Last Minute Holiday Must-Haves from Amazon

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As the holidays near, it can be a pretty stressful time. However, if you’re looking for a more convenient way to shop for last-minute holiday must-haves – Lifestyle Expert Evette Rios teamed up with Amazon with a few tips, so there’s no reason to stress these last few weeks before the holidays!

That’s because Amazon has two easy, fast options to help you get any of those last-minute items you forgot! With delivery and pickup from Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods Market, everything you need to prep for the holidays – from seasonal ingredients to gift giving essentials – is at your fingertips.

I really love the convenience that Amazon offers with the ability to have groceries and more delivered right to my door from Amazon Fresh or Whole Foods. For those who prefer picking up goods at the store, you can now select curbside pickup at Whole Foods Market locations nationwide. Even better? One-hour pickup is free for Prime members!

Plus, it’s not just about groceries. While I can get high-quality ingredients for my family’s holiday meals and holiday favorites like eggnog, cookies, or cocoa, I can also find those last-minute must haves to make the season bright. Essentials such as holiday cards or wrapping paper, stocking stuffers like gift cards and candy canes, and Amazon devices are available! Not sure what gift to get? You can also pick up yummy treats like boxes of chocolate or even get champagne that is available in select cities. Both would please almost anyone on your list!

So, this holiday, if you’re looking for a convenient, fast and safe option, Amazon has you covered. Try grocery delivery or pickup from Amazon Fresh or Whole Foods for your holiday meal and last-minute needs! Amazon is making it really easy for you to stress less and enjoy the holidays more!

Visit to learn more. Happy Holidays!

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