Home Bargains is owned by TJ Morris. As a result, when you call 0844 248 2674, you will be transferred to a representative from TJ Morris who will be able to help you with your Home Bargains query.
- 1 Home Bargains Connection Numbers:
- 2 Home Bargains opening hours:
- 3 Home Bargains head office address:
- 4 Why would I call the Home Bargains head office contact number?
- 5 About Home Bargains
- 6 Home Bargains Jobs
- 7 Home Bargains Newsletter
- 8 Frequently Asked Questions about Home Bargains:
- 9 “Why is Home Bargains so cheap?”
- 10 “Do Home Bargains do a ‘back to school’ range?”
- 11 “Can I order from Home Bargains online?”
- 12 “How do I return an item to Home Bargains?”
- 13 “Do Home Bargains sell e-cigs?”
Home Bargains Connection Numbers:
|Head Office||0844 248 2674|
|Delivery Enquiries||0844 248 2674|
|Complaints||0844 248 2674|
By calling the above numbers, we can connect you to those Home Bargains departments. All calls to this number cost 7 pence per minute, plus your telephone network access charge. Please note we are not associated with any of the companies listed on this website. We offer a call connection service.
Home Bargains opening hours:
|Mon-Fri||8.30 am – 6pm|
|Saturday||8.30 am – 6pm|
|Sunday||10 am – 4pm|
Home Bargains head office address:
|Head Office||TJ Morris Limited
Why would I call the Home Bargains head office contact number?
- You want to see if there is an item in stock at your local store
- You want to locate your local store
- You want to make a complaint about customer service you received
- You have bought a damaged/faulty product from Home Bargains
- You would like to apply for a job at Home Bargains
- You have seen an item online but could not find it in store
About Home Bargains
Home Bargains is a discount store, originally called Home and Bargain. The stores are part of a large, extremely successful chain that turned over £1 billion in 2013, the figure that broke world records. Home Bargains is part of the trading name TJ Morris limited that also owns other well known businesses such as Far Eastern ventures. Home Bargains was founded by Tom Morris himself around 40 years ago in Liverpool and has since become an extremely successful business selling everything from household items to children’s shoes, toys and clothing at extremely low prices. Many of the skincare and cosmetic brands stocked are the same as can be found in lead drugstores such as Superdrug and Boots, but are sold in Home bargains for a fraction of the price. Home bargains are still privately owned, making them one of the biggest of its kind in the UK. There are currently 400 stores in the UK and they have been open about their big plans for expansion, planning to open 800 more stores in the next five years alone.
Home Bargains Jobs
If you are looking for a career change or a new challenge then applying for a job at Home Bargains couldn’t be easier. Simply visit the careers section of the Home Bargains website where all vacancies are listed. You can use the filtered search to tailor it to your area, or where is convenient for you to work, as well as your salary expectation. Home Bargains’ main request is that their workers are committed to excellent customer service. If you want a job with Home Bargains, click the ‘get started’ link on their careers page where you can either apply for store management or store assistant roles. You will then be redirected to an online application that asks what location is the store in which you would like the job, and asks for your basic details such as your name, DOB and address. You will then be asked to attach your CV. Working for Home Bargains comes with many benefits such as fun days and staff parties, as well as a chance to become a members of their very own WOW club, which is reserved for staff members who go that extra mile, which is an incentive to enjoy work, as well as work hard. If you are having any problems submitting your job application, please call the head office contact number.
Home Bargains Newsletter
Star Buys is an in-store magazine that you can pick up for free. It basically lists any popular bargains that might be in store at the time, and what stores you can find them in. If you spot a star buy bargain, be quick because they tend to sell out fast. Please remember that these offers are limited, so grab them whilst you can. Home Bargains Star Buys range from DVD’s to anything from food, confectionery and alcohol. You can also grab these bargains online. On some branded products, you will be able to see their RRP so you can clearly see how much you have saved purchasing the discounted product. The Star buys page is extremely popular for its discounted electrical goods.
Frequently Asked Questions about Home Bargains:
“Why is Home Bargains so cheap?”
Home Bargains prides itself on its top quality yet purse friendly produce, and due to mass producing overseas, it can bring much loved products to you for cheap prices. Many people prefer choosing Home Bargains to safe money on essentials.
“Do Home Bargains do a ‘back to school’ range?”
Home Bargains offer a number of back to school essentials that are perfect for the beginning of term.
Their stationary collection even offers good quality fountain pens and essentials such as rulers and compasses. There is also a range of good quality lunchboxes as well as the sncaks to go in them at a fraction of supermarket prices. PE pumps are polo tops are also available to buy, but you will need to go elsewhere for a full uniform set.
“Can I order from Home Bargains online?”
Yes, Home Bargains has a website that you can order from online if you do not wish to go into store. Simply select the product you want, along with the quantity and add it to your basket by pressing ‘buy’. You are also given the option to compare with prices elsewhere before you buy. If you opt for home delivery, please note that this can take up to 3-5 days, and is calculated at the checkout depending on your address. For a free service, you can opt to pick up for ordered items from a store near you, simply enter your postcode at the checkout to see where your nearest store that is available for collection, is. You can register with Home Bargains to make ordering in the future easier, or you can complete the checkout process as a guest. You can also sign up to the ‘Star Buys’ newsletter which keeps you updated with all of the latest discounts and offers. If you are having any issues with an item you have ordered, it may not have turned up yet, or you may have received the wrong item, please contact the head office contact number.
“How do I return an item to Home Bargains?”
The Home Bargains website has a detailed list of what you can and cannot return, plus how long you have before something is exempt from a refund, as at Home Bargains, returns policies differ depending on the product you are returning. If the item is simply unwanted, and you bought it from a store, then you can return it to any store so long as you have the receipt, and the store will refund your card. If you have received an unwanted item by post, you can return it using the Collect+ label which can be found inside your parcel. Simply fill out the label and take it to one of your local Collect+ stores (visit the Home Bargains website or call the head office contact number if you are unsure where to find yours). If you wish to send the parcel by via a different courier or different postage method, you must contact Home Bargains first so that they can authorise the parcel. Home Bargains cannot accept any unauthorised parcels. If you want to return an item that falls under the category of electronics, DVD’s, perfumes and perishable goods, then you will not be eligible for a refund unless the product is faulty. To return an eligible item via courier, you have a 14 day window, and to return an item to store, it must be done within 28 days for a full refund.
“Do Home Bargains sell e-cigs?”
Yes, you can find Vapourlites rechargeable electronic cigarettes on the Home Bargains website, or call the head office contact number to find out if they are available to buy in your local store.