Cookies and tracking


Last Updated: 24/05/2018

Cookie Policy Version: C18.1

  • We/Us/Our (Flubit Limited)
  • You/Your (the human user of Our website or service)

What are cookies?

Cookies are tiny text files which are stored on Your computer when You visit certain web pages. We (and almost all other websites) use these to keep track of certain actions You take, for example: what You have in Your basket, and to remember You when You return to Our website site.

It’s important to note that the cookies We use do not harm Your computer in any way and We do not store personally identifiable information in the cookies We create.

If You’d like to read more information about what cookies are and how they’re used please visit:

In some cases, You may find cookies stored by selected partners We work with for remarketing purposes. You may manage these cookies by visiting the Network Advertising Initiative Website where You can choose to opt out of specific cookies. We also allow You to control some key privacy settings on by visiting:

Some browsers such as Google Chrome also offer a feature called Do Not Track (DNT), which tells websites not to send cookie information to Your browser so that that You cannot by remarketed to. To Manage Your DNT settings please refer to Your browser’s cookie and privacy settings.


Settings > Advanced > Privacy and security


Settings > Safari > Privacy & Policy

Android Browsers

Settings > Device > Applications > Internet > Privacy

For all other browsers, please refer to online help guides.


More information on Our cookies

We store cookies on Your computer so We can do things like remember Your basket items, product interests and know when You last visited the website. These cookies do not hold any personally identifying information and We only store them for as long as is needed.

Please note that Our cookies are designed to help provide a functional and tailored shopping experience. You may opt-out from this service by updating Your browser settings. Please refer to Do Not Track browser settings detailed above.

Here is a list of the cookies We store and a brief overview of what they do:


This cookie allows Us to understand how You arrived at and monitor which of Our marketing tools are most effective.


This cookie is used as part of Our Google analytics integration to understand visitor flow throughout the site.


An integration with Treasure Data which allows Us to understand further generic visitor flow to more complex areas of the site such as site search and checkout flow.


We use as Our payment processor. This cookie is required to understand basket and checkout flow throughout the site.


This cookie is used as part of Our Google Analytics integration to understand visitor flow throughout the site.


We use logging aggregator Loggly to compile any error logs which are experienced on the site.


This cookie is used to understand the user state throughout the site and handle logged in user functions.


Third party cookies

In some cases, You will find third party cookies stored on Your computer from one or more of Our trusted partners below.

Targeted advertising

We work with several advertising platforms that provide targeted advertising solutions. You can Your privacy settings for individual partners below.


We use Microsoft’s Bing advertising platform to deliver targeted ads across the entire Microsoft product suite. You may opt out of this targeted service by updating Your privacy setting at the link below.


We use Facebook to deliver targeted advertisement based on Your interests shared with the platform. You can manage all Your privacy setting for the platform at the link below.


We use Twitter to deliver targeted ads based on Your interests on the network. You can manage Your advertising settings at the link below.


Manage Your targeted advertising settings for the entire google product suite including YouTube and Chrome browser at the link below.

Analytical cookies

You may also find cookies stored on Your computer which allows Us to track Your engagement with various campaigns provided by one of Our trusted partners or affiliates programmes. These cookies are used to track success campaigns and do not store any personally identifiable information.  If You would not like to be tracked for analytical purposes, You can disable sending of cookie data within Your browser.

You may also wish to read Our Privacy Policy to view  a list of out trusted of third party partners that may store cookies to help use gauge performance of marketing campaigns.

We will update Our Cookie Policy from time to time and We suggest You check back as We may not always notify You of changes.

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