Amazon Announces Plans for More Go Stores


Seattle-based tech and ecommerce giant Amazon has announced plans to launch new Amazon Go locations in Chicago and San Francisco. Projected opening dates have not yet been revealed, but job listings have been posted in both cities, CNN reports.

Currently, the sole Amazon Go store is open within the base of one of the company’s Seattle buildings. The cashier-free store allows shoppers using the Amazon Go app to enter, stock up on products and receive an automatic charge upon exiting the location.

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