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Rugby World Cup logoRugby shirts from £48 - Eng, Sco, Wal & Ire*Cheapest prices we've seen online and in stores

Official rugby shirts aren't MoneySaving, but if you really want to cheer on the home nations in the Rugby World Cup, the best prices we've found in stores and online are at John Lewis and Sports Direct.

At John Lewis, delivery's £3.50 or free if you're spending £50+ while Sports Direct charges £4.99. So if you're buying online to avoid the scrums, John Lewis is generally the cheapest.

The cheapest shirts we found for the home nations are:

England - £51.99 in store and online at John Lewis* (free delivery), £51.99 in store at Sports Direct* (£56.98 online including delivery)

Scotland - £65 in store and online at John Lewis* (free delivery)

Wales - £47.99 in store at John Lewis* (£51.49 online including delivery)

Ireland - £51.99 in store at Sports Direct* (£56.98 online including delivery)

If you're staying in to watch the Rugby World Cup, we've also rounded up the best deals on takeaways and crates of beer. See our Rugby World Cup deals.

MSE Anthony says:

If you want to spend less money but still show your support, there are cheaper shirts available when you look beyond the replicas of ones actually worn by the professionals on the playing field. For example, this 'Classic' England shirt for £39.99* or this training top for £19.99* at Sports Direct.

There are also cheaper items of official merchandise, such as this beanie hat for £10* at John Lewis.

John Lewis logoJohn Lewis - school uniform from £14*Includes Standard and Basics range


You can get a Standard or Basics full school uniform (ages 3-16) at John Lewis* from £14.

Some items in the Standard range are currently on sale, so you may find that it's cheaper than the Basics range for certain products.

What do you get?



Prices change depending on size.

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

John Lewis logoJohn Lewis free tea/coffee and cake every month?Sign up to free John Lewis loyalty card in-store or online


MSE UPDATE 11.30am Tue 16 Sep: John Lewis has changed its T&Cs, so going forward not everybody will receive the free tea and cake vouchers. We've asked John Lewis outright who will and who won't get the vouchers and it won't confirm.The best we can say is it's luck of the draw. This will affect both new and existing sign-ups to the John Lewis loyalty card. Read the John Lewis loyalty card news story for full info.

Get a free John Lewis loyalty card and you can get FREE tea/coffee and cake, every month!

  • John Lewis has a free loyalty card, which you can use online and in-store at its 42 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

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John Lewis logoBuy £70 Nespresso machine = £40 capsules gift card*You'll have to fill out a claim form and send it in to get your gift card


MSE update 10.50am, Fri 31 Jan: John Lewis has upped the price of the £70 Essenza machine to £89.95. You can get a similar machine from Currys Essenza Auto* for £69.97 and get the 'free' £40 voucher - ends today.

If you splurge on a caffeine boost every morning, a coffee machine may be a good money-saver.

They're not usually cheap (some can cost hundreds or even thousands of pounds) and you'll have to buy its own special coffee capsules for it to work. But you can currently get a 'free' £40 or £70 gift card with selected Nespresso machines till Fri 31 Jan at John Lewis, House of Fraser,, Debenhams and more. A £40 gift card could get you between 120-150 pods or four espresso cups. 

We've checked a raft of retailers (including Amazon, Currys, House of Fraser) and John Lewis came up trumps for price nearly every time. Plus it offers an up-to three-year guarantee, depending on which model you buy. Here's what you could get:

How do I get my gift card?

Once you've bought an eligible model either in-store or online, you must first join the Nespresso Club (it's free). Then download the Nespresso Gift form, fill in your details (including your Nespresso Club membership number, model serial number and photocopy of proof of purchase) and send it off to the listed address so it gets there by Fri 28 Feb. You'll receive the gift card within four weeks.

Where can I use the gift card and what's it valid on?

You can use it at Nespresso shops, online at Nespresso or by calling 0800 442 442 (delivery's £4.95). It cannot be used in John Lewis or any other retailer selling Nespresso Machines. You can use it on coffee pods and accessories and you'll need to use the gift card within six months, either in single or multiple transactions. 

MSE Paloma says:

This is a winner if you buy a coffee even a few days each week. Use our Demotivator to tot up what you could save.

More info

It's one gift card per machine only. Can't be used with any other offer.

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