Have you ever experienced something in a movie or online and wished you could experience the same thing in real life? For instance, you see a store, a building, a playground and wish you could actually go there.
I’ve searched for items on Amazon and sometimes wished I could look at all these things in a real physical store. Well, guess what, now you can!
In September, Amazon opened a brick and mortar store in New York City that is just like the online experience. It looks amazing. I hope to visit the next time I get to the big apple.
Bringing Amazon’s website to life, the store has digital price tags next to items that show how much Prime members would save on a purchase.
Shoppers will also be able to see how many ratings an item has received, what the average rating is, along with certain reviews on display throughout the store.
Amazon even has a table in the store that shows items “frequently bought together.” There is also a screen highlighting “daily deals.”
So basically everything you see online, you can see in the store.
Check out this video about the new store!
You can learn more about Amazon’s New “Brick and Mortar” store.
Amazon also has a “brick and mortar” store in Seattle, Washington. Although it is a bit different and is totally self-service.
With these stores being successful, who knows, we may see a similar store popping up in a town near you.
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