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Details are sketchy, but you can currently buy a £10 Tesco gift card for £5 (can be used online or in-store) at Mighty Deals*. Your gift card will be sent in the post. Use it in-store or scratch off the PIN number to use online at Tesco Direct. Supply's limited, so this could end at any time.
Unfortunately this deal came in very late Tue pm, and we don’t have the full T&Cs in the way we normally like - there are very few of them on the site, we’ve garnered this info off the few sources we have. Tomorrow (Wed) we will check it out in detail, but if you do it meantime, please double check it's suitable for you.
How can it do these types of deals?
The likelihood is (not confirmed) that these are loss leading deals deliberately done to buy in more people on its membership list, rather than a cheap deal negotiated with the supplier.
Warning! Please read this before purchasing
1) Mighty Deals is part of the Money Expert website NOT us MoneySavingExpert. Due to the name similarity, many people confuse it with us. Yet there's no connection between us whatsoever, we are entirely separate.
Please don’t do this if you think "it's an MSE deal, it’ll be fine". We're just telling you about a deal on another site, not vouching for it.
2) Mighty Deals has previously had poor feedback. In the past, there has been some poor feedback in the MSE forums about this company. We asked our users their opinion of a number of daily deals sites earlier this year, including Mighty Deals. See the poll results. However when we have featured widespread deals like this one in the past, the results have been fine.
For previous deals, we asked Mighty Deals to provide an email address you can use should any issues arise - email@example.com. Mighty Deals says it will respond within 24 hours.
While we hope everyone gets this deal as planned, please be aware that nothing is ever 100% guaranteed. Please let us know how you get on in the MSE forum.
Normally, sign up for King of Shaves' Hyperglide subscription and it's 1p for sign-up and £5.99 for an initial delivery of a razor handle and three cartridges. You'll then receive monthly or bi-monthly deliveries of three cartridges for £5.99 per delivery.
However, we've 6,000 each of two codes to get this even cheaper.
Both codes will appear here at 1pm, Thu 24 Jul.
We delay publishing the codes as our weekly email takes over 12 hours to send to everyone, so we want to make it fair.
The codes then need to be used by 11.59pm, Thu 31 Jul. Here's what the codes do.
Code 1: Get 1p razor handle and three cartridges
Add the Hyperglide subscription to your basket and enter the code to get your initial delivery of a razor handle and three cartridges for just 1p (normally £6).
Code 2: Get £1 off EVERY subsequent delivery
Enter the second code in the same place to get every subsequent delivery of three cartridges for £4.99, (normally £5.99). These deliveries will be either every month or every two months, depending on which plan you choose.
Important! Once you've purchased, you will be signed up to a subscription offer, meaning your card will be charged (£4.99 per delivery if you've used Code 2, £5.99 per delivery if you haven't) every time you receive a delivery until you cancel.
You can cancel at any time without the need to give notice, so if you just want the 1p package, you can unsubscribe after your first payment.
The first offer for a razor handle and three cartridges for 1p is cracking and obviously much cheaper than standard razor prices.
We also think the second offer for three cartridges for £4.99 per delivery is also a good price - the next cheapest we found for these three cartridges was £9.99 at Boots - it's £4.99 for one cartridge. Shave often enough to get through at least three cartridges every two months and this is a decent saving.
The product itself is fairly new on the market, but most of the reviews we found were very positive, including these ones on the Boots website.
Get the code from VoucherCodes* and enter it online at Topman by 11.59pm, Sun 27 Jul and get 15% off both full-price items and those in the up to 70% off sale. Delivery's £4 or collect in-store for free.
Enter the code 10EXTRA online at Evans* by Sun 27 Jul and you'll get an extra 10% off items in the up to 60% off sale. Delivery's £3.95 or collect in-store for free.
Enter the code SALETREAT online at Tesco F&F Clothing* by Sun 27 Jul and get an extra 10% off sale items. Delivery's £3.95 or collect in-store for free. Can't be used on full-price items.
Enter the code COOL online at The Body Shop* by 9am, Tue 29 Jul and get £10 off when you spend £25 or more, or £25 off when you spend £50 or more. Delivery's £2.99. You can also get the offer in-store by showing the code on the Body Shop homepage on your smartphone by Sun 27 Jul.
Excludes some items and stores. There's more info on those below.
Parcel2Go is a parcel delivery middleman which bulk-buys postage slots from big delivery agencies, then sells them to the public. Newbies to Parcel2Go* can enter the code OFFERFREE to get £10 off deliveries anywhere in the world. Even better there’s no minimum spend so if delivery is £10 or under (which it often is for smaller, lighter parcels), it’ll be free.
There's no limit on the number of people that can use the code, but it's one per household. It’s valid till Tue 22 Jul for delivery anywhere, from Tunbridge Wells to Timbuktu. Prices are listed without VAT, so do factor that in.
Who does the delivery?
Couriers Parcel2Go lists include: MyHermes, Hermes, Collect+, Parcelforce, Yodel, City Link, UPS, TNT & more. You’ll be able to choose which courier you want to use before you confirm delivery.
You're getting the same service as if you went direct via the courier. However, it’s Parcel2Go that will deal with enquiries and sort out compensation claims.
It includes a standard level of compensation with every parcel, which is up to £20 or £50 depending on the courier. If your parcel is worth more than £50 you can take out extra cover. But you can’t use the £10 off code to get a discount on the cover, you’ll need to pay for it separately.
Go with a delivery company you've heard of and are happy to use. If the difference is only a few pennies, it may be better to go with the established company with a reputation than a totally unknown name.
For an idea of customer service, see an MSE poll we ran in January on which firms have the best and worst feedback. Also see our Cheap Parcel Delivery forum discussion & Cheap Parcel Delivery guide for more help.
Do check if your item is covered by its compensation scheme, not all items are.
Is Parcel2Go any good?
This is the first time we've featured a deal from Parcel2Go and we've seen mixed feedback on how it deals with its customers in the forum. Because of this, we’ve asked Parcel2Go to set up a dedicated email address for MSE users. Should any issues arise contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
While we hope everyone gets this deal as planned and we've arranged with Parcel2Go to put extra measures in place for you, please be aware that nothing is ever 100% guaranteed. Please let us know how you get on in the MSE Forum.
The price you pay does not include any duties, customs or taxes that the delivery may incur. The code is not valid on parcels being sent between foreign countries.
If you're sending more than one parcel to the same address, the £10 discount will apply to both parcels. However, if you're sending more than one parcel to different addresses the discount will only apply to the cheapest parcel.
Parcel2Go is currently running another code on their site for this offer, but it could be withdrawn at any time.
Print a coupon from Supersavvyme's coupon page to get £2 off a Gillette Fusion ProGlide razor at Tesco till Tue 29 Jul.
Print a coupon from Purina Pro Plan's page to get £3 off Duo Délice dog food by 31 Dec 2014. The coupon’s for packs of 2.5kg or larger. We found the cost of the 2.5kg pack to be around £14.95. Can’t be used with other offers.
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We have little feedback on Wrapp but it was founded in 2011 and its board directors include the co-founders of Skype and LinkedIn so it has decent backing. Of course, as you don’t need to give payment details for this deal, the risk is minimal.
To cover the cost of p&p, you'd need to spend £40+ with the code, otherwise buying in-store's cheaper.
Go to the Amazon Discount Finder and choose your department. Next, pick your discount and price range and choose whether you want free delivery. The tool will then generate a bespoke page full of discounts which fit your search terms.
Amazon often offers 75% and better reductions, yet it directs people to other areas, sending them to higher profit margin products instead.
This tool manipulates Amazon's web links to display all heavily-reduced bargains.
Before spending, use Martin's Mantras. If you answer 'NO' to any, Don't buy!
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