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Waiting around for refunds is the worst part about online shopping, so ASOS' new ‘try before you buy’ policy is a pretty big deal. 

The e-retailer has introduced a service that allows you to try any item before you commit to purchasing it. You simply order, try your ASOS items on and only pay for what you decide to keep. 

Rejects must be sent back within 30 days, and you also have to pay for what you keep within the month too.

It’s currently only available in the UK plus shoppers must be 18 years old, have the ASOS shopping app and be registered to make payments via Klarna Pay Later.

ASOS, Australia calls next. 


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