The First Amazon Fresh Store Opens in New Jersey
Life is hectic.
There’s no doubt about that. The last thing you ever want to do after a long day of work is run to the grocery store and have to wait in line.
Many people like to go to the grocery store on the weekends. Honestly, who has time for that in the summer?
What if I said, you still have to go to the grocery store, but you wouldn't have to wait. You could just leave. Yup, that's right, leave with your groceries in hand and not look back.
You may be thinking, "well, I'm going to be looking for the cops behind my shoulder if I just walk out."
Nope, everything is paid for. Yes, this is something amazing that is now offered at a store right here in New Jersey.
That is a thing. You may have heard about Amazon Fresh Groceries.
You may have used Amazon Fresh through your app.
This is extremely exciting news.
The first-ever brick-and-mortar Amazon Fresh store in New Jersey.
The first location is in Paramus, New Jersey, Amazon Fresh opened stores early this morning.
Their physical address is - 30 E Ridgewood Ave, Paramus, NJ 07652
How does this all work? If you have an Amazon account, you can use the "skip the line feature." No worries if you don't have an Amazon account. You can use a traditional line to pay for your groceries.
According to Amazon, here's what you can expect while shopping at their physical Grocery Store and checking out.
Skip the Check Out Line
Amazon Dash Cart makes a quick trip even quicker. Scan the QR code in your Amazon app to sign in and begin shopping. The cart identifies items you put in (and take out). Payment is processed when you exit through the Amazon Dash Cart lane.
You could also use their Just Walk Out method.
No more standing in line and scanning items with Just Walk Out. Scan the QR code in your Amazon app, use Amazon One, or connect your Amazon account or credit card to bypass the checkout line at the start of your shopping journey.
Very simple and convenient ways to shop.
If that’s not exciting enough, you won’t have to wait that much longer until an Amazon Fresh comes to the Jersey Shore