SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Google is expanding its Express delivery service to cities in South Dakota and North Dakota.

Consumers in Sioux Falls, Fargo, Bismarck and Grand Forks are now able to order goods online from a number of different stores and have the products delivered to their homes via Google Express. Participating stores include Costco, PetSmart and Walgreens.

Depending on the area and retailer, orders can arrive the same day, the following day or in two days.

Google Express started in select cities in 2013. Its most recent expansion, which was announced Tuesday, includes cities in a large part of the Midwest.

Consumers have two options to pay for the service, a $95 annual membership or a pay-as-you-go charge of as low as $4.99.

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