Free delivery on everything at Not on the High Street
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Free delivery on everything at Not on the High Street

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Found 25th Aug 2015
Free delivery on all orders at Not on the High Street until 31st August

Lovely website, perfect for gift buying. Great time to stock up on things like greetings cards etc that you normally have to pay postage on.

*Notonthehighstreet.com Free Standard Delivery Promotion Terms and Conditions*:

By taking advantage of the Free Standard Delivery Promotion (Promotion) you agree to these terms and conditions.

The Promotion entitles all notonthehighstreet.com customers to recieve free UK Standard Item and UK Non Standard Item delivery (as it is set out here: http://www.notonthehighstreet.com/about/delivery) on their purchase of goods for delivery within the UK.

The Promotion is valid on orders placed from 00:01 GMT on 17 August 2015 until 24:00 GMT 31 August 2015. The Promotion will not apply to checkouts commenced after the Promotion has ended, even if that checkout includes items that were placed in the basket during the Promotion.

The Promotion applies to UK Standard Item and UK Non Standard Item delivery within the UK only. Express and International delivery is excluded from the Free Standard Delivery Promotion.

This offer and your order remains subject to our standard Customer Terms and Conditions available HERE and our standard refund policy. This Promotion cannot be exchanged for cash.

Notonthehighstreet.com reserves the right to: cancel the Promotion, and/or amend these Terms and Conditions at any time.

Any dispute arising from, or related to, these Terms and Conditions shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.

Promoter: Notonthehighstreet Enterprises Limited (a company incorporated and registered in England and Wales with company number 5591382) whose registered office is at: ​NOTHS House, 63 Kew Road , Richmond, Surrey, TW9 2NQ

14 Comments

Good find

anyone looking for stuff on NOTHS should check out the UK shops on Etsy. They dont charge anywhere near the amounts that NOTHS do for having a shop and they dont cream 20% off final sale price, so you can get usually get equivalent products on etsy for a lot less

Original Poster

Remember Quidco as well. 10% for new customers, 5% if you are already registered with Not on the High Street. It is also one of the retailers that you get a Quidco Reward coin for:
quidco.com/not…ple

I agree with ratsdomino - due to high fees to sell with them they have to put them on at a higher price. Try Etsy first.

I looked at the seller joining costs and selling fees the other day. It costs £199 plus VAT to join and then they take 25% of the sale price as a selling fee.
Obviously it's a professional looking site but I wonder if that really enhances sales?

ratsdomino

anyone looking for stuff on NOTHS should check out the UK shops on Etsy. … anyone looking for stuff on NOTHS should check out the UK shops on Etsy. They dont charge anywhere near the amounts that NOTHS do for having a shop and they dont cream 20% off final sale price, so you can get usually get equivalent products on etsy for a lot less



ah, thanks for the heads up. im a regular on NOTHS.. never tried Etsy

ratsdomino

anyone looking for stuff on NOTHS should check out the UK shops on Etsy. … anyone looking for stuff on NOTHS should check out the UK shops on Etsy. They dont charge anywhere near the amounts that NOTHS do for having a shop and they dont cream 20% off final sale price, so you can get usually get equivalent products on etsy for a lot less



wot this guy said^^^

Not on the high street is really expensive imo.

Banned

Thanks

Original Poster

I completely understand from a seller's point of view that Esty is better. However, as a buyer I find it a lot easier to search for what I want on NOTHS and everything I have ordered I have been very happy with the quality of. This has not always been the case with Esty. However, the vast majority of things from Esty has been excellent and the variety of products is great

To add to Ratsdomino advice I would suggest doing a google search on the sellers name/company. In a lot of cases they have their own site selling the same items at a lower price.

I sell on there and agree with what has been said. A quick google search works wonders.

This site is a rip off imo.

25% plus vat

With those prices, I'm surprised you don't get free next-day delivery from the CEO him/herself
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