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    Title says it all really. In particular online clothes shopping.
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    Shipping cost. Makes me question whether what I'm buying is really worth the £3.99 shipping.



    ASOS premier all the way :moon:
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    knowing if the clothing will fit me the way I want it to

    in-store shopping all the way baby
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    The weird fits of the clothes.
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    when they don't fit or when they have just side 18 or summat or shoe size 11 and your like daymmm.
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    When the material feels off, especially denim. Buying jeans online is hard

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    When you're about to spend like £100 on clothes and the £4 shipping makes you question everything.
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    whether the clothes will fit

    i dont buy any jeans online for this reason - my size seems to vary by ****ing store and I can't take the risk online.
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    I get charged way too much.

    I swear I only put one item in my basket and somehow it changes to twenty and charges me ~£80.

    I hate it when that happens.
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    When the postage costs more than the item.

    Clothing and shoe sizes. Not knowing whether anything will fit.
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    Not being around when the delivery actually arrives so the postman leaves that little note and you have to go to the postal collection place thing...
    Postmen make me sick.
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    (Original post by Han-)
    When you're about to spend like £100 on clothes and the £4 shipping makes you question everything.
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    How after you've compulsively and excitedly filled up your basket, you have to actually pay for it to get it.
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    Me waiting on my package when amazon say next day delivery
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    For clothes, I want to know if they fit, so I'll only shop online for things if I'm sure of my size.

    For some other things, I only have a problem if the product description or specification isn't good. For example, sometimes for camera stuff and technology related things I need to know if something is compatible, and if the information is too brief then I might have doubts about it and decide to look at it in a store instead just to make sure. Usually the description/specification is fine though and I can order online with no problems.
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    Sending things back and having to pay postage .
    Not being delievered on time
    Doesn't look like the item on the picture.Items being ways too big/small, wrong colour or pattern.
    Hassle in sending stuff back .

    That's it really,lol
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    When the delivery driver isn't hot. Smh why are u handling my stuff
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    Has anyone else had it on Amazon where you can only order something if you order something else of at least a certain value? It seems to be a recent thing.

    And postage costs - once ordered something that was £9.99. If I'd ordered something that was £10, I would have paid no postage.
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    (Original post by Tiger Rag)
    Has anyone else had it on Amazon where you can only order something if you order something else of at least a certain value? It seems to be a recent thing.

    And postage costs - once ordered something that was £9.99. If I'd ordered something that was £10, I would have paid no postage.
    Add on program?
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    (Original post by Tiger Rag)

    And postage costs - once ordered something that was £9.99. If I'd ordered something that was £10, I would have paid no postage.
    Because that one penny justifies free delivery? smh...
 
 
 
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