Amazon launches in Poland

Amazon launches in Poland

Amazon has launched in Poland. Amazon was already active in Poland since 2014, but now it has opened a dedicated local ecommerce website. Polish shoppers can buy over 100 million products across more than 30 categories.

The launch of Amazon in Poland follows one month after the ecommerce giant let selling partners in Poland and abroad register their businesses. Now, the online marketplace of Amazon is also available to millions of users in the Eastern European country.

Free shipping on orders above 21.85 euros

Customers of Amazon Poland get free shipping on eligible orders above 100 złoty (21.85 euros) that are sold and shipped by Amazon.  “We are thrilled to launch and to be able to offer Polish customers a selection of more than 100 million products, including tens of thousands of products from local Polish businesses”, said Alex Ootes, Vice President, European Expansion for Amazon.

This is just the start of Amazon in Poland.

He adds that today is just the start of Amazon in Poland. “We will continue to work hard to earn the trust of Polish customers by growing our product range, ensuring low prices, and providing a convenient and trusted shopping experience.”

Polish customers can pay with Amex, Visa, Mastercard, Przelewy24 and BLIK.

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