Secure payments and prices

Definition of our prices and promotions

In the past, the purchase prices of our products were defined annually by our suppliers. From now on, the prices change continuously, this means that we adapt our prices each time we receive goods.

But this does not change our policy, we adapt our prices up and down to always offer you the most correct price.

That's why Cakelicious promotions and coupon codes are not commonplace. Every month, we thank our "best customers" with a 10% coupon for their next order (valid for 1 month). We like to thank people who take the time to give us feedback on customer review platforms (Google and King-avis for example). That's why we regularly draw from the customer review lists to offer additional 10% off coupons.

We also have several product lines that have sliding scale prices depending on the quantity ordered. Trays, boxes and deco melts are good examples of products that regularly have discount prices activated. If you see the following icon superimposed on the product image, this indicates that you can get a discount based on the quantity ordered.

Here is another example of sliding scale pricing.

Volume discount prices

Secure invoices and payments

Thanks to our different partners, you have the choice between several means of payment.

Postfinance cards, credit cards like Mastercard and VISA are managed and processed by our partner Postfinance. When you receive your order confirmations, the payment method will be indicated as "Postfinance".

We deal directly with the partners described below, so their names will appear in your payment confirmations. These are for example the electronic payment methods Paypal and Twint.

We also have a partner who allows us to offer you the invoice, it is Swissbilling. Unlike other payments, fees will be added depending on the options chosen. The minimum fee with the invoice by mail is 1.80 CHF.

When you choose to pay by invoice, you will have to accept the general terms and conditions of this partner which you can already consult under this link:

Here is a link to the up to date Swissbilling GTC.

As well as their privacy policy :