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From 10pm on Tue 25 Nov, enter the code F&FKG20 online at footwear retailer Kurt Geiger* (delivery’s £4.95) until 11.59pm on Sun 30 Nov for a 20% discount on everything, including sale items.
It’s valid on footwear, bags and accessories - not only from the Kurt Geiger range, but also other brands such as UGG, Michael Kors and Marc Jacobs. The only thing it excludes is gift cards.
Just enter the code at the online checkout or to get the discount in store, you’ll need to print this voucher or display it on your smartphone at the till.
From 7pm on Wed 26 Nov until 11.59pm on Thu 27 Nov, enter the code HAB25 online at home furnishings retailer Habitat* to get 25% off everything, including clearance items. Delivery starts from £4.95 and varies according to the size of the item(s) you're buying.
You can also get the offer in stores on Thu 27 Nov only, where the discount will be applied automatically at the till. There's only three stores (all located in London) so the online offer will probably best for most people. The code can't be used on home delivery charges or gift vouchers.
Ralph Lauren isn't exactly MoneySaving, but if you're going to buy it anyway, buy it when it's cheapest. The best bit about this code is it includes sale items, so there are big discounts to be found.
Codes off the luxury fashion brand Ralph Lauren are rare. But if you enter the MSE Blagged code MSERL online at Ralph Lauren* by 11.59pm on Wed 26 Nov you'll get 25% off most items on site and free delivery (norm £9.95), or 40% off if you spend £300 or more.
We compared prices with Ralph Lauren products at Asos and House of Fraser and the prices are similar on most items, so cheaper on Ralph Lauren with the code, but make sure you do your own comparisons first.
We checked online and found these big discounts:
The code isn't discounting some lines, including those which the proceeds go to charity. It won't work on Literacy styles, Pink Pony items, fragrances, Ricky bags, women's Collection items and gift cards.
If you're new to online food retailer Ocado*, register, shop online, and enter the MSE Blagged code VOU6454384 by Wed 31 Dec to get two cracking deals. Ocado delivery is only available in some parts of England and Wales, so check it delivers to your area*.
Here's what you get:
WARNING! The annual pass will auto-renew after 12 months at FULL PRICE (£69.99). If you don't want to continue at full whack, make sure you mark it in your diary to cancel by calling Ocado on 0345 656 1234.
One code per new Ocado account, and it can't be used with any other offer.
The annual midweek pass excludes deliveries on Tue 23 Dec and Wed 24 Dec, as well as Christmas deliveries next year between 22-24 Dec 2015.
Deliveries are limited to one per day.
Outdoor footwear and clothing retailer Hi-Tec is having a Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale, which officially starts on Friday, but we've blagged MoneySavers exclusive early access via the link below.
Go online to Hi-Tec* by 11.59pm on Mon 1 Dec to get an extra 50% off already discounted men's, women's and kids' shoes and waterproof boots. The discount will be applied automatically at the checkout and is valid on sale items through the above link only. Delivery's £2.99.
The items featured are a mix of old and new sale products. Some items, like sandals, may have been on the sale page for around a month, however there are some new season items such as winter and hiking boots which have been added for this deal.
There are 100 styles on offer, including:
You can also get an extra 25% off already discounted outdoor clothing*, including waterproof jackets and trousers until Mon 1 Dec. Bargains include:
Hi-Tec offers a 90 day return policy, providing the item is unworn. What's more, if your order comes to more than £30 you'll get a free thermal base layer* top or leggings (normally £17.99), as well as free delivery. You'll need to add your chosen thermal item to the basket to get this deal.
Buy a copy of The Daily Mirror (55p) on Thu 27 Nov and you'll get a voucher for £5 off £40 to use in store at Aldi by Thu 4 Dec. There's a maximum of one voucher per transaction.
On Wed 26 Nov only, enter the code FESTIVE25 online at F&F Clothing* before 11.59pm to get 25% off both full-price and sale items in Tesco’s clothing range - including school uniforms.
This gets you early access while stock is at its maximum, then from Thu 27 Nov until Sun 1 Dec, the discount will be applied automatically both online and in Tesco stores.
Delivery's £3.95 or you can collect from a store for free.
Enter the MSE Blagged code 30OFF online at the Hotpoint factory outlet* by Thu 18 Dec to get 30% off all items in its clearance store. The store sells mostly discontinued Indesit and Hotpoint large appliances, including cookers, washing machines and fridges.
While these are discontinued at Hotpoint, some of them are still on sale elsewhere for sustainably more (see analysis below).
Delivery's free and the site also offers a free removal and disposal service for your old appliance, just select this option during the checkout process. There's a charge if you want an engineer to connect your new appliance though, which ranges from £8.40 - £60 depending on the type of appliance.
These are end of line models and stock's very limited - once it's gone it's gone, so go quick if you're after a particular item.
As it's a clearance site, not all the appliances can be found elsewhere which makes comparisons tricky. We’ve found a few of these clearance items for similar prices at other online retailers, so the code is what makes this deal hot. Of course do check prices and compare for yourself before you buy.
Bargains we found on Mon 17 Nov include:
All appliances on the site have a one-year guarantee for both parts and labour. Hotpoint also offers free replacement parts for its appliances for 10 years, and Indesit offers parts for five years, but only if you get its engineers to fit them at a standard price. You might be able to get a cheaper quote including parts elsewhere, so do check.
Enter the MSE Blagged code 5MSE25 at online gifts retailer I Want One Of Those* by Sun 30 Nov and you'll get £5 off when you spend £25 or more. Delivery's free. Can't be used on electronics or consoles, entertainment, merchandise, LEGO, photo gifts and experience days.
I Want One Of Those sells a variety of quirky and novelty gifts for him, her, kids, pets and the home, including Subbuteo bottle openers, retro doughnut makers and more.
Parcel2Go is a parcel delivery middleman both for the UK and worldwide, which bulk-buys postage slots from big delivery agencies, then sells them to the public. Newbies to Parcel2Go* can enter the MSE Blagged 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 UK parcels), it’ll be free.
It’s valid until Sun 30 Nov, or until 100,000 codes are redeemed, whichever's first. It's one per household for delivery anywhere, from Tunbridge Wells to Timbuktu. Prices are listed without VAT, so do factor that in.
The offer expires Sun 30 Nov, but depending on which courier you select, the parcel could be collected by the courier up to two weeks after then - you get to choose a date. As long as the order is booked by Sun 30 Nov you'll get the discount.
Who will deliver my parcel?
Couriers Parcel2Go lists include: MyHermes, Hermes, Collect+, Parcelforce, Yodel, City Link, UPS, TNT and 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 which will deal with enquiries and sort out any 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?
We've featured Parcel2Go before and feedback was mixed – some people were very happy with the service they received, while others experienced problems. It's worth noting that the majority of these problems were with customer services and speed of response and not delivery times. Because of this, we’ve asked Parcel2Go to set up a dedicated email address for MSE users. Should any issues arise contact email@example.com.
While we hope everyone gets this deal as planned, 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. Door-to-door services only (so excludes shop drop offs).
Sassy Bloom is a gift box subscription service, aimed at expectant mums and those with babies up to 24 months. Each box contains a selection of baby products, such as clothes, toys and bottles, tailored to the baby's age, gender and stage of development.
Usually they cost £29 each, but we've blagged MoneySavers a deal to get a box for £9 via a subscription (that you can cancel). As that can be a bit of a pain, we've also arranged a second deal with no subscription that gets you a one-off gift box for £19.
Option 1: £9 box via a subscription
Go via this Sassy Bloom* link and select the 'Get Sassy Monthly' option. Use the code MSE20 by Sun 7 Dec and you'll get your first box for £9. If you don't want to continue your subscription, you can cancel after the first month. You'll need to wait until your box has arrived, and cancel before the 15th day of the following month.
Option 2: £19 one-off box - no subscription
If you just want one box, and you're not sure you'll remember to cancel, you can get a one-off gift box for £19. Go via this Sassy Bloom* link and select the 'One-off Gift Sassy Box'. Use the code MSE10 by Sun 7 Dec at the checkout.
What do the boxes contain?
You input your baby's age (or specify unborn) and the box's contents are selected accordingly on your behalf. We did some price comparisons on three different boxes and found the contents of the box amounted to £36-£53, depending on the age of your baby.
Sassy Bloom is a relatively new company and we haven't featured any deals from them before. Please do leave feedback (good or bad) in our Sassy Bloom forum discussion.
If you're new to Tesco Grocery* you can get £15 off your first £60 online shop when you enter the code XX3FP6 by Wed 31 Dec. There's no limit on the number of redemptions on this code, and the checkout gives until 31/12/14. There are a few exclusions - more info on those below. Only one code can be used per household.
What counts as a newbie?
If you've never shopped online at Tesco Grocery you're a newbie. Even if you've already set up an account, if you haven't shopped online, you count as a newbie.
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.
Follow these quick steps:
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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