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Kurt Geiger, selling shoes and accessories, trades online and in over 100 high street stores. It stocks brands such as Lacoste, Ugg, Nicole Farhi and Ted Baker.

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Current Kurt Geiger Deals

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Kurt Geiger up to 50% off*Online and in-store sale on mainly current season items

£19 heels
Go online to Kurt Geiger* (delivery's £4.95) or to your nearest store and you'll find up to 50% off selected items. The majority of items included will be from the current season, although there will be a few past season bits in there too, which will be discounted even further.

Although the sale is advertised as up to 50% off, we've found some items have been reduced ever further, including women's heeled shoes for £19 (were £55), women's boots for £35 (were £95) and men's plimsolls for £25 (were £55).

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Kurt Geiger Ugg discountsOccasional deals on Uggs

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In the past, Kurt Geiger has been known to have some top deals on Ugg boots, though its offers are few and far between compared to those above. Delivery's £4.95.

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