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Kurt Geiger logoKurt Geiger: MoneySaving tips & tricksIncl free Click & Collect and Shoeaholics outlet

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There are always ways to save money at Kurt Geiger, so even if there isn't a cracking deal out there that works for you, don't assume you can't cut your costs further. 

Ways to save include:

  • Free Click & Collect. Kurt Geiger delivery's £4.95, but you can avoid paying this by collecting your order from a Kurt Geiger store free of charge (find your nearest*).
     
  • Shop in the outlet. You'll find Kurt Geiger shoes at a fraction of the normal price if you go online to its Shoeaholics* outlet. We regularly feature MSE Blagged codes for extra discount, so do check our page for Shoeaholics codes and sign up to MSE's weekly email.
     
  • Check similar retailers. If you're not committed to buying from Kurt Geiger, check for deals from other footwear retailers such as ClarksOffice and Soletrader Outlet.
     
  • Want more? Find out more shopping tricks in our Shopping Secrets guide.
     
  • Had a problem with Kurt Geiger? There's a free online tool you can use to draft, manage and if necessary escalate a complaint. It's called Resolver, and we like it so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice - you can use it to complain to Kurt Geiger*.

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Shoeaholics logo£13 Kurt Geiger shoes code*MSE Blagged extra 20% off Shoeaholics outlet. 3,000 styles

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MoneySavers tend to hotfoot it to this outlet whenever we've a code for extra discount, but as always stock's limited so you'll need to step to it if there's something you're after...

If you go online to footwear outlet Shoeaholics* and use our MSE Blagged code NEWSHOES20, you can get an extra 20% off everything on the site, including Kurt Geiger, Michael Kors and Firetrap shoes, bags and accessories, until 11.59pm on Sun 21 Aug. Delivery's £5.

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While there are more than 3,000 styles available altogether, individual sizes of some styles are extremely limited (we've led on Kurt Geiger as there's healthier stock). You may find it's helpful to first narrow down the options by clicking 'Refine by' and selecting your shoe size.

Strong discounts we found using the code on Tue 16 Aug:

Shoeaholics is run by Kurt Geiger itself to shift previous seasons' stock. It says stock isn't damaged or in poor condition, and hasn't been created specifically for the outlet.

Other brands it sells include Converse, Hunter and Ugg boots. Yet not everything's cheapest at Shoeaholics, so do your own checks before using the code.

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Shoeaholics logo2,400+ Kurt Geiger shoe styles from £17ish del*Via MSE Blagged code for 20% off its Shoeaholics outlet

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If you go online to footwear outlet Shoeaholics* and use the MSE Blagged code OUTLET2026, you can get an extra 20% off everything on the site, including Kurt Geiger men's and women's shoes, bags and accessories, until 11.59pm on Sun 26 Jun. Delivery's £5.

While there are more than 2,400 styles available altogether, individual sizes for some styles are limited - so if there's something you're after, you'll need to hotfoot it. You may find it's helpful to narrow down the options by clicking 'Refine by' and selecting your shoe size.

Some examples of strong discounts we found using the code on Mon 20 Jun include:

  • Jada sandals* £16.99 del (norm £19.99, RRP £35). Next cheapest, £28 at Debenhams.
  • Carrie heels* £20.20 del (norm £24, RRP £65). Next cheapest similar, £29 at Kurt Geiger.
  • Janice boots* £36.20 del (norm £44, RRP £80). Next cheapest, £39 at Debenhams.
  • Spirit boots* £52.20 del (norm £64, RRP £140). Next cheapest, £140 at House of Fraser.
  • Bea tote bag* £105 del (norm £130, RRP £250). Next cheapest, £125 at House of Fraser.

Shoeaholics is run by Kurt Geiger itself to shift previous seasons' stock. It says stock isn't damaged or in poor condition, and hasn't been created specifically for the outlet.

Other brands it sells include Converse, Hunter and Ugg boots. Yet not everything's cheapest at Shoeaholics, so do your own checks before using the code.

Kurt Geiger logoKurt Geiger 25% off*Online code valid on full-price and sale items

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If you go online to footwear brand Kurt Geiger* and enter the code KG25 you can get 25% off virtually everything - including sale items - until 11.59pm on Mon 2 May. Delivery's £4.95 or you can collect from a Kurt Geiger store for free (find your nearest*). It's not valid on gift cards.

MSE Update 1.10pm Wed 27 Apr: Frustratingly, Kurt Geiger decided to change the details of this offer after it had started. It's no longer valid in Kurt Geiger stores, and you now need to use the code above (it had originally said discount was automatic). 

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Shoeaholics logoExtra 20% off Shoeaholics outlet*Via MSE Blagged code. Brands incl Kurt Geiger, Converse

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If you go online to branded footwear outlet Shoeaholics* you can get an extra 20% off everything - including Kurt Geiger men's and women's shoes, bags and accessories - when you enter the MSE Blagged code EVERYTHING20 by 11.59pm on Sun 24 Apr. Delivery's £5.

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

Shoeaholics is run by Kurt Geiger itself to shift previous seasons' stock. It says stock isn't damaged or in poor condition, and hasn't been created specifically for the outlet.

Other brands it sells include Converse, Hunter and Ugg boots, but not everything's cheapest at Shoeaholics - so do your own checks before using the code.

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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 to footwear outlet Shoeaholics* and use the MSE Blagged code EVERYTHING20, you can get an extra 20% off everything, including Kurt Geiger men's and women's shoes, bags and accessories, until 11.59pm on Sun 21 Feb. Delivery's £5.

Although the code's valid on everything across the 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 16 Feb:

  • 'Carrie' heels for £12.20 incl del (next cheapest we found, £49 at Debenhams)
  • 'Bounce' sandals for £12.20 incl del (next cheapest we found, £25 at House of Fraser)
  • 'Charleston' glitter heels for £28.20 incl del (next cheapest we found, £39 at House of Fraser)
  • 'Grayes' men's shoes for £36.20 incl del (next cheapest we found, £65 at House of Fraser)
  • 'Danna' winged tote bag for £36.20 incl del (next cheapest we found, £49 at House of Fraser)

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.

Other brands include Converse, Hunter and Ugg boots. Not everything's cheapest at Shoeaholics though, so do your own checks before using the code. We've another MSE Blagged code for 20% off at Soletrader, which also sells Uggs, valid Wed 17 and Thu 18 Feb only.

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