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PNP clothing launches an online shop

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Pick n Pay Clothing today launched its online shop and customers can now view the full clothing range online and shop their favourite items for delivery straight to their doorstep nationwide.

This new addition means that customers can now shop the full Pick n Pay in-store offering online – ranging from groceries to general merchandise, and now clothing.  
 
Customers have always had the convenience of finding the latest clothing trends in their supermarket or nearby Clothing standalone store, and now accessibility will be even easier with the launch of their online shop.  
 
This step makes PnP Clothing one of the few large value clothing retailers to offer its customers an online shop experience.  
 
PnP Clothing will have a dedicated website www.picknpayclothing.co.za but customers with an existing PnP Online profile can use their details to log onto PnP Clothing’s online shop. Customers will also earn Smart Shopper points.
 
The new website launches with PnP Clothing’s Summer range that is now available in stores. More styles will be added in the coming weeks to host the full assortment that customers can expect to find in a large store. Customers will also be able to purchase the popular ‘Buy Two’ deals, all from the comfort of their home.  
 
Delivery is available anywhere within South Africa, at a set rate of R60, and orders are expected to be delivered within three to five working days.
 
The website will have an easy-to-use online sizing guide for items, but customers will be able to return or exchange an item for free at their closest Pick n Pay Clothing, supermarket or hypermarket, except for underwear.   
 
Online shopping has grown in popularity this year and many customers are turning to online shopping in increasing numbers. The demand for Pick n Pay Online shopping heightened following the announcement of lockdown and the retailer increased its capacity and reach to meet customers’ needs, including the launch of a same-day Grocery Essentials delivery service in partnership with the “Bottles” app.  
 
Speaking on the launch of the Clothing online shop, Hazel Pillay, General Manager for Pick n Pay Clothing, says “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 adds that they have more exciting plans in the pipeline to offer Clothing customers a greater range and more convenience, including the launch of a Click n Collect service.  
 

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