Yes, Amazon delivers on Sunday, but the service is not available everywhere in the United States and worldwide.
Unlike regular mail, Amazon makes deliveries every day of the week, including Sunday. However, Sunday deliveries are not available to all customers, even if they have an Amazon Prime membership.
In the US, for example, Amazon partners with UPS and USPS to deliver packages every day of the week. There are some restrictions, especially for rural areas, where Sunday deliveries aren’t an option.
Unfortunately, there is no public list of areas where Sunday delivery is not available. You can see if the services are available in your area if you see “Sunday” as an option under “Review items and shipping” when you go to checkout in your Amazon account.
Sunday deliveries are available in multiple countries where Amazon is present, but just like in the case of the United States, some remote or rural areas are not covered.
- Amazon USA: Deliveries on Sundays are available but not for all addresses
- Canada: Deliveries on Sunday are available, but many rural and remote areas are excluded.
- UK: Deliveries on Sundays are available for most of the territory except some very remote areas
- Australia: Deliveries on Sundays are available for most of the territory except some very remote areas
- Germany: Deliveries on Sundays are not available.