Google is launching a new ‘cheap shoes’ section in the Amazon official website
Google is finally releasing the official ‘cheaper shoes’ feature on Amazon’s official site, and it’s bringing in all kinds of low-end footwear brands.
According to a report from Forbes, Google is expanding the list of ‘cheapest shoes’ brands, adding brands such as Saks Fifth Avenue and the Nike x Men.
In the same report, the website mentions that this feature will be available on the official Amazon site for a few weeks, but is expected to be rolled out soon.
The feature will only be available to shoppers with Amazon Prime membership, which means it will be limited to users who can afford to pay $100/month.
In addition to these new brands, Google has also added several more to the ‘cheapskates’ list, including the likes of Levi’s, Adidas, and Nike.
Google is hoping to bring the ‘cost-conscious’ to the shopping cart, but the brand also plans to introduce more brands to the list in the future.
Google has also updated its ‘cheaseless’ feature to allow users to order from an assortment of stores without the need to go into their Amazon account.
If you want to find out more about the new ‘cost saving’ features, check out Forbes.