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Benefit logo'Free' £10 mini eyebrow gel at BenefitWith £12.50 brow wax. Profits donated to charity

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If you book a £12.50 brow wax at Benefit boutiques and concessions (find your nearest)  until Sun 30 Apr, you can get a free 'Gimme Brow' mini 1.5g eyebrow gel, worth £10 based on full 3g size at Debenhams, in your choice of colour (subject to availability).

This is part of Benefit’s annual charity campaign and all profits from your brow wax will be donated to two charities: Refuge, and Look Good, Feel Better.

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Benefit logoFREE £11.50 Benefit brow wax*On your birthday at Benefit counters in Debenhams

Ongoing

If you sign up to the free Debenhams* 'Beauty Club' loyalty card, on your birthday you can get a free brow wax (norm £11.50) at participating Debenhams stores with a Benefit counter, see 'more info' for a full list.

You'll need to bring your Beauty Club card and proof of your date of birth to claim the freebie, which must be done within four weeks of your birthday. Benefit suggests booking in advance

What else does the loyalty card get me?

You can get free delivery (norm £3.49) with the code from your welcome email, and you can show your card in store to receive free samples and/or makeovers depending on the beauty counter you visit. You'll also be able to collect three points per £1 spent on beauty & beauty electricals or fragrance. Once you've got 500 points, you can get £5 off a future purchase (see full T&Cs*). 

More info

Participating stores include: Basildon, Basingstoke, Belfast, Birmingham, Blanchardstown, Bristol, Cardiff, Chelmsford, Foyleside, Cork Patrick Street, Dublin Henry Street, Plymouth, Glasgow, Gloucester, Salisbury, Hull, Leeds White Rose, Leeds City Centre, Leicester, Limerick, Liverpool, Luton, Mahon Point, Manchester, Meadowhall, Merry Hill, Metro Centre, Southend, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Sutton, Oxford Street, Middlesborough, Silverburn, Portsmouth, Preston, Romford, Bournemouth, Colchester, Stirling, Sunderland, Harrow, Swansea, Trafford Centre, Waterford, Oxford, Aberdeen, Swansea and Dundee.

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Benefit logo'Free' £7ish Benefit 'They're Real' mascara miniFreebie on the cover of Elle magazine (£4.30)

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If you buy the March edition of Elle magazine (£4.30, Emma Watson on the front) by Mon 20 Mar, on the cover you'll find a free 3ml Benefit 'They're Real' mini mascara.

We calculated the freebie to be worth £6.88 based on the full-size 8.5ml product, which is £19.50 at Look Fantastic. As this product is worth more than the magazine, it's worth picking up even if you don't want to read the magazine if you usually buy the mascara (but obviously, it's better value if you do read it!).

We asked Elle, and it told us subscribers should also receive the freebie.

The March edition of Elle is also available bundled together with Cosmopolitan magazine (norm £1) for £4.50 in selected stores, eg, Asda - but you still get the freebie, so it’s worth looking out for.

Benefit logoBenefit 20% off*Black Friday online discount code. Cosmetics and skincare

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If you go online to make-up and skincare brand Benefit* you can get 20% off with the code BLACK20 until 11.59pm on Mon 28 Dec. Delivery's from £1.99.

The code excludes kits and sale products, so it's likely products could be cheaper elsewhere when the cost of postage is added.

Important: Don’t allow yourself to be taken in by the hype around Black Friday and sucked into buying something you don’t need or can’t afford. And always do your own price comparisons to ensure you are getting the best deal possible – don’t just take a retailer’s word for it.

For the rest of our Black Friday deals and analysis, see our Black Friday 2016 Deals page.

Boots logo£30 Benefit beauty gift set (worth £42)*In stores & online. Part of the Boots 'Star Gift' Xmas promo

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If you go online to Boots* or visit one of its stores by 11.59pm on Thu 13 Oct, you can get a Benefit 'Gals Just Wanna Have Fun' minis kit for £29.50, with contents worth £42 if bought separately, subject to availability. 

This is part of Boots' annual 'Star Gift' Christmas promotion, which is popular in the MSE forum each year. Each week it releases an offer on a different gift product in the lead up to Christmas.

The Benefit 'Gals Just Wanna Have Fun' set includes:

  • Benetint mini, 4ml, worth £8.17 based on full-size 12ml product at Look Fantastic.
  • They’re Real mascara in 'Beyond Black' fun size, 3g, worth £6.88 based on full-size 8.5g product at Look Fantastic.
  • Gimme Brow in 'Medium 03' fun size, 1g, worth £6.17 based on full-size 3g product at Look Fantastic.
  • Hoola fun size, 3g, worth £8.81 based on full-size 8g product at Look Fantastic.
  • Eyeshadow in 'Nude Swings', 'Gilt-y Pleasure' and 'Kiss Me I’m Tipsy', all 0.8g, worth £12.40 based on full-size 3g products at Feel Unique.
  • Hard-angled mini brush, not normally sold separately.
  • Powder mini brush, not normally sold separately.

Delivery's £3.50 if you order online, or you can collect in a store for free. Boots wasn't able to give us an indication of stock levels, so go quick if you want this.

Check out the Boots Star Gift thread in the MSE forum to keep up to date with what's next.

Benefit logo'Free' £4ish Benefit 'Dew the Hoola' miniFreebie on the cover of Elle magazine

Expired

If you buy the September edition of Elle magazine (£4.10, Kristen Stewart on the front) by Mon 19 Sep, on the cover you'll find a free 5ml Benefit 'Dew the Hoola' mini liquid bronzer.

We calculated the freebie to be worth £3.75 based on the full-size 30ml product at John Lewis. As this product is worth less than the magazine, it's only worth buying if you'd purchase the magazine anyway.

We asked Elle, and it told us subscribers should also receive the freebie.

Benefit logo'Free' £6ish Benefit brow gel linerFreebie on the cover of Glamour mag (£2)

Expired

If you buy the August edition of Glamour magazine by Mon 8 Aug (£2, Zoe Saldana on the front), you'll get one of two Benefit 'Gimmie Brow' eyebrow gels on the cover. Glamour has told us this is a limited edition magazine only available with the freebie in major supermarkets.

You'll get one of two shades:

  • 01 Light 1g - for blonde/fair eyebrows, worth about £5.55 based on the full-sized (3g) £16.65 version at Debenhams
  • 05 Deep 1g - for brunette/darker eyebrows, worth about £5.55 based on the full-sized (3g) £16.65 version at Debenhams

As these products are worth more than the magazine price, if you want one it could be worth buying the magazine even if you don’t want to read it, as it's cheaper than buying the product directly. You may have to root around the shelf to find a specific freebie.

Glamour says subscribers will get a freebie but won't get a choice.

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