Argos launches its new AW17 range

Argos launches its new AW17 range


Milton, Keynes, 2017-Jul-24 — /EPR Retail News/ — Leading retailer Argos launches its new AW17 range to shoppers tomorrow, Saturday 22 July 2017, offering around 2500 new products and featuring must-have brands such as Nespresso, Bose, Lego, Habitat, Samsung, Dyson and Sony.

Robbie Feather, Commercial Director at Argos, said: “Whether it’s getting the kids ready for a new school term, updating the home or planning ahead for Christmas, we have everything our customers might need for the new season, all under one roof.

“It’s never been easier to get your hands on what you want. Our same-day Fast Track delivery covers 95 per cent of postcodes, seven days a week, or you can pick-up for free at more than 800 Argos stores and 100+ collection points in Sainsbury’s supermarkets. We also have almost 80 digital Argos shops inside Sainsbury’s stores, so it’s even easier and more convenient to shop with us.”

Key highlights from the new AW17 range include:


Argos was the first retailer to launch its Top Toys for Christmas predictions this year. Top toy highlights includeLuvabella, an incredibly lifelike doll, with advanced animated features enabling it to drink milk from a bottle and fall asleep just as a real little one would. Chad Valley has introduced the Tiny Treasures twins (£99.99) to its baby doll range. LEGO Boost (£149.99) provides everything needed for children to make five different LEGO models that can then be coded using a free app. Popular on-screen toys include PJ Masks Headquarter Playset (£49.99) and RC Sqweeks (£79.99) from Transformers: The Last Knight.

Much-loved heritage brand Chad Valley’s range of quality and affordable toys are designed to encourage imaginative play. The Mega Ball Run (£39.99), Deluxe Corner Kitchen (£139.99) and Glamour Mansion Dolls House (£64.99) are sure to be popular gifts this year.

The popular DesignAFriend range sees a refresh of the dolls, outfits and accessories this season and features the brand new Best Friend dolls (£39.99) and the Harper Style & Go Suitcase and Doll (£69.99).

The brand new Tots Town range features 11 colourful playsets designed to encourage children aged 18 months to four years to explore the world and have magical adventures with the characters. Including a vet centre, pirate ship, princess castle and a police station, as well as sets of additional characters, they will inspire young children to invent their own stories and develop their creativity in play. Available from mid-August, prices range from £9.99 – £34.99.


Argos’s new season home collection is based on five key trends with stylish, quality products available across its own brand ranges – Heart of House, The Collection and Home by Argos.

Inhabit is a nod to minimal living, creating a calm interior with wooden furniture in natural tones and botanical patterns on bedding. Native Earth will transport your interiors to New Mexico and South America, featuring modern designs in warm colour palettes with tribal patterns on rugs and towels. Dark Poetry exudes a luxurious winter, with rich navy tones featuring on items from cushions to chairs and deep green sofas, contrasted with gold framework lighting and marbled clocks. Forest Frost transports you to a crisp winter morning, most notably in the bathroom with tranquil bath curtains featuring calm patterns. Artisan brings country styling to the home, featuring textured table and stoneware, wooden-topped white tables and stone hues.

New products are also available from Hygena, a smart-living collection with space-saving solutions and stylish designs. Standout pieces this year include contemporary wire-frame tables and clean line sofas.


For the gamer who has everything, a Limited Edition Gold PlayStation (£249.99) is available exclusively at Argos this season. It’s the first time Sony has offered consumers a sleek, new gold console to match its gold controllers, and is bound to be a ‘must-have’ for all style-conscious gamers. Tipped to be Nintendo’s best-selling console ever, the Nintendo Switch (£279.99) is hot property. Available in grey and neon, the portable console allows you to play anywhere and switch between TV and handheld mode.

Top games this season include ‘Cars 3: Driven to Win’ (£49.99) from Warner Bros – a world-class competitive racing game that features beloved characters from the upcoming Disney Pixar Cars 3 film, and the LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack (from £54.99) is all players need to begin their ‘toys to life’ experience. And Injustice 2 (£44.99), the super-powered sequel to the hit game Injustice: Gods Among Us.


The Parrot Disco drone (£779.99) is the first fixed-wing drone that reaches speeds up to 50 mph and allows you to see the world from a whole new angle with Parrot Cockpitglasses, an included FPV headset designed to put you in the virtual cockpit. The Disco’s little brother, Parrot Mambo (£79.99) is a small and robust Minidrone for the beginner and experienced pilot alike. With two connected accessories, you can extend your playing fun with the cannon to shoot lightweight plastic balls or attach the grabber to collect and transport small objects.

Our big, noisy, brilliant, brands in audio continue to be Bose, Beats, Marshall and Sony but for something stylish, giftable and great for any home, look no further than Bush Classic for the brand-new turntable on legs (£89.99). TV trends continue to be all about 4K OLED and the LG 55” Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR (£2999) is top of our list. You can call on us for the best range of SIM-free smartphones this season, including the SIM-Free Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus (£799.95).


Exclusive to Argos, Cookworks is set to make a big impact this year. With an updated new look and feel, it remains the reliable family brand, straightforward in function but now with some stylish design work too. Prices start from £9.99 and customers can choose from 50 new products including a Copper Kettle (£29.99) and 4-Slice Toaster (£24.99).


Hurrah for Google Home (£129), a voice-activated speaker powered by the Google Assistant. Use voice commands to enjoy music, get answers from Google and manage everyday tasks. And it’s smart to stay safe with our newest addition to the smart tech range, the Nest Cam IQ (£299). Brand new, powerful and intelligent, this indoor security camera by Nest offers best-in-class imaging and intelligent features to serve up the most important, actionable information – like knowing your child arrived home safely.


Customers looking for an extra special gift this season can choose from our wide range. The Revere collection comprises beautiful, timeless jewellery that will suit all budgets, ranging from elegant classics to bold statement pieces in silver and gold. Earrings, bracelets and necklaces are carefully designed and crafted by jewellery experts to treasure for a lifetime. Prices range from £10 to bigger budget buys and pieces not to be missed include the matching Revere 9CT White Gold 0.50CT Diamond Set Earrings (£399.99), Revere 9CT White Gold 0.50CT Diamond Set Ring (£399.99) and Revere 9CT White Gold 0.50CT Diamond Set Pendant (£399.99).

Moon&Back is a range designed to celebrate family and friendships. Created to be shared, products include bracelets, necklaces and rings. It’s perfect for those loved-ones you’d go to the moon and back for! Prices range from £20 – £50 and ideal gifts include the MMoon&Back Silver Made Up Pink Beads Bracelet (£99.99), Moon&Back Silver Cubic Zirconia Charm Pendant (£39.99) and the Moon&Back Silver Cubic Zirconia Flower Stud Earrings (£24.99).

State of Mine is Argos’s new collection of high quality body jewellery. Designed for those looking for quality and affordable jewellery that celebrates and expresses individuality, they are the perfect treats for yourself or others.

Time-keeping is made easy at Argos this AW, with a wide range of beautiful watches and big brand names that will suit all budgets. For him, you can’t go wrong with the Citizen Chronograph Bracelet Watch (£149.99), Bulova Precisionist Chronograph Watch (£329.99) or Armani Exchange Men’s Watch and Bracelet Set (£149.99). For her, the Citizen Eco-Drive Rose Multi Dial Watch (£139.99), Seksy Swarovski Crystal Watch (£99.99) Juicy Couture Stone Set Watch (£174.99) or Bulova Precisionist Rose Chronograph Watch (£359.99) are sure to put a smile on someone’s face.


Argos’s range of pet accessories give you the perfect excuse to treat your furry friends this season. For festive fun, thePETFACE Xmas Dinner Dog Toy Set (£14.99) features stuffed turkey, carrot and sprouts, designed to give the dog their very own Christmas dinner in a way they can enjoy. For the more active pet, the Nerf Dog Tennis Ball Blaster (£19.99)is ideal.

Available online, in-store or on the Argos app, customers can get over 20,000 products how they want, when they want. Argos’s market-leading Fast Track services offer nationwide same-day home delivery for just £3.95, seven days a week, and faster collection in 800+ stores for no charge.

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About Argos

Argos is a leading UK digital retailer selling more than 60,000 products through its website, mobile channels, 850+ stores and over the telephone. Argos is the UK’s number one toy retailer and a market leader in homeware and electrical products. is the UK’s third most visited website, with around a billion hits a year. More than half of Argos sales originate online and around 120 million customer transactions take place in stores each year. Its market-leading same-day Fast Track delivery service is available across more than 90% of UK postcodes, seven days a week, and Fast Track Collection offers free-of-charge pick up from any store in as little as 60 seconds.

Argos is part of the Sainsbury’s Group, one of the UK’s biggest retailers of food, general merchandise, clothing and financial services through the Sainsbury’s, Argos and Habitat brands. J Sainsbury plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

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Sainsbury’s to add 100 new Click & Collect Groceries sites over the next 12 months

100 new Click & Collect Groceries sites planned over next 12 months

LONDON, 2016-May-03 — /EPR Retail News/ — Sainsbury’s has announced that it will double the number of Click & Collect Groceries Sites in its store car parks over the next 12 months, as it further builds its multi-channel offer to make shopping easier for customers.

The supermarket launched its ‘Click & Collect’ Groceries service in March 2015, and since then its online orders have continued to grow. The service, which offers customers a hassle-free ‘drive-thru’ option, has proved very popular at the first 100 sites; attracting new customers to Sainsbury’s, and offering existing customers a new convenient way to pick up their shopping.

Robbie Feather, Sainsbury’s Director of Online, said: “We know that time is precious and people are increasingly looking for easier, more convenient ways to shop. This rollout forms part of our strategy to offer our customers more options to shop whenever and wherever they want.

Click & Collect is proving to be a popular hybrid between online shopping and visiting a store; especially amongst shoppers juggling work and looking after young children. Most people are using this speedy ‘drive- thru’ service to do a big shop for the week ahead.Customers really like the fact that they can collect their shopping at a time that suits them and on average it takes them just three minutes from start to end.”

Saturday mornings are the most popular time to pick up orders; and many customers also go into the store to quickly buy a few additional items, or use in-store services.

Click & Collect is already by far the most popular method for customers buying Sainsbury’s clothing online, with 80% of customers picking up their order at one of Sainsbury’s 712 in-store

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Sainsbury’s to add 100 new Click & Collect Groceries sites over the next 12 months

Sainsbury’s to add 100 new Click & Collect Groceries sites over the next 12 months

Sainsbury’s provides nationwide access to its Tu clothing with the launch of

LONDON, 2015-8-13— /EPR Retail News/ — Sainsbury’s is today launching its Tu clothing website, providing nationwide access to the collection. For the first time, customers across the whole of the UK will be able to buy the Tu clothing range from the comfort of their own homes.

  • New Tu online website launches today
  • Clothing range available for delivery across the UK
  • 93 per cent of customers within 10 minute drive of a Click and Collect store

A selection of Tu clothing is already available in over 400 Sainsbury’s stores, though customers previously only had access to the full Tu clothing range if they lived near one of the 160 stores carrying the full collection. The new online store, which includes womenswear, menswear and childrenswear, means that a much wider range of items is now available for next day delivery, standard delivery and click and collect. 710 stores will offer click and collect, including 112 convenience stores.

Tu clothing sales grew to £800m earlier this year and Sainsbury’s is currently the UK’s seventh largest clothing retailer by volume and 10th largest by value*. Sainsbury’s already brings Tu customers new collections every six weeks and is focused on being a destination for ‘high street style at supermarket prices.’

The retailer has launched 19 successful collections with Gok Wan, increasing market share and driving double digit sales growth. Sainsbury’s sells a pair of Gok for Tu jeans every minute in stores and a pair of knickers every three seconds. Sainsbury’s launches fresh Tu collections every six weeks, with new stock in stores every week and new trends landing within 8 weeks of them appearing on the catwalk. Customers are also shopping Tu’s childrenswear ranges more frequently than ever before and Tu is the fifth largest childrenswear retailer by volume and seventh by value**.  Tu is third in the UK for children’s Halloween dress up***.

Sainsbury’s Director of Online, Robbie Feather, said: ‘We are focused on providing excellent quality and value, with a talented in-house Tu design team. This launch is in line with our mission to give customers access to our products and services whenever and wherever they want and will significantly increase the reach of our already successful Tu brand. Customers have increasingly been looking to buy Tu online, and we have seen a really positive reaction to the new site from the selection of postcodes that have had access to it over the past few months. We’re already seeing particularly strong online sales of dresses and childrenswear and look forward to customers’ reaction to the new site.’

Notes to Editors

  • The Tu website will be live from Thursday 13th August.
  • * Kantar Worldpanel Data 24w/e to 5th July 2015
  • Sainsbury’s is currently the UK’s seventh largest clothing retailer by volume and 10th largest by value.
  • ** Kantar Worldpanel Data 24w/e to 5th July 2015
  • Tu is the 5th largest childrenswear retailer by volume and 7th largest childrenswear retailer by value.
  • *** Kantar Worldpanel Data 52w/e to 26th October 2014
  • Tu was the 3rd largest retailer of ‘fancy dress items’ during last Halloween, accounting for 11.4% spend and 11.2% of volumes.
  • Sainsbury’s marked Tu’s 10th birthday in September 2014 with its largest ever fashion collection.
  • 3.8 million customers were selected from the Nectar database to take part in a Tu Online trial in which they could purchase product using an access code to an exclusive version of the Tu Online site.



Sainsbury's provides nationwide access to its Tu clothing with the launch of

Sainsbury’s provides nationwide access to its Tu clothing with the launch of

Sainsbury’s introduces click and collect service to give customers quick and convenient option to pick up the shopping they’ve ordered online

LONDON, 2015-3-6 — /EPR Retail News/ — Sainsbury’s is rolling out a new service to give customers a quick and convenient option to pick up the shopping they’ve ordered online from store.

The first collection service from store is live today at Water Lane store in Farnham, Surrey, with nearly 20 more going live in the next two weeks. 100 stores are in the pipeline to deliver the service by the end of the year.

Customers shopping online in catchment areas where a collection service is available will soon be given a new option when they shop online, in addition to still being able to book the usual home delivery slots. Customers can then choose a participating store and collection time to pick up their shopping from a refrigerated van which will be parked in designated area in the store’s car park – manned and supported by a Sainsbury’s colleague.

Sainsbury’s Online Director, Robbie Feather, said: “This is yet another step for Sainsbury’s increasingly popular online service, and a demonstration of our commitment to giving our customers more convenient ways to shop with us, wherever and whenever they want.

“We’ll have 20 locations live by the end of March and will quickly roll out our service from there, incorporating feedback from our customers and colleagues as we go.”

The free collection slots will be available at eligible stores from Monday to Saturday from 8am to 1pm and then 2pm until 8pm in the evening. The service will also be available during store opening times on a Sunday.

All collections are subject to a minimum £20 spend, with no collection charge. Customers can place orders up to 20 days in advance. The latest an order can be placed for next day collection is 11pm, and collection slots will be subject to availability.

Our first Grocery Click and Collect stores

  • Tuesday 3 March – Water Lane store in Farnham, Surrey
  • Tuesday 5 March – Newbury store in Berkshire
  • Thursday 5 March – Fosse Park store in Leicestershire
  • Monday 9 March – Calcot store in Berkshire
  • Monday 9 March – Archer Road store in Sheffield
  • Monday 9 March – Cannock store in West Midlands
  • Monday 9 March – Bamber Bridge store in Preston
  • Tuesday 10 March – Kiln Lane store in Epsom, Surrey
  • Tuesday 10 March – Harrogate store in Yorkshire
  • Tuesday 10 March – St Albans store in Hertfordshire
  • Tuesday 10 March – Watchmoor store in Camberley
  • Tuesday 10 March – West Hove store in Hove
  • Wednesday 11 March – East Grinstead store in West Sussex
  • Wednesday 11 March – North Cheam store in Cheam, Surrey
  • Wednesday 11 March – Bybrook store in Kent
  • Wednesday 11 March – St Clares store in Hampton, Surrey
  • Wednesday 11 March – Bagshot Rd store in Bracknell, Berkshire
  • Thursday 12 March – Rustington store in Littlehampton, West Sussex
  • Thursday 12 March – Springfield store in Essex

Sainsbury’s online facts

  • Sainsbury’s sees 24 million customer transactions a week – that includes both in store and online
  • Sainsbury’s online business is 18 years old and a £1 billion business (5% of sales). It now covers 98 per cent of UK postcodes
  • Sainsbury’s first ‘dark store’ will open in Bromley-by-Bow in 2016
  • has recently been upgraded with better, faster IT systems. It also includes a bigger range of general merchandise such as household items, making it easier for customers to shop for everyday items with their online food shop


Sainsbury’s introduces click and collect service to give customers quick and convenient option to pick up the shopping they’ve ordered online

Sainsbury’s introduces click and collect service to give customers quick and convenient option to pick up the shopping they’ve ordered online

Sainsbury’s enjoys 30% increase in online food orders for the week leading up to Christmas – its biggest online Christmas ever

LONDON, 2014-12-17 — /EPR Retail News/ — Sainsbury’s will enjoy its biggest online Christmas ever this year, with around 30% more food orders taken for the week leading up to Christmas than for a normal week.

The online team are now preparing to make more than 100,000 deliveries in the three days to the 23rd December – the last delivery date before Christmas. The company has taken on more drivers to meet the increased demand and in total over 15,000 colleagues will pick, pack and deliver customer orders in more stores than ever before.

Online shopping is a fast-growing area of Sainsbury’s business and the company’s investment in the pricing of online deliveries has helped to drive the increase in the number of orders. As well as introducing a £1 delivery slot, Sainsbury’s is the only one of the big 4 supermarkets to offer delivery absolutely free after 2pm, Monday through Thursday on orders over £100. The retailer has also reduced the price of its online Delivery Passes. For a one-off payment, Delivery Pass holders can book a one hour delivery slot up to 7 days per week** on a minimum order of just £40. Around 70,000 online customers have taken advantage of this great value deal.

For customers who prefer to pick up their Christmas order from a store, this is the first year they have been able to place their order online through a bespoke Christmas ordering website. The new website is fully optimised to work from a mobile phone and around 40% of orders have already been placed using the site.

Robbie Feather, Sainsbury’s online director, said:

“Our online business is firmly established and growing well. We’ve listened to what our customers have told us, and over the past year we’ve updated our website, improved the recipe and ideas section and lowered delivery costs – all this helps our customers save precious time and money as they shop. Click & Collect gives people added choice, enabling them to shop with us wherever and whenever they want. This will be our busiest online Christmas ever, and we’re geared up to give people the quality, service and customer experience they expect from Sainsbury’s.”

Another first this year is that Sainsbury’s online customers can buy more than just their festive food at They can now also dress their table and their home with the full range of Sainsbury’s tableware, decorations, crackers and much more, all available on one website.

Notes to Editors

  • For further information, please contact the Sainsbury’s press office on or 020 7695 7295
  • *Deliveries  7 days a week from 8am – 11pm (last deliveries on Saturdays and Sundays at 10pm)
  • **Anytime Delivery Pass holders can receive deliveries seven days per week; Midweek Pass holders can receive deliveries on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
  • Customers can place their special Christmas food orders by picking up a leaflet in store or ordering through the new website: Orders are taken up to 15th December with collection from a participating store on 22nd, 23rd or 24thDecember
  • Sainsbury’s offers Click & Collect for groceries from seven London Underground station car parks – a service that is becoming increasingly popular


Sainsbury’s enjoys 30% increase in online food orders for the week leading up to Christmas - its biggest online Christmas ever

Sainsbury’s enjoys 30% increase in online food orders for the week leading up to Christmas – its biggest online Christmas ever