Poundland now letting you shop online

1 September 2015

poundland Poundland has launched online, meaning you can buy their wares on the internet. There'll be the usual items available, like shampoo and packs of biros, but there'll also be Poundland's own brands like the Jane Asher kitchen range and Tommy Walsh's DIY stuff.

There's no minimum order value, but it will charge you £4 for delivery. You can buy in bulk, and if you spend over £50, delivery will be free.

Jim McCarthy, Poundland's chief executive, said: "The online shopping market is a rapidly growing channel and one which could provide a significant potential opportunity for us. This trial is an important first step towards giving more customers access to our amazing value."

This follows Poundland's £55m takeover of the 99p Stores, as the company expand in the UK. They've got nearly 600 shops now throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland. Sales have been up too, rising by 11.4% and of course, profits are up as well.

Visit the Poundland website here

TOPICS:   High Street News

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