Pay R20 for R150 worth of gifts and goodies from the Want It All online store (save 87%)
- Save 87% on R150 credit on the Want It All site
- Extensive range of products
- Spoil yourself, buy a Mothers’ day gift or get ahead on Christmas shopping
- Delivered to your door step
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Order online at www.wantitall.co.za
- Delivery charge excluded - R49 in major cities
- Only two Groupons per person
- Only one Groupon can be used per item purchased
- Groupons can't be used in conjunction with other deals, promotions or specials
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
It’s been called the all-for-soap and soap-for-all phenomenon, the case of last year’s gift, this year’s giftwrap and the act like I didn’t know it’s another blender scenario. Get creative with gifts this Mothers’ Day, Fathers’ Day and even this Christmas with R150 credit on the I Want It All site for only R20.
Whether it’s beauty products for mom or a musical instrument to serenade the beauty in your life, Want It All literally has It All. Working around the multiple wall clocks, wristwatches and alarm clocks on offer, this online shopping mall brings you health products, jewellery, PC hardware and just about anything imaginable besides groceries, at discounted prices. Throw a Groupon into the mix, and you‘re buying web cams for the price of a loaf of sliced bread.
Best of all, this Groupon saves you the legwork from electronic department to gift shop to candy store to art shop all to just eventually settle on chocolate and deodorant for everyone. With everything on hand at the click of a button, you can pick ‘n choose to your heart’s content and have it delivered straight to your doorstep.
From the video gamer to the book lover, the strictly blu-ray watcher to the still-stuck-on-DVD guy, Want It All has something to make every girl, guy, baby and misses dance with joy – they even sell the music to add a beat to your shimmy-shake. Get toys for you, toys for the nieces, software for the nephews and a digital camera to capture the not-another-soap-on-a-rope? expressions of awe. Come birthdays, come Christmas, come day-of-spoiling-the-awesome-me, come any season known for giving – this gift master is ready and armed.
Gift fact: In Tuscany, people used to give pickled fish-on-a-rope to wish someone luck. However for years it brought no luck whatsoever as employers, loved ones and learners permit examiners generally don’t respond well to the smell of pickled fish. Then Tiekie Vaterhause came up with the bright idea of replacing the fish with soap. Within weeks the entire country’s luck turned.