WHSmiths in Brighton launches delivery options via Deliveroo partnership Brighton News

A HIGH street store has partnered with Deliveroo to offer home delivery of their products.

WHSmiths stores in Brighton are among those that will be able to get products such as printer cartridges and books to customers within 20 minutes.

The venture is Deliveroo’s first major step into general merchandise, while the company has grown its retail business since Covid, partnering with supermarkets such as Sainsbury’s and Waitrose.

The trial will offer around 600 WHSmith products to customers and will first launch on Tuesday March 29 in Reading, before expanding to Brighton next week.

Other participating areas include Richmond, Muswell Hill, Chiswick, Cambridge, Oxford, Leeds, St Albans and Guildford.

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Other products available will include stationery and homework materials, revision guides for kids, tech accessories including airpods and books.

Sean Toal, Managing Director of WHSmith High Street, said: “We are always exploring new ways to delight our customers in-store and online by providing them with an exceptional shopping experience.

“We are really excited to partner with Deliveroo on this trial which will complement our existing offering and ensure our customers get the products they want and need as quickly as possible from their local store straight to their doorstep. whether it’s a greeting card, homework essentials, a last-minute gift or a recently released book.”

Carlo Mocci, Commercial Director for UK and Ireland at Deliveroo, said: “We are delighted to announce a new partnership with WHSmith in 10 stores across the country.

“WHSmith is the UK’s leading stationery retailer and consumers’ first choice for high quality, popular products for the whole family.

“This partnership will further increase the choice and selection of on-demand convenience products for our consumers, delivered in as little as 20 minutes, and create more work for passengers across the UK.”

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This notice was published: 2022-03-28 23:01:00

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