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Disney Store logoDisney Store 15% off*Online unique discount code for your birthday


If you sign up to the The Disney Store* newsletter you can get a unique code for 15% off valid for the month of your birthday. You have to be over 18 to sign up, but you could buy something for your kids and keep it until their birthday.

Excludes delivery charges (from £4.95), limited editions, media (DVDs, CDs, games), electronics and theme park tickets.

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Disney logoDisney Junior birthday TV mentionChance for your child's photo to appear on TV


If you go online to kids' TV channel Disney Junior, you can find information about how to send in your child's photo which might be shown on air for their birthday.

You have to send in your child's photo (only they can be in the photo, unless you've twins or triplets) at least one month in advance, but it's best to send at least two months early. Your child has to be aged between two and seven years old and can't be wearing anything with a logo or character - even if it's Disney. See full T&Cs.

Expired Deals logo90p Disney beach towels etc (norm £7ish)*At with site-wide Blagged 10% off code


MSE Update 1.07pm Wed 19 Jul: This deal's been incredibly popular and most Disney items have now sold out. However, the code is still valid on everything else.

If you go to*, we've spotted £1 Disney items that normally sell for up to £7ish elsewhere - such as beach towels, ponchos etc - plus we've blagged an extra 10% off, so they're only 90p, when you enter the code SUN1MSE till 11.59pm on Mon 24 Jul.

Yet as you'll have to pay delivery (£4.95 for most of England, Wales & Scotland, £6.50 elsewhere including Northern Ireland), this deal is only great if you're able to save enough money to offset the charges. Luckily, there are some big savings to be had.

As most of the below couldn't normally be found anywhere near this cheap, and as there's limited stock, items may sell out fast - so go quick if there's something in particular you want, but do note many items are limited to one or two per customer to prevent reselling on eBay etc.

Top picks we found that were cheap even before the 10% off code, on Tue 18 Jul:

Though we reckon this code is an all-round great deal, remember you should always do you own price checks as pound shops in general aren't always the best value (eg, they're sometimes known to sell smaller versions of products that work out more expensive gram for gram).

Need ideas for free & cheap family fun? See our 100+ Ways To Entertain Kids This Summer

Disney Store logo2 Disney DVDs £12, eg, Finding Dory, Frozen*Via offer at Disney Store, Asda, Lidl, Tesco, Zavvi & others


There's an offer on selected Disney DVDs at the moment, where you can get films for £6.99 each (normally £10-£14ish) or mix and match two of them for £12. It includes recent hits Finding Dory and Frozen, plus classics such as Aladdin and Beauty & The Beast.

If it's Blu-rays you're after, they're £9.99 each (normally £12-£16ish) or two for £15.

Where you can find them...

Not only is this deal running online at the Disney Store* and in stores (find your nearest*), till Mon 17 Apr, but also at many other major UK retailers that sell Disney DVDs and Blu-rays as well.

We've spotted the same offer running at Asda*Morrisons*Lidl (in store only), Tesco* and Zavvi*, though there's likely many more - so it's worth having a look wherever you normally shop.

Of course, it all depends on stock availability so you may find the choice is quite limited at some shops and it's possible some retailers may decide to end the offer early.

Disney Store logoDisney Store FLASH 24% off toys code*Also valid on costumes. Online only. Incl sale items


Whether you're after a Star Wars figurine or an outfit like Elsa's from Frozen, you can get 24% off toys and costumes online at the Disney Store from 00.01am until 11.59pm on Wed 16 Nov only.

This is one of the deepest Disney discounts we've seen this year - most we've spotted previously have been around 20% off, and some with a high minimum spend. To get it, simply grab the code from VoucherCodes* and enter it online at the Disney Store checkout. Delivery's £3.95.

The code's valid on most toys, including sale items (see 'more info' for exclusions), but it won't work on items such as clothing or homeware and it's not valid in stores.

More info

The following are all excluded from the offer:

  • Limited edition items
  • Moana tsum tsums
  • BB-8 Interactive Robotic Droid by Sphero
  • BB-8 Interactive Robotic Droid with Force Band by Sphero
  • Interactive Force Band by Sphero
  • Star Wars Propel products

Disney Store logoDisney Store 20% offOnline discount code for use after site maintenance


If you go online to the The Disney Store from late on Wed 8 Jun and enter the code SAVEME20, you should get 20% off until Sun 12 Jun. The reason we say ‘should’ and have no definite time, is the site is down for maintenance at the moment, so there are no guarantees when it will be back up and running (it says this code is an apology to customers). Delivery's £4.95.

Disney codes usually exclude delivery charges, limited editions, media (DVDs, CDs, games), electronics or theme park tickets. We've contacted Disney and it has not yet confirmed whether this is the case for this code, we'll update you here when we know more.

Disney Store logoDisney Store 15% off £50*Online code valid on most full-price items


If you go online to the Disney Store* you can get 15% off when you spend £50 or more and enter the discount code TREAT20 at the checkout until 11.59pm on Sun 25 Oct. Delivery's £3.95.

While the Disney Store's billing this as 15% off, when we tried the code it gave us 20% off. Of course, we can't guarantee this - we can only go off what Disney tells us - but it could be a nice extra if you're using the code anyway.

It's valid on most items, including toys and clothing, but it can't be used on sale items or alongside other offers. A few items are excluded - see 'more info' below for details.

More info

The code won't work on any of the following:

Sphero BB-8 Robotic Droid, Elite Series die-cast action figures, selected Star Wars products, limited edition dolls, selected interactive action figures and radio-controlled toys.

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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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