Aldo’s shoes are a better value for money than the Amazon Amazon Prime membership option, but a few retailers have decided to make Aldo more useful by offering a pair of shoes as a free trial.
1 / 10 Aldo shoe’s worth more than a regular Amazon Prime subscription article In the case of Aldo, this comes as no surprise as the company has been steadily expanding its business over the past few years.
In 2016, it expanded its US distribution to include New York and Los Angeles and now has a global presence.
However, the shoes are far from Aldo staples, as the footwear brand only has a handful of original designs, and it doesn’t have a physical store.
Instead, it relies on partnerships with major retailers, and there are many retailers in the US and around the world who will gladly sell the shoes if they can be paired with Amazon Prime.
In addition, Aldo has a large following of online shoppers who can also use the service to order their own shoes.
It’s not clear exactly how many people have signed up for the service, but some analysts have speculated that it’s more than the company could possibly handle.
In its most recent earnings call, the company said it expects to ship 5 million pairs of shoes by the end of 2020.
In order to earn its way into the top 10 of the Amazon Prime list, the retailer must reach a number of sales milestones, such as reaching a minimum monthly payment of $1,500 or receiving more than $100 in new customer orders.
If Aldo can achieve those sales goals, then it will qualify for Prime membership, and those sales could be enough to make the company a member of the Prime family.
However with a new Prime partner like Amazon, the likelihood of Aldos shoes getting added to the list is less likely.