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Hi-Tec logoHi-Tec 50% off incl sale - eg, trainers £17 delivered*MSE Blagged code valid on all clothing & selected footwear

6 days left

We've blagged 50% off all Hi-Tec clothing and selected footwear, including some items already reduced in the summer sale, when you enter the code MSE50 online at Hi-Tec* by 11.59pm on Mon 13 Jul.

The discount's valid on items available via this special link only. You can use the filters on the left hand side, but if you click away via the menus at the top of the page you'll no longer be looking at the selection of items included in the offer.

You'll need to enter the code at the shopping basket stage, before you enter payment details. Delivery's £2.99. When trialling the code on Tue 30 Jun, we found the following Hi-Tec footwear (prices exclude delivery):

  • Kids' trainers - £9.99 (£24.99 before code and sale. Next cheapest we found £12.95 at Amazon).
  • Men's trainers - £13.99 (£34.99 before code and sale. Next cheapest we found £19.99 at Fruugo).
  • Women's trainers - £13.99 (£34.99 before code and sale. Next cheapest we found £24.99 at Millets).
  • Kids' boots - £19.99 (£39.99 before code and sale. Next cheapest we found £26.97 at Go Outdoors).
  • Men's boots - £34.99 (£79.99 before code and sale. Next cheapest we found £39.99 at Fruugo).
  • Women's boots - £33.99 (£79.99 before code and sale. Next cheapest we found £39.99 at Fruugo).

There were a good range of sizes available at the start of the sale, but of course this may change as stock levels go down. Hi-Tec offers a 90-day return policy, providing shoes are unworn.

Feedback on previous deals has been very good - see the comments below.

MSE Anthony says:

Similar deals from Hi-Tec have been extremely popular in the past. Here's some of the feedback we've received from MoneySavers: 

"I'm a single mum to two growing teenage lads and find buying shoes very expensive due to my eldest needing a size 12. He recently needed a pair of hiking boots and lo and behold I managed to get Hi-Tec boots for £34  - a saving of over £50 - by clicking on a link in your weekly email."

"I use these boots for work so took advantage of the offer and bought two pairs for myself and one pair for my wife, total saving over £100!!! Brilliant!"

"I was going to go shopping for a pair of winter boots this weekend when I came upon your offer in your weekly email, I thought this was too good to be true. I found a pair that I liked and used your code and managed to save over £50, wow."

More info

Can't be used in conjunction with any other discount code, cashback offer or promotional offer.

FitFlop logoExtra 10% off FitFlop sale at Shoetique*Blagged code valid on everything, eg, £22.50 SuperJelly (norm £35)

Ends Today

If you go online to branded footwear retailer Shoetique* you can get 10% off everything on the site when you enter the MSE Blagged code MSE10 until 11.59pm on Tue 7 Jul. It's valid on all items, including those already reduced in the 'up to 50% off' sale on popular brands such as FitFlop. Delivery's free.

While testing the code on Tue 30 Jun we found FitFlop SuperJelly sandals for £22.50 (£25 before the code) and the next cheapest we could find were £27.99 at Rubbersole.

Zoggs logoZoggs extra 20% off swimwear*MSE Blagged code works on 'up to 50%' sale, eg, £4 kids' shorts

12 days left

If you go online to swimwear brand Zoggs* you can get an extra 20% off all swimwear in the 'up to 50% off' sale when you enter the MSE Blagged code MSE20 by 11.59pm on Sun 19 Jul. Delivery's £2.95.

When trialling the code on Tue 30 Jun we found:

Kids' swim shorts for £4* (£5 before the code, next cheapest we found £9.99 at Amazon).
Women's swimsuits for £11.20* (£14 before the code, next cheapest we found £15.76 on offer at Wiggle).
Men's shorts for £8* (£10 before code, next cheapest £13 at High & Mighty).

The code can only be used on reduced-price swimwear, and not on any full-price items.

New deals

Tesco logoTesco £16 off £60 groceries*Code for new online customers only

24 days left

New customers to Tesco online can get a code from VoucherCodes* for £16 off your first £60+ shop for orders delivered on or before Fri 31 Jul. Delivery starts from £1, or free if you click and collect from a store.

There are a few exclusions - more info on those below.

More info

The £60 grocery spend excludes:

Infant milk formulae, tobacco products, stamps, National Lottery Scratchcards, Delivery Saver subscriptions and delivery or collection charges. Can't be used with any other eCoupon beginning with XX. Only one code per household and per customer.

Ocado logoOcado 25% off £60+ code for newbies*Plus 'free' £70 del pass and 10% off brands on subsequent spends

Until 31 Jul

We've blagged a triple code for newbies to online food retailer Ocado*. Simply register, shop online, and enter the MSE Blagged code VOU9901504 by Fri 31 Jul. Ocado delivery is only available in some parts of England and Wales, so check it delivers to your area*

1. Up to 25% off (max £25) when you spend £60-£100. It's worth noting you will need to pay for delivery (£0 - £6.99) on this shop, as the delivery pass won’t be in action yet. The £60 minimum spend excludes tobacco products, stamps, infant formula, delivery charges, Ocado gift vouchers and food donations.

2. A free annual midweek delivery pass, normally £69.99. Within seven days of receiving your first grocery shop (using our code), you'll be emailed instructions on how to sign up for your smart pass. It'll give you free delivery on Tue, Wed or Thu when you spend at least £40, for a year (Christmas deliveries excluded). 

3. The smart pass also gets you 10% off hundreds of selected brands for the full year. Once your smart pass is activated, you'll get an automatic 10% discount on hundreds of branded products (there were 890 when we looked on Fri 5 Jun - but it can change). As it also price matches Tesco on many branded goods – and there’s a lot of overlap between the price matched goods and those with the 10% discount, this is a decent price. PS: If you buy brands, why not try our downshift challenge to find out if you can save even more money.

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.

More info

One code per new Ocado account, and it can't be used with any other offer. 

The annual midweek pass excludes deliveries between 22-24 Dec 2015. Deliveries are limited to one per day.

Amazon logoAmazon 20% off clothing & shoes code*New online newsletter sign-ups

Ongoing
If you sign up to Amazon's* fashion newsletter, you'll be emailed a 20% off code which can be used on any Amazon clothing and shoes (excludes third-party sellers).

The code is valid for 30 days and only works on a maximum of five items in your basket. If you have more than five items of clothing or footwear in your order, the 20% discount will only be applied to the five cheapest items.
More info
Try using the Amazon Discount Finder* to find already-discounted clothing* and shoes. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Forumites were using the code to buy Hunter wellies, though these have now gone up in price. See the forum discussion.

Vision Direct logoVisionDirect.co.uk 10% off*Online code for new customers

Ends 31 Aug

Enter the code LENSES32 online at Vision Direct* to get 10% off until Mon 31 Aug. Delivery's £2.98.

Compare prices with the MSE Contact Lens Finder before you buy, as Vision Direct may not always be the cheapest retailer, even with the code.

More info

Orders are processed through the Netherlands, so you don't need a prescription to buy lenses from Vision Direct.

H&M logoH&M 25% off one item for new email subscribersOnline code for full-price items

Sign up

If you're not already signed up, subscribe to the H&M newsletter and you'll receive an email with a code for 25% off one item. You'll then have three weeks to use the code online at H&M from the date of signing up. Delivery's £3.90.

As you can only get the discount on one item, the code is good if you were planning on buying on something expensive, such as a winter coat.

The code can't be used with other offers or on sale items, gift cards, or designer collaborations. You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time if you no longer wish to receive it.

Homebase logoHomebase £5 off your next £50 shop code*Buy anything & fill in survey to get deal

Ongoing

Follow these quick steps:

  1. Buy ANYTHING in store at Homebase*. A £1ish pack of batteries, screws or sponges will do.
  2. At the till, you'll get a flyer asking you to visit the Homebase Paint Us A Picture* website to give feedback on the store's service.
  3. Enter your receipt number on this site and answer a survey (takes 5-10 mins) within seven days of the purchase.
  4. You'll get a unique code which you need to print and take in store within two months to get £5 off your next £50 spend.
More info
The £50 spend excludes gift cards and must be used in a single transaction.

H&M logoH&M £5 off £30Donate unwanted clothes for recycling and get in-store voucher

Ongoing
Bring a bag of unwanted clothes to your nearest H&M and you'll get a voucher for £5 off when you spend £30 in store within six months. Max two vouchers per person per day.

The clothes don't have to be from H&M. H&M recommends that the bag be a generously filled shopping bag, similar to a supermarket carrier bag. For full details of the promotion, see H&M Long Live Fashion.

Karen Millen logoKaren Millen up to 50% off*Online & in store. Incl selected dresses and footwear

Ongoing

If you go online to women's clothing retailer Karen Millen*  or into a store you can get up to 50% off in the end of season sale. Delivery is free.

Discounted prices and items will be shown clearly online and in stores.

Strong discounts we found online on Wed 17 Jun include skirts for £49, (were £99), and cardigans for £45 (were £90).

If you want to get the discount in store, you can do so either at one of Karen Millen's 40 standalone shops or its many concessions within department stores such as House of Fraser and Selfridges. 

use the money mantras

Before spending, use Martin's Mantras. If you answer 'NO' to any, Don't buy!

are
you
Skint? ask:
  • Do I need it?
  • Can I afford it?
are
you
not skint? ask:
  • Will I use it?
  • Is it worth it?
Section 75

Free protection for all shopping!

There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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