Electronic Cigarette Ordering Made Simple Thanks To New PayPoint agreement with Go-Lites
A new agreement between Go-Lites and PayPoint means that retailers can now place orders for new stock through their PayPoint terminal.
With demand for e-cigarettes continuing to grow, this new agreement will make re-ordering of Go-Lites cigarettes simple, easy and convenient. The agreement between Go-Lites and PayPoint cuts out the ‘middle man’, enabling retailers to instantly place an order without having to go through a third party supplier or wholesaler.
As one of the UK’s fastest growing manufacturers of electronic cigarettes, Go-Lites, who offer a wide range of products with varying strengths and in six different flavours, also offer retailers the highest profit margins of any e-cigarette provider, with retailers taking home a healthy 40% return on sales.
With rechargeable starter kits priced at just £6.49 and the potential for retailers to receive up to £20 free in PayPoint CashOut vouchers, it is hoped that the combination of price, product variety and instant ordering via PayPoint will incentivise more retailers to promote healthier, cheaper smoking with Go-Lites.
Bozlur Rahman, Director of Go-Lites, explains:
“Consumers often buy cigarettes on the move and the evidence is that they are willing to buy electronic cigarettes in the same way. We already know that our starter kits work well as an impulse purchase and that this leads to repeat sales, particularly when smokers realise they can save up to 70% when compared to purchasing tobacco cigarettes. More efficient ordering is clearly beneficial to both the retailer and their customers, which is why we are very proud to be working with PayPoint on this new initiative for e-cigarette stock replenishment.”
As a leading international provider of convenience payments and value-added services for the retail sector, the incorporation of e-cigarette ordering is an exciting addition to the PayPoint offering, and has the potential to revolutionise the way retailers engage with manufacturers.
Andrew Goddard, Retail Director at PayPointUK&Ireland, says:
”This agreement with Go-Lites is yet another example of our strategy of introducing additional products and services that help our retailers grow their businesses by attracting additional footfall, incremental sales and higher profits. This scheme will work in a similar way to our hugely successful SIM card distribution deal, with orders made quickly and simply through the PayPoint terminal and the products delivered directly to them 2 days later. We have plans to introduce further distribution deals in the coming months that we expect to prove just as popular and profitable for PayPoint retailers.”
Go-Lites is at the forefront of the new revolution in smoking and is one of theUK’s fastest-growing manufacturers of electronic cigarettes. The company has developed a wide range of premium-quality, non-disposable products, available in a wide range of strengths and six flavours. Go-Lites are competitively priced, attractively packaged, fully compliant and come with a 12 month warranty.
Go-Lites offer retailers two eye-catching display options and their rechargeable starter kits are priced at just £6.49. Retailers who chose to stock Go-Lites can benefit from their expert marketing support, professional POS merchandise and a profit margin of 40%, the highest currently available from an e-cigarette manufacturer.
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