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- Uber has announced a new partnership with Cargo for an in-car shopping experience.Â
- By downloading the app and scanning a QR code during your ride, you’ll unlock deals on everything from AirPods to luxury suitcases and more.Â
- It could help Uber latch on to millennials’ deep love for online shopping, and keep people choosing Uber over competitors.Â
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Uber on Wednesday announced a new feature that will let you buy anything from Apple AirPods to luxury suitcases all from the back seat of your ride.
The partnership with new options for spending money â€” while already spending money on a ride â€”Â is made possible through a new partnership with Cargo, a startup that’sÂ quietly raised about $35 million for backseat commerce.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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