Curvy Discount Codes and Coupons August 2020 | FREE shipping
Shop for gorgeous curvy and plus-size lingerie and swimwear and get a discount with these coupon codes for Australian retailer Curvy.
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Popular Curvy coupon codes
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About Curvy Coupon Codes
Curvy is an online retailer for women that offers lingerie and swimwear from big name brands such as Bonds, Bras N Things and Robyn Lawley, that are made just for curvy shapes and larger cup sizes.
Bestselling products from Curvy
DD - K cup bras
Curvy Review | Pros and Cons
- Free shipping. Orders over $99 are shipped for free Australia-wide.
- Get $10 off. Sign up for a Curvy membership and get $10 off your next order.
- Dedicated sale section. Browse for a bargain any time in the special sale section.
- Free returns. If you are not happy with your order you can send it back for an exchange or refund, and Curvey will cover the postage costs.
- Next day delivery in Sydney. If you place your order before 3pm on a business day and you live in a Sydney metropolitan area your purchase will be delivered on the next business day.
- No live chat. Customer service is available during business hours via a local Australian number.
How can I get Curvy free shipping?
Standard shipping is free for Australian orders of over $99. Orders under $99 will be charged a flat $5.99 for standard shipping and $9.99 for express shipping. Deliveries are usually made in 2–5 business days depending on your address. Next day delivery is available for Sydney metro areas.
What forms of payment does Curvy accept?
- American Express
What is the Curvy returns policy?
There is no time limit to make a return. If your purchase is not right you can send it back for free and if you make an exchange Curvey will cover the postage costs of the new item as well. Items should be returned in a new resalable condition with the tags attached.
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