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Online shopping for parents

Online shopping makes it easier for parents to get all the things they need for their families.

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It’s Saturday morning, the only time you have to shop when you’re a parent that works 9-5 every day of the week. The malls are full; the kids are whining. No more dragging kids around from shop to shop; now you can enjoy the amazing benefits of online shopping at your favourite stores, including Mr Price who have recently launched their amazing online store, just in time for summer!

Clothes

Mr Price has just launched their new online store and it’s been getting a lot of great reviews. They have their full range online to shop from and they deliver straight to your door or to your nearest Post Office for a flat rate of R35 within 1-3 days. And with some fresh and funky things in range for this summer with t-shirts and shorts in sizes you can trust, your boys and girls will be dressed in the most affordable fashion without ever having to go near a mall.

Here’s a list of FAQ’s for shopping online at Mr Price. Summer was never this convenient!

Your other option for online clothes shopping is Woolworths. They cover every age from newborn to toddlers and their school range is amazing. Delivery fees range from between R50 to R95 and delivery time is between 3 and 5 days for clothing, homeware and beauty items.

Here’s a list of FAQ’s for shopping online at Woolworths.

Food

Almost every parent has been in the situation with a screaming toddler wanting a toy or sweet that they can’t have. Grocery shopping with this kind of nightmare is a reason why having your groceries delivered to your door is heaven sent. Not only that, but you won’t be throwing random things that you don’t need into the trolley and it will be easier to stay within your budget.

Both Pick ‘n Pay and Woolworths have next day delivery options. With Pick ‘n Pay you can book a delivery slot so that you can make sure you’re home for the delivery. For further information you can check out Pick ‘n Pay’s FAQ section.

Toys , gadgets and books


Kalahari.com has just launched their new Baby section and are not forgetting about your older kids with their Toy section either.

The new Baby section has everything you need when expecting your newest bundle of joy, from baby monitors, bottles, décor for the nursery to strollers.
They also sell book, toys, DVDs and games to keep your kids entertained and educated.

Other websites that you can take a look at are TAKEALOT.com  and Exclus1ves.co.za.

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By: Zayaan Schroeder Mollagee

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