Amazon has been hard at work with releasing new programs to attract customers. Previously, the company unveiled its new Prime Reload program and announced that those living on government assistance programs could get a 45% discount on its Prime service.
Now, the online retailer is offering consumers the chance to try clothes on before buying them under Prime Wardrobe. Under the new program, consumers will be able to order clothes and try them on for size at home. If they like them, then Amazon will charge them for the clothes they keep. If they don’t, then they can send the items back using a preprinted shipping label and the container that the order came in at no charge.
“Prime Wardrobe is a new service that brings the fitting room to you, so you can try the latest styles and find your perfect fit before you buy,” Amazon says on its company site.
Trying it on for size
As the name implies, Prime Wardrobe will only be offered to eligible members of Amazon Prime, a program that costs $99 per year for most consumers and comes with a host of other benefits and services.
There are no additional fees associated with Prime Wardrobe, and Amazon boasts that it has “over a million eligible items across women’s, men’s, girls’, boys’, and baby clothing, shoes, and accessories.” The company says that consumers will have seven days to try out their new outfits before they either have to return them or buy them.
To further sweeten the deal, members who decide to keep three or four items from their order will receive 10% off of their purchase. Keeping five or more items increases the discount further to 20%.
Prime Wardrobe is currently in its beta stage, but consumers can sign up to be notified when the program launches. For more information, you can watch the video below or visit Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe web page here.