Amazon, USPS Workers Busy with Last-Minute Christmas Packages

December 22, 2016 06:48 PM

The holidays are here, and on Thursday employees were hard at work fulfilling last-minute orders at the Amazon Prime Now Hub in Minneapolis.

Customers can get all of the last-minute things they need at the Minneapolis warehouse – from food to gifts to wrapping supplies – and employees can deliver it to your doorstep in an hour or less.


They will be open until midnight Christmas Eve.

If you prefer the old-fashion delivery service, you can still ship gifts through USPS to get them to loved ones by Christmas. Friday is the final day for priority mail express services.

The postal service expects to deliver 16 billion cards, letters and packages this holiday season.


Jennie Lissarrague

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