Not On The High Street is a market place for people looking to support the rallying cry of "support small, independent business owners." Just because this site procures items that won't be found on the High Street in any town, customers shouldn't make …the assumption that by shopping here they will be filling their trolley with cheap kitsch. Okay so maybe there's a little kitsch, but even that's pretty adorable (e.g the pink and blue watermelon bowling pins designed for use as decor in a nursery). Mostly though, the Not On The High Street team has scoured thousands of independent sellers to bring together an eclectic collection of home goods, artisanal foods, outdoor decor and gardening supplies, jewelry, art and gifts. Since Not On the High Street functions more like a virtual marketplace, offering artisans a place to showcase their wares. Orders ship directly from the sellers and buyers can contact sellers directly with questions and comments before making a final purchase. » more
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Get shopping at Not on the High Street
Log on to NotontheHighStreet.com and browse thousands of beautiful and quirky gift ideas from hundreds of unique shops. Not on the High Street is the perfect place to buy for others or to kit out your own home with truly gorgeous pieces that you can’t find anywhere else. Not only that but they have a selection of fashion and jewellery for men, women and kids too. Standard UK delivery prices vary but are never higher than £2.95 per item and often free!
Find your items
Get around the Not on the High Street website by using the navigation bar that runs along the top of the homepage. Hover over your chosen category to see more options to help you refine your search further. Failing that, the content on the homepage is bound to catch your eye. Here you’ll find featured items, a section chosen especially for you (this will get more personalized after you have browsed the site for a bit) and top picks with free delivery. Once you have found an item you like, click on to its product page for more info. Choose from any applicable options (such as size or colour) and click the “Add to basket” button to make your purchase. A box will pop up to confirm that your item has been added to your shopping basket. Click the “Continue Shopping” button to carry on browsing the website (just repeat this step) or “Checkout” to pay for your item.
Enter some personal information
You will now be able to see your shopping basket in full. Check your items and click “Proceed to checkout” to move forward. On the next page enter your email address when prompted and make sure the “No” box is ticked when asked “Have you shopped with us before?” Click “Next Step” to move on. Over the next few pages you will be prompted to enter some personal details in relation to your contact and delivery preferences. Enter this information when prompted until you get to the payment page.
Grab your promotional code
When you can see the payment page open a new tab or window and go to www.promotionalcodes.org.uk/not-on-the-high-street to find a code you want to use. Reveal the code by clicking the “view code and open site” button. Copy the code once it is visible.
Apply the code and pay for your items
Back at the payment page at Not on the High Street, find the box labeled “Promotional code” and paste the code you just copied into that box. Click the “Apply discount” button. The page will refresh and your discount will be deducted from your order total. Next, enter your payment details into the appropriate fields and check that your billing address is correct. When you are happy that all information is correct, click “Process Payment”. You will be forwarded to a confirmation page. Congratulations, your order is complete!
Notonthehighstreet. Customer Reviews
I have two friends who are getting married at the end of the summer, and they haven’t registered for anything at any stores. They say they don’t need anything, which really just means I have to be creative in finding them the perfect gift. Urghghgh. They live on a narrowboat, however, so the options for glassware and crystal are a bit limited. This site is brilliant because I know I don’t run the risk or duplicated gifts here. All the items are quite unique. I found a few things here, but the main gift is the silver-plated mussel eaters. They love seafood, and what better utensils to have on a boat (granted, they aren’t in sea water, but that’s beside the point). Great site. Will definitely be back.
I love Not on the High Street. I know predominantly it is seen as a place to buy cool and quirky gifts for others, but I have to admit that more often than not I buy things for myself. My husband and I were luckily enough to build our own house last year and I had a brilliant time decorating it. I often get compliments on a lot of our ornamental things like posters, kitchen accessories etc, and they are more or less all from Not on the High Street. It sounds cheesey but the stock they offer really is like nothing you can find on the high street. All the products I bought are high quality and have a gorgeous kind of hand-made/boutique element regardless of where they came from. I more or less always go to Not on the High Street for gifts for friends and it's absolutely perfect for new or expecting mums. My only criticism would be that sometimes it can be a little expensive, and shipping can add up if you bulk order because things come from different sellers, but that really is the only thing that would ever put me off ordering from them. Whenever I log on I have to restrain myself from buying everything!