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By Realsimple.com/Sarah Yang
Updated May 12, 2017 @ 4:30 pm
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Amazon is giving procrastinators everywhere a chance to hide their late tendencies this Mother’s Day. The online retailer is offering free two-hour delivery of flowers through Prime Now on May 13th and May 14th (actual Mother’s Day). So you can wait right up until the very last minute (or at least two hours before) and still show mom you care by sending her a beautiful bouquet.

Depending on your location, you can send mom flowers from Eataly, Bristol Farms, Plum Market, and other local vendors. There are plenty of varieties to suit every taste, from a bouquet of classic red roses to a cheerful arrangement of sunflowers.

If you want to give mom something more than a pretty arrangement, you can also add a card, bottle of wine, jewelry, or even some beauty products to your order and she’ll get it within two hours. Plus, whether you’re hosting her for lunch or dinner, or live too far away for a visit, you can even order her favorite meal to be sent to her from participating restaurants.

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To take advantage of the Prime Now service, you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member. Since it’s only available in certain cities across the U.S.—like Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle—you’ll need to plug in your zip code first to see what’s available to you. Deliveries occur from early morning to late evening, seven days a week. Customers will get free two-hour (and sometimes even one-hour!) delivery in select cities for $7.99.

Take a look at all of the options at Amazon.com.

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