You can now order your groceries in Colorado with easy-peasy free delivery. The only catch? The only city you it is currently available in is Denver. Dang it.

However, that's not to say that Northern Colorado won't get free grocery delivery here soon. According to CNN, the online shopping giant is attempting to compete with services that cater to those who don't like to leave the house (i.e., people like me) by eliminating their grocery service fee. While they're currently rolling it out in select cities, since the project is in its first stages, there's a chance we'll see it here soon.

Services like Instacart are currently active in Northern Colorado, allowing customers to have someone else shop for them, and get all of their groceries delivered straight to their doorstep. Amazon Prime customers in NoCo already get two-day delivery, so the company is attempting to combine all of their money-saving services together for one great grocery system.

Hopefully soon, the delivery service expands from just Denver to Fort Collins, Loveland, Windsor, and Greeley.