CO-OP RETURNS TO ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL WITH CLICK-AND-COLLECT SERVICE

The Co-op will once again be offering a supermarket shopping experience at this year’s Isle of Wight Festival, but festival-goers will now be able to place a click-and-collect order up to 6 weeks in advance.

Those attending this June’s 4-day event at Seaclose Park in Newport will be blessed with the ultimate convenient shopping experience. Revellers will be able to buy – or collect – all the usual essential items on-site, rather than having to carry them in. It also offers the opportunity to top up with fresh food and drink throughout the weekend.

Simply head online up to 6 weeks before the festival and collect from the on-site store at the given time, choosing from a whole range of products. Collections will be possible between 09:00-18:00 on the Thursday and Friday of the Isle of Wight Festival.

Article continues below this advertisement

It was in 2018 that the Co-op built a 6,000sqft store at Download, Latitude, Reading and Leeds festivals. It proved to be hugely popular with festival-goers, so much so that they then set up shop at the Isle of Wight Festival in 2019.

Amanda Jennings, director of marketing live and local at Co-op, has said:

“Since opening our first pop-up festival store in 2018, we’ve evolved our offering each year and this new click-and-collect service is another innovative way to serve the needs of these unique festival communities. The click and collect launch at the festivals is taking Co-op convenience to the next level and will enable festival-goers to plan ahead and enhance their experience even more so.”

The click-and-collect service will also be available at Latitude Festival and Kendal Calling Festival in 2022, but the Co-op will be attending a total of 9 festivals, including Glastonbury,

Don’t miss another story! Get the Island’s latest news delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up to our daily newsletter here.

Article continues below this advertisement

The views/opinions expressed in these comments are solely those of the author and do not represent those of Island Echo. House rules on commenting must be followed at all times.
2 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Micky
Micky
14 days ago

brilliant, glad to see it again. Going shopping last year with a banging DJ playing was just amazing.

Letting you know
Letting you know
13 days ago

Yea, extortionate prices and low quality, good luck with that….

 

Join our daily newsletter

News, Traffic & Travel Tweets