L’Occitane partners with CollectPlus

L’Occitane partners with CollectPlus

Retailer L’Occitane has partnered with CollectPlus to offer its customers the ability to collect their online purchases at any of the 5,800+ local newsagents and convenience stores that are part of the CollectPlus network. For the first time, L’Occitane will also be offering free returns to customers through any store in the CollectPlus Network.

L’Occitane will offer a next day and standard delivery option for customers, with pricing which is in line with their home delivery option. The next day Click and Collect service is free for L’Occitane customers who spend £35 or more online, or £5.95 otherwise.

Customers spending over £35 will be able to choose the standard delivery service for free, or else it will cost £3.95 (with orders delivered to the CollectPlus store of the customer’s choice within three days).

All L’Occitane customers in the UK will be able to use this service from today (12 October).

L’Occitane will offer complimentary wrapping choices for all Click and Collect purchases, either enclosing gift bags or gift wrapping the order for free, depending on the customer’s choice.

 

 

 

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