Bargain Crazy Catalogue
£10 OFF when you spend £40
Homeware, garden and fashion catalogue with a section of refurbished electricals goods.
Bargain Crazy are an online discount catalogue UK selling homeware, garden and fashion with a refurbished electrical’s section.
The catalogue does not hold a great deal of stock under any section, but some great bargains can be found and is well worth looking at for one off bargains. Bargain Crazy do not offer catalogue credit and all items must be paid in advance before delivery. Bargain Crazy is part of the Littlewood clearance group and retail surplus stock from the Shop Direct brand. You can find up to 80% of many items and an overall discount of £10 off by applying voucher codes at checkout. There are a lot of High Street brands and well-known names scattered through the catalogue with many discontinued ranges.
Products/Brands on offer
With the Bargain Clearance catalogue being a surplus stock and sale website, the product line varies with lots of seasonal goods being bought in all the time. Brands include Adidas, G-Star RAW, Lipsy, FCUK, Nike, and Superdry and sizing can be found up to UK 32 for women and 54” waist for men. There is a good footwear range with brands such as Dune and V by Very. The catalogue is easy to navigate with sub sections for holiday and festival clothing as well as evening dresses and sportswear. The refurbished electrical items on sale all come with a year’s warranty and are a great alternative when budget is a priority.
The Bargain Clearance catalogue does not offer catalogue credit and all goods and postage must be paid at the time of placing the order. You can pay with all major credit and debit cards as well as a PayPal option.
Delivery is not free and the standard charge for an average 3 to 5 day delivery window is £3.95, with no option for next, stated or Sunday options. There is also no option for a Click and Collect service.
Unfortunately returns are not free either with Bargain Clearance with a standard courier charge of £1.99, you can use the Collect+ service locally, but there is still the same charge, this charge will be deducted from your product refund, and you have to call customer service for return labels to be organised. You are covered fully by the Distance Selling Regulations should goods arrive faulty or damaged in which case you will be refunded without returns charges.