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Boots logo'Free' Benefit mini eye liner at Boots*When you swap any old eye liner

10 days left

Go in-store to any Boots Benefit counter by Sat 13 Sep and exchange an old eye liner for a 'free' mini eye liner from its 'They're Real' range. The full size 1.4g version costs £18.50 and this sample is 0.1g, so we've calculated its value to be about £1.32.

We've seen product swaps in the the past from different brands where you get full-sized products instead of a sample. However, if you're passing a Boots store and you've got an old eyeliner, it's worth doing. 

Benefit says the exchanged eye liner can be any brand, and you can swap one that's almost finished. So to make the most of this deal, exchange an eye liner that you no longer use, or are about to throw away.

This offer's only available at Benefit counters in Boots. To find your nearest with a Benefit counter, use this store locator. Just enter your postcode and look through the results for the Boots listings.

It's one eye liner per person and stock is limited. There were 18,000 when the promotion started on Sat 30 Aug, but as these are spread across 134 stores, you'll need to go quick if you want one.

Boots logoBoots up to 50% off toys*Online and in-store sale

14 days left

Go online to Boots* or to your nearest store by Wed 17 Sep and get up to 50% off over 500 toys. Delivery for online buys is £2.95 or collect in-store for £1.95. The sale includes toys from Playmobil, Lego, v-Tech and Moshi Monsters. 

Bargains we found on Tue 26 Aug include Moshi Monsters Ghost Pirate Chest for £5 (was £10), Playmobil Police Helicopter for £12.49 (was £24.99) and Lego Ninja Turtles Turtle Lair for £25 (was £50).

Boots logoBoots 10 points (instead of 4) per £1 for over-60sJoin the free Boots Health Club, get a voucher, use it in-store

Age 60+
Boots Advantage cardholders aged 60 or over can get 10 Advantage Card points per £1 spent (usually 4 per £1) on Boots branded products by signing up to Boots Health Club. Once registered, you'll be sent a printable voucher via email to show in-store, with your Advantage card, for the extra points.
MSE Charlotte says:

Each point's worth 1p when redeemed on virtually any Boots-branded product in-store at Boots, so this is effectively a 10% discount on Boots branded items. Don't assume Boots is always cheapest though, if you can buy items 10%+ cheaper elsewhere, go there instead. See full Boost Loyalty Points guide for more Boots tips.

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