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gidon

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Must have gone live today or yesterday - much much better!

I e-mailed them the other day to see if they could add an "save for later" button - they informed me a new site would be up and running with this and other new features shortly - this is quicker than I thought.

Quicker as well.

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I have to say I'm really impressed with the new site......its so much more user friendly!

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One big criticism - seems that with the new site comes another increase in breakpoint for free delivery. A year ago it was free delivery on web orders, then it was 2.95 for orders under £30, now it's £3.95 for orders under £45!!

Annoying when you just run out of glue or such like ...

Ah well.

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Ooo, that's nice. Purty. Wonder why they didn't bother to let their "Email Club Members" know? (Yes, I can find a complaint even about this. It's been one of those days :p ) Much better for the book section too. Hmm, that's bad news... :shock:

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Gidon wrote:
One big criticism - seems that with the new site comes another increase in breakpoint for free delivery. A year ago it was free delivery on web orders, then it was 2.95 for orders under £30, now it's £3.95 for orders under £45!!
I had noticed that from the new catalogue. If I needed something small like glue I could usually find a few other desirable items to justify taking the order up to £30. But at £45 its getting a bit steep so I am more likely to buy locally if I can. Wonder how much business they will loose if I am a typical customer? Perhaps small orders weren't profitable for them in the first place.

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Good point. I wonder if they have thought to monitor the number of 'just over £45' orders they get to compare with the 'just over £30' orders previously.
you should post that on the other thread where they asked for feedback:
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