For 75 years Wilkinson (or Wilko as they are affectionately known) have been one of the top high street providers of quality brand and own brand products from their 280 plus stores throughout the UK. Synonomous for great service and competitive prices, Wilko have finally launched online with their online store Wilkinson Plus which offers the same high quality of service and low, low prices to the whole of the UK on over 25,000 products!
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Why Shop With Wilko
- Wilkinson “Cash Back Promise” - With Wilkinson the customer always comes first and they offer their online shoppers a “cash back promise”; if for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, they will arrange for the return and refund of the product - now you can't say fairer than that!
- Special offers such as the 97p Shop for those on a budget. This shop has great everyday items such as pet toys, accessories for the home and stationary, and guess what, each item costs 97p!
- They have an unbeatable range of value products in the following categories :
- Daily Deals
- Garden & Pet
- Home & Baby
- Toys, Games & Leisure
- DIY & Car
- Electrical & Office
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For 75 years Wilkinson (or Wilko as they are affectionately known) have been one of the top high street providers of quality brand and own brand products from their 280 plus stores throughout the UK. Synonomous for great service and competitive prices, Wilko have finally launched online with their online store Wilkinson Plus which offers the same high quality of service and low, low prices to the whole of the UK on over 25,000 products.
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