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By Sarah Ward
October 11, 2020
By Sarah Ward
October 11, 2020

Usually, when Jungle Collective hosts one of its huge sales in Brisbane, it fills a Coorparoo warehouse with indoor plants — and jungle vibes. But on Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25, it's going virtual with its weird and wonderful pieces of greenery instead.

Whether you're after a hanging pot plant, some palms for the garden or a giant Bird of Paradise, chances are you'll find it here. You'll just be doing your shopping online via the Jungle Collective website rather than heading in-store. Generally, more than 170 different species tend to be on offer in-person — so here's hoping that hefty range makes the virtual jump.

While this is a 100-percent online event, tickets work in a similar way as Jungle Collective's physical sales. Due to expected demand, it'll be held in multiple sessions — with your ticket specifying when you'll need to hop online and start buying. Virtual shoppers will need to register for free tickets in advance from midday on Monday, October 19.

As for deliveries, your plants will make their way to you over the following week from Sunday, October 31, with more details given when you make your purchase. Delivery costs $15–40 depending on your area, with orders within 25 kilometres driving distance nabbing free delivery if you spend $100 — and everyone living further away getting $15 off.

Or, from its September sale onwards, Jungle Collective is also doing pick-ups as well. You'll just need to be able to head to its Coorparoo digs from 1–5pm on Tuesday, November 3.


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