// Poundland to launch home delivery service to online customers of Fultons
// Fultons online service Star Bargains sent out an email to customers to inform them
Poundland has set out plans to roll out its home delivery service to online customers of Fultons nationwide.
Fultons online service Star Bargains sent out an email to customers to inform them that it has closed but they can now get “immediate access” to Poundland home delivery instead.
Poundland home delivery, which launched last summer, has so far only been available in selected postcode areas in the Midlands and north of England.
Former Fultons online customers can now have Poundland’s online range of food and drink, health and beauty, household and pets, general merchandise and clothing delivered to their door.
The range includes ‘online exclusives’ such as toys priced at £25.
Poundland uses a former store in Cannock, Staffordshire, as an online distribution centre.
Fultons – which Poundland acquired in 2020, allows it to roll out frozen and chilled food to hundreds of stores. These are also sold through starbargains.co.uk.
The website remains live but a banner has been added informing visitors: “Star Bargains is closing but we’ve got something better planned.”
Poundland’s marketing email tells customers to “please ignore the messages” on shop.poundland.co.uk “that talk about postcode restrictions – you’ll have access as long as you live in mainland UK.”