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El Corte Inglés launches unlimited 24-hour delivery scheme to compete with Amazon
06 October 2020 @ 19:21

IN A BID to compete with Amazon Prime, Spain's largest department store has launched an online platform with a set annual fee which allows unlimited deliveries of its goods, including supermarket produce.

El Corte Inglés has set up an App, for mobile phones and other devices, where, for €19.90 a year, customers can order anything they like and have it delivered within 24 hours.

At the moment, the service is available in 36 of Spain's 50 provinces, and in 54 cities nationwide.

Linked to the El Corte Inglés store card, which does not carry an issue charge or 'maintenance' commission costs – you only pay if you use it, and only for what you spend on it – the system allows consumers to choose between paying off the cost in one hit or doing so in instalments.

The El Corte Inglés card makes the first charge for purchases on day one of the second month after buying, and customers can choose a set repayment amount, where interest is minimal since, like most credit cards, it is linked to the Euribor, or Eurozone interest rate.



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