Gamblers on lucky streaks do not like to take too much time away from the tables. Now the autonomous checkout system used in Amazon Go stores is available at the Fred Segal Market in Resorts World, the newly opened mega-complex on the Las Vegas Strip. Amazon has been licensing its Just Walk Out technology to other retailers for use in unattended retail venues.
Payment takes place seamlessly via credit/debit card or digital wallet as customers pick up items throughout the store. Speed and convenience of autonomous checkout are key to shoppers looking for a fast grab-and-go experience—and especially now for gamblers looking to quickly get back into the action.
The following excerpt from a KTNV article reports more on the topic:
Resorts World Las Vegas will debut the first-ever store in a Las Vegas resort to utilize Amazon’s Just Walk Out technology, according to their press release.
On July 26, the Resorts World Las Vegas will welcome guests to experience the Fred Segal Market powered by Just Walk Out technology. The Fred Segal Market will offer a special assortment of drinks, candy, snacks, souvenirs, and Grab & Go food items in a location adjacent to and connected with the Fred Segal Men’s shop.
“We are excited to work with Resorts World Las Vegas as they offer their customers a fast, convenient way for their guests to shop for the items they might need quickly during their resort stay,” said Cameron Janes, Vice President of Physical Retail at Amazon. “We’re thrilled that Resorts World Las Vegas’s selection of Amazon’s Just Walk Out technology brings the effortless experience of a checkout-free store to a new city and a new industry for the first time through the Fred Segal Market.”
Overview by Raymond Pucci, Director, Merchant Services at Mercator Advisory Group