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Homebase logoHomebase 20% off £150 on indoor furniture*Discount applied automatically at checkout online & in stores

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Homebase indoor furnitureIf you go online to Homebase* or shop in a store, you can get 20% off when spending at least £150 on indoor furniture until 11.59pm (or store closing) on Mon 3 Aug. Standard delivery's £3.95 but varies depending on the size of the item.

The offer's valid on full-price and reduced items (including stock clearance*) and there's no code or voucher - the discount is applied for you automatically at the checkout. Habitat furniture, fitted bedrooms and sliding wardrobes are excluded.

If you're buying other items as well, the 20% off will only apply to the furniture.

Homebase logoHomebase £20m stock clearance*In stores & online. Big discounts (if you can find 'em)

Limited stock

If you go online to Homebase* or visit your nearest store, there's a £20 million stock clearance now underway. It's expected to run until at least the end of July, but go quick if you're after something in particular as there's limited stock and it's a case of "when it's gone, it's gone".

There are discounts of up to 50% and above, and most existing offers also apply to clearance items, unless otherwise stated in the T&Cs. Not all clearance items are available online and clearance lines vary from store to store - so it's also a "can you find 'em?" scenario.

Standard home delivery's £3.95 but this varies depending on the size of the items you're buying.

Homebase logoHomebase £15 Black & Decker set (£45ish indiv)*DIY tools incl hammer, wrench & £22 cordless screwdriver

Limited stock

If you’re planning a spot of DIY, you can get a Black & Decker tool set for £14.93 (was £29.99) in store and online at Homebase*. This is clearance stock  and Homebase has told us that when it's gone, it's gone - so go quick if you want one. Delivery's £3.95 or collect in store for free.

Black and Decker tools set

The bundle, which costs £45ish if the items are bought individually, includes a cordless pivot screwdriver, adjustable wrench, hammer and a tape measure.

The cheapest we’ve seen the screwdriver on its own is £21.99 at Argos, so if you were going to buy one get it from Homebase where it comes with a load of extras.

Not all of the tools are available to buy separately, but we checked these against Homebase ‘own brand’ equivalents.

What's included:

  • Cordless screwdriver with 3.6V Li-Ion battery, charger & bits (cheapest we found is £21.99 at Argos)
  • 150mm adjustable wrench (similar Homebase wrench is £7.99)
  • 150mm nose pliers (similar Homebase pair is £5.99)
  • Claw hammer (similar Homebase hammer is £4.99)
  • 3m tape measure (similar Homebase tape measure is £2.99)
  • Utility knife (similar Homebase knife is £1.99)
  • Black fabric tool bag

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.
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The £50 spend excludes gift cards and must be used in a single transaction.

Homebase logoHave you tried haggling at Homebase?MoneySavers report 73% success rate

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We polled 4,270 MoneySavers, to find out which shops hagglers have most success in. Homebase came first, with a 73% success rate, showing that it's always worth trying to haggle there.

Find out more in our Haggle on the High Street guide.

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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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