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10 euros for shopping in Germany from Lifehacker and "Shopping abroad"

03 May 2023, 19:31, parser
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When I was 7, my uncle, who had just returned from a business trip to the GDR, gave me a doll: "Here! German!..".

Blue eyes, bending hands, snow-white silky hair that was combed like real ones… This is the best toy in my life. Thanks to her, I understood and forever remembered what "German" means.

Shopping in Germany

And German means flawless. In Germany there is a saying "Bettest du dich gut, so liegst du gut" – "As you lay down, so you sleep." The Germans do not like to sleep on hard, and therefore "lay" first-class.

German quality is not an empty phrase. These are the best materials, guarantees and reliability. That is why German goods – from cars to clothes – are, first of all, quality. The second is the status. BMW, Bosch, Hugo Boss, Mercedes, Otto are not just world–famous brands, they are German brands.

If in Soviet times to buy to snatch German underwear was a great success, then today everything is much easier. Products from Germany can be purchased in many offline and online stores. Today the problem is different – to find a really good seller.

According to the statistics of the "Shopping abroad" service, the following German online stores are the most popular among Russians:

  1. Amazon.de – this is the German branch of the American giant. For many, Amazon is mainly books. But Amazon Germany has a huge selection of products: from electronics to accessories for animals. Unfortunately, many European sellers do not send parcels to Russia and the CIS. The way out: either look for acquaintances in Germany who are unlikely to agree to take on other people's troubles, or look for intermediaries.
  2. Ebay.de – also the German division of the world-famous auction. The assortment here is also huge, but Russian buyers are most in demand for collectible items (for example, vintage appliances, coins, antique porcelain, etc.).
  3. Hennes & Mauritz is a popular European brand, originally from Sweden. H&M stores are scattered all over the Old World. Cosmetics and household goods are sold in them, but clothes are in the greatest demand – high-quality and fairly inexpensive.
  4. C&A is a Dutch brand under which clothing and accessories are produced. The peculiarity of C&A products is that they are nature-oriented. So, in the production of clothing, the company tries to use only environmentally friendly materials.
  5. Mango is a world–famous Spanish brand with more than 1,000 stores in 89 countries around the world. His "hobby" is fashionable men's and women's (especially women's) clothing. However, you can also buy an excellent perfume in Mango stores.
  6. Zara, Bershka, Massimo Dutti are chains of stores owned by the Spanish company Inditex. These are products for the bright and daring. At the same time, Zara is focused on the female audience, Bershka – teenagers, and Massimo Dutti – men.
  7. Mytoys.de – this is one of the largest German sellers of children's goods. The catalog of this online store contains more than 100,000 items from dozens of brands (toys, books, educational games, clothing, household items and goods for expectant mothers).
  8. Ernstings Family is a shopping mall for the whole family. There is everything here, but clothes for dads, moms and their babies are especially popular. The uniqueness of this trading platform is affordable prices available to almost any family.
  9. Tchibo, Lidl, kik24 – household and household goods can also be purchased in Tchibo stores (known for the production of instant coffee of the same name, as well as branded household appliances), Lidl (a German supermarket chain that produces products under its own brand) and kik24 (a chain of stores in Germany that sell clothing and items household items).
  10. Deichmann is the largest shoe seller in Germany. Here you can put on the whole family for all occasions: all-season women's, men's and children's shoes, sports shoes, as well as a huge selection of haberdashery. Deichmann offers both well-known brands and its own collections.

And from Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, brands such as Gucci, Dolce& Gabbana, Marc O Polo, Bugatti, Adidas, Gerry Weber, Desigual, S.Oliver, Hugo Boss and others are more often ordered. A detailed list of all hot brands can be found here.

As you can see, there are many shops in Germany offering high-quality products. At the same time, the so-called joint purchases allow you to save significantly.

Joint purchases in Germany

Joint purchases are wholesale purchases of goods by people who unite to purchase branded items at "human" prices.

There are many organizers of joint venture purchases in Runet. Many of them prefer to buy and sell German goods. There are several reasons for this. Firstly, the prices "at home" are much lower than those of distributors. And secondly, in most Russian regions there are no stores described above.

The managers of the procurement joint venture face a difficult task: to organize work with minimal time and financial costs. The key to its solution may be the "Shopping abroad" service.

Working principle

"Shopping abroad" not only provides assistance in finding the right product, but also provides its accounts for orders in retail and wholesale stores. At the same time, the service staff provides full information support: detailed instructions (how to place an order, how to send goods to the warehouse, etc.), as well as consultations via Skype and phone. In addition, they negotiate with foreign sellers.

When the goods arrive at the "Shopping Abroad" warehouse, they can be stored there for up to 90 days free of charge. Employees of the service consolidate, pack and ship goods to Russia, as well as help in solving customs and postal problems.

In addition, the service provides a number of additional services. For example, product inspection, packaging of fragile goods and others.

These advantages have already been appreciated by organizers from many cities. So, in Moscow over the past year, about 1,500 joint ventures were conducted through "Purchases abroad", in St. Petersburg - 1,300.

Bonus

"Shopping abroad" is an ideal platform, firstly, for those who want to start their own business and become an organizer of joint purchases in Germany, and secondly, who appreciate German quality and want to purchase goods from Germany without local markups.

If you are one of these people, Lifehacker and "Shopping Abroad" give you 10 euros for shopping in Germany. To receive them, make an order at any of the stores with which the service cooperates by September 15, 2013, by writing the keyword LIFEHACKER10 in the comments to the order. 10 euros will be credited to your account. Detailed instructions on how to place an order and get advice from a specialist of "Shopping abroad" can be obtained on the service's website.

Successful purchases abroad!

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