eBay has launched a new service known as “eBay Now” that promises same-day shipping on products that are sold locally. In most cases, buyers can anticipate to view their order arrive in as little as an hour so long as the store they bought from holding open for at least half an hour after the order placing.
The latest program is recently in beta for residents of San Francisco. The auction site has been sending out ask for those in the Bay Area for inclusion in the test run although anyone is permitted to register via the signup page. If accepted, you will able to get a download link for the eBay Now iOS app.
the order can be placed by San Francisco residentsr from any store on the Milo platform between 9am to 9pm Monday through Saturday, similarly 9am to 6pm on Sunday. According to TechCrunch, this service is only availble for buy that increased $25 but early adopters will get $15 off their first purchase and free-shipping on the first three orders. After that, there will be apply $5 flat rate fee to each order.
the retailers that asure their entrances contain Best Buy, Target, Toys’R’Us and Macy’s, just to name a few. If the beta found to be successful on a small scale, we can expect to see “eBay No”w roll out to other large cities.
Rival e-retailer Amazon previously offers a similar service known Local Express Delivery in select cities. Amazon first members can get same-day delivery of eligible items for $3.99 per product or item.