The Wine Society introduces Click & Collect

17 May, 2017

The Wine Society has introduced a Click & Collect service for its members.

The move means that instead of waiting in for a weekday delivery, members can now select Click & Collect at the checkout and their wine will be sent to their selected local store, one of more than 3000 nationwide who all belong to the Pass My Parcel network.

For orders placed before 12pm Monday to Firday, wine will then be available for collection the following morning. Wines will be held at the chosen Click & Collect store for seven days, allowing members to collect the wine at their convenience.

Click & Collect will be free for any purchases of at least 12 bottles or a spend of more than £75.

The Wine Society boasts it has “an exemplary delivery service”, which it operates using a mix of its own 30-strong van fleet based in 10 hubs around the country, together with selected third-party couriers.
It offers a number of delivery options, including Click & Collect. Its next day service, which incurs a charge of £6 per order, covers most UK addresses, while it also has a free UK name-the-day delivery, where wines will be delivered on a chosen day within 48 hours.

The Wine Society, which began more than 130 years ago, is owned solely by its members.

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