UPS said Monday it's adding some Saturday services to 15 U.S. cities, including Denver.

The services include Saturday ground delivery and Saturday pickup services, the company said in a news release.

“New Saturday ground pickups allow many businesses to have packages delivered to their customers on Monday, one business day earlier than before,” UPS said.

The new services will be added in New York, Boston and Chicago later this month, with the 12 other metro areas including Denver being added later. The company plans on covering 4,700 cities and towns by November and 5,800 in 2018.

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