Hippychick reduces its carriage paid allowance

Company is reducing carriage paid value from £300 net to £200 net.

Hippychick has announced that it is reducing its carriage paid value from £300 net to £200 net.

The move has been made to ensure that the company is doing all it can to support the baby and toddler industry during uncertain times in the UK market.

Customers will not get free delivery when they place an order of £200 net value or more.

There is also no minimum value to place a carriage paid order at Hippychick.

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