How Littlewoods Works

Littlewoods is a website from which you can order clothes and other items for your garden and home. In the past, the way in which the Littlewoods system works has been chopped and changed, so it’s understandable if you’re unsure on how to order items from the brand. Below is our guide to How Littlewoods Works and how you can order items from the company.

How Littlewoods Works

Once the catalogue with Littlewoods was replaced with the online counterpart, some people were confused, which is understandable. Below is how you can use Littelwoods to order your items.

How Littlewoods Works

First, you will need to log in to the Littlewoods website with your account details. If you do not have an account with Littlewoods, you will need to create one by using the register button to the right of the screen (shown above).

Once you have made the account, you will be able to browse the items on offer to you on the Littlewoods website.

If you hav registered and would like to open up a Littlewoods Account in order to spread the cost of your order, you will need to apply for an account by clicking apply now on this page.

How Littlewoods Works

Once you have added items to your basket, you can check out securely by clicking “continue securely”. From here you can enter your card details and pay for your items.

Littlewoods Catalogue

The Littlewoods Catalogue was created in the 1930’s, and soon became a family favourite in the UK, selling over 350 000 products through their catalogue alone. Before the 70’s, agents for the business would knock door to door taking orders from the public in order. Much like AVON, the system worked really well up until the 80s, when customers could order via post.

Today, the store operates under a website, from which customers can order items from their online account. Orders will be delivered to their door and payments can be distributed over a number of months or weeks.

The Littlewoods company stock brands such as Burberry, Calvin Klein, Kim Kardashian, Hello Kitty and Ray Ban. A full list of brands can be found on the Littlewoods website.

Setting up an account with Littlewoods is simple. Just enter your name, address, and other bits when prompted to do so. You can also enter your card details in order to take part in a speedy check out in the future. Once you have made an account you can see your past orders, as well as track recent orders that you have placed.

Littlewoods Buy Now Pay Later

With Littlewoods, you can opt to Bye Now and Pay Later. This service from the company can delay the payment of your items for up to a year, giving you time to save the money you need in order to purchase through the website. This is perfect if you need to buy something in a hurry, spread the cost of Christmas presents or need to buy big electrical items for the home.

In order to take advantage of this service from Littlewoods, simply shop as normal. Once you have added the items to the basket which you would like, head to the checkout and select the Buy Now Pay Later option. From here, you can select your repayment period of either 104 or 156 weeks. Once you have selected this, you will not have to pay anything for the next 12 months. From here you will need to start repaying over your agreed term.

Littlewoods Buy Now Pay Later is not interest-free, and the usual interest rate for Littlewoods is 44.9% per annum. However, this is subject to change depending on when you order through the website. In order to buy items from this service, you will need to create an account with Littlewoods.

Below is an infographic, found on the Littlewoods website, which can help you with the Littlewoods Buy Now Pay Later service. How Littlewoods Works




Littlewoods Delivery & Returns

When you purchase anything with Littlewoods, there are a number of ways in which you can have your items delivered to you. The standard delivery charge from Littlewoods is free, and you can expect your item within the next few days. Some items could take up to the 10 days to be delivered, however, if you have waited for over this period of time, we suggest you contact a member of the team from Littlewoods. Standard delivery will be delivered to you within 7am and 9pm on Mon-Fri.

Next Day Delivery with Littlewoods costs £4.99 and will be delivered from Monday to Saturday. In order to qualify for next day delivery with Littlewoods, you must order before 7pm from Sunday-Friday.

Nominated Day lets you chose which day you will receive your items, and will cost £4.99. You can book your chosen day up to 8 days in advance.

If you are ordering large items from Littlewoods, this will cost you £10, and should be delivered to you within two days of ordering through the Littlewoods company.

If you are unhappy with an order from Littlewoods and need to return it, you can do so in a few ways. First, make sure that you can return your items ( the returns policy will be found in your order) and then choose the way you want to return your order.

You can return an item using Collect+, where you will drop off your order at a local Collect+ store and someone will pick up your return for you. You can also use the Freepost label in order to return your items. This is usually included in your order. If you would like to return a larger item, you can have it picked up by a member of the Littlewoods team. You can arrange this using your account with Littlewoods.

More about Littlewoods 

The Littlewoods brands took off in the 1930’s, however, the company originally started as a private betting company which specialised in foot

How Littlewoods Worksball bets. Today, the store belongs to the Shop Direct group, who also own other online stores such as JD Williams.

During the 80’s, Littlewoods was one of the most sought after catalogues around the UK, especially in Liverpool. At one stage, the company was one of the largest privately owned companies in Europe, as well as the largest family run business in the UK.

In 2004, Littlewoods and Kays Catalogue were merged together in order to create the Shop Direct Group. One of the main Littlewoods stores in Liverpool was shit down after the merger, and today in its place can be found a Primark retail store.