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iQ Toys delivers free shipping!

Thursday 28 July,

iQ Toys delivers free shipping!

New Zealand's largest online toy store, has today announced free shipping on orders totalling more than $150.

Director, Shane Loomb states that adding free shipping is an effort to take online shopping for toys more mainstream. "Currently online toy purchases represent a small (but growing percentage) of the total toy market in New Zealand.

By offering free shipping we believe more New Zealanders will purchase toys online, particarly as our product range and prices match or better most traditional toy stores".

Established in 1996, iQ Toys is New Zealand's largest online toy store stocking over 1000 toys and more than 175 different suppliers. Its popularity has skyrocketed over recent months according to Alexa rankings _


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