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12 reasons why online shopping is better than in-store.

1 Carrying things is a thing of the past Staggering home with 10 supermarket shopping bags is a pain – especially when they cost 5p each. Shop online, get them delivered and have a bag-free shop. 2 You can do it after a few drinks Nobody ever walked into a store and walked out with a gazebo and a tiger onesie. But thanks to sites such as Amazon, and other eclectic marketplaces, it’s perfectly acceptable to sit down after a glass or two of vino and ponder what your living room would look like with a zebra print wall rug. Even better, nobody need ever witness you making these embarrassing purchases. 3 It’s easy to return things Refunds are your friend....

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7 Reasons Why Online Shopping Is Better for you.

We all love shopping for many reasons. Weather it be shopping for shoes or home appliances or even cars, we all have something we want to buy. Online shopping is easy. I personally think online shopping is better than in-store shopping. Read my reasons below to find out why I and many others are online shopaholics: 1. More convenient and comfortable It's much more easier for me to sit at home, find what I like and have it delivered to my front door. You don't have to worry about finding a parking space, or wasting gas. You can just sit home and do all your shopping from any store. 2. You have more options online than in store It's true....

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Why Installment Plans Aren’t Just for Millennials Anymore

When pay-through-installment services began barreling through retail last year, they dramatically impacted the credit card market. But the latest evolution of payment alternatives could change the way consumers — and companies — pay for goods even more. The most successful payment service firms offer similar promises to consumers: Pay 25% upfront for purchases, receive the item and then pay the balance over three additional, interest-free installments. But such sameness among top companies has created confusion for consumers — they either have to use the service their favorite retailer has partnered with or none at all. It also forces shoppers to keep track of and make payments toward multiple accounts.   Related The B2B Market Can Now Tap Into Installment Payments...

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