Sending lovely things to your friends and family couldn’t be simpler. Here’s how things work at Biscuiteers.
1. Choose your pressie
Once you have found the right pressie for your lucky recipient simply hit the “buy now” button.
2. Choose your dispatch date
Select the day you’d like your pressie to leave our kitchens and we’ll let you know the delivery date, depending on whether you choose First Class post or next day courier. And don’t forget we offer Saturday and same day delivery.
3. Pop in your payment info
We use a highly secure and super-simple system known as PayPoint, it makes buying by credit or debit card very easy indeed. We also now offer PayPal.
4. Review your order
At checkout you will have the opportunity to enclose with your gift a personal message of up to 200 characters. Before popping your pressie in the post we’ll give you a chance to have a good look at your order details and make sure everything’s hunky dory. And if you want to change anything at all, you can just click ‘edit’.
5. Sit back and wait for the compliments
As soon as we’ve posted your pressie, we’ll send you a little email to confirm. Then all that’s left for you to do is sit back and wait for the compliments/brownie points/thank-you letters to come flooding in!
6. 100% Biscuit Happiness Guaranteed
At Biscuiteers, we are committed to delivering 100% Biscuit Happiness to our customers. We hope you will love our iced collections and enjoy the whole experience of shopping with us. We like to think we’ve perfected the art of making someone’s day with biscuits but if we fall short, our friendly Biscuiteers will do everything in their power to sort it for you. All you need to do is drop us a line email@example.com or call us on 08704 588 358
So, now you know how it all works, what are you waiting for?
Just so you know: if for some reason we’re not able to send your items in good time for your chosen delivery date, we’ll be in touch by email right away to offer a later delivery, an alternative collection or a full refund – whichever you prefer.