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Get up to 40% off the Jordan Retro Collection at Nike's online store

Nike are running a Jordan Retro Promo, and are offering up to 40% off their Jordan collection. SEE ALSO: Don't miss this Virgin deal: Get 2GB of data, 1500 minutes, and unlimited texts for just £5 per month Nike's promotion ends tomorrow at
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Amazon jacks up the price of Prime from $99 to $119

Amazon Prime, the online shopping site's membership program, is going up in price. In its quarterly earnings call Thursday, Amazon announced it was increasing the annual price from $99 per year to $119 starting May 11 for new members. The renewal
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Buy a used car online and pick it up at this 8-story tall vending machine

Buying a car online is one thing. Picking it up at a gigantic vending machine is another. Carvana, the online shop for used cars, unveiled its newest car vending machine in Tampa, Florida on Thursday. The eight-story structure holds 32 cars for
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Jurassic 5's online store is the Galaxy Brain of band merch pages

Now hear this, all other band merch websites: Pack it up and go home. Jurassic 5 has you beat. In addition to being one of the greatest hip hop groups ever (fight me), Jurassic 5 also has a website filled with wonders. You can buy T-shirts and
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Proof that we're all a little weird when we shop online

Shopping online is an unfortunate necessity, but we all have our own quirky ways of making it fun. Take, for example, this clip from Twitter user chastonmiller18. By clicking through the different styles and colors on the model, he makes him do a
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Amazon has quietly turned its mobile app into a weird and wonderful ecommerce arsenal

From: Mashable By Patrick Kulp Recommended by: Mashable Amazon seems to want its smartphone app to span more than just traditional online shopping.As its customers have spilled into the mobile space, the e-commerce giant has
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Of course, Snapdeal isn’t worth $850 mn, but in e-commerce world, weird is normal

From:   By: Mobis Philipose Via: .. " .. if reports are true that
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Amazon files oh-so-ironic patent to block people from comparing prices in its stores

From: Mashable By Patrick Kulp Recommended by: Mashable Amazon has earned plenty of sales from shoppers comparing its prices to those of items on the store shelves in front of them.Now the online retail giant has locked down a
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See how the store of the future will work

From: Mashable By Liza Hearon Recommended by: Mashable Here's an idea: all the convenience of online shopping combined with the instant gratification of shopping in physical stores IRL.This is the vision of shopping in the future