Poundland has launched an online shop providing home delivery for some of the most popular items it its stores.
Now you may know about my Poundland fixation. We have two in our town and I wonder if that’s enough. Starting bak in 1990, Poundland now has over 800 stores, selling around 3,000 items from £1 and up.
Poundland is now offering an online store across some of its most popular items to selected postcodes as part of a pilot.
This includes items from just £1, plus other more expensive products, from food and drink, health and beauty, entertainment and DIY, home accessories from their PEP&CO Home (not clothes) range, household and pet supplies, stationery and crafts and things for the garden.. It’s the same price as in store.
The online shopping is currently a trial …
As a diehard pound and discount store fan, I was excited to make my first ever visit to Poundstretcher.
Like my visits to Aldi, I had to get in the car for this one as the nearest store is just under four miles away, but as it’s on the same bit of town as another Aldi and a lot of other fab discount stores like Wilkinsons. I am getting the feeling that you’ll only find Poundstretcher in “discount” locations or parts of town, and I hadn’t visited before as I usually didn’t get down that far this strip of shops.
Anyway, first impressions were mixed. I could see some great enticements outside, but when I got in the store, I was hit immediately with the dried food and tins aisle….let’s just say, I was a …
Got a mail from www.poundshop.com today with new offers and there were some products that caught my eye.
Remember that if you sign up for their newsletter, they are likely to send you a free delivery code, but otherwise, you should weigh up their delivery costs vs nipping down to your local pound shop.
There are the bargain items that interested me the most: