I hope you are not one of those, yes, one of those who arrives on the 23rd and they still haven’t bought all the gifts. Afterwards, don’t complain that the stores are full and you have to do a “worth X“To save the skin and not look bad.
This year Walmart, Target and Amazon have thought of these people and started a program to last minute christmas deliveries, because they know that despite having been encouraging users to buy their gifts for Christmas since October there are many clueless.
In United States, Amazon sent an email on Wednesday 16 advising the Prime members that they were eligible for one-day delivery until today, December 23; there are in areas where it can be delivered until December 24 on orders of $ 35 or more.
Accenture study ranks Amazon as fastest and most reliable retailer for deliveries
Other companies such as: Zara, The North Face, Staples, Zappos, Patagonia, CVS, Finish Line, Ulta, Lowe’s, Office Depot, DSW, Cole Haan, Wrangler. , Best Buy and Timberland.
Walmart instead he warned through his Blog On Tuesday, December 15, orders placed before 1:00 p.m. and with a minimum of $ 35 will be shipped that same day, including December 24.
The supermarket chain Target It has also wanted to join the last minute deliveries and will allow customers to pick up orders in the store or on the sidewalk until 5:00 p.m. on December 24. In addition, he has added 150,000 Shipt workers to offer same-day delivery.
Other measures that companies have taken to attract customers are:
- Extension of store hours. Walmart and Target extended their hours, although not as much as in previous holiday seasons, to encourage consumers to shop and avoid strain on their delivery system. Another company that has joined is Best Buy, which has extended its in-store and curbside collection hours for shoppers.
- Extension of return policies. Amazon allows buyers to make returns until January 31 for orders placed between October 1 and December 31, extending it by one month compared to previous years.