Takealot launches Unboxed Deals – offers big discounts

Takealot has launched a new offering called Unboxed Deals – giving shoppers big discounts on “returned and shop soiled products”.

By - February 26, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
Takealot unboxed deals

Takealot has launched a new offering called Unboxed Deals – giving shoppers big discounts on “returned and shop soiled products”.

“Unboxed products could show signs of slight use, minor cosmetic imperfections, or be missing the original packaging,” states Takealot.

“Where the original packaging is missing or damaged, Takealot may reseal or replace the original packaging altogether to better protect the item.”

Takealot said all Unboxed Deals are quality checked before being sold, and that the deals may be returned within 30 days in accordance with its returns policy.

Unboxed products can be replaced with another Unboxed Deal on the same product.

If the item is not available as an Unboxed Deal, users will be offered a repair or account credit.

Unboxed Deals are also backed by a Takealot 6-month warranty if the item is found to be defective.

“Our standard free shipping on App orders and orders above R250 applies. You can use a promotional discount coupon or gift voucher towards the purchase of an Unboxed Deal,” said Takealot.

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