It’s been a long day of classes and you’re looking forward to a nice dinner and Netflix session, but the fridge-situation back home is dismal, at best. You know you have to run to the grocery store, but dealing with the lines and the people just might kill you.
According to the Time Use Institute, the average shopping trip takes 41 minutes. Multiplied by the 1.5-trip per week average, that’s over 53 hours per year spent in a grocery store. But what if you could cut down that time by a half, or even three-quarters?
What you need is a store with all of the goods, and none of the wait-time– somewhere where you can just grab and go with as little outside interaction as possible. Ideally, you need a store that altogether bypasses the typical lengthy checkout process.
With Amazon Go, that dream is now a reality. These “New Retail” stores offer a wide variety of food and beverage essentials, without the hassle of cashiers and cash registers. To pay, simply download their app, sync up your Amazon account, pick up everything you need, and leave!
The days of dreading a run to the grocery store are over. Now if you are short on butter, need a snack in between classes, or are in a rush for dinner, all you have to do is make a quick stop by an Amazon Go. Say goodbye to long lines and unnecessary small talk!
Without any hassle, you can now get back to your apartment and watch Netflix in peace, knowing you have a fully stocked fridge and an extra 20 minutes in your day. Who wouldn’t want that?