Savings Tips for Wickes
- Find the latest discounts up to 40% off on the Offers page.
- Watch for periodic coupon code deals on the top banner of the Wickes website.
- Be sure to sign up to receive weekly offers by email at the bottom of any webpage.
- If you're a business customer, sign up for the Wickes TradePro program to get discounts and promotions.
Wickes Shipping Policy
Delivery is available from Wickes stores to any UK mainland address. Wickes delivers six days a week for bulky items like sand, timber or sheet materials. Orders made before 5 p.m. will be delivered on the next business day as delivery truck capacity is available. Deliveries can be made anytime between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. Bulky loads are subject to a seven-day lead time.
Wickes Return Policy
You can return the unused portion of an order at your own expense for a refund or exchange within 30 days of purchase. You can bring it to a Wickes store or contact the customer service department. This offer doesn't apply to Made to Measure Goods or special orders.
Using Coupons at Wickes
Using coupons at Wickes requires that you select the items for your order and begin the checkout process. You'll be asked to sign in or continue as a guest. If shopping as a guest, you'll be asked to enter some basic contact information, such as your name, mobile number and valid address. On the Delivery Details step of the checkout process, you'll find a box under the order summary titled "Add a Voucher." Click the open arrow, and a text field will appear where you can enter your coupon code. Click the "Apply Code" button to apply the discount, and you'll be ready to continue with the checkout process.
You can quickly get in touch with the Wickes customer service department via the Get in Touch page. This page has an email form you can fill out with your question, or you can reach the department by phone at 0330 123 4123 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wickes has its roots as a one-stop-shop for construction and building supplies in the company of the same name that began in the United States in the 1950s, which itself had existed as a business as far back as 1854. The company opened its first store in the UK in 1972 in Whitefield, Manchester. At the time, it was an innovative concept for the UK to turn the DIY retail model into a store that sells to construction companies. It was the first merchant to serve builders in the UK with a fixed-price outlet. In the 40 years since its first store, Wickes has opened more than 230 stores across the UK, and it continues to lead the builder merchant retail sector.