(CNN) -- Coffee and doughnut chain Dunkin' is next up to soon pilot a checkout-free experience for its customers.
Dunkin' plans to test the automated self-service platform called shop everywhere, in conjunction with MasterCard.
It'll happen at a store to be announced in California in October.
The customer experience features no interaction with a store employee, and no need to scan anything before leaving.
It only requires an opt-in to the automated platform via the Dunkin' app or kiosk.
Once a code displays on the customers' phone, they can choose their items at self-serve stations, then leave.
A receipts pops-up on a customers phone through the app.
A handful of other retailers will also test-run the shop anywhere platform beginning next month.