Sandbox is an online marketplace for the Amazon Prime shopping experience.
It’s the company’s first major foray into the consumer retail market, and it’s launching today.
It launched on Tuesday with 10,000 orders.
Sandbox was built by Amazon for Prime members.
SandBox will be available for a limited time starting today, with limited pricing.
It includes Prime memberships, free shipping and a few other perks.
The company is also introducing a free trial membership program that offers members a chance to try Sandbox before signing up.
The first 100 orders get a free shipping voucher.
Sandbox was founded by CEO Daniel Lopatin, who had previously worked for Amazon and eBay before joining New York Times and CNBC as a columnist.
In January, he left New York to work at Amazon.
He left to join Sandbox.
“It’s about building a platform that people can use and that gives them the opportunity to shop with a level of convenience and transparency that they’ve been missing in the past,” Lopalin said in a press release.
The company is based in San Francisco, and is the latest Amazon-owned venture to take a stab at a new marketplace.
Amazon announced in August that it was launching its own online marketplace, called AmazonFresh, that will allow consumers to buy, sell and even swap products with other Amazon customers.
It also announced a partnership with Walmart in April.
Amazon is expanding its AmazonFresh service to include other retailers, and has promised to add more to the mix in the future.
It has also expanded its Prime program, offering more discounts and promotions.
SandBox offers a shopping experience that’s reminiscent of Amazon’s Prime program.
Customers can browse a large selection of Amazon products, check out and order products directly from Amazon, or shop from an Amazon store.
Customers also have the option to place orders on Amazon’s platform.
The AmazonFresh experience differs from other Amazon shopping experiences in two key ways: Amazon is offering Prime members free shipping on orders made within the first two weeks of their orders.
It is also offering Prime customers access to the entire Prime catalog, including books, electronics and more.
It will also offer a new service called Prime Backers, which will allow Prime members to shop for products they have pledged to buy.