Discover 9 savvy and less-known ways to save good all the time.
Curbside shopping isn’t entirely a new business model, but it has seen rage due to COVID breakdown.
1. New: Curbside Pickup
If you’re unaware, curbside shopping means when you buy from a store online and the store offers you a set location, like a warehouse, to pick your items from there anytime. It saves you delivery charges. Besides, you can save yourself and others against COVID.
Before buying, check whether the store you’re buying from offers curbside pickup. If so, avail the offer. Then, you can pick your item when on the way to work, coming back home, or when you’re simply driving by. Here are some big retailers offering ‘click and collect’ services:
● John Lewis
Visit the website of the retailer you buy frequently from, from their FAQs page, check if they offer curbside pickup. Or, speak directly to their customer support.
Popular and common, but if you’re unaware, listen to this:
You can score major discounts when you buy items at bulk. You might get offers like ‘free shipping’, ‘two items free when you buy five’, or ‘20% percent discount after spending X amount’.
That’s true for the products you use more often – like your personal care items, wearable, or even your meds.
Wait for it – even if you’re tempted to get that item delivered at your door-front right now, or you want to book that flight now for the next month.
Brands run sales and discounts every now and then. All you need to do is to keep track of them through their social pages. Whenever they announce a new sale, well, you’re already armed to hunt.
Plus, wait for seasonal or holiday sales like Christmas, Easter, Eid, or Black Friday. Every brand, whether it’s related to clothes, accessories, gadgets, or even grocery, runs hot offers during those days. Plan out your time, make a full list, and buy all those necessary items at bulk to score even more bargains. Here’s a detailed resource to help you discover when the next sale is coming, and what to buy at that time:
If there are products you frequently shop for, like your wearable or personal care products, get them from the same brand every time. Brands love loyal and repeat customers because that’s where their most business comes from.