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We use the following cookies:
You can find more information about the individual cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them in the table below:
|Cookie Name||Purpose||More information|
|ASP.NET_SessionId||Used by .NET to track session variables.||Session specific.|
|panelStateCookie||Created if the user clicks "continue" in the cookie panel.||Permanent.|
|panelStateCountdown||Used to track the show/hide status of the countdown panel at the bottom of the site.||Not permanent.|
|yourAuthCookie||Used to track login status of current user.||Not permanent.|
|CompletedOrderId||GUID reference for order completed.||Not permanent.|
|CouponInformation||Holds coupon information for basket, if used.||Not permanent.|
|OrderId||The ID of the current basket. Used by the shop basket. This is how the system knows that you have a basket if you close your browser without completing the transaction and come back later on.||Not permanent but lasts a few days.|
|OrderNumber||The current order number.|
|PaymentOrderId||Used by the payment gateway interaction.||Not permanent.|
|TransaactionId||Used by the payment gateway interaction.||Not permanent.|
|alias||Used by the shop to know which language shop is being used.||Not permanent.|
|These 4 cookies are used for the Facebook "Like" button.||Please see Facebook documentation for details.|
40 additional cookies added by Google.
|Used for the "Plus 1" button to track what a user clicks on.|
|Used for the "Tweet this page" link.|
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Except for essential cookies, all cookies will expire after one calendar month.