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Where to buy toilet paper online in South Africa

We’ve rounded up the top places to stock up on toilet paper online based on pricing and availability.

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Due to recent events, many stores are experiencing a shortage of certain products. Be aware that many retailers may currently be out of stock, have longer shipping times than usual or be charging above-average prices. Remember that stockpiling items isn’t actually necessary right now and that over-buying can leave others vulnerable.

While it is usually simple enough to buy in-store, many people across South Africa have switched to buying their necessities online due to the coronavirus and many retailers have started to cater for that need, so it pays to look online.

Fortunately, it’s not too difficult to pick up a few rolls if you know where to look. To save you the trouble, we’ve gathered all the online stores selling toilet paper in one place.

Don’t get stuck at home during self-isolation without having a few spare rolls lying around.


Where to buy toilet paper online

  • Game
  • Makro

eBay

1. eBay

Online marketplace eBay stocks millions of essential items, including toilet paper. With product listings from tons of sellers, it’s easy to compare prices and nab yourself the best deal.

  • Free shipping on millions of eligible items with eBay Plus
  • Huge range of products on offer
  • New products added daily


AliExpress

2. AliExpress

You can get pretty much anything you need from this massive online marketplace, including toilet paper. Just keep in mind that if the package goes through the post office, it can take 6 – 8 weeks.

  • AliExpress is made up of different smaller stores, so there’s a big supply
  • Easily shop around and find the best deal
  • Constant sales to take advantage of

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Amazon

3. Amazon

Amazon sells a variety of toilet paper through its third-party sellers, including bulk buy options. It may take a couple of days to get here so order ahead.

  • Free delivery on millions of eligible items with Amazon Prime
  • Easily compare prices on similar products
  • Huge product range
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Game

4. Game

Game is a household name when it comes to buying appliances, but it sells a wide range of products. You can buy toilet paper online from this website too.

  • Competitively priced products
  • Delivers to all major cities and most suburbs
  • Supports a wide range of payment options


Makro

5. Makro

If there’s one place where buying home essentials in bulk is not only acceptable but encouraged, then it’s Makro.

  • Delivery available to all provinces
  • Buy in bulk and save more
  • Opt to have items delivered to a Makro Locker nearby, avoiding human contact



Which of these retailers offer free delivery?

  • eBay: Free on eligible items with eBay Plus membership
  • AliExpress: Shipping is free through the post office, but will take longer
  • Amazon: Free on eligible items with Amazon Prime membership
  • Makro: Delivery to Makro pick-up Lockers is free

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