KHD Buzz – Walmart+ Launches, Amazon Drones Get FAA OK and More

KHD Buzz – Walmart+ Launches, Amazon Drones Get FAA OK and More

September 7, 2020 Off By Koehler Home Decor

Walmart+ Launches September 15th, But “Not a Competitor” For Prime Business

This month, Walmart is launching Walmart+, their subscription service that will offer free online shopping deliveries, and access to a Scan & Go app in the chain’s stores. The service will cost members $98 a year or $12.95 a month. But the company insists they are not trying to compete with Amazon Prime, but instead are creating something new. Read More

FAA Gives Amazon Drone Clearance

The FAA has formally designated Amazon Prime Air as an official “air carrier”, opening the door for the company to officially and legally begin drone deliveries in the United States. Read More

Demand Increasing for Buy Now Pay Later Options

An increasing number of financial providers – including PayPal and Apple – are launching new ‘buy now, pay later’ options as the demand for such payment alternatives increases in the run up to the holiday shopping season. Read More

Digital Coupon Use Finally Outstrips Paper

Digital coupon use in the U.S. surpassed redemptions of paper coupons for the first time during the second quarter, according to Inmar Intelligence, marking a milestone for retail tech. Read More

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