Starbucks will soon offer free shipping to all of its stores and online shopping sites.
The move is aimed at encouraging customers to shop more often and save on their shopping bills, which can be costly in the retail industry.
Starbucks is already making it easier for customers to buy their groceries online.
It will offer free delivery on orders of $30 or more.
Amazon announced a partnership last week with Costco, the second-largest retailer in the United States, to offer free 2-day shipping on items over $100.
Last month, Amazon began offering free delivery to orders over $10 on items of all sizes.
“Our goal with this partnership is to create a faster and easier shopping experience for customers who are seeking a cheaper option to shop, and to continue to offer our customers a seamless shopping experience,” Amazon spokesperson Jennifer Stelzer said in a statement.
“This partnership will help us offer customers the ability to buy online and pick up at the closest Starbucks store or Amazon Prime store.”
The announcement comes after Starbucks said it will open up a new branch in the Los Angeles area.
Other retail players are also getting in on the action, including Walmart, which announced plans to expand its online grocery business.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Walmart will open a new store in New York City in 2018 and a second store in Philadelphia in 2019.
In January, Amazon also launched a new “Starbucks Express” delivery service.
This service will allow customers to pay a minimum of $10 for a $10 bag of groceries.
There is also a new online shopping option that will allow Amazon customers to choose from hundreds of thousands of products and products at Walmart’s AmazonFresh stores.