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Jet.com News

Jet.com is a US based marketplace offering consumers everyday low prices which drop even lower as you shop.
By Chris Dawson August 9, 2016 - 1:19 pm

Walmart to buy Jet.com marketplace for $3.3bn

Walmart has agreed to buy Jet.com for around $3.3bn. It's an interesting purchase, Jet's proposition is to sell stuff cheaper than Amazon and they've yet to make a profit. That's not altogether surprising when they're trying to be cheaper than Amazon, a company who have never

Walmart wants to acquire Jet.com

Walmart, the biggest bricks and mortar retailer in the world, is in talks to buy Jet.com according to the Wall Street Journal. Acquiring Jet would extend Walmart's capabilities and give them a much easier run at cutting a chunk out of Amazon's business. Jet was set

How’s Jet.com doing after first year?

It's been one year since US-only marketplace Jet.com arrived on the scene. It was based on a different premise: to start with it included a $49 annual subscription and the prices would be at their most competitive when a shopper bought in bulk, bundled up

Jet.com launches new Partner Insights Program

Jet.com is big news over the pond in the USA, as we've written about before. We're really interested as to whether and when they will be launching in the UK and Europe. And in the US they've launched Jet Partner Insights which is all about helping

Jet.com has 3.6 million customers

XSellco Price Manager has highlighted the dramatic growth that they're seeing from Jet.com, the new ecommerce kid on the block with a recent blog post. As we reported last week, Jet.com is expected to exceed $1bn in sales in May. This is in no small part

Jet.com expects $1bn of sales by May

Jet.com, a US ecommerce marketplace that offers deep discounts but not speedy delivery and encourages bundling of orders, is on course for a $1.bn milestone. They only launched last July and, at ChannelAdvisor Catalyst in Las Vegas last week, Scott Hilton of Jet revealed they already

Jet.com drops membership fee

In the weeks since Jet.com launched in the States, it's caused a lot of buzz and it's also proved to be rather successful. And one of the most interesting aspects was that they charged a membership fee to keep other costs down, talking of themselves as

Could Jet.com be the new ecommerce sensation?

Jet.com has been the source of much discussion in the industry of late. It's an innovative and different idea. But can it really be an Amazon challenger? It's an interesting proposition. Jet will make its money from subscriptions and will price low and cut postage costs

Jet.com takes off for ChannelAdvisor sellers

ChannelAdvisor has reported that jet.com is already the number 4 marketplace for its merchants in terms of GMV in only 4 weeks of trading. David Spitz, ChanneleAdvisor CEO said in a blog post: “Jet has gained altitude so rapidly that it’s currently our number 4 marketplace