- Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe service launched in beta in June 2017.
- The service has matured, and the rules for it have changed a bit.
- It now limits each box to 10 items, and the discounts are now flat instead of a percentage.
Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe service is growing up, and with that come some changes.
The service — which allows customers to try on clothing for seven days before purchasing it — is free for Prime members. Customers must be Prime members to use it.
Prime Wardrobe still allows customers to choose the items they want to put in their box, but the limit now stands at 10 items — down from the original limit of 15, according to Recode.
Amazon previously offered discounts as an incentive for customers to purchase more of the items in their box. The discount was 10% to 20%, depending on how many items were kept.
Now, the discount stands at $US20 off if you keep at least $US200 worth of merchandise, and $US50 off if you keep $US400 worth of merchandise.
You can still order a box as often as you wish, and there are still no additional fees to use it.
Not all clothing sold on Amazon will be eligible for Prime Wardrobe, but items that do apply are marked with a logo for the service. There are more than one million available items, according to the promo video.
It’s worth noting that the service was in beta at the time it was announced, and it still hasn’t officially launched, according to its page on Amazon.com. This is likely not the last change to be made before it exits its beta-testing phase.
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