All you need to know about the online Pick n Pay Clothing store

All you need to know about the online Pick n Pay Clothing store

The pandemic has proven to many how convenient it is to shop online to avoid unnecessary movements. It has also diversified the relevance of online shopping and the need for brands to explore the online platform. The online Pick n Pay clothing store has joined the bandwagon on the space! How about delving into more details about this new platform and what you should expect as a customer?

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For the longest time, Pick n Pay has been giving its customers reasons to shop from the store. It boasts of a wide range of products at pocket-friendly prices and convenient shopping means. Also, it is has introduced the online Pick n Pay clothing store, which you must check out.

Pick n Pay Clothing

Most customers have always trusted walking into standalone stores and supermarkets for their latest trends in the most fashionable clothing pieces. However, the launch of the Pick and Pay clothing online shopping is going to be a game-changer. The one thing that stands out about this new store is that it is one of the value clothing retailers in the country.

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Pick and Pay clothing online store

The store will have a dedicated website:; therefore, new customers will be required to create a Pick n Pay profile before shopping on the site. However, for loyal customers who have existing profiles with the store, they will be required to use the login details of their profiles to access their accounts. For any purchase that a customer will make, they will earn smart shopper points.

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Pick and Pay clothing online shopping South Africa

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To kick off online PnP clothing shopping, the store has launched a summer range, which customers can also access in the standalone stores. In the coming weeks, the store will stock up most of the assortments that are likely to be found in the large stores in the country. The best thing about this new invention is that customers will also access the Buy Two offer from the comfort of their homes. How cool is that?

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The other thing that the store has done to build the confidence of the shoppers is that it has provided an easy-to-use and reliable online sizing guide. This, however, does not dismiss the fact that the store will not take care of cases in which customers order the wrong sizes. It has provided a policy where customers can exchange the pieces of clothes in any of the nearby Pick n Pay stores without paying any extra charges. The stores do not have to be a Pick n Pay clothing stores; customers can use a hypermarket or supermarket. The only pieces of clothing that cannot be returned are underwear.

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Pick n Pay delivery

The store offers a delivery fee which has been set at R60 for all parts of the country. The one thing that makes it reliable is that the deliveries will be made within three to five working days.

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Speaking about the launch of this new platform, the General Manager of Pick n Pay clothing, Hazel Pillay, made the following remarks:

We are happy to make this a reality for our customers,
Our new website means that more customers will be able to view the great range and styles we have in store, but also lets customers order the items online for safe delivery within days.

She went further to add that the company was arranging a more interesting service called Click n Collect service. The new service is going to be more convenient and exciting.

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Pick n Pay contacts

If you have any inquiries regarding the online service, you can reach out to the company through the online customer care telephone number: 0860 30 30 30. Alternatively, you can provide more details about your query through the store's online platform.

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Here the most frequent questions regarding the store's new service.

Does Pick and Pay clothing have a website?

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Yes, the company has launched a separate website for online clothing shopping.

Can I buy online at Pick n Pay?

Yes, you can. The company is one of the stores that have embraced online shopping, and it sells a wide range of products from groceries to Pick n Pay liquor.

Does Pick n Pay deliver?

Yes, it does. It delivers orders to the addresses of the registered customers within specific areas of the country.

How much does Pick n Pay delivery cost?

Currently, the Pick n Pay home delivery cost is R45.00, and it is R15.00 for service charge.

Can you renew your car license at Pick n Pay?

Pick n Pay is one of the selected retailers where one can renew their vehicle licence in the country.

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The pandemic has called for brands to diversify their service delivery by making the most out of the online platform. The lockdown saw most customers turn to online platforms, and this opportunity has prompted the launch of the online Pick n Pay clothing store. If you have not tried it out, you ought to do so as it is a convenient and safer way of shopping. reported three months ago that Pick n Pay had changed its trading hours. This move was in line with the social distancing rules.

The move by the store to change its trading hours was made in compliance with the curfew rules. It was also made to ensure convenience for the shoppers as well as the workers. As part of the rule, the store rolled out a schedule that favoured the elderly as they earned double points for shopping on Wednesdays.

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