Consumers are able to benefit from significant discounts by purchasing online
(PRWEB) February 14, 2011
Moving house or upgrading the kitchen can have a profound effect on the wallet of the recession trodden consumer. Along with other household white goods, ovens and cookers are some of the most expensive purchases consumers will need to make.
Online oven price comparison portal Justovens.co.uk launched this month to address specifically this issue. Traditionally, consumers would need to carry out extensive research, deciding on the most appropriate type of appliance, whether it be electric, gas, single, double oven or a range cooker. The sheer selection is mind boggling, and because most people will want an oven or cooker that fits a specific space and complements the rest of the kitchen, most will want to see the appliance before they go ahead and buy.
Justovens.co.uk is not a traditional internet outfit with warehouses and a dispatch network, the website operates as an affiliate for all of the UK's major high street and online retailers to gather the latest and best deals all into one easy to use website. When you make you purchase, you are buying direct from the retailer whether it be Comet, Robert Dyas, or an online company.
In most cases, consumers are able to benefit from significant discounts by purchasing online due to the fact that online companies do not have the expensive staff and rent overheads that high street stores suffer from. This means that they are able to pass cost savings over to the consumers who benefit from the same deals they would see on the high street but at a better price. What’s more is that they can enjoy the same guarantees and delivery options, and be confident that they couldn’t have found a better deal elsewhere.
Online consumer spending has reached record levels. According to a survey by eCommera, 42.6% of UK consumers are buying online at least once per week and 60.4% prefer to buy online stating they believe they get better bargains. Consumers are growing increasingly confident as they realise that they are entitled to exactly the same rights as if they were buying on the high street in relation to faulty or poorly described good. I addition, consumers are entitled to a seven day ‘cooling off’ period meaning they can change their mind about a purchase, even after they have received it.
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