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Disney Store logoDisney Store 15% offOnline 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.

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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.

Disney logoTwo Disney DVDs £13*Two for £13 or BOGOF in selected stores


Disney DVDs usually cost around £10 each (prices range from £7 to £19) but a spate of stores are offering two for £13. The DVDs can be difficult to get hold of in the run up to Christmas so now’s a good time to stock your Christmas cupboard.

Titles in the sales include Frozen, Dumbo, Finding Nemo and The Little Mermaid. ASDA also includes box sets like Narnia which are even better value. Here are the various offers:

  • Amazon* £13, two for £13 online with free delivery, offer on until Mon 10 Nov
  • ASDA* £13, two for £13 In-store and online, free delivery or click and collect
  • £12.99, BOGOF online with free delivery
  • Tesco* £13, BOGOF In-store and online, free delivery or click and collect by Sun 9 Nov
  • Zavvi* £12.98, BOGOF online with free delivery
MSE Lisette says:

We found prices for Cinderella could be as high as £19 so picking it up as part of this deal is a real bargain!

Disney logoDisney Store 20% off24-hour online sale on all items

On Wed 21 Aug, shop online at The Disney Store (delivery's £4.95). Excludes delivery charges, limited editions, media (DVDs, CDs, games), electronics or theme park tickets. The discount makes Disney Store the cheapest around for most products, however be sure to compare prices using our MegaShopBot before purchasing.

Disney logoDisney Store 20% offIn-store voucher and automatically applied online

From Thu 28 Feb, shop online at The Disney Store, where the discount will be applied automatically (delivery's £4.95), or print this Disney voucher and take it to your nearest store by Fri 1 Mar 2013. Can't be used on already reduced items, Disney Infinity, park tickets or delivery charges.
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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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