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L’Occitane partners with CollectPlus to offer 5800 click and collect points


L ’Occitane has announced a partnership with CollectPlus to allow a click and collect service across more than 5800 convenience stores in the UK from today.

CollectPlus, the UK’s largest store-based delivery service, will work with convenience stores, newsagents, supermarkets, shopping centres and petrol stations allowing customers of beauty retailer to collect online bought items wherever they please.

The new partnership will offer next day delivery for free on orders over £35, but will cost £5.95 on all orders below. There is also a £3.95 option that will take three days.

Along with a collection point of their choice, customers will be given the option of free giftwrapping for all click and collect purchases, coming in either a bag or wrapping paper.

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According to CollectPlus, 90 per cent of UK citizens live within a mile of a potential collection point in urban areas and 89 per cent live within five miles in rural areas. 

Many of these points are open all week until late, although this differs depending on the location.

Customers can also collect purchases from John Lewis, ASOS and House of Fraser, along with over 300 online retailers using this service.

“Delivering an excellent shopping experience to every customer is incredibly important to us at L’Occitane and we are confident that our partnership with CollectPlus will help us continue to do this,” L’Occitane digital and CRM director Mark Dugdale said. 

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Published on Wednesday 12 October by Ben Stevens

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