Shopping

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Topshop in one of the UK’s most established fashion retailers. Since 1964, Topshop has been bringing women’s fashion to the British public. Dresses, jackets, footwear, bags & purses, accessories, pyjamas and more in over 300 stores across the UK.

Ticketmaster is the UK’s leading ticket supplier. For any event, concert or show, Ticketmaster is sure to have this covered. Ticketmaster is a subsidiary of Live Nation Entertainment. Ticketmaster also covers sporting events around the United Kingdom and sometimes abroad.

Groupon is a worldwide e-commerce venture that aims at saving people money on anything from excursions and events to restaurants, goods and services. This is done by coupons that save up to 90% that are sent to customers across the world – based on their location.

River Island is a privately owned high street fashion brand that has it’s roots (1948) in London. Here you can find the latest men’s, women’s and children’s clothing available in one of over 350 stores nation wide or online. Free delivery options are available.

eBay is an online auction site based in the US and operating globally. With a variety from vehicles, fashion and electronics to collectables, tickets and furniture, eBay is the worlds leading second-hand trade marketplace and the benchmark for auction-style e-commerce projects worldwide.

Next offers the British public affordable high street clothing, footwear and home products. Next is a popular choice due to it’s great variety and quality of it’s products. Starting off as a high street retailer in 1982 and based in Leicestershire, Next are quickly moving more of their trade on their web based platform.

Currys is perhaps Britain’s best known electrical retailer. Popular for TV’s washing machines, fridges and appliances, Currys also sells computers and computer related peripherals, cameras, e-readers and more. Curry’s has over 290 superstores and over 70 high street stores.

ASOS is one of the UK’s top fashion and apparel online outlets. With Over 850 brands to choose from and an impressive own-branded portfolio, ASOS has become a popular choice amongst the trendy British public as the demand for affordable fashion becomes ever more apparent.

Asda is an American owned, British supermarket chain that specialises in finding the best possible value in it’s products to pass savings on to the public. With initial focus on fresh fruit and vegetables, groceries, toys and fashion, Asda’s own brand ready meals and “George” brand clothing lines has been popular too.

Argos is the staple British (and Irish) catalogue retail store. With anything available in their extensive warehouses – from home and garden, toys and clothing, to furniture and technology, Argos has (since 1972) become the household go-to name for well priced, high street goods.

Apple is the worlds leading innovator in public technology, software development and design. iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Macbook and more.. this consumer electronic outfit based in California revolutionised the way people interact with the internet, music and video.

Amazon is a diverse and exciting online marketing platform and cloud computing company. Originally a book store online, Amazon moved swiftly into wider markets and now sells anything from groceries to e-books. Amazon also runs a “Prime” service that allows subscribers to stream TV shows and films online and carries many other monetary benefits.