Based in the UK, Ozgameshop is home to everything from video games to DVDs to pop-culture apparel.
With over 10 years of experience under its belt, Ozgameshop has become a go-to source for Aussies in search of cheap entertainment. Half a million people across the globe shop with the online retailer, two-thirds of whom come back to shop again. It's not surprising given Ozgameshop's emphasis on low prices and its robust customer-reward program. The deals are often too good to pass up, especially for Aussies.
What does Ozgameshop sell?
Ozgameshop's specialty is entertainment, with an extensive range of video games, DVDs, Blu-rays, board games, card games, toys, gadgets and other pop-culture paraphernalia. The retailer also stocks a variety of licensed clothes and accessories, such as Assassin's Creed t-shirts and Star Wars backpacks.
What currency does Ozgameshop use?
The Ozgameshop website converts prices into local currency, which means you won't need to do any on-the-fly currency conversion. All sticker prices and delivery costs are in Australian dollars.
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— Shipping and returns —
Ozgameshop ships orders from the UK to anywhere in the world, Australia included.
How much does Ozgameshop charge for delivery?
Ozgameshop offers two delivery options: standard shipping and express delivery. Standard shipping will set you back $1.99 per order, while express delivery will cost you $4.99.
How long does Ozgameshop take to deliver?
Standard shipping to Australia with Ozgameshop takes between 7 and 10 working days. Paying extra for express delivery knocks the shipping time down to 5 to 8 working days.
Does Ozgameshop offer free delivery?
Spend over $50 in a single order at Ozgameshop, and you'll get free standard shipping plus free delivery insurance, meaning if anything goes wrong with your delivery, Ozgameshop will replace it at no extra cost.
Does Ozgameshop offer click and collect?
Ozgameshop does not offer any click and collect options within Australia.
What is Ozgameshop's returns policy?
After your order arrives, Ozgameshop gives you 30 days to determine whether your product is faulty and request a refund or replacement. Ozgameshop will cover the cost of you sending it back, and if they confirm it's faulty, they'll process your refund/replacement within 14 days. If they determine the product is in working order, they will send it back to you instead.
Can I return an order if I change my mind?
So long as you don't use the product in question, Ozgameshop will accept returns based on a change of mind for 14 days after the order arrives. You'll have to cover the return postage cost, though.
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