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Kurt Geiger logoKurt 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 other retailers. Delivery's £4.95.

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Shoeaholics logoExtra 20% off Kurt Geiger shoes outlet*Shoeaholics code valid on 700+ styles

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If you go online to the Kurt Geiger outlet Shoeaholics* you can get 20% off everything in the 'New In' section when you enter the code PAYDAYTREAT20 until 9am on Mon 1 Feb. Delivery's £5.

Shoeaholics is run by Kurt Geiger itself to shift out-of-season and ex-display stock from its main website - meaning there may be some minor wear and tear. However, it says nothing is in poor condition or damaged. All shoes are already up to 80% cheaper than RRP to begin with.

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If you're unhappy with an item, you can return it free within 14 days, but you can't take them back into Kurt Geiger stores. See full returns policy.

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Shoeaholics logoKurt Geiger shoes from £12ish (incl delivery)*Via MSE Blagged code for 20% off its Shoeaholics outlet

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If you go online to footwear outlet Shoeaholics* you can get an extra 20% off everything - including both men's and women's shoes and the clearance section* - when you enter the MSE Blagged code EVERYTHING20 until 11.59pm on Sun 17 Jan. Delivery's £5.

Although the code's valid on everything across the whole site, and there are more than 3,000 styles available altogether, individual sizes for some styles are limited - so you may need to hotfoot it if you've had your eye on something.

Here are a few examples we found using the code on Tue 12 Jan:

  • 'Minnie' nude flats - £12.20 incl del (next cheapest we found, in black, £39 at John Lewis)
  • 'Lily' brogues - £26.59 incl del (next cheapest we found, in nude, £49 at House of Fraser)
  • 'Sandra' black boots - £36.19 incl del (next cheapest we found, in tan, £69 at Kurt Geiger)
  • 'Barley' Aztec heels - £44.20 incl del (next cheapest we found, £49 at John Lewis)
  • 'Wiley' black boots - £68.20 incl del (next cheapest we found, £79 at Debenhams)

Shoeaholics is run by Kurt Geiger itself to shift out-of-season and ex-display stock from its main website - meaning there may be some minor wear and tear. However, it has confirmed nothing is in poor condition or damaged. No stock has been created specifically for the outlet.

More info

If you're unhappy with an item, you can return it free within 14 days, but you can't take them back into Kurt Geiger stores. See full returns policy.

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Shoeaholics logoKurt Geiger shoes £29 or less (1,600 styles)*Flash sale on its Shoeaholics web outlet. Some were £100+

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If you go online to Shoeaholics* you'll find women's and men's Kurt Geiger shoes for £29 or less in its sale, some of them down from as much as £150. Delivery's £5 and the sale ends at 11.59pm on Wed 12 Aug.

Shoeaholics is run by Kurt Geiger itself to shift out-of-season and ex-display stock from its main website - meaning there may be some minor wear and tear, however, it has confirmed nothing is in poor condition or damaged. No stock has been created specifically for the outlet.

Although many styles are included in the sale (initially more than 1,600), individual sizes for those styles may be limited, so go quick. A few examples of strong discounts we found on Tue 11 Aug include:

  • Women's leather boots - £29 (RRP £160, next cheapest we found, £59 at Debenhams)
  • Women's suede high heels - £29 (RRP £100, next cheapest we found, £49 at House of Fraser)
  • Men's leather brogues - £29 (RRP £120, next cheapest we found, £69 at Debenhams)
  • Women's sandals - £9 (RRP £35, next cheapest we found, £19 at Debenhams)

Extra 15% off for new email subscribers

If you haven't done so already, you can sign up to the Shoeaholics newsletter* to get an extra 15% off your first order (including off this sale). Just enter your details and you'll be emailed a code within 14 days - Kurt Geiger says it will be sent immediately. You can then unsubscribe from the newsletter if you wish.

More info

If you're unhappy with an item, you can return it free within 14 days but you can't take them back into stores. See full returns policy.

Important - This deal has expired

This deal has expired - you can't get it any more. We've kept it here for reference. Get our free weekly email to ensure you don't miss out in future.

Shoeaholics logoKurt Geiger shoes £39 or less (1,800+ styles)*Everything on its Shoeaholics web outlet. Some were £100+

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If you go online to Shoeaholics* you'll find women's and men's Kurt Geiger shoes for £39 or less in its sale, some of them down from as much as £160. Delivery's £5 and the sale ends at 11.59pm on Mon 20 Jul.

Shoeaholics is run by Kurt Geiger itself to shift out-of-season and ex-display stock from its main website - meaning there may be some minor wear and tear, however, it has confirmed nothing is in poor condition or damaged. No stock has been created specifically for the outlet.

Although many styles are included in the sale (initially more than 1,800), individual sizes for those styles may be limited, so go quick. A few examples of strong discounts we found on Tue 14 Jul include:

  • Women's leather boots - £39 (were £160, next cheapest we could find £79 at Selfridges)
  • Women's leather high heels - £39 (were £110, next cheapest we could find £69 at Debenhams)
  • Men's leather brogues - £39 (were £99, next cheapest we could find £69 at Debenhams)
  • Women's sandals - £9 (were £35, next cheapest we could find £19 at Debenhams)

Extra 15% off for new email subscribers

If you haven't done so already, you can sign up to the Shoeaholics newsletter* to get an extra 15% off your first order (including off this sale). Just enter your details and you'll be emailed a code within 14 days - Kurt Geiger says it will be sent immediately. You can then unsubscribe from the newsletter if you wish.

More info

If you're unhappy with an item, you can return it free within 14 days but you can't take them back into stores. See full returns policy.

Important - This deal has expired

This deal has expired - you can't get it any more. We've kept it here for reference. Get our free weekly email to ensure you don't miss out in future.

Shoeaholics logoKurt Geiger shoes £39 or less*Online sale at Shoeaholics (Kurt Geiger's outlet)

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If you go online to Shoeaholics* by Sun 22 Mar you'll find men's and women's styles for £39 or less in its mid-season sale, some of them down from as much as £99. Delivery's £5. Although stock is decent in terms of the number of styles available (there are currently more than 3,800), as this is an outlet, individual sizes for those styles are likely to be limited, so go quick.

Shoeaholics is a web outlet run by Kurt Geiger to shift out-of-season and ex-display stock from its main website - meaning there may be some minor wear and tear, however it has confirmed nothing is in poor condition or damaged. No stock has been created specifically for the outlet, it all originates from the main Kurt Geiger website.

On Mon 16 Mar, strong discounts we found include:

  • Women's leather heeled shoes for £39 (were £99, next cheapest we could find - £69 at John Lewis)
  • Men's leather brogues for £39 (were £95, next cheapest we could find - £59 from Debenhams)
  • Women's flat court shoes for £12 (were £85, next cheapest we could find - £49 at John Lewis).

Extra 10% off for new email subscribers

If you haven't done so already, you can sign up to the Shoeaholics newsletter to get an extra 10% off. Just enter your details and you'll be emailed a code (Kurt Geiger says it will be sent immediately) to enter online within 14 days. You can then cancel your subscription if you no longer wish to receive the newsletter.

More info

If you're unhappy with an item, you can return it free within 14 days but you can't take them back into stores. See full returns policy

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