Amazon Prime Members Get a Brand New Perk

Prime Wardrobe now open to all Prime members
By Josh Gardner,  Newser Staff
Posted Jun 20, 2018 5:07 PM CDT
New Amazon Prime Perk: Try-Before-You-Buy Program
A Prime Wardrobe box is displayed in New York   (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

All members of Amazon Prime now have free access to Wardrobe, Amazon's fashion service that allows users to try clothes before they buy them. Until now, the service was only offered to a group of beta users. According to recode, Wardrobe-for-all comes with a downside. The site reports that Amazon has removed the discounts it previously used to incentivize people to keep the clothes they tried on. Per GMA, the online retail behemoth wants Wardrobe to mimic the in-store clothes-buying experience in much the same way as competitors such as Trunk Club or Stitch Fix. The service allows shoppers to have between three and eight items sent to their home; they are given seven days to return what they don't want, without receiving any charges until the decision to buy. (More Amazon stories.)

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