date it goes out the door, it should arrive in two days.
For most of my orders, I don’t really care. But in this case, I wanted it ASAP. So first, I looked for online order pickup so I could get it tomorrow. None of the usual places had it. (Saying the store has it, but in 4-7 days is not helpful Target.)
Amazon had lots of options, so I filtered to 4 or above average reviews. (I know that system suck.) I checked the prime eligible because non-prime shipping can be a week and cost extra.
In looking through options, I noticed most said it would get here on Tuesday. Same as Target. A couple said Saturday. That is a day after tomorrow, so I went with the one I liked better.
All they need to do is add to the sort filter “Delivery Date” with one 1 to 7 days out. Then have a higher price on the closer date. Obviously the 1 day out is a closer distributor and next day shipping. Two days is a closer distributor and 2 day shipping. They could even give me a higher price for the 2 day.
I was willing to pay 25% more to get it in 2 days. Not 250% the price to get it in one. Instead, I got it for the sale price I saw somewhere in hopefully 2 days.
From Sort by delivery date published January 17, 2019 at 09:07PM.