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Poundland is known for its incredibly low prices, stocking a huge variety of items from food to toiletries to homeware. The discount store has been working on the roll out of its delivery service since February and it first rolled out in April to certain customers.
The discounter confirmed last month that it was testing out the home delivery service to 18,000 workers and guest shoppers near its Cannock store, Staffordshire.
At the time, Poundland said that the pilot scheme was going well and would be opened to the public in due course.
It has now been extended to hundreds more postcodes across the country, with selected products available to order online.
The service was first expanded to another 1.8million households in Birmingham and Walsall postcodes.
It is now being rolled out to postcodes in the Stoke-on-Trent, Derby, Wolverhampton and Dudley areas.
Postcodes include those which start with B1 up to and including B98, and postcodes starting with WS1 up to and including WS15.
Customers who live in postcodes starting with WV1 up to and including WV98 will also be able to use the service.
Postcodes ranging from DE1 to DE75 and those from DY1 to D14 as well as those that start with ST1 to ST21 will also be able to order Poundland online.
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Stoke-on-Trent postcode areas include Leek, Stoke-on-Trent, Stone, Uttoxeter, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stafford, Tunstall, Kidsgrove, Penkridge and Alsager in Cheshire.
Derby postcode areas include Derby, Bakewell, Matlock, Alfreton, Belper, Ashbourne, Ripley, Ilkeston, Burton-on-Trent and Swadlincote.
Wolverhampton postcode areas include Wolverhampton, Bilston, Bridgnorth and Willenhall.
Dudley postcode areas include Dudley, Tipton, Brierley Hill, Stourbridge, Bewdley, Kidderminster, Kingswinford, and Stourport-on-Severn.
The discounter has said that there are over 2,500 products available to order online, all at the same price as in store.
Products include food, drink, entertainment, DIY and health and beauty items.
Delivery will cost an additional £4 but there is no minimum spend for shoppers.
Full list of postcodes:
- B1 to B198
- WS1 to WS15
- WV1 to WV98
- DE1 to DE75
- DY1 to DY14
- ST1 to ST21
Poundland also recently opened 55 new stores, with the intention to introduce more frozen and chilled items to its growing grocery range.
In new stores, customers can find more “day-today” brands like Nutella, Marmite and Old El Paso.
More frozen and chilled areas have also been added to some stores, reaching more than 130 branches across the UK.
Austin Cooke, retail and transformation director said: “The past year has shown how important Poundland stores are to their local communities and providing a range of chilled and frozen food means our customers can get more of what they need in one shopping trip.
“Where we’ve given stores a makeover, the feedback has been tremendous. Shoppers love the extended ranges, and not just in chilled and frozen, and they really like the store layouts and the work we’ve done to make it easier to shop and checkout.”
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