Since the launch of the store, Amazon.pl’s offering has grown from 100 to more than 250 million products in more than 30 categories, such as sports equipment, electronics, cosmetics, personal care, books, smartphones, toys and groceries. Launching in October Prime, Amazon’s flagship programIt offered customers free delivery of millions of products, with no minimum order amount, even the next day.
Amazon Super – New Program Rules
Amazon.pl is now launching the Amazon Super Discount Program in Poland. The program facilitates the purchase of necessary everyday products, such as household goods, personal care, and animal products, as well as books, toys, electronics and office supplies. All customers receive 5 percent. Discounts when choosing from 5 to 20 “Super” products, while Prime customers can take advantage of 10 percent. DISCOUNTS WHEN YOU PURCHASE 10-20 ITEMS covered by the program.
“We are delighted to be able to launch Amazon Super, allowing customers to save money when purchasing everyday products. Poland is one of the first countries in the world where Amazon introduced this new program,” said Murat Toviki, CEO of Amazon.pl. .
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Amazon Super – How to Find Discounted Products
Amazon customers have access to thousands of “premium” products, which are flagged on the search pages, product detail page, and shopping cart. The special program page on Amazon.pl helps you discover new products and facilitates return of orders. There customers will find products from well-known international brands (Bosch, Lego, Nivea, Philips, Vileda or Yankee Candle), as well as Polish entrepreneurs such as Bakalland, Bambino, Bielenda, Delecta, Dermika, Gerlach or Trefl.
Amazon has been operating in Poland since 2014. In 2020, the US Chamber of Commerce declared Amazon to be the largest US employer and the third largest US investor. Amazon has created more than 25,000 permanent jobs in ten modern logistics centers, as well as the Amazon Web Services office in Warsaw and Amazon development centers in Gdansk, Krakow and Warsaw. Since 2012, Amazon has invested more than 12 billion PLN in Poland. In 2020, 2.5 thousand. Polish SMEs were sold via Amazon, achieving an average sales revenue of over 280,000. Euro and sell more than 30 products per minute.
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