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The rise of click and collect for online shoppers

2 May 2014 Last updated at 09:46 BST

If the last few years have been all about the rise of shopping online and then having the goods delivered, the big growth at the moment is in ordering online, and then collecting.

John Lewis says it will open a store at St Pancras station in London where the only thing you can do is collect items you have ordered online.

Supermarkets like Asda and Tesco already offer services where you can pick up groceries at Tube stations.

Both also offer a service where you can collect from the store's car park - and in some cases you do not even have to get out of your car.

Andy Street, Managing Director of John Lewis said it had been "an absolute phenomenon".

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