Discounts at Amazon Stores
Yep, Amazon has even started opening brick-and-mortar stores! Even though it’s so comfortable to order goods in a fluffy robe and warm slippers, sometimes it’s nice to head out and buy things the old-fashioned way. Prime members get discounts when shopping at one of their 5 real-life locations.
In love with 4-star reviewed items? Check out Amazon 4-star stores! Here you’ll find top-rated items in addition to Amazon-proprietary products such as Fire TV devices, Echo devices, and Kindles.
So far there are only 31 of these in the U.S., either open or almost open, though due to the pandemic, they’re only operating in a limited capacity.
For books, head on over to Amazon Books. There are only 24 locations, though. Here, you’ll find a variety of books rated four stars and above by customers such as yourself. In terms of gadgets, you’ll only find Kindles here, so don’t get your hopes up for other goodies. For those, visit other Amazon stores.
If you live in Chicago, New York City, San Francisco, and Seattle, head on over to Amazon Go for already assembled, ready-to-eat meals and snacks. Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this is the most seamless place for you to shop.
Simply walk in by scanning your Amazon Go app at the entrance, grab whatever you feel like eating, scan the QR code and walk out. Since there are no cash registers, you’ll be charged on your Amazon account.
Want all of that and some baked goods to go with your meal? Then you should visit Amazon Go Grocery. Here, you’ll also find fresh seasonal produce. Sadly, only two of these are open, both in the Seattle area.
In Southern California, you can shop for fresh produce, meats, seafood, and prepared foods (made right there, in-store), at Amazon fresh!
Remember, anyone can shop in these places, but if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you get discounts and Prime prices, so make good use of your membership!