The latest on which online shops are still delivering during April 2020
With Dubai’s sterilisation programme running 24-hours a day for the next two weeks some of us have found ourselves waiting on deliveries. While the movement permits have affected some delivery services, others are still operating. We’ve rounded up the latest updates from these local brands.
(The below information is accurate of April 6th 2020)
IKEA: Accepting orders but not delivering
The Swedish brand has decided to halt deliveries due to the sterlisation programme. Stating on its website: “We are monitoring the situation closely and will update you on future delivery dates. All future orders will be processed and prepared however delivery dates will be confirmed once the curfew is revised.”
Amazon.ae: Still delivering although there may be delays
Amazon regularly update its website with the brand’s global stance on delivering products. The most recent update (as of April 6, 2020) explained: “We are working around the clock with our selling partners to ensure availability on all of our products, and bring on additional capacity to deliver all of your orders.” Amazon.ae‘s Twitter account told Better Living on April 6th, You can place an order, and we will deliver it at the soonest.”
Noon.ae: Still delivering
Noon have halted their regular delivery service of goods and are only offering their Express delivery service which is only applicable on certain items.
Home Centre and Home Box: Still delivering with expected delays
Namshi: Still delivering
The popular clothing and homeware website is still delivering although some people on social media have been experiencing delays.
Little Majilis: Accepting orders but not delivering
While the site is not dispatching goods until April 19th (subject to renewal) the homegrown brand is offering free shipping for orders over Dhs250 along with 25% off the entire site with the code “THANKYOU25”.
Saffron Souk: Still delivering
An online marketplace for local and creative goods, Saffron Souk is still delivering and offering lots to keep the kids entertained.
Want to head out to do your food shopping but don’t have any masks? Here’s how you can make your own mask with household items