Two AmazonFresh Pickup Sites are Now Open for Business

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Last March, Amazon introduced  “AmazonFresh Pickup,” a drive-up grocery service that allows customers to pick up online orders.  Shoppers can choose from thousands of grocery items, including high-quality meats, fresh produce, bread, dairy, household essentials and more.  

At that time, the two AmazonFresh Pickup stores in SODO and Ballard were only open for Amazon employees.  But today, both pickup sites are already open to the public.

So how does AmazonFresh Pickup work?

SHOP ONLINE: Order your groceries and essentials at home or on-the-go through the Amazon mobile app or website.

RESERVE A TIME: Pick a time that is convenient to you. But you can get it in as little as 15 minutes if you pay extra for the AmazonFresh membership.

PICK UP: Go to your nearest AmazonFresh Pickup location to pick-up your orders.


  • Ballard

(15th Ave NW & NW 52nd St)

5100 15th Ave NW

Seattle, WA 98107

Open Daily: 7:00am-10:00pm

  • SODO

(Utah Ave S & S Lander St)

76 S Lander St

Seattle, WA 98134

Open Daily: 7:00am-10:00pm

For first time customers, an Amazon employee will have to take your name and license plate number and enter the details into the system. On your next pick-up, a license plate reader will automatically identify you as a customer and your groceries will be loaded to your car in minutes.

AmazonFresh Pickup is a Prime Exclusive – no service fee or minimum orders required.

If you haven’t subscribed to Prime yet, click HERE to upgrade your membership.