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Argos Customer Service Numbers
|Head Office||8am - 6pm|
|Complaints||8am - 6pm|
|Delivery||8am - 6pm|
|Catalogue||8am - 6pm|
|Clearance & Price Drops||8am - 6pm|
Argos is a standout British catalogue retailer that sells more than 60,000 products, employs 30,000 people, has more than 800 stores and sees 1 billion people visit their online store.
If you have bought an item that doesn’t live up to your standard or it’s faulty, or perhaps there was an incident in-store, an item you have ordered hasn’t been delivered, or you feel a product is unsafe, you can contact the Argos complaints number to lodge your concern.
Argos deliver products made from online orders across mainland UK and Northern Ireland, seven days a week. For smaller items they will also deliver to Scottish Islands, Isles of Scilly and the Isle of Man. They also have a Fast Track Delivery service, where if you buy before 6pm they will deliver by 10pm, same day delivery starts from just £3.95.
There’s also the option to pick up products in store, which is free to do. So if you’d rather collect your order, you can find the nearest Argos to you online and choose that option. With this if the item is marked with a Fast Track logo, you can beat the queues in-store and collect from the special Fast Track counter. As soon as your order is ready to collect they’ll either send an email or text with a Fast Track order number and collection code, just quote these in-store to receive your items.
When you order an item with Argos you also get a choice of four timeslots, 7am-10am, 10am-1pm, 2pm-6pm and 7pm-10pm, which is perfect so you don’t have to spend the whole day waiting. If you provide them with a mobile number, the timeslot will be whittled down to a 2-hour delivery window.
Inside you’ll find more than 1500 pages containing photographs of the items, prices, a catalogue number and a brief description of the product.
In the Argos stores you will also find laminated catalogues, the in-store shopping process involves completing a small order form with the catalogue numbers of the desired items. You then take it to the tills to pay and order the product. There are also ‘Quick pay’ kiosks available in stores to place orders and pay.
Clearance & Price Drops
Argos also have a dedicated section of the site for clearance products that are being removed from the new catalogue, it’s great because you can pick up some real bargains. You can buy clearance furniture, home, toys, televisions, mobile phones and more.
You can apply for an Argos Card, which allows you to spread the cost of everything you want with a choice of Buy Now Pay Later or Normal Credit plans.
You can apply for an Argos Card if you are 18 or over, can provide your address for the past two years, can provide your back details and have been a permanent UK resident for over one year.
Argos Credit & Insurance
Argos also offers a Credit Card, which sees them having teamed up with Vanquis Bank to help make your budget a little more flexible. The Argos Credit Card is on hand to help with unexpected bills and shopping in over 24 million Visa outlets worldwide.
With the Argos Credit Card, you get a starting credit of between £150 and £1,000. You could also see your Credit Limit increase every 5 months up to £3,500. Stay in control of your credit card account with text repayment reminders and manage your card online 24/7.
Argos also offer Pet Insurance and you can save 10% when you insure two more pets with Argos Pet Insurance.
Through the retailer, you can also apply for a personal loan. Whether you need to pay off debts, buy a new car or make some changes to your home, there’s an Argos Loan to help. You can choose from £1,000 to £20,000 and repay over 1-5 years. The 1-year option is only available on loans of £15,000 or less. There are no arrangement fees and you can get an instant decision online. Plus, the loan is not secured against your home.
Argos is part of Sainsbury's, who acquired Home Retail Group, the previous owner of Argos and Habitat, on 2nd September 2016, creating one of the UK's leading food and non-food retailers – a multi-product, multi-channel business with fast delivery networks.
Argos as a brand was first created in November 1972 by Richard Tompkins. It grew fairly quickly as a store and in 1990 was listed on the London Stock Exchange.
J Sainsbury plc operates over 2,000 stores, 837 of which are Argos stores (including concessions) and three flagship Habitat stores – together with major online channels for food, clothing, general merchandise and financial services. Sainsbury's sells over 90,000 products and employs 195,000 colleagues across the UK and Ireland.