What are cookies

Unfortunately the cookies we use every day on our website are not of the chocolate chip variety. The cookies we use on, like virtually all other websites, are tiny text files stored on your computer when you visit certain web pages. We use cookies to keep track of what you put in your basket, and so we remember you when you come back to the site..

If you want to order things from, you need to have cookies enabled (see Managing Cookies). It's still possible to browse our site and use it to research purchases without cookies enabled. Browsers generally automatically enable our cookies – but you can find help on how to turn on cookies if they are not enabled in the Managing Cookies section.

Cookies don't damage your computer and we won't store anything that could identify you – such as credit card details – in our cookies. Just like almost every other website, we simply use cookies to improve your experience on For example, if you've put an Xbox in your basket, we might use a cookie to show you some games that would go with the console.

We do sometimes work with some of our closest suppliers who may also set cookies during your visit. We always select and monitor these partners extremely carefully. They set cookies to show you different products and services based on what you've been searching for. But if you'd prefer to opt out, you can go to the Network Advertising Initiative website.

All this information is supplied to you in order that we comply with latest legislation on cookies. You can find out more about the law on cookies from the Information Commissioner Office website. We also like to be as up front as possible about how we deliver your service. As ever, we continue to assess our performance in this regard and are constantly working to make improvements.

Cookies policy

So you can make the most of and use all the great features of the site, your desktop, laptop, tablet or phone will need to accept cookies.

What our cookies don't store: we do not store any sensitive personal information like your name, address or credit card details.

Our cookies do store a sort of code that, once you're signed into, is associated with this type of information. You can always block, restrict or even delete cookies from our website – or any other site – by using your browser.


If you choose to share some content – like a great Daily Deal – via social media, you may be sent some cookies from these sites. Should you tweet about a deal or product you've found, for example, Twitter may send you a cookie. We don't control these so we recommend you check out the third-party websites for more information about their cookies and how to manage them.

Third party cookies

You may notice on that not all the cookies are related to the nerds. Some of our pages may contain cookies from other sites – third parties. For example, if you visit a page with a YouTube video embedded, you could be sent cookies from that site.

We don't control these cookies or any of their settings, so you should visit the third party website – like YouTube – to find out what their cookies policy is.

Likewise, if you choose to share a great Daily Deal or any other content from on social media, you may come across third party cookies again. Sites like Facebook or Twitter may send your device cookies when you share or 'Like' a piece of content. As these are third party sites, you should check out their cookies policy find out more.

Managing cookies

Cookies need to be enabled so you can make full use of the site, including actually buying stuff. If your browser has cookies turned off, it will mean you won't be able to add any items to your basket and buy them.

Enabling cookies

To enable cookies, you simply need to go to your browser and turn them on. If you're not sure which web browser you are using, click on 'Help' at the top of your browser window and select the 'About' option, For Mac users, with the browser window open, click on the Apple menu and select the 'About' option.

Checking for cookies on PCs

Google Chrome
Click on 'Tools' at the top of the browser window and select 'Options'. Then click the 'Under the Hood' tab, find the 'Privacy' section and select the 'Content settings' button. Now just select 'Allow local data to be set' and you'll be good to go.

Internet Explorer
Click on 'Tools' at the top of your browser window and select 'Internet options'. Next click on the 'Privacy' tab and make sure that your Privacy level is set to Medium or below, which will enable cookies in your browser. Setting your privacy level above Medium will disable cookies.

Mozilla Firefox
Click on 'Tools' at the top of the browser window, select 'Options' and then select the 'Privacy' icon. Click on 'Cookies' and then select 'allow sites to set cookies'.

Find and click on the Cog icon at the top of your browser window. Select the 'Preferences' option and then click on 'Security'. Simply uncheck the option that says 'Block third-party and advertising cookies' and then 'Save'.

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If you're unsure about anything or have a question that relates to the website, feel free to visit our help section to find out the most common answers.

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