San Francisco Has a New Cashierless Store—and It Isn't Amazon Go

Shoppers can zip in and zip out of Zippin’s checkout-free shop


And just like that, Amazon Go isn’t the only cashierless game in town anymore.

Automated checkout startup Zippin has launched its software platform and opened a cashierless concept store in San Francisco that sells lunch items, snacks and drinks.

Store access is available by invitation only to start, but Zippin said it will open to the public for limited hours starting in mid-September.

Shoppers download the Zippin app and connect a payment method. The app has a QR code they scan to enter.

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