With gyms, pubs, and restaurants able to reopen in England, are you returning to your local shops? Or are you sticking with shopping from home?
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We were live on 16 July 2021 with Which? expert Marianne Calnan answering your questions about supermarkets. Check the comments for he responses.
Are trainers that have been resold, donated or recycled a step in the right direction for sustainability? The initiative could be coming to the UK soon.
Have you ever ordered something from a catalogue, only to be charged for an unwanted subscription? If so, we’d like to hear about your experience.
99 Flakes, garden furniture and DIY supplies are in short supply. Have stock issues and price increases impacted your shopping experiences?
You might rent your home. You might rent a car. You might have rented DVDs in the 90s. But would you rent a pair of jeans?(more…)
An extra level of protection for peace of mind, or a duff deal? What’s your experience with warranties?
Are shoppers being lulled into buying products they’re keen to avoid? Humane Society International/UK (HSI) explains why it believes fake fur is being mis-sold.
Have you got a gift card you’re waiting to use? Are you worried about it expiring or retailers going into administration? Here’s what you can do.
We received more than 1,700 complaints about Currys PC World through our faulty goods tool this year. Have you experienced problems with your order?
Imported fad? All hype? We’ve found that Black Friday isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. What do you think of the annual sales ‘event’?
We’ve published our analysis of 1,500+ submissions to our price gouging reporting tool, and the results are concerning. Are you still spotting price gouging?
While supermarkets are equipped to carry on through lockdowns, things can be different for small businesses and local shops. How are yours coping?
Sainsbury’s has become the first major supermarket to stop selling fireworks, but do you agree with its decision? And will other supermarkets follow suit?