What is online shopping and how to get started?
Posted On July 16, 2021
On Monday, the Jerusalem Post reported that Israeli retailers are offering online shopping for up to 50% discount on online purchases at a number of locations.
The online shopping section, which is accessible through AdiDegree, allows shoppers to place orders online and pay with credit card or debit card, and it also allows customers to shop in bulk, including online.
While it is not yet clear whether the discount on the online shopping is valid online, a spokesperson for AdiDS told Haaretz on Monday that the online store was “opening as soon as possible.”
While this is a welcome news for online shoppers in Israel, the company is only offering the discount for customers who can pay with cash, with an option to use a credit card as well.
Online shopping in Israel is a relatively new phenomenon.
The country has been slow to catch on to the trend of online shopping.
A study released last year found that only around half of Israeli households had online banking.
However, it has also attracted international attention, as well as a slew of high-profile high-street brands, including Amazon and Nordstrom, which recently started selling the first online-only products in Israel.
AdiDees spokesperson said that the discount is a “new trend that has opened up online shopping.”
While AdiDs website is not available in all Israeli cities, it is available in the capital Tel Aviv and Haifa, and also in cities such as Eilat, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and Netanya.
Adidas, meanwhile, is also reportedly offering the online discount at the company’s retail stores in Jerusalem, Haifa and Netanyahot, according to The Jerusalem Times.
The company has been aggressively marketing online shopping to Israel in recent years, and has been widely praised for its online shopping prowess.
The company has also been selling a range of high quality footwear, clothing and accessories online in the country.
Adis online shopping store also allows shoppers the option to order directly through its website, as opposed to having to call their local store or visit a physical outlet.