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Habitat logoHabitat: MoneySaving tips & tricks*Incl haggling and up to 50% off sales

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There are always ways to save money at Habitat*, so even if there isn't a cracking deal out there that works for you, don't assume you can't cut your costs further. 

Ways to save include:

  • Shop in the sale. A few times a year, the Habitat sale offers discounts of up to 50% off. Plus, there are smaller sales throughout the year, as well as occasional 'flash' sales that only last a couple of days. Keep your eyes peeled for updates in MSE's weekly email newsletter.
     
  • Try haggling. We polled 1,400 MoneySavers to find out in which shops hagglers have most success. Lots of high street retailers are known to give discounts to customers who ask, so it's always worth a punt. For more haggling tips, see our Haggle on the High Street guide.
     
  • Check other retailers. If you're not committed to buying from Habitat, check other stores such as Ikea, Homebase, Argos and John Lewis, where you may find there's a better deal.
     
  • Want more? Find out more shopping tricks in our Shopping Secrets guide.
     
  • Had a problem with Habitat? There's a free online tool you can use to draft, manage and if necessary escalate a complaint. It's called Resolver, and we like it so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice - you can use it to complain to Habitat*.

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Habitat logoHabitat 'up to 50% off' sale*Online and in stores off selected lines

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You can get up to 50% off selected items in the Habitat* summer sale if you go online or into a store (find your nearest*) until 11.59pm on Sun 30 Jul. Delivery starts from £4.95 and varies according to the size of the item(s) you're buying.

Habitat told us around 80% of its range is included and sale items will be clearly marked in stores and online. The discount will be applied automatically at the checkout.

Examples of strong discounts we found on Tue 25 Jul include:

As is the nature of sales, stock may be limited - so go quick if there's something you're after.

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Habitat logoHabitat 20% off garden sale*In stores and online - selected items

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Go online to furniture retailer Habitat* and you can get 20% off all garden and selected outdoor furniture and accessories until 11.59pm on Mon 29 May. Delivery starts from £4.95 but varies according to the size of the item(s) you're buying. There's no code or voucher needed as the discounted price will be shown next to each item.

You can also get the discount in stores (find your nearest*). Habitat's confirmed the discount will be valid at Mini Habitats and selected Sainsbury's stores - where it has concessions.

 

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This offer excludes gift vouchers, home delivery and furniture assembly. 

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Habitat logoHabitat 25% off almost everything*Online via code & in stores automatically

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Habitat offers a flash 25% off a few times a year, but this is the longest-running blanket discount Habitat's ever run. There are very few exclusions, so now could be a good time to save on its fancy furnishings and homeware.

Enter the code HAB25 online at Habitat* to get 25% off just about everything until 11.59pm on Mon 1 May. Delivery starts from £4.95 but does vary according to the size of the item(s) you're buying.

The discount will also be applied automatically at the till in Habitat's four UK stores (three in London, one in Edinburgh), until close on Mon 1 May. Unfortunately, all concessions in Homebase stores have now closed - so for most people you'll be best going online.

Everything's included, except gift vouchers, fitted kitchens, installation and furniture assembly.

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Habitat logoHabitat 30% off selected items*Online and in stores. Incl tables and chairs

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If you go online to furniture store Habitat*, you can get up to 30% off selected items until 11.59pm on Mon 17 Apr. Delivery starts from £4.95 but does vary according to the size of the item(s) you're buying.

This isn't as widespread as previous sales, but there are still decent discounts to be had - so now could be a good time to buy if you've got your eye on something that's included.

Some examples of discounts we found on Tue 4 Apr include:

 

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Habitat logoHabitat FLASH 25% off almost everything*Online via code & in stores automatically

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Habitat flash sales happen only a few times a year, with few exclusions, so MoneySavers jump at the chance to save on its fancy furnishings and homeware - and this one is likely to be no different.

Enter the code HAB25 online at Habitat* to get 25% off just about everything until 11.59pm on Thu 16 Mar. Delivery starts from £4.95 but does vary according to the size of the item(s) you're buying.

The discount will also be applied automatically at the till in Habitat's four UK stores (three in London, one in Edinburgh), from open till close on Thu 16 Mar. Unfortunately, all concessions in Homebase stores have now closed - so for most people you'll be best going online.

Everything's included, except gift vouchers, fitted kitchens, installation and furniture assembly.

It's worth noting that Argos also stocks some Habitat items, but even with its current 20% off £150+ spend on indoor furniture codes, Habitat won't be beaten on cost. However, there are far more Argos stores (find your nearest*), so if you really want to collect your item, you might prefer to shop at Argos.

 

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