Tuesday 12 November, 2019

Try on clothes at home before you buy them with Amazon Prime Wardrobe

In its most recent effort to make the shopping experience even more convenient, Amazon has just launched Prime Wardrobe, a new service that allows Prime customers to try on clothes at home before purchasing them. 


Customers can select at least three Prime Wardrobe eligible pieces and have them delivered to their door, along with a resealable return box and a pre-paid shipping label. 

Return the items you don't want by placing them in the return box. Customers can even leave the box at their front door as the service comes with free scheduled pickups with UPS.

As a bonus, customers will be given 10% off the entire purchase if they decide to keep at least three items, and 20% if they keep five or more clothing items. 

Prime Wardrobe is still in beta mode but customers can sign up and get notified when the service goes live. 

There hasn't been any confirmation if the service is available outside of the United States. 

Would you use the service if it were available in the Caribbean?

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