Amazon try-before-you-buy Prime Wardrobe opens for all Prime members

North Texas, beer and wine delivery is now a thing on Amazon Prime

North Texas, beer and wine delivery is now a thing on Amazon Prime

The launch of Prime "puts Australia on par with other Amazon marketplaces" and hides the difference of buying directly from Amazon versus from a marketplace seller, Kaziukėnas says, ultimately creating a more consistent shopping experience for customers.

Amazon announced Wednesday that it will offer deliveries of the adult beverages through its Prime Now service.

The idea of Prime Wardrobe is to let shoppers order items online, try them on at home, keep what they want and return the rest to the company, only getting charged for what they keep. Once you place the order, it may take a few days to ship - but once it's shipped, you have a total of 7 days to try out the items and return the ones that don't fit, or the ones you simply don't like with the resealable box and prepaid label.

Amazon's service allows Prime members to fill a box with at least three and up to eight items at any time. From there, customers have seven days to decide what they want to keep.

Amazon Prime Wardrobe was announced a year ago and is finally coming out of its beta testing phase.

Prime members will also gain access to Amazon's media streaming service, Prime video, and ebook service, Prime reading. Customers must make their selections via the Prime Wardrobe portal which features brands such as Lilly Pulitzer, Tommy Hilfiger, Adidas, Guess, Levi's, Calvin Klein, Nine West, Fossil, Lacoste, Hugo Boss, Disney, Puma, New Balance, Stuart Weitzman, Rebecca Taylor, J Brand, and A|X Armani Exchange. The service also comes at no additional cost to U.S. Prime members, including shipping and returns. "Thus when Amazon enabled Prime, it on day one was available for a large catalog of items, both from Amazon and from sellers, instead of launching with a limited catalog". For men, it was tops, jeans and slacks and for kids, shoes proved most popular.

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