Transcript for Amazon Makes Surprise Deal With U.S. Postal Service
It crashed into the atlantic ocean a few files from argentina. The world's largest international retailer stroke a deal with the postal service. For the first time your packages will be delivered on sundays. Reporter: Say good-bye to the door buster, the pushing, the shoving, the crowds. That's the message from amazon today, striking a deal with the u.S. Postal service to offer sunday delivery for the first time. It starts this week in new york and los angeles and will expand next year. It's all about convincing shoppers that buying online can be just as speedy as going to the store. I think it's really simple. When you see amazon delivering a package on a sunday it shows that it's sweating. It's feeling the pressure from the brick and mortar retailers and slicing back somehow. Reporter: And the big chains are starting earlier than ever this year. Don't let the holidays sneak up on you. Reporter: Toys r us opening on thank giving day. Almost 80 percent of us buy our presence in stores. Online is expected to grow by 13 percent this year. I'm going to be doing holiday shopping online. It's going to be so much easier online with the free shipping. Working full time it gets difficult to get to the store. If I can find what I want online and free shipping it's a win win. Reporter: Experts say all the competition means one thing. You should never pay full price for anything ever again. Reporter: Linzie janis, abc news, new york.
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