Odds are FedEx won't be stopping at your house quite as often.
That's because the delivery service has decided not to renew part of its contract with Amazon.
Soon, FedEx will stop transporting Amazon packages by air, according to CNBC. Ground service will continue.
Dropping Amazon's express delivery isn't expected to be a huge hit to the bottom line. FedEx says it only accounts for about 1% of its annual revenue.
Amazon in recent years has worked to build out its delivery network, acquiring aircraft and hiring thousands of its own delivery drivers.
In a written statement, Amazon told CNBC: "We respect FedEx’s decision and thank them for their role serving Amazon customers over the years."