Picodi – All the bargains in one place


echo adrotate_group(9, 0, 0, 0);Promo Codes and deals for SA’s Online Stores.   Picodi.co.za is a coupon code platform and is part of Poland based International Coupons which is the second largest discount platform in the world, with a presence in 26 countries. The aim of Picodi is to help online shoppers find the best deals using online coupon/voucher codes. … Continue reading

Spree – Magazine styled shopping


echo adrotate_group(9, 0, 0, 0);Visit Spree to shop your magazines’ favourite styles and have them delivered straight to your door. Launched in April 2013 Spree.co.za (part of Media24’s Ecommerce division) is a leading online fashion retailer and the first online shop to offer a magazine-styled shopping experience. Spree has an entire spectrum of clothing, accessories and footwear for ladies, men, … Continue reading

Loot – Since 2003


echo adrotate_group(9, 0, 0, 0);Loot is one of South Africa’s oldest online shopping destinations. Online Retailer Loot.co.za first went online in 2003 making it on of the countries oldest online shopping portals. This longevity has made Loot, which is based in Cape Town, one of the top 5 online stores in South Africa. Despite this head start, Loot is not … Continue reading

Zando – Online fashion


echo adrotate_group(9, 0, 0, 0);Zando is the place to visit if you are looking for choice, convenience and fashion that is on trend. Based in Cape Town, Online fashion retailer Zando launched in January 2012 with over 200 local and international fashion brands. Zando has kept growing and is now the most comprehensive online international and local fashion brands retailer … Continue reading

Debonairs – Something amazing online


echo adrotate_group(9, 0, 0, 0);The Debonaires Pizza franchise takes the fuss out of getting your pizza by allowing you to order online. Debonairs Pizza is part of Famous Brands (formerly Steers Group) and was established in 1991 by two university students in Pietermaritzburg. Debonairs was acquired in 1996 by Famous Brands (which also owns Wimpy, Mugg & Bean, House of … Continue reading

Exclusive Books – SA’s largest bookselling chain

Exclusive books

echo adrotate_group(9, 0, 0, 0);Exclusive Books is a great bricks-and-mortar shop that first opened in King George Street in Johannesburg in 1951. Exclusive Books has 50 stores nationwide, 1 in Botswana and for a while now the online shop. The physical stores themselves are a real treat and you can lose hours browsing them. To make it even more awesome … Continue reading

PriceCheck – Compare prices before buying


echo adrotate_group(9, 0, 0, 0);PriceCheck is a service that allows you to compare the prices of  millions of products, in thousands of categories, from hundreds of South African shops.   Pricecheck has been around since 2006 and is a site, and also an award winning app, that allows you to compare prices of any particular item across any of the … Continue reading

Takealot – SA’s best online store


echo adrotate_group(9, 0, 0, 0);Takelot should be the first place you look when shopping online. Takealot has been around for some years as Take2, before it was acquired and re-branded in 2011 by US hedge fund Tiger Global. In 2014 Tiger Global bought Mr. Delivery giving them their own logistics network, as well as the fashion website Superbalist.com. I’m pleased … Continue reading

Wantitall – Buy overseas items locally


echo adrotate_group(9, 0, 0, 0);Wantitall has over 14 million items it is able to import from the USA. Wantitall has been around online for a good 10 years, and pitches itself as being able to source over 14 million items from the USA, which it is able to import and deliver to your door. This is another site that I … Continue reading

Mantality – The online shop for the urban man


echo adrotate_group(9, 0, 0, 0);Mantality is South Africa’s only online shop exclusively for men. Mantality has been around since 2008 as an online store aimed exclusively at men. I signed up early, but most of the items it carried then were “toys” or expensive fashion items and “gadgets”. I honestly didn’t think there was a market, but I am happy … Continue reading