Home delivery is provided by the majority of online sales sites such as Amazon and Cdiscount, under certain conditions, however. Some brands such as Fnac and Darty have also started contactless click & collect. Here is everything you need to know.
Having orders placed online delivered to your home is always possible: Amazon, Cdiscount and the Fnac-Darty group always offer it. However, under current circumstances, delivery may take longer than normal. E-merchants are all adapting in their own way.
Delivery conditions with Amazon
Amazon closed the doors of its French warehouses last week, and the process should continue for some time. However, the online merchant continues to deliver from its foreign warehouses. It gives priority to products considered to be of primary necessity, but honors all orders, with deadlines often extended by a few days. Standard delivery is offered from 25 euros of purchase.
Delivery conditions with Cdiscount
Cdiscount, on the other hand, guarantees delivery of orders, but ships certain purchases more quickly, including food, hygiene and IT products, which are intended to meet immediate needs. Standard delivery is free from 50 euros of purchase and delivery is provided mainly by Chronopost, Colissimo and TNT.
Delivery conditions with Fnac and Darty
Finally, Fnac and Darty offer home delivery from 20 euros of purchase and the package is delivered by TNT or Chronopost in most cases. But the two brands have recently offered a contactless click & collect service: it is possible to pick up the order directly in one of the eligible stores. In this case, the package is placed directly in the trunk of your car, or offered more than a meter away.
The prices mentioned in this article are for information only and are subject to change.
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