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Last call for Christmas deliveries

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11/12/2014
Get these dates in your diary to ensure that your stockings are stuffed this Christmas.

With Christmas just two weeks away it’s crunch time for consumers hoping to order gifts online.

Claire Davenport, managing director ofVoucherCodes.co.uk, said: “With surges in orders over the big Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping weekend, many retailers are struggling to keep up with their delivery promises. As the big day moves ever-closer, it’s possible that these announcements of delayed delivery could become more widespread.

“If you do find yourself shopping last minute online, VoucherCodes.co.ukhas got you covered. Just visit the website to find the most up-to-date list of order dates for Christmas delivery direct from the retailers – as well as the best discount available.”

For a selection of dates see below.

Amazon

19th Dec – Free No-Rush Delivery by 12:00am For Amazon Prime Customers
19th Dec – Free Super Saver Delivery by 12:00am
21st Dec – First Class Delivery by 12:00am
21st Dec – Free First Class Delivery by 12:00am For Amazon Prime Customers
23rd Dec – Express Delivery for 1pm the Next Day by 7:00pm
23rd Dec – Free One Day Delivery by 7:00pm For Amazon Prime Customers
23rd Dec – One Day Delivery by 7:00pm
24th Dec – Evening Delivery by 12:00pm
25th Dec – E-mail or Print Gift Cards by 11:59pm

ASOS

18th Dec – Collect+ Standard by 11:59pm
18th Dec – Standard Delivery by 11:59pm
22nd Dec – Collect+ Next Day by 6:00pm
23rd Dec – Next Day Delivery by 6:00pm
23rd Dec – Evening Next Day Delivery by 11:59pm

Debenhams

23rd Dec – Choose a Day by 7:00pm
23rd Dec – Click & Collect by 7:00pm
23rd Dec – Next Day Delivery by 7:00pm
23rd Dec – Choose an Evening by 10:00pm
23rd Dec – Next Evening Delivery by 10:00pm
23rd Dec – Standard Delivery by 11:59pm

John Lewis

16th Dec – International Delivery by 11:59pm
20th Dec – Collect+ by 11:59pm
21st Dec – Standard Delivery by 11:59pm
22nd Dec – Next Day Delivery by 11:59pm
23rd Dec – Click & Collect by 11:59pm To a John Lewis Store

Laura Ashley

17th Dec – Standard Delivery by 11:59pm Home furnishing and fashion

Links of London

18th Dec – Engraving Orders by 2:00pm
18th Dec – Standard Delivery by 2:00pm
19th Dec – Saturday & Sunday Delivery by 2:00pm
23rd Dec – Click & Collect by 2:00pm
23rd Dec – Next Day Delivery by 2:00pm

Tesco

23rd Dec – Grocery delivery by 11:59pm Last day for Home Deliveries and Click & Collect

Waitrose

15th Dec – Order Christmas Turkey by 11:59pm
23rd Dec – Grocery Deliveries by 11:59pm

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