Hey just wondering if anyone shops online.
I'm not asking about grocery (that's not fun but about for clothes and homewares etc
Like Kmart, big w. just saw city beach too.
Feedback is welcome
Do any places do online layby cause I would LOVE that
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03-01-2012 19:16 #1Gday Australia
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03-01-2012 19:30 #2
I am addicted to deals direct - not so
Much for clothes but everything else and you can bpay so you don't need a credit card
03-01-2012 19:34 #3
I buy things online all the time
I would just be wary of clothes since sizes can change so much between brands - make sure they gave a good returns policy.
I know Target offered online layby at the big toy sale in August - not sure if they offer it normally though.
03-01-2012 19:34 #4
03-01-2012 19:48 #5love my kidlets
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my faves.. amazon.com (american site but i recently bought 2 leapster2 cases with delivery for $35!!) so cheap!
pumpkinpatch.com.au & charlieandmekids.com.au for kids clothes.. all year round sale sections and if you sign up to email(or like on fb) they give out free delivery codes and 20% off all purchases very regularly.
cudo, spreets etc are great and you can get some awesome bargains on brandsexclusive.com.au - just be careful as sometimes the prices aren't cheaper - mainly kids toys.
03-01-2012 19:56 #6
Yup - addicted! It's way too easy! Amazon for DVDs, book depository for books, recently discovered mod cloth for clothes from the US and I bought swimmers from swimwear galore because there is not a lot of range in the ACT. I also bought DH a telescope for Christmas online.
If you're buying clothes and are worried about whether it will fit or if you don't like it in person have a look at they company's returns policy. A lot of them are quite good.
03-01-2012 19:59 #7
I buy everything online
Asos for clothes is a good one, eBay, book depository, deals direct, ozsale.
I also buy bras online as I have big boobies and can't find stuff in the shops.
03-01-2012 20:09 #8
I love ozsales.com and brandsexclusive.com
They're great, especially for kids toys. We've bought quite a few Lamaze stuff for half price.
03-01-2012 20:09 #9
Cruelty free shop
I use a lot more but these are my favs. I usually only use sites that have PayPal. It's so much less hassle getting your money back from them.
03-01-2012 20:16 #10
I love online shopping.
If I can't buy it online, I pretty much don't buy it.
Saks (currently $32 flat rate shipping to Australia)
Eta - and ezibuy sometimes for bits and pieces (housewares)
And so many more, I'll have to come back when i'm on the pc
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