Get the Amazon Go app to shop at Amazon Go, a new kind of store featuring Just Walk Out Shopping. No lines, no checkout—just grab and go!
How it Works:
• Download the Amazon Go app and sign in before you visit the store. Use the app to enter, then shop and browse as you normally would.
• When you’re done shopping, you can just leave the store. A little later, we’ll send you a receipt and charge your Amazon account.
What We Sell:
• We offer delicious ready-to-eat breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack options made by our chefs and favorite local kitchens and bakeries.
• For a quick home-cooked dinner, pick up one of our chef-designed Amazon Meal Kits, with all the ingredients you need to make a meal for two in about 30 minutes.
Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Great experience so far, just have one request
Used one of the Chicago stores for the first time yesterday for lunch and found it to be a great experience, I was in and out in under 2 minutes with lunch! What’s more, the receipt matched my cart exactly, so no problems there!
I have only one request for the app: I’d like to be able to make a “mock cart” before entering a store, by selecting items from the catalog, so I can see the total projected cost before I go in. The total for my lunch ended up being more than I expected, and I’d like to avoid that type of surprise in the future without having to do all the manual work of using a calculator. Otherwise, great app and service!!
Great tech intro, but needs scaling
Went to the store in Chicago. Wanted to give it a try by buying breakfast. The app is REALLY well designed and provides a simple scan and pocket experience. The stores however are only marginal. The fresh food is poorly packaged and looks meager. It’s fairly priced for its location given that a breakfast across the street is twice as much. I also didn’t see anywhere to heat up the hot meals. People in the financial district are looking for food to eat now. I ended up getting a yogurt and a drink for $8. I’m looking forward to this experience for full sized stores like Aldi because there is just not much there. It’s currently more like a cafe without the coffee.
Great app with some room for improvement
Tried the go store in Seattle and while the experience was absolutely seamless inspite of purposeful attempts to find faults with the system, the only complain is that there’s no way for me to see what my total cost is. The store was pretty small so I bought only a few items and managed to do some mental math but that might not be an option for a lot of people and a definite blocker if this technology were to scale to a store the size of Whole Foods!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.