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Wayfair the new online bulk store

In a faltering retail world, Wayfair is the online home furnishings company that continues to go strong and fend off Amazon’s advances. The largest online-only furniture retailer in the US boasted $3.4 billion in revenue in 2016 thanks to its competitive prices, bottomless product selection of “A Zillion Things Home,” and rabbit hole of an inspiration section. Continue to full article…

Save With Boxed: Tiny Prices On Your Favorite Everyday Products

Routine grocery shopping is on my all-time top five least favorite things to do.
So I was thrilled to hear about Boxed—a company that delivers groceries and household essentials, in wholesale club sizes, to your door at tiny prices … without a membership fee.
It’s not that I hate the grocery store. I enjoy planning a meal and picking up fresh meat, produce, and a bottle of wine. Continue to article…

What Is and How Does It Work?

In August 2016, Walmart announced it was paying about $3 billion for e-commerce startup, leaving a lot of people scratching their heads. The company launched in summer 2015, positioning itself as a direct competitor to Amazon and warehouse stores like Costco. Though it has struggled to become a household name, Jet has seen steady revenue growth since its splashy debut — and with Walmart’s resources behind it, the site may be poised to become a retail giant after all. Continue to full article…

The Top 8 Sites for Online Grocery Shopping

Did you know that many stores offer consumers the ability to shop for their weekly groceries online? Shopping from home for your grocery store items is a great way to deal with this necessary chore: It’s convenient, it’s a time saver, and many times it’s possible to take advantage of sales online that shoppers would not be able to otherwise.

This isn’t just for packaged goods, either. Many stores offer shoppers the opportunity to order fresh produce, meats, dairy, and other products online and get these items delivered directly to their homes. In addition, many products that aren’t necessarily found easily in stores can be found online; sometimes for a much cheaper price. You might even be able to take advantage of online rewards or cash-back offers, too. Continue to full article…