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Cookies

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file which is stored on your computer when you visit a website. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognise a user's device. This can be very helpful for things like remembering your preferences, saving passwords, keeping track of your ecommerce basket, or ensuring you see only relevant adverts or messaging. Regarding to our cookies, the processing of your personal data will be in compliance with our Privacy Policy, which you can consult by clicking here.

Our cookies

The cookies on https://www.dfsspain.com are not harmful and are used to make your browsing experience better by providing better site functionality and customised experiences.

The table below shows a list of all of the cookies on https://www.dfsspain.com and how we use them.

Cookie Name Purpose
PHPSESSID This is the cookie we use to know that you are the same person each time you load a page. We use this to save your choices when browsing the site and to add products to your basket or My Favourites account. Without this cookie, none of these features would work.
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These are cookies stored for Google Analytics, which allows us to know how many people have been on the site and which pages have been viewed. All data for this is stored anonymously as statistics, so you can't be identified from a visit.
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fsr.r
These cookies are used for the ForeSee customer survey. Some visitors may have the option to fill in a survey to help us improve the site for all users. These cookies allow us to send this option to just a few visitors and remember their answers – and also to remember when they do not want to fill it out.
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veedeskDFS
These cookies are necessary for the optional Vee24 live chat service to work. This service allows you to talk to a DFS customer service representative to help you with any questions while you are on the site.
Facebook
Twitter
These are cookies set by Facebook.com and Twitter.com. They are necessary for the Facebook "like" and Twitter "tweet" buttons to work on the product pages. If you'd like more information about these, please visit https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/your-info-on-other#socialplugin and https://twitter.com/privacy
Doubleclick
AdInsight
Criteo
These are third party cookies. These are used to provide you with personalised ads when you visit other websites, though they store no personal information.

Managing our cookies

You can manage the cookies stored at http://www.dfsspain.com by giving or withdrawing your consent when you log our website for the first time, by selecting the options of the cookie consent banner by clicking here after clearing your browsing data, as follows:

Chrome

  1. In Chrome, Press CTRL-Shift-Delete (Windows), Command-Shift-Delete (Mac) or CTRL-H then click ‘Clear Browsing Data’.
  2. Select how far back you wish to remove browsing data from the dropdown.
  3. Select from the list which types of browsing data to remove – to remove just cookies, select the option labelled ‘Cookies and other site and plugin data’.
  4. Click on Clear Browsing Data.

Firefox

  1. In Firefox, press CTRL-Shift-Delete (Windows), Command-Shift-Delete (Mac).
  2. Select how far back you wish to remove browsing data from the dropdown.
  3. Select from the list which types of browsing data to remove – to remove just cookies, select the option labelled ‘Cookies’
  4. Click on Clear Now.

Internet Explorer 10+

  1. In Internet Explorer, press CTRL-Shift-Delete.
  2. Select from the list which types of browsing data to remove – to remove just cookies, select the option labelled ‘Cookies and Website Data’.
  3. Click Delete.

Opera

  1. In Opera, press CTRL-Shift-Delete (Windows), Command-Shift-Delete (Mac).
  2. Select how far back you wish to remove browsing data from the dropdown.
  3. Select from the list which types of browsing data to remove – to remove just cookies, select the option labelled ‘Cookies and other site data'.
  4. Click Clear browsing data.

Safari 8.0+

  1. In the top menu, click Safari, then click Preferences.
  2. In the Preferences window, click the Advanced tab.
  3. At the bottom of the window, select the Show Develop menu in menu bar checkbox.
  4. Return to the Safari menu bar and click the Develop option.
  5. Select the Empty Caches link.

On mobile phones or tablets

Safari (iOS)

  1. Open your Settings app.
  2. Tap ‘Safari’.
  3. Tap ‘Clear History and Website Data’ and confirm.
  4. Close Safari fully and re-open to finish.

Chrome (Android & iOS)

  1. Tap Chrome menu, then tap Settings.
  2. Tap (Advanced) Privacy.
  3. From the “Time Range” drop-down menu, choose ‘All Time’.
  4. Check ‘Cookies and Site data’ from the list of options on what to clear.
  5. Tap ‘Clear Data’.
  6. Close Chrome fully and re-open to finish.

Other Android Web Browsers

Note – these steps are intentionally broad to cover as many browsers as possible. You may find that some of the buttons mentioned below are different, in such instances, clicking ‘Clear Cache’ or ‘Clear Browsing Data’ options might provide the required result.

  1. Visit Settings, and choose Apps (on some devices, this may be ‘Application Manager’).
  2. Swipe to the ‘All’ tab.
  3. In the list of installed apps, find and tap on your web browser application.
  4. Tap ‘Clear Data’, then tap ‘Clear Cache’.
  5. Close your web browser application fully and re-open to finish.

Your privacy

Banner advertisements are presented to you on other chosen websites based upon your browsing history of https://www.dfsspain.com, and this service uses cookies.

The data contained in these advertising cookies is anonymous and does not contain personal information, nor do any of the cookies used on https://www.dfsspain.com.