With shoppers leaving Christmas shopping later and later every year, the UKs leading discount code and voucher site has revealed the last dates by which shoppers can buy online and expect to receive goods before the 25th at many of the country's major retailers.
Along with having all the latest printable discounts and voucher codes to save Christmas shoppers a fortune, www.MyVoucherCodes.co.uk has drawn up a list of the final order dates for all the big name retailers, so those who leave their Christmas shopping until the last minute can beat the high street rush and receive it before the big day.
Amazon is the only retailer offering delivery on goods bought on Christmas Eve, to certain post codes. The last order dates for some of the biggest online retailers in the UK are listed below:
Monday 17th December:
Tuesday 18th December:
Wednesday 19th December:
Charles Tyrwhitt t-shirts
Thursday 20th December:
Friday 21st December:
Bank (order before 6pm)
JD Sports (order before 6pm)
Scotts (order before 6pm)
Size? (order before 6pm)
Saturday 22nd December:
House of Fraser (before 5pm for Buy and Collect)
Sunday 23rd December:
Amazon (express delivery and Amazon Prime Customers) order before 11am
very.co.uk, littlewoods.com and isme.com order before 10pm
Monday 24th December:
Amazon (For customers in a number of major UK cities on Monday 24th December for Evening Delivery. Visit delivery rates and policies on the home page at amazon.co.uk for eligible post codes
All these dates and more can be found at:
Mark Pearson, chairman of http://www.MyVoucherCodes.co.uk, said:
"Shoppers are leaving it later and later to buy this Christmas, judging by sales on our site which have skyrocketed in the past few days, so we wanted to announce these delivery dates and let people know it's not too late to snap up seasonal bargains in time for the 25th.
"It's always worth looking at our discount pages before shopping, with a huge number of savings to be made at these and many other retailers, all delivered in time for Christmas! If you have left it too late though, gift cards, vouchers and experiences that you can simply print out information for as a gift are a great idea. Your loved ones will still be getting a great present- but you won’t have to battle your way through the shops on Christmas Eve when you should be settling down with a mince pie!”"