With the holiday season fast approaching and shoppers hitting a buying frenzy both on the high street and online, it’s easy to forget about the little things.
Retailers- don’t be caught out! If you haven’t done so already, make sure you get your orders in with your suppliers for the little bits and bobs that can so easily slip your mind at this time of year. There is nothing worse than running out of change or gift-wrap!
Here at Burgass we are still taking orders for carrier bags and paper bags for delivery well before Christmas, we also have express delivery options if your deadline is extremely tight. So if you have left your Christmas design a little too last minute, or have suddenly realised you only have 10 bags left. Don’t panic. Well, at least try not to!
For those of you who are new to the retail world, you are probably getting slightly overwhelmed by the Christmas rush. But don’t forget, it doesn’t stop on Christmas Eve. The next big shopping period that you absolutely must be prepared for is the January sales! And it’s no good thinking that you can continue using your Christmas carrier bags. Shoppers and potential customers alike expect to see a big red SALE sign slapped across all of the bags leaving your shop. I mean, at the end of a day a printed bag is not only a vessel to carry your product away from your store but it is also one of the easiest (and sometimes cheapest!) methods of advertising.
We have a very special promotion on at the moment too, if you order your SALE bags with us before Friday (4/12/15) then you will get a massive 20% off* of the price of the bags and guaranteed delivery before Christmas, so they will be ready and waiting to go for Boxing Day. Our discounted printed carrier bags are just what you need. So what are you waiting for?!
*20% off is valid for new customers only. Subject to sight of artwork. Valid on standard sizes only and subject to stock. 20% is not taken off the cost of the printing plates. Only valid if you mention SALE20 when contacting us.
This post was written by Louise @ Burgass
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