Amazon Australia Will Reportedly Start Selling Products Tomorrow

Testing phase to begin Thursday

Amazon Australia Will Reportedly Start Selling Products Tomorrow Getty

We've been waiting for months to find out when Amazon Australia will finally launch, but it looks like the online shopping giant will start selling products down under as early as tomorrow.

Amazon Marketplace sellers reportedly received an email, alerting them that an initial testing phase with a small number of customers would begin from 2pm AEDT Thursday, November 23, Lifehacker reports.

It's unclear how many customers would be included in the testing phase or how they'd be selected, but it's likely they're giving services a good run-through ahead of the very popular Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales.

Australians have been able to buy Amazon products for many years, but with the country's first distribution site being built in Victoria, it means we'll pay next to nothing in shipping costs.

 

 

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