PasturesNew wrote: »
I've never shopped online. The minimum order is way too big for one person living in a bedsit (you can only stockpile so many loo rolls before you can't get around your room).
And, I like to rummage for the bargains. And see new stuff.
Lord_Lardington wrote: »
Even if I can’t get a delivery freebie I’m still happy to pay the delivery charge. Why:-
a) My impulse buying is eradicated. It can really mount up (I’m weak).
b) My supermarkets are a round trip of about ½ a gallon of fuel away anyway (About 2.20 at current prices) which is a partial offset.
c) As I’ve mentioned in other posts, it also keeps me from harming others. You know, the ones who have a conversation in the middle of the aisle with their trolleys forming a kind of road block. Grrr!!!!
£5.99 Delivery vs. £700 legal fees plus 3 months suspended … No contest.
Incl. free 0% overdrafts and railcards
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