Learn more about Amazon Prime’s Try Before You Buy Clothing program.


If you are an avid online shopper, Amazon allows you to try on new clothes without committing to an actual purchase until you are sure it’s the right garment for you. it’s called Try before you buy the program, and it allows members to test eligible women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, footwear and accessories at home for seven days. You can then return whatever you don’t want after trying it. It’s also not a program for the lower end of the fashion world: clothing from top brands like Levi’s, UGG, Calvin Klein and many more are included.

To participate in Try Before You Buy, you must be a Amazon Prime Member, which gives you access to a Prime Try Before You Buy cart that allows you to add up to six items that have the program icon. Once ordered, the clothes should arrive in four to six business days, and you will have seven days from the date of the last item to try them on. Once you have decided what to keep you will go to the “Your Orders” page and check off what has not been retained, then return those items with the prepaid return label provided. If you do not check off the products that you keep and return, you will be billed for the full amount of the order at the end of the trial period. You will then receive a return confirmation when all returns have been received.

The program also includes a Personal buyer service that costs $ 5 per style and gets you up to eight items instead of six. This feature is a great way to get expert advice and step out of your comfort zone to try new things. You can also get $ 10 off your first Personal Shopper box when you spend $ 50 or more with code PS10 through Thursday, December 30.

Make sure you get a Amazon Prime subscription and head to the Try before you buy program for details.

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