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An Amazon Prime Air drone carries a package in an image taken of a test flight. The online retailer could begin 30-minute deliveries within four to five years, CEO Jeff Bezos told 60 Minutes Sunday.

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An Amazon Prime Air drone carries a package in an image taken of a test flight. The online retailer could begin 30-minute deliveries within four to five years, CEO Jeff Bezos told <em>60 Minutes</em> Sunday.

If you end up ordering something on Cyber Monday, you'll probably have to go through one of the major bummers of ordering something online -- the wait.

Two day and overnight delivery have become pretty standard, and recently Amazon started offering same day delivery not to long ago.

Even then you'll find yourself waiting hours for your order, but Amazon is hoping to fix that. They revealed last night on CBS' "60 Minutes" that they want to deliver packages to people in 30 minutes using drones. 

Enter Amazon Prime Air: 

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