NetFlorist

About Us

NetFlorist, NetGifts, NetJewel and NetPerfume leverages both world class technology and global sourcing, enabling you to send bouquets, arrangements, gifts, perfumes and a wide range of quality jewellery and watches to loved ones, friends and associates both locally and around the world.

We see flowers and gifts as an expression of an emotion and pride ourselves on providing the best floral and gifting service anywhere in the world.
A steadily increasing number of South Africans are adopting the practice of online shopping, making this an opportune time to offer them the option of shopping for gifts online.
The benefit is the convenience factor:– shopping for gifts online saves so much time compared to going out and looking for a gift in a mall, and the NetFlorist  site is structured in a way that makes selecting and buying gifts really easy.

Flowers are delivered by our network of Preferred Florists and hampers and gifts are all carefully created and distributed through our courier network. All products are backed by a 100% guarantee – if you are not happy with the product or the service, contact NetFlorist within 24 hours and a replacement will be sent or a full refund will be made. Delivery charges to anywhere in South Africa are R59.95.

We guarantee to deliver fresh, beautiful floral arrangements and quality hampers and gifts. NetFlorist partners with leading florists, growers and suppliers, to provide our customers with quality gifts.

If you or the recipient is not 100% satisfied with the flowers or gifts at the time of delivery, please contact us within 48 hours and we will send a replacement or refund your order.

Please do read our Terms and Conditions though as there are some that apply to jewellery.

 

 

Contact Details


Email: orders@netflorist.co.za
Phone: 0861300600
Web: Visit Site

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