Publicado: Mar, Noviembre 06, 2018
Financiera | Por Marilu Caballero

Amazon drops free-shipping minimum

Amazon drops free-shipping minimum

Amazon is offering free shipping for all customers for a limited time this holiday, starting November 5. There's a feature called AR View, for example - a new augmented reality feature in the Amazon app that allows customers to view products in situ before they purchase.

Amazon's latest perk will be available not just for its Prime members, but for all holiday shoppers this year.

Two-Day Shipping on 100 Million Items: Free Two-Day Shipping is available to all Prime members in the US on more than 100 million items with no minimum purchase amount all year.

Today Amazon announced that they are offering free shipping to everyone in the United States with no minimum purchase needed. Amazon spent more than $7 billion on shipping in the fourth quarter past year, before subtracting the shipping fees it collects from customers. The company expects sales for the fourth quarter to be between $66.5 billion and $72.5 billion.

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Amazon claims it will be rolling-out new offers "as often as every five minutes", meaning those who want to get their hands on the best deals will have to keep their eyes glued to the site throughout the 10-day sales extravaganza.

US online retail sales in November and December will rise 14.8 percent, to $124 billion, software maker Adobe said last week in a forecast based on data from 80 of the 100 largest online retailers. The company usually sets the final date toward the end of the season.

Amazon Prime members, including customers enjoying a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime, will have an exclusive 30-minute early access period to all Lightning Deals.

The offer will be incredibly beneficial for Amazon, and although it has more than 100 million Prime subscribers, a majority of its customers continue to be non-Prime subscribers.

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