A look forward into 2017

2016 was a great year for us at fish palace. We welcomed many enthusiastic new members and widened our offering of seafood.

Saturday deliveries

We have exciting plans for 2017. Perhaps the most important is to commence routine Saturday deliveries starting from Easter. So – the many amongst you who decide on Friday to serve six lobster tails on a Saturday… we look forward to hearing from you.


We also plan to launch a subscription service which will give you a wide range of options for regular fish deliveries without you needing to comb through our website each month. Would you fancy eight servings of healthy oily fish a month? A dozen large kippers every eight weeks? How about a celebrity shellfish package for a slapup meal once a quarter? We’ll be offering a wide range of both budget and timing options and you’ll pay up to 15% less than website prices.

Tasting panel

We’re thinking of inviting our very best customers to join a Fish Society Tasting Panel. You’ll be the first to see our new lines and we’ll be thanking you with some free samples.

Growing competition prize

Finally, we’re getting a bit bored with your performance in our Where Is This Fish? competition (which is in our marketing email each week). You’re just not trying hard enough. So have another look, because we’ll be increasing the prize by £100 a month until July, which would take it to £1,000 worth of vouchers. Now, that would make a very fine fish feast. Here’s a clue – we estimate that at least 100 million people know the answer. But, we confess, not many of them live in the UK.

All the best for 2017.



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