You may not be hearing about Guzzle for the first time, and if you are, then we are happy to be the ones bringing this information to you. There is a lot to learn about this online platform, and we hope to cover a bulk of the information in this article. As mentioned, Guzzle is an online platform with its peculiarities and a unique set of services that it offers to its customers.
In this article, we will give you an overview of this unique service and how to get the most out of it. The goal is to make your daily shopping experience that much better. So, learn all there is to know about Guzzle South Africa, what it is and how it works. Also, find out which of your favourite South African retailers are working with Guzzle.
What is Guzzle?
Guzzle is a South African website that allows its users to compare the prices of brick-and-mortar stores, paying particular attention to goods that are on specials. The platform is an aggregated portal made up of both paper and digital catalogues of products from top retailers in the country. Since its inception in May 2011 by Ric Meulemans and Oliver Bryant, the company has grown to accommodate hundreds of retailers in the country.
How does Guzzle work?
The guzzle website only shares catalogues of product specials. What they do is that they share 20,000 product specials for a duration of one week. When the specified time elapses, they start the week with a new set of products from different retailers. The products that are displayed are from several major South African retail stores. Customers can then compare the prices and choose which retailer to purchase from. Whether you choose the Guzzle website or the mobile application, using Guzzle helps you save time and money and helps you get the best out of your purchases.
Guzzle does not sell products or items, and it doesn’t get involved in the buying and selling process either. They only display the products on special for that week. Going through 20.000 products might be very tasking, so you have the option to search for a product through the product type or the supplier.
How to register on Guzzle
There are two ways you can register on Guzzle. Either you register by using the mobile application, or you register on the Guzzle South Africa website. Registering with Guzzle allows you to post special product catalogues and to view over 20.000 product specials available.
The Guzzle mobile application gives small business owners the chance to create and publish product catalogues on their smartphones. With over 500.000 monthly users and over 10 million pageviews, Guzzle is a great platform for businesses to share their products to a large audience without spending too much time and resources. If you would like to register via the mobile application, here’s how you can do so:
Step 1: download the Guzzle SA mobile application from the google play store or the Apple app store.
Step 2: once the application is installed, proceed to create an account.
Step 3: Add your store’s location and your store’s details on your profile
Step 4: to add products to your page, click on the ‘+’ sign to add catalogues.
Step 5: add your catalogue details which include the catalogue name, start and expiry date etc. When you have done this, click on publish.
If you would like to register using their website, follow the steps below:
Step 1: go to the Guzzle website at www. Guzzle.co.za
Step 2: navigate the web page to find either the ‘register’ button or the ‘create account’ button. The register button is situated at the upper right-hand corner of the page, and then create account button is situated under the login button. Both buttons serve the same purpose.
Step 3: whichever button you choose, you will have to create an account by entering your email address, password, first and last name. You will also have to accept the terms and conditions of the website.
Step 4: when you have done all of these, click on the create account button that is bold and highlighted.
Once you are registered with Guzzle, you can receive alerts on the product specials that are available, and you can also add comments to the products and be a part of a large specials’ community on either the application or the website.
South African retailers working with Guzzle
Some of your favourite brands and stores, and small businesses are a part of the large Guzzle network of retailers and share their product catalogues on the platform. Below is a list of some South African retailers that are working with Guzzle:
- Avroy Shlain
- Checkers Hyper
- Auto Zone
- Pick n Pay
- Leroy Merlin
- Food Lovers market
- Bra N things
- Bridge & Co
- Breys Meat Market
- Belleville furnitures
- Black flavour
- Blue-collar white collar
- by CARA
- Chikro food market
- Cherry melon
- Chocolates by Tomes
- Choice Clothing
- Pick And Plant online nursery etc
Added to this, there are many more stores and small businesses that publish a catalogue of products on the Guzzle website for customers to view and compare the prices of these stores.
Here is what we hope you take away from this article:
- Guzzle is an online platform that allows businesses and stores to publish a catalogue of the product’s specials and their duration.
- Customers get the chance to compare prices and make the best possible choice, helping them save time and money.
- To be able to publish a catalogue of product specials on Guzzle, you would have to be registered with Guzzle and you can do that by following the steps listed above.
- Remember that Guzzle does not sell products and doesn’t interfere with the buying and selling of the products. It only allows the customer to know what product special each store is offering.
We trust you have found this article helpful. And the information contained here will help you make more informed choices and improve your overall shopping experience. Suppose you have any questions or worries regarding how Guzzle works. Please visit the “frequently asked questions” section of their website for related questions or go ahead to ask a question of your own. You may also choose to contact them using the contact information below:
Cape Town, NA – South Africa, South Africa
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
021 468 7258