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Is it just me but are less places offering free delivery- the threshold to qualify seems to of shot up too. Has really put me off shopping at some places with great deals 😑

OneeyedRaven
a year ago
What do you think of this?
PhilipMarc
PhilipMarca year ago

Online retailers that sell food exclusively tend to be the ones who abuse it and charge far too much.

Let's say, you buy some sweet for 50p, but then the shipping is £4.50 or so. It's just unreasonable.

CeX who sell used games, phones and electronics are terrible with free shipping. They'll charge £1.50 for every item that's below £50 (I think) so no one buys a ton of cheap games from them online anymore.

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana11 months ago

Those are often shipped from different addresses though so they can't combine shipping for most orders.

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Faye1
Faye1a year ago

If it it free delivery the thing you are buying the delivery is often added on to it. so if you buy to products you pay delivery twice with out realising. I have a family business and we don’t offer free delivery but we price match and we are always cheaper than anywhere including delivery. so if you find something just check to make sure that even if it’s free delivery somewhere else could be selling it with delivery and it would still be cheaper.

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Johnny
Johnny11 months ago

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There's an up-to-date list (May 2020) of 50 online stores doing FREE DELIVERY, here:

https://www.latestdeals.co.uk/deals/50-websites-offer-free-uk-delivery-everything-2020-no-minimum-spend--currys-pc-world

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi11 months ago

I do not buy the thing id the delivery is not free.

And usually there are voucher codes online which makes it free.

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sabz1
sabz111 months ago

Yes I agree with you. Not many with free delivery around.

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Caz2
Caz211 months ago

Yes my son noticed that too at the CeX we buy website- and a lot of places that are charging delivery you would think would waive it now while we can't get to their shops.

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Caz2
Caz211 months ago

Sainsburys have lowered some of the food delivery charges to 50p on some dates/times though.

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