SUPERMARKET home delivery slots have become increasingly popular throughout the pandemic with demand for online shopping rising. Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and Aldi have shared their latest advice on booking home delivery slots.
ROYAL MAIL customers have been facing delays in receiving deliveries as more people turn to online shopping. The mailing service has shared an update on why some areas are experiencing delays.
ROYAL MAIL customers are facing major delays in deliveries of post due to the company suffering an increased demand in online shopping habits. Is your local area affected?
ALDI is known for its Specialbuys that drop into stores each week. Launching today, the discount retailer is releasing a salt lamp which fans are branding a ‘bargain’.
From panic buying and purchase limits on essential items to lockdowns, social distancing and the eCommerce boom, 2020 has been a wild ride for shoppers.
Are you hip to saving strategies? Danielle Serino has tips that you should be using while shopping online.
Because of the surge of online shopping during the COVID-19 pandemic, people are expected to return twice as many items as they did last year.
AMAZON can always be counted on to come through with an excellent sale, and this Boxing Day they’re going even bigger than usual with the prices of homewares and kitchen appliances being slashed.
CHRISTMAS may be over but the festivities continue on with Boxing Day sales seeing prices slashed at Amazon, Argos, Selfridges, and Currys.
In a rather tragic and challenging year, the story of how Tim Tiller, the museum’s director of security and operations services, broke out as a bona fide viral sensation after taking over The Cowboy’s social media feeds when the Oklahoma City institution temporarily closed during the spring COVID-19 outbreak remains one of my absolute favorites of 2020.
2020 saw the sale of sex toys boom, as the ongoing lockdowns had people who were previously uninterested in vibrators suddenly a little more open to trying them out.
Holiday shopping is at its peak, and Dr. Steve Morse, dean of the School of Business at Middle Georgia State University, says there’s a clear trend for 2020.