30 UK Online Stores Offering Free Home Delivery With No Minimum Spend

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30 UK ONLINE STORES OFFERING FREE HOME DELIVERY WITH NO MINIMUM SPEND.

Thanks everyone for helping to build up this list. Super!

If you know of any more to add to this list, please comment below and:

a) state the store URL, and

b) say what the store sells

c) note that to qualify for this list the Online Store must offer FREE DELIVERY ON EVERYTHING TO THE HOME with no minimum spend required (i.e. free click and collect from the store, or free delivery to a local convenience store does NOT qualify).

Thanks! Sarah

ONLINE STORES OFFERING FREE UK HOME DELIVERY WITH NO MINIMUM SPEND.

If you are looking for more eBay Outlet Stores - see the Latest Deals’ eBay Outlet Stores A-Z there's about 45 good ones listed!

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Which online shopping stores offer free delivery / shipping on ALL orders, with no minimum?

9 out of 10 consumers say free shipping is the No. 1 incentive to shop online more.

(According to the Walker Sands Future of Retail 2016 study, surveying 1,400+ US consumers on their shopping habits).

I think UK consumers would also prefer free delivery as standard, and with that in mind, please can everyone help me create a list on LatestDeals.co.uk of:

UK ONLINE RETAILERS OFFERING FREE DELIVERY ON EVERYTHING WITH NO MINIMUM ORDER VALUE.

25 Comments
nemosays
nemosays2 months ago

www.superdrug.Co.uk (health and beauty products) offers free delivery to card holders.

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Rockman
Rockman2 months ago

Asda/George with C&C

Amazon if you apply for the free Prime trial of one month

Argos C&C

Tesco Direct

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Sarah
Sarah2 months ago

Hi

Thanks for these nemosays and Rockman

Sorry but I need to change the criteria a little.

I only want to create a list of Online Stores with FREE DELIVERY ON EVERYTHING TO THE HOME (i.e. not click and collect from the store).

That knocks out Very (£3.99), Asda George(£2.95), Argos (£3.95), and Tesco Direct (£3).

Superdrug is a very good one, especially as the Superdrug Health & Beauty Card (needed for free delivery) is also FREE.

I think Amazon Prime should qualify too, even though there's a monthly subscription - it's great value if you use Amazon a lot.

Here's another two:

http://www.theperfumeshop.com (perfume and makeup)

http://www.tedbaker.com/uk (womens and mens fashion)

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Tom
Tom2 months ago

LookFantastic.com - standard delivery is free on any items. You only pay for next working day delivery.

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Sarah
Sarah2 months ago

Nice one Tom! Lookfantastic.com is an online beauty boutique for hair, make up, skin care, nails, electrical, fragrance, health , home fragrance and organic.

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SteveMate
SteveMate2 months ago

http://www.brandattic.com/ offer free standard delivery.

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Sarah
Sarah2 months ago

Thanks Bash www.brandattic.com (Womens and mens fashion, including swimwear and sportswear)

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Sarah
Sarah2 months ago

Reminder. When you contribute to this list of stores offering free delivery on everything to the home, please also state what products the store sells. Not everyone will know! Thanks

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Sarah
Sarah2 months ago

www.gardeningdirect.co.uk (Garden plants) offers FREE Delivery across the UK including Northern Ireland ALL THE TIME

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Tom
Tom2 months ago

Timberland.co.uk offers free delivery on all orders, as well as free click and collect. Timberland sells boots and shoes.

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Johnny
Johnny2 months ago

The Latest Deals’ eBay Outlet Stores A-Z includes several outlet stores that offer FREE DELIVERY ON EVERYTHING, such as:

• AO (new electricals)

• Boden (fashion)

• DC Shoes (mens womens kids shoes)

• Joules (fashion)

• Pepe Jeans (jeans!)

• Wordery (books)

• Richer Sounds (refurbished / customer returns – TV, Home Cinema, Hi Fi)

• Quiksilver (sportswear, accessories and boardsports gear)

• Vodafone (mobile phones etc.)

• Zavvi outlet (Video games, DVDs, Blu-ray)

The Latest Deals’ eBay Outlet Stores A-Z (listing 45+ outlet stores, with descriptions and links), is here:

www.latestdeals.co.uk/ebay-outlet-store-uk-list-official-brands-on-ebay

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Tom
Tom2 months ago

Good thinking :thumbsup:

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Dread
Dread2 months ago

What if somewhere charges for delivery but is cheaper than the place with free delivery ? I think price is the most important factor. List might come in handy for some though.

> I think Amazon Prime should qualify too, even though there's a monthly subscription - it's great value if you use Amazon a lot.

Is it a free delivery list or good value list though ? £80 a year is a big cost. To be fair Amazon Prime you can have free all year. Different email address each month.

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Sarah
Sarah2 months ago

I agree the £80 a year for Amazon Prime sounds a lot, but if you use Amazon for regular purchases, "free delivery" is great. Just for example you're looking at about 4,500 nappy changes before your toddler is potty trained. Get a few quid off nappies every time at Amazon and you'll save a lot more than £80 a year. Then there's loo paper, dog food, cat food, washing powder and other stuff that's awkward or heavy to carry, where home delivery often makes more sense, even before considering the lower prices.

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Dread
Dread2 months ago

Sarah It makes sense but so would paying £3 delivery for an item too large from a shop too far away to get to.

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Tom
Tom2 months ago

Johnny has already mentioned it above, but obviously many eBay.co.uk sellers give free delivery. For example, I just posted some Christmas card pegs where the seller is giving free delivery.

As Dread points out, Amazon Prime is a quasi free delivery service (you can get a free 6 month trial here - ldeals.uk/free-prime-trial).

In the same regard, ASOS.com clothing has a Premier Delivery service where you pay £9.95 and get unlimited next-day delivery. So I guess for people who shop there constantly they'd think this is 'free'.

Boohoo.com (clothing) has done the same thing. So it's £9.99 for a year's worth of unlimited next-day delivery. I know some people buy something from here every week so it's a big saving.

What's very interesting about this post though is that knowing which shops offer free delivery could help us find price glitches and good freebies. For example, MACCosmetics.co.uk yesterday were giving 5 free samples with a code, and free delivery with another code. The cheapest product was just £2, so you could get 6 products for £2 and free delivery.

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Tom
Tom2 months ago

Carphonewarehouse.com offers free delivery on all orders via Royal Mail 1st class. It sells phones, some tablets, SIM cards and monthly plans.

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Tom
Tom2 months ago

Currys.co.uk has now updated their delivery options, and now offer free next day delivery on all small items including TVs under 39", desktop computers and small kitchen appliances :thumbsup:

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Sarah
Saraha month ago

Here's a few more online stores I found that offer free UK delivery on all orders:

www.something-for-me.co.uk (womenswear, handbags, jewellery and accessories)

www.vans.co.uk (Vans brand footwear, clothing and accessories)

www.illamasqua.com (cosmetics)

www.toms.co.uk (shoes and bags – womens, mens, and kids)

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Tom
Toma month ago

game.co.uk (video games) offers free delivery on all orders.

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Johnny
Johnnya month ago

365games.co.uk (video games) free delivery on all its products

gameseek.co.uk (video games) free delivery on absolutely everything

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Rockman
Rockmana month ago

Tesco Direct offers free delivery, that is, if you sign up for their free delivery trial which is somewhat hidden so a lot of people fall into paying that absurd £7.95 charge.

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Johnny
Johnnya month ago

www.ao.com (electricals) offers free delivery on all products, both on its website and eBay Store

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Sarah
Sarah16 days ago

I've just created a new A-Z list. See top of the page.

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Rockman
Rockman16 days ago

The Gamery

This retailer offers free delivery on all products although I usually use them (by luck) on Flubit and I have to say they are perfect! The Gamery is more or less a small video game online retailer that not many know but hope that changes because they're better than, let's say, GameSeek, CeX, Grainger Games and 365 Games.

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