Wednesday 21 January 2015

review |

This is a sponsored post for All opinions are mine.
I consider myself a pretty savvy online shopper. I've had an eBay account for over ten years, and have spent many a dollar on scrapbooking products that my local shop didn't have in store. But I never quite understood Ozsale, until recently.

There are regular emails (I get 3 a day), telling you about current sales, sales starting soon, and sales almost finished. Something catches your eye, so you click through and check it out.
The website is easy to use from iPad or computer (although I never did check it out from my iPhone), and everything is laid with big graphics to click through.
But what is it? Well, it's like a lot of little sales inside a website. Each mini-sale is open for a few days (there's a very clear countdown), and once the sale closes then it ships from the supplier. It's a clever way to keep prices down through "group buying", and OzSale has a great selection of home goods as well as clothes and shoes.
Once the sale ends, the order is placed with the supplier, and your account is updated with delivery info.
Then you can click through and find tracking numbers and parcel information.

Each of my parcels arrived within a reasonable time, considering it was Christmas, and they were mostly coming from overseas. Signature is required on delivery (but my postie left mine when he knew I was home), and I even remembered to give the items I'd ordered for stocking stuffers as stocking stuffers!

I keep checking the emails to see what's coming up, I'm on the look out for some cushions and a tea pot next. {and I'm told that $5 for O.P.I. and essie nail polishes is a pretty good deal, I'm loving my new stash of colour!}

disclaimer - I was given an OzSale voucher in return for my review. All opinions are mine.

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