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Evian delivers water at your doorstep

Evian delivers water at your doorstep

French water group Evian will begin home deliveries in its home market. Customers will have to order at least 10 euro to qualify for home deliveries from Evian, Volvic, Badoit and Taillefine.

Free delivery above 15 euro

If the order is between 10 and 15 euro, customers will have to pay a 5 euro delivery cost, but if you go above 15 euro, delivery is free of charge. In other words, it makes little sense to order for less than 15 euro as that equals 2 sets of 12 1.5 l bottles of Evian. The company claimed the price is similar to what one might pay in your average store.


The customer can choose the time of delivery within a 2-hour range. Deliveries can be from Monday to Friday between 15 and 22h and on Saturday between 9 and 16h. The order has to be done through the internet at least 72h prior to delivery and payment has to be done at the time of delivery, through credit card.


If he so desires, the customer can choose a "water subscription", which means you get an automatic delivery of a fixed amount every 2, 3 or 4 weeks.

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