Earlier this month, we reported of Google's new experiment--called Google Shopping Express--today, the company has gone live with the Shopping Express starting with the SF Bay Area.
""Shopping Express" is a local delivery service that promises same-day delivery of the items you order online, and at a low cost."
If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area (in the city of San Francisco, and the Peninsula from San Mateo to San Jose), you can sign using the link below to test this initiative.
"As a tester, you'll be able to shop online, in a single place, from retailers such as Target, Walgreens, Staples, American Eagle and Toys"R"Us/Babies"R"Us -- along with locally distinct shops such as San Francisco's Blue Bottle Coffee, and the Bay Area's Palo Alto Toy & Sport and Raley's Nob Hill Foods, and get your items delivered that same day," informs Google.
Google says, it's working out its long-term pricing plan but "early testers will get six months of free, unlimited same-day delivery."
Sign-up for Google Shopping Express expriment here.