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John Lewis logoJohn Lewis - school uniform from £16*Includes Standard and Value ranges

Ongoing

Get a Standard or Value whole school uniform (ages 3-16) at John Lewis* from £16.

What do you get?

Standard:

Value:

Prices change depending on size. This is their usual price and will be continuing in-store and online.

How to get the kit: In-store and online at John Lewis*. Delivery's £3, click and collect from selected John Lewis and Waitrose stores is free.

John Lewis logo£1.50 mugs, bowls & egg cups at John Lewis*Clearance sale online and in-store

Stock limited

Go online or in-store to John Lewis* to get mugs, bowls and egg cups for £1.50 (reduced to clear from £3). Delivery's £3, collection in-store at John Lewis and selected Waitrose branches is free.

Larger mugs and bowls are sold individually, smaller items are priced at £1.50 for a set of two.

The range includes:

We've asked John Lewis what stock levels are like, but it was unable to share that info with us. As the sale's ending soon, stock's likely to be limited, so go quick. If you're planning a special trip to buy these items in-store, it's worth calling ahead to check availability.

John Lewis logoJohn Lewis FREE tea/coffee and cake every monthSign up to free John Lewis loyalty card in-store or online

Ongoing

Get a free John Lewis loyalty card and you can get FREE tea/coffee and cake, every month! Here’s what you need to know to get it:

  • John Lewis has recently introduced a free loyalty card, which you can use online and in-store at its 39 shops in England, Scotland and Wales. It doesn't work like the usual ones where you get loyalty points - instead, you’re entered into prize draws and get rewards.
  • Either sign up online on the John Lewis website (click 'create an account now' in the pop-up box) or apply in-store for your loyalty card.
  • Once registered, you'll be sent a welcome pack containing vouchers - each voucher is valid in the month stated on the front. (We think it'll take up to four weeks to get your vouchers.)
  • One of these rewards is free tea (any hot drink) and cake EVERY MONTH. A pot of tea's £1.90, coffee's £2.25, cakes range from £1.75 - £3.50. You can go at any time (once a month).
  • It's available at John Lewis Place to Eat, Espresso Bar, Mall Café, Café and coffee shops. It can't be redeemed at other firms' food outlets within John Lewis, nor is it valid at Waitrose branches, apart from the Waitrose Café in Ipswich.

 

MSE Charlotte says:

WARNING! Gratuitous pictures of cake coming up...

When we first wrote this, we didn't have all the cake-based info. We don't do things by halves here at MSE, so even though it was a terrible inconvenience, I trudged all the way (at least a five-minute walk) to 'research' what was on offer.

My card STILL hasn't arrived yet - c'mon John Lewis! (It must be busy making super-cute Christmas adverts...) So I got some tea and cake and put it on my expenses instead. The things we do for you!

Here are some pics of what I found and what they cost.


Chocolate cake - £3.50

Scone, cream and jam - £3.60

Victoria sponge - £3.50

Muffins - £2.50

Waitrose logoWaitrose free tea/coffee EVERY dayJust get its free loyalty card to take your pick of daily hot drinks

Ongoing
Sign up for a MyWaitrose loyalty card (click 'Join myWaitrose now' on the left-hand side-bar) and get a free regular tea or coffee in-store every day. Choose from Americano, cappuccino, latte, tea, mocha or espresso (decaf options are also available in some stores).

If you sign up online, it takes up to 5 weeks for the card to be posted to you, so it's quicker to sign up for a temporary card in-store, and that way, you can get the offer straightaway.

There's no minimum spend, simply walk in and show your card. See the full list of participating Waitrose stores.
More info
One free drink per member, per day. Offer excludes hot chocolate and isn't valid at Costa concessions, petrol filling stations, Shell and Welcome Break. Can't be used with other cafe or hot drink offers, or the cafe loyalty card.

Show your card at a manned till or scan it at a quick pay station.
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About John Lewis

Department store John Lewis features cosmetics counters, men’s, women’s and children’s wear, perfume, gifts and electronics. The store has both an online shop as well as 40 stores across the UK.

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