One of the reasons why people still brave a trip to the mall is that they get to try clothes before they decide to spend their money on it. Yes, there are many online retailers that offer free returns if you don’t like what you bought, but first, you have to wait for a few days for the package to arrive. Then, if you don’t like it, you have to ship it back and wait for a few more days until your return is processed and your money is returned. Amazon is aiming to simplify the process so that it takes less time and isn’t that big of a nuisance for customers.
The Amazon Prime Wardrobe program enables customers to try clothes before they buy them. They can choose at least three eligible pieces from more than one million clothing options. All selections will be shipped by Amazon to the customer in a resealable return box that has a prepaid shipping label.
Once the customer tries the clothes, they can keep the pieces they like and throw the ones they don’t in the box. They just have to keep that box outside their door as Prime Wardrobe gets free scheduled pickups from UPS.
Customers who keep at least three items from the ones that they ordered will receive a 10 percent discount on their purchase and those who keep five or more pieces will get 20 percent off their order.
Amazon Prime Wardrobe is only in beta right now. Those who are interested in signing up for it can register to get notified when the program goes live.
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