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ASOS delivery and returns

(5 Posts)
leccybill Sat 18-Jul-15 21:09:22

I want to order some cheap sundresses from ASOS. If you spend over £20, it is free delivery. Does anyone know, if you send back one or more items which takes your order below £20, do they then charge you for delivery?

Greengardenpixie Sat 18-Jul-15 22:57:30

I cant help but i have there £9 premium delivery for a year and i have used it many times. Its really worth it. You can order all year and you have next day delivery and free returns. When you think about it, delivery can cost £4 so paying £9 for as many times as you like that year is great.

EmzDisco Sat 18-Jul-15 22:59:09

No they don't. I always order enough to take me over the delivery charge, and often and lots and sometimes all of it back - no charges.

poppym12 Sat 18-Jul-15 23:01:39

i usually order loads (usually enough for free next day delivery blush ) but end up sending quite a bit back, free returns, no problems. love asos.

leccybill Sat 18-Jul-15 23:21:45

Brill, hoped you'd all say that. I love ASOS too, can't beat it for range and variety.
Best website and delivery set-up in the business I think. £9 for a year sounds an absolute bargain, think I'll do that.

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