ASOS Premier – Review.

I just wanted to give a quick shout out to the ASOS Premier service, I’ve used it a few times now and I have to say I’m really impressed.

Basically for £9.95 a year you can have unlimited next day delivery off ASOS. Now this service is usually £14.95 so if you’re interested snap it up whilst it’s in the sale!

I don’t know about you guys but when I order things off ASOS or in fact any other online retailer I’ll pay for next day delivery, for no other reason than I’m really impatient. I’m sure if they ever invent a device that’ll let me print the clothes off there and then I’ll be the first to purchase it!

I know you’re probably thinking why doesn’t she just go shopping? But c’mon the shops aren’t open in the wee small hours of the morning which is when I generally decide I just HAVE to buy a new dress or a new pair of shoes.. Shoe addict and proud people!

Actually I’m a bit of an ASOS addict, it’s definitely my favorite online retailer, the range of clothes available is brilliant and the prices are too. I mean no matter what your budget is ASOS have you covered but the best part is.. THEY ALWAYS HAVE MY SIZE IN STOCK.

I’m a UK 6 / 8 and I have a nightmare when I go shopping because it’s like shops always have the massive sizes but never my size. Seriously I could fit three of me in some of the sizes they sell.

Anyway so I love ASOS and I was really excited to find out about this Premier service, I think it’s probably been around for a while I’m just a little slow arriving to the party but I’m here now!

There doesn’t seem to be any problems with the service at all, there’s no minimum spend and when they say unlimited they mean unlimited. You can literally order as many times as you like! There’s also free returns which is always handy! If you shop on ASOS as much as I do then the service has paid for itself in weeks!

You also get a copy of the ASOS magazine sent to you through the post, there’s like 10 of those magazines a year and they’re actually pretty interesting to read. My one complaint though is that on the ASOS website it says this “ASOS Magazine is targeted at a female readership, so will only be sent to female Premier subscribers” that doesn’t sit right with me but it’s not enough to put me off the service!

If you haven’t already invested in this service I highly recommend  that you do especially whilst it’s at a lower price it’s excellent value for money!

Here’s a link for it. ASOS Premier 

Check it out and let me know what you think!

Comment down below or tweet me @MissCharlotteEm I’d love to hear what you think if you do check it out or are already using it!

Note: I’m not being paid by ASOS nor am I in anyway affiliated with all views in this post are my own. 


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  1. emma says:

    Its harder for people who are bigger because there arnt alot of shops that do bigger sizes but there are thousands of shops that do smaller sizes.

    1. misscharlotteem says: Author

      I’ve actually been finding it really hard on the high street to find my sizes in shops I don’t know if it’s just because they’re sold out or what but it’s a real problem with me.

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