Iceland Phone Numbers

Iceland Free Customer Service Direct Number:
0800 328 0800
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Iceland Customer Services Number 0800 328 0800 +44 800 328 0800

 Iceland Customer Service

For all your queries, you can contact the Iceland customer care team by dialing the Iceland customer services number 0800 328 0800. The phone lines are open from Monday – Friday 8.00am – 9.00pm, Saturday 8.00am – 8.00pm and Sunday 8.00am – 6.00pm. However, orders can only be placed online through the website.

The facebook teams are also available for handling the queries from Mon- Sat 7am-9pm and on Sun 8am-8pm. They make sure to respond back within 24 hours. If the queries are posted outside these hours, then also they make sure to respond back as early as possible.

For the business related queries also, you need to call the Iceland switchboard number 0800 328 0800

The Iceland customer care team can also be contacted online by filling the details via the page https://www.iceland.co.uk/contact-us/#contactPost

The contact can also be made via fax at the Iceland fax number 01244 814531

Iceland Contact Address

The customers have the option to get in touch with the Iceland team by mail service as well. You can do so by writing a letter and sending it to Iceland contact address. You are required to add your personal contact details in the letter posted so that the team can contact you on your mentioned address or contact number as soon as possible.

Iceland Foods Ltd., Second Avenue, Deeside Industrial Park, Deeside, Flintshire, United, Kingdom CH5 2NW

Iceland Bonus Card

Bonus card helps to save money while shopping. If you would like to order the Iceland bonus card, or wish to make any changes in the details, you need to call the Iceland contact number 0800 328 0800

Iceland Store Finder

You can check for the nearest Iceland stores via the Iceland store finder link http://www.iceland.co.uk/store-finder/.  You just need to enter the city name or the postcode and the search begins.

Iceland Feedback Form

The company always encourages the users to provide their feedback or suggestions to improve. You can mention the details via Iceland feedback form page http://help.iceland.co.uk/forums/192743-suggestions-feedback

Iceland Delivery

Deliveries are normally done from Monday to Saturday between 11am and 7pm. Some stores might deliver on Sunday as well. Home Delivery is offered when you spend £20 or more in store. Regarding the online orders, if they are above £35.0, they will be delivered for free. You can make any changes in the delivery date or time by logging in online, or can contact the Iceland delivery store or can call the Iceland customer helpline on 0800 328 0800

Iceland Investor Relations

If you would like to have details for the financial statements, you can access the investor relations page via the link https://investors.iceland.co.uk/auth/login/

For any kind of registration enquiries, you can send in the requests at the Iceland customer service email [email protected]

Iceland Foods Charitable Foundation

If you want to send a support request, you can send by email at Iceland email contact [email protected] or by online via Iceland food charitable foundation page http://www.ifcf.org.uk/

Iceland Customer Complaints

If you have any complaints for the Iceland products or services, you can contact the Iceland customer care team by dialing the Iceland customer complaints number 0800 328 0800 from Mon-Fri 8am-9pm, Sat 8am-8pm and Sun 8am-6pm; or can fill in the details in the Iceland feedback form via the link http://help.iceland.co.uk/forums/192743-suggestions-feedback

You can send this form to the above mentioned Iceland contact address.

If you not happy with the resolution given by the company, you can escalate the matter to the European Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) provider. They can be contacted via the link http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/Iceland Official Website
https://www.Iceland.co.uk/

Iceland is the frozen food experts delivering quality food at clear cut prices with a wide range from pizzas to ready meals. It has around 850 stores throughout the United Kingdom. The customer support team aims to provide the best possible service and will try to help and assist with any queries.

11 thoughts on “Iceland Phone Numbers”

  1. Hi , I’m sorry to bother you customerservicecontactnumber, but can you PLEASE tell me how to forward this to the right department. as Muslims in the UK we shop a lot at Iceland i like to ask if please bring in a HALAL RANGE in the frozen food department the community would buy a lot of HALAL products chicken breast chicken nuggets etc etc.
    Thanking you

  2. Why do Iceland have no smaller trollies they are very handy for people who cannot bend down to the great big ones you have

  3. New line of yogurts made by British milk there is no tractor mark on them how do we no then if it is British milk thanks nigel

  4. Receiving food item with foreign material .compensated with an Iceland voucher .go to the shop and told they are no longer accepting vouchers .
    Also an online shop that took over 3 days to be delivered , inconvenienced greatly and left with no dinner for my children
    And no communication
    I’ve been waiting a long time for complaints

  5. This message is for Kirsty Wood who has been dealing with my complaint.

    Good morning Kirsty

    Sorry I have not been in touch, I have been on annual leave, I will take a photo of the bike and send it to you.

    But I have to say I have taken advice on this matter and it looks like your employee left the scene of an accident, if this matter is not dealt with soon I will be taking formal legal advice.

    It would be much better if you could send someone to look and the bike as a photo really don’t show the damage, it needs to be pushed for someone to explain the fault.

  6. I shop in iceland manchester road bolton alot and always was in on the 21 Aug 2018 I was at the checkout waiting to be served there was an young Indian couple before me the young girl on the till was chatting away with them helping to pack there shopping soon as it came to my turn she didn’t comunicate ask me if I needed any bags I got them myself as she pointed over to them the other couple she got the bags for them I’m disabled with crippling athritus and have it in both my hands never help me put the shopping in some of the bags as they always do that when I shop there saw her looking at my hands as iv got phoriasis all over them I’m not happy at all as some of the things I bought were very heavy might shop elswere as other supermarket always help even b&m next door know me as I go.in alot 

  7. Dear Sir,
    We are unable to lodge this complaint on their website.We are daily customers at the local Hayes super market market. On the 28th April, we had purchased 2Nos Double Pepperoni pasta melts along with other products which our sons love. But this time they took up sick after consuming same.This included diarrhea and vomiting and as a consequence were not able to attend school and work. I will try once again to send this to their customer support page and will update about their answer!

  8. Dear
    I’m just writing to let you know that how great my chest freezer is I have had it for 32 or 33 years bought it in a Iceland shop when I lived in London and the only thing that doesn’t work on it is the light but it’s still going strong best thing I have ever bought so thank you
    Yours sincerely

  9. On 01/07/2019 at approximately 15.30 I walked into Iceland Holloway
    Immediately the African security guard was so clearly ale
    I dare say that CCTV would attest to that
    He stayed at adjacent angles to me for the first part of my shopping. CCTV will show me looking at him
    Having not found tinned fish in mustard I left. Two meters beyond the door I was tapped on the shoulder by the security officer in the high vision yellow vest. With him were three burly members of staff at the ready supporting his subtle combat posture, apparent to me as an ex martial arts instructor
    He asked me if I had paid for the goods in my rucksack. He was domineering and as I rebuked him he became verbally aggressive and intimidating . I told him twice to call the police. My stance was in fact nervous angst as I am disabled with an external catheter attached to my chest
    Sir I am a brown skinned londoner ,55 years old; 35 of which I have worked in security including high st stores. I am qualified to recognise racial profiling and rudeness
    Consequetly too uncomfortable to use Iceland Holloway for the foreseeable future I urge them – train that staff to be more professional

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