AutoZone Now Offers Next-Day Home Delivery for Online Purchases

AutoZone Now Offers Next-Day Home Delivery for Online Purchases

On the heels of a successful pilot program, AutoZone said it is offering next-day home delivery.

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On the heels of a successful pilot program, AutoZone said it is offering next-day home delivery.

As many as 100,000 different parts and accessories will be available for next-day delivery. Most customers can place online orders as late as 10 p.m. and still get their parts the next day, Memphis-based AutoZone said.

AutoZone parts and accessories are available for next-day delivery in 83 markets, covering roughly 80% of the U.S. population, according to the company.

“Listening to customers and providing efficient and faster service is what we do, and we’re excited to find another way to deliver on that promise,” said Bill Rhodes, AutoZone’s chairman, president and CEO. “Our industry-leading products and customer service now come with industry-leading shipping options. This is an incredibly unique offering.”

Online purchasing is a growing segment for AutoZone, the company noted.

“Leveraging an integrated order management system, a growing store footprint and drawing orders from local inventory, AutoZone is able to deliver another customer-centric innovation: order online tonight for next-day delivery,” the company said in a news release.

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