eBay’s testing Amazon Prime-like delivery service in Germany
Amazon Prime gives many advantages to its subscribers, beginning with tremendous-quick delivery on net purchases. Not surprisingly, retail competitor eBay should attempt to match this. Over in Germany, the corporate has began trialling a program barely just like Prime, reportedly referred to as eBay +, which can be launching within the second half of this yr. Consumers there are stated to should pay between €15 and €20 (roughly $17 and $22) per yr, an quantity that may be affordable contemplating the service’s principal function: free, quick delivery and different undisclosed unique advantages.
In the meantime, sellers who take part in the loyalty program can reap quite a lot of rewards, together with with the ability to have their merchandise highlighted on search outcomes — the location does plan to cost them “a small annual payment” to be part of it, nevertheless. For now, eBay’s testing it amongst prime-rated German sellers, however extra teams might be let in earlier than this system’s wider rollout. We reached out to eBay to seek out out if this could possibly be headed to the US or different elements of the world, and we’ll let you already know if and when it will get again to us.
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