New Amazon Cash Uses Bar Codes for Transaction

 Amazon has launched a service that allows users to pay cash at their local CVS, Speedway, etc.   If you add $50 to your Amazon account, they give you a $10 digital credit.  That sounds like a reasonable incentive to kick this off.  They're not the first service to use a bar code in this fashion, and the unbelievable staying power of bar code technology is again demonstrated. 

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