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Shopping online can save you a fortune and a lot of time. If you're looking for something in particular try the Kelkoo search below. If you are new to shopping online try Amazon first. They offer a hugh range along with an excellent site and customer service.

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Kelkoo are not a shop themselves but a search engine to hundreds of online retailers. Simply search Kelkoo and they will return the best prices, they also include delivery rates and retailer reviews so that you can make a decision on more than just price. They also provide a variety of shopping guides to help you understand the product you are buying. Definitely my number one. If you've never bought online let them take your first order. Always keep an eye on the delivery timeframe. Amazon keep to their word but some items have a longer delivery time and will hold up the rest of your order.

Dell are one of the biggest suppliers of PC's and laptops in the world. Their prices are alway competative and their PC's and Laptops are generally very reliable. Printers, consumables and other accesories can be a little expensive though. If you stick to their special offers you can't go far wrong.

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Iceland Not the biggest selection but they're the only supermarket who'll deliver to my house. Excellent friendly service.
Argos Why struggle home with the boxes. You've got to order from the catalog so cut out the hastle.
B&Q Hugh range and one of the cheapest DIY / home furnishings but keep an eye on stock and delivery times.
Virgin Wines Some of the best wines I've ever had and great customer service. If you don't like a wine tell them and you get a refund no quibbles. I'm intending to join their wine plan when I have some spare cash. Once your confident with online shopping give eBay a go. Best if you're looking for something unusual. Treat it a little like popping down the market. you can get some bargains but you need to be a little more careful with who you trade with. read eBay's introductions if your not sure. Its worth the extra hastle.
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