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Seattle small businesses are offering unique delivery and pick up options

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So we’re sure you’ve heard but non-essential businesses are officially closed for the foreseeable future. And while we think books, music and more are essential we know what’s happening is for the greater good. That being said, there are still ways to support your favorite local retailers. And many of them are offering unique delivery services, free shipping, and curbside pickup!

So whether you need a book, a game or music, Seattle businesses still have you covered. For book delivery, you can check out Phinney Books, Madison Books, Arundel Books, and Queen Anne Book Company.

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What’s even more exciting is that the world’s largest video library, Scarecrow Video is offering mail service. And while none of the music stores are offering delivery, you can score free shipping and curbside pick up.

As for games, it’s looking like shipping and curbside pickup. But hey when you need to play Monopoly, you need to play Monopoly. And for those of you who were hoping to make a quilt during isolation, the craft stores have you covered. Presently Drygood design is offering delivery and other craft stores are offering shipping, pick up and craft kits.

At this point, we probably don’t need to harp on you to support local businesses. But we will remind you that Amazon will not be shipping any of the above items during this time as they are prioritizing food and supply shipping for the time being. So click here if you’d like to learn business details and read about more local businesses offering unique delivery and pick up options during this time.

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