Winner Retailer of the Year
It’s come a long way from its not-exactly-humble roots. Since selling its first title as an online bookstore in 1995, Amazon has gone on to become the world’s most massive online superstore and is obviously earning its place at the top. Could it be the diversity of products? (It’s not all books these days, y’know.) Or could it be the Kindle bookstore, apps and devices that had you a-voting? Very probably a combination of all that digital jazz. We suspect your brand loyalty might blossom even further now that Amazon’s joined the tablet party – and if the new sub-£100 Kindle doesn’t make a gazillion Christmas lists, we’ll eat our Santa hats.
The go-to store online if you’re after a Star Trek potato head or HD video camera goggles.
CDs, games, clothes… you name it. And scores well on customer satisfaction too.
Like an Aladdin’s cave of Apple-related goodies. Also features the Genius Bar for Apple-related problem-solving. So good they’ve built fake ones in China.
One of the few retailers with a high-street presence also has impressive online prices.
This is what online shopping looked like before the internet. Argos is now online, too.
Virgin Megastores became Zavvi before disappearing from our high streets. They’re back. Online.
From a garage in Rotherham to being one of the UK’s largest independent online retailers. In ten years.
Behind the eye-boggling selection, there’s also a service clinic to get your gadgets healthy again.