How to Retail | January 10th 2019

Get 10% Extra at Ziffit

January is the perfect time to have a clear out, but after you’ve reorganised and tidied every single cupboard, what do you do with all the stuff you don’t need any more? Ziffit offers you cash for your unwanted books, DVDs, games and CDs.

All you need to do is either enter the barcode here or download the app and scan your unwanted items to find out their individual value. Then carefully package them up, attach your label and drop them off at your nearest CollectPlus Point.

What’s more, this month they’re offering you an extra 10% on all items by entering the code DROPOFF10 at the checkout. Happy days!

Top tip: Still got some textbooks or non-fiction books hanging around from your student days? These could be big earners so be sure to scan each barcode carefully.

DROPOFF10 (This will be valid from 1st Jan to the 31st Jan 2019)

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Some storage solutions for your organisational needs:

Lots of people are using the new year as a good excuse to get organised and tidy up their homes. We’ve all got a cupboard or drawer that needs a good tidy so we’ve found some brilliant storage boxes that will help you get sorted.

Arrow Weave Wicker Storage Baskets (Set of 3) £33.99 at Very

Wicker baskets are perfect for storage and because these have got lids you can chuck whatever you like in there and not worry about them being on show.

Chickidee Pretty Pink & White Pom Pom Basket £12 at ASOS

If you’re after an aesthetically pleasing storage basket, this pink and white pom pom one would look gorgeous in a bathroom or on a desk in your home office.


InterDesign Plastic Storage Desk Drawers £15.99 at John Lewis

Plastic storage drawers are so versatile they can be used for virtually anything. These would be ideal for putting the DVDs in that you are keeping or even storing away your makeup into different sections.

Had a clear out and got more than books, DVDs, games and CDs to get rid of?

It’s a great time to have a sort through your wardrobe and get rid of all of the clothes that you no longer wear. Maybe you’re even clearing out your garage and have some gardening equipment that you’d like to go to a good home. Well, DropPoint is a great initiative that allows you to donate your unwanted possession to charitable organisations who really need them.

You can send your items at any of our 7,000 CollectPlus Points and know that you are doing a good thing and helping someone else.


January 10th 2019 - by @CollectPlus