Grattan Catalogue Spring 2013
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Who's it for? The discerning shopper who is looking for quality goods at discounted prices
What's the offer? Grattan loves to give you MORE! There's hundreds of pages of great value, quality women's fashion, childrenswear and menswear. Shop for the whole family from one great site. New customers even get 20% off their first order when you spend over £40. FREE delivery and 14-day home approval.
Best Buys? Check out their fantastic Summer dresses and fantastic swimwear under £25!..
Love It? 0% interest free credit makes shopping from Grattan so much more easier. We also love the shop by price option in the SALE section of the website, check out all the bargains under £15...
Delivery: Fast and Free home delivery. Don't lift a finger, they will deliver it right to your door. Next day delivery will cost £3.50.
Returns: Free returns - if you don't like it just send it back
Request a catalogue: you can request your latest Spring 2008 Catalogue online today!
Introduce your friends to Grattan and cash in with £25 for each freind you recommend
What Grattan Say ... Great fashions, all this seasons styles and designs. 14 day home trial try before you buy in the comfort of your own home.
What Customers Say ...
Having been a regular customer of the Grattan catalogue for many years now, I gave Kaleidoscope a try, and have found the service quite a good one. The web site was easy to use and the quality of products in my opinion are of a high standard and if you are not entirely satisfied then you can return it free of charge either at a local Post Office or a courier will come to your own house and collect the parcel. Which is a good idea when you dont feel like going out on a rainy day!
Jenny from Merseyside
Potted History ...
Founded in 1912 by John Fattorini, Grattan has become one of the UK's largest mail-order firms with a huge customer base, and 13 percent of the U.K. mail-order market (based on figures from 1990). For a more detailed look go to the Grattan catalogue history website.
What the press say ...
The UK's big five catalogue retailers, Littlewoods, Great Universal Stores, Grattan, Freemans and Empire (now Redcats) are suffering a dramatic decline in their business and are acting "like rabbits in the headlights", according to an industry report. The firms, which offer home shopping through catalogues and 'agents', have seen their sales and profits decline sharply. Retail analysts Verdict Research blame the changing social structure of the country for the drop in revenue. Catalogue shopping - or agency mail order - once saw people, usually women, sell merchandise to a circle of family, friends and acquaintances. After a poor year in 2005 Grattan Catalogues 2006 performance is a lot more healthy.