Superdrug expands ‘store to door’ delivery service to Scotland

Superdrug has expanded its same-day courier service ‘Store to Door’ to customers in Scotland.

The health and beauty retailer, which supplies customers with over one million healthcare products a week, is offering the service to shoppers within a approximate 5 mile radius of nine Scottish Superdrug stores within the Glasgow and Edinburgh regions.

The service, which initially launched in 2021 to allow customers to access products safely through the covid pandemic, has seen huge success with over 10,000 deliveries completed since launch.

Customers can easily order products directly from their local Superdrug store.

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‘Store to Door’ is powered by rapid delivery specialists Stuart, and promises speedy delivery within 2 hours, with capped prices based on location. Delivery will be available from £5.40, within a radius of 1.5 miles from the chosen store.

To access the new Store To Door delivery service, shoppers need to be signed up for the Superdrug Health & Beautycard and be ordering a delivery of £15 or over. Signing up for the Health & Beautycard is free and can be completed instore or online.

“After a successful launch, with over 10,000 customers using our Store to Door service to date, we are so pleased to be able to expand the rapid same day delivery service to our Scottish customers,” Superdrug customer and marketing director, ecommerce Matt Walburn said.

“Fulfilled by our incredible store teams and delivered by our partner Stuart, the service fits brilliantly alongside our market leading 30-minute Order and Collect instore offering.”

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