22 Facts About Amazon Go

1. Amazon Go is a new kind of store with no checkout required.

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2. Amazon Go will send you an electronic receipt a few minutes after you leave.

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3. The Washington Post story said that Amazon Go has not yet signed any leases in Long Island City.

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4. Amazon Go guarantees third-party drivers for its Flex program a minimum of $18 to $25 per hour.

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5. Amazon Go determines how much it will pay each driver based on the length of the shift and any increases in customer demand, according to emails reviewed by The Times.

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6. In September 2018, Bloomberg News reported Amazon Go was considering plans to open as many as 3,000 Amazon Go locations across the United States by 2021.

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7. Amazon Go eyes up London location for cashierless store concept.

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8. Amazon Go is generally used to sell food and other things the Americans call 'groceries', which doesn't really fit with the aesthetic of the Oxford Circus area.

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9. Amazon Go is the online shopping behemoth's physical grocery store where customers open the Amazon app on their.

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10. Amazon Go stores are Amazon's cashier-less stores where Amazon users.

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11. Amazon Go finally opened its doors to the public on 22 January 2018.

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12. Amazon Go is among the boldest efforts by the online retailer to reshape brick-and-mortar shopping.

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13. Amazon Go marks a big step forward for the entire retail industry.

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14. Amazon Go might currently be in beta—but it represents Amazon's ambition to be the true alpha of retail.

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15. Amazon Go stores could be coming to an airport near you.

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16. Amazon Go already has a few locations in shopping centers around the country, including Chicago, Seattle, and San Francisco, but now the company is looking to expand to US airports too, possibly starting with Los Angeles International Airport and San Jose International Airport, according to CNBC.

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17. Amazon Go plans to add airports to its retail footprint.

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18. Amazon Go stores would certainly stand-out from other airport retailers.

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19. Amazon Go stores tend to be between 1,200 and 2,300 square feet in size.

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20. Amazon Go stores carry a 21st century echo of the automat.

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21. Amazon Go looks to set up shop in US airports, report says.

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22. In September 2018, Amazon Go opened its first location outside of Seattle at the company's offices in the Chicago Loop.

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