BHS Contact Number

By Dan T on 26/01/2017 in Retail

 0843 903 1125

Calls to this number will cost 7p per minute plus your phone provider’s access charge. This is a call connection service, we are not affiliated with BHS or British Home Stores.

BHS Contact Number

Call the BHS Contact number on 0843 903 1125British Home Stores, commonly abbreviated to BHS, was a multi-channel department store specialising in furniture, clothing and electronics.

What happened to BHS?

In 2016, British Home Stores went into administration and ceased trading after failed attempts to find a buyer for the company.

Now in 2019, the BHS name is licensed to LiteCraft – a high street name in household lighting. Many are hopeful the new partnership will help to revive this classic and iconic brand.

You can still call the BHS contact number for more information 0843 903 1125, lines are open Mon-Fri 9am-10pm, Sat 10am- 6pm, Sun 9am- 5pm. The customer care team are unable to answer any enquiries about the old BHS, but can help with all lighting enquiries and sales of their new stock.

About BHS

This well-known British store formed back in 1928 and had since made exponential growth. With numerous departments, it was easy for customers to get their hands on accessories, food, electricals and fashion for men, women and children.

Reasons to call BHS Customer Service Telephone Number

For more information, or a resolution to your problem simply call the BHS phone number and ask to speak to the team you need. If you’re unsure on exactly which department you need, don’t panic, the customer service team will take care of you.

You could give them a call for BHS complaints, BHS refunds or to request more information about their stock. You can also ask for more details on BHS stores and their location.

BHS Customer Care Opening Hours

The opening hours for their phone lines are 9am to 6pm, Monday to Sunday. If you struggle to get through on the above number you can try the official BHS number on 0333 733 1000.

Returning an item to BHS

Consumers can purchase online or in-store with peace of mind, as BHS offer a refund policy. You have 90 days from the day of your purchase to return your items. They must be the original packaging with all of the original labels.

It is possible to return using the new to you service.

  • Attach the return label to your item
  • Take your item to a local to you kiosk or desk/local Asda
  • Place in the returns drop box or give it to an Asda staff member
  • Keep your receipt and confirmation, you’ll then be able to track your delivery

Frequently Asked Questions

Rather than helplessly search for the closest store, why not see if somebody else has ran into your problem recently. You might be able to answer your question by reading some of the common questions about BHS.

What BHS Stores have closed, and which ones are still open?

With the recent takeover, many stores closed. But there are still a lot of stores open and the official BHS website is still running. They still specialise in the same areas and there’s nothing to worry about.

What BHS means?

Many people wonder what BHS actually stands for, as we previously mentioned, BHS is the abbreviation for British Home Stores.

Can I trust BHS clothing?

Yes, this retailer is renowned for providing luxurious items sure to add sophistication to all wardrobes,

How can I cancel my order at BHS?

Phone a BHS helpline and have your order reference number or confirmation at hand.

What is the BHS contact number?

You’ll see different numbers listed, choose the most relevant one to you and if you are unsure which one to use, phone the BHS customer services.

How do BHS use social media?

They constantly update customers on their latest news, stock and more. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter. It is also possible to get in contact with them via these accounts.

What is the BHS email address?

If you prefer to email rather than phone you can email BHS on [email protected].

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