Amazon to launch Prime Wardrobe offering savings when shoppers buy multiple fashion items – MarketWatch
Amazon.com Inc. AMZN, +0.62% is launching Prime Wardrobe, a brand new free service for Prime members that can provide prospects reductions when they order - and maintain - multiple items of clothes, footwear or equipment. To take benefit, Prime prospects should order three or extra items with no upfront cost. Shoppers have seven days to attempt the items earlier than returning undesirable merchandise. Prospects who maintain three or 4 items save 10%, and if Prime shoppers maintain 5 or extra items, the savings is 20%. Transport and returns are free. The service is at the moment in beta, however Prime members can ask Amazon to electronic mail them when it launches. For fashion shoppers, Amazon has launched the Echo Look in April that includes a arms-free, voice-activated digital camera to assist customers assess their outfit. Amazon shares are up almost % on Tuesday, and up 34% for the 12 months thus far. The S&P 500 index SPX, -0.31% is up 9.three% for 2017 to date.