The two companies have long been rivals since Amazon's swish online store replaced Argos's bulky catalogues and complicated collection service in the hearts of many customers.
Fast Track looks like a great deal. Prices at Argos are broadly similar to Amazon, especially for cheaper items. And the delivery cost is only £3.95 (compared to £6.99 for Amazon Prime - plus another £79/year in Amazon Prime fees). What's more, Argos's service is countrywide, whereas Amazon Prime Now is restricted to parts of London.
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However, with Amazon Prime, you get access to Prime Video (formerly LoveFilm) - an online video streaming service with a similar range of titles to Netflix. Like Netflix, they've even started to branch out and make their own shows.
Here's what our consultant, Artur Oganov, said: 'On paper, at least, it looks like Argos are way ahead. All that remains to be seen is if they can deliver (no pun intended) on their service in remote areas.'