Superbalist.com launches its Click and Collect service in time for peak season shopping
Issued by Atmosphere Communications - Nov 14th 2018, 16:09
Customers use the service by choosing “Collection” when they check out on the Superbalist website or app. They are provided a pin code via email and sms and take that to their chosen Takealot Pickup Point within 7 days of delivery - orders arrive within 2-4 days of purchase.
The service is FREE for orders over R350 and Pickup Points are open 7 days a week, 10am-7pm on weekdays and 11am-5pm on weekends and public holidays. Returns and exchanges can also be made at these locations.
Luke Jedeikin, Co-CEO at Superbalist.com says, “Our customers are at the centre of everything we do, and we are always seeking to streamline their shopping experience to make it as effortless and enjoyable as possible. In addition to home and business delivery, shoppers can now choose to have their order delivered to one of more than 20 Takealot Pickup Points across 6 provinces. You can now pick up orders whilst you’re on your way home from work, out and about or simply when it’s most convenient for you.”
In addition to Click and Collect, Superbalist provides a variety of convenient delivery options including free standard delivery for orders over R350 (2-4 working days), next day delivery (R70), weekend delivery (R70) and same day delivery (R80), for orders placed before 11am in Cape Town and Gauteng.
With Click and Collect, Superbalist joins leading international online retailers including Asos and Amazon in bridging online and offline shopping by providing even more convenient delivery options for time-strapped customers.
Those who order through Click and Collect before 18 December 2018 will be automatically entered into a competition to win an R10,000 shopping voucher.
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