The Pro's and Con's of Online Shopping at Christmas

14 November 2018

We all know the feeling, it's mid November, a Saturday morning and we're snuggled up on the sofa. Suddenly 11am pushes closer and we're still in our PJs, We've just put the kettle on (again) and we're on our third slice of toast.

For a split second we consider jumping in the shower & getting dressed, only to sit in traffic and bustle through the crowds in search of finding our loved ones the perfect present. Or, we could reach for our phone, find exactly what we've been looking for in a matter of seconds and have it shipped directly to us by Monday.

Some things are trickier to buy online, but with most online retailers offering a no-quibble and often free of charge returns policy, we really do have nothing to lose. Granted; the cold weather, festive lights, the charm of Christmas market traders, the shop displays & Christmas Coffee cups all create the general magic of the high street and simply cannot be captured from our sofa's.

In a recent Forbes Article focused on the Death of the High Street; Anna Martinez, fixed income analyst at Newton, points to the increasing trend for consumers to value "experience over things," which is having an impact on the performance of certain sectors.

Although 100% Online, Coze are breaking through the luxury Ecommerce sector by providing a chance to experience and feel the products by ordering free samples at request, a choice of  Embroidery options and 5 star Hotel premium quality products without the high street price tag, meaning you'll receive more thread count for your money.

Plus, there's a discounted embroidered bundle offer specifically for Christmas containing a luxury robe, facecloth, hand towel and bath sheet all embroidered for £110 saving a total of £65!

View the bundles here: