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There's a risk any company can struggle, so learn to Shop Safely. logo£18 spa experiences*Ends 5pm Thu. Buy online vch for spa days, massages & facials

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If you're looking for some R&R you can buy a voucher from this* link and pay £18 for a spa experience (usually up to £70) at one of 24 venues in England, Wales and Scotland. The sale is actually a £20 sale, but enter our MSE Blagged 10% off code LASTMINUTE10 at the checkout to get it for £18. 

Go quick as you only have until 5pm on Thu 30 Oct to buy the voucher. The voucher’s validity will vary between experiences but most expire in two to six months, although there are some which expire even sooner, so be careful. If you're buying it as a gift for Christmas, make sure the voucher will still be valid.  

How to get the actual experience

Once purchased, you'll receive an email containing your voucher (which you need to bring on the day) and you'll then need to call the spa to book a date. There are a couple of offers which require you to select the desired date before buying a voucher, so you won't have to call up.

£18 spa offers include:

  • A one-hour salt cave experience for two at five venues, incl Edinburgh and Wandsworth, London - usually costs £70 (£35 each).
  • A 25-minute back, neck and shoulder massage plus full use of spa facilities at Pure Bliss Beauty Spa at Chessington Safari Hotel in Surrey. We couldn't find an exact comparison, but a 30-minute massage with use of the facilities, usually costs £35.
  • Full use of facilities plus a glass of bubbly at Imagine Spa at Hilton London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 in Berkshire - usually costs £30 without the bubbles. 
  • A 15-minute mini Swedish back massage, Elemis facial, scalp massage, Swedish foot or hand and arm massage plus full use of the spa facilities at The Bannatyne Spa in Cardiff - usually costs £32.
  • A 15-minute full body soap cleanse or scrub plus three-hour thermal spa experience at Spa London at Ironmonger Row Baths - usually costs £40. 

What's included varies between the spas but can include access to spa or leisure facilities, a treatment (including massages and facials) and refreshments. Most spa offers in this sale are for individuals, but six are for couples. There's individual T&Cs for each of the offers so make sure you take a look beforehand. 

Important: says most venues can accommodate at least 500 bookings. But as T&Cs vary per venue, unless you’re flexible when you can go, book early as days fill up quick. If every date you try is fully booked, call 0800 09 33 555 for a refund. Be aware some don’t allow weekend bookings.

More info

The spa day can be bought as a gift - just enter the name of the recipient in the 'guest name' section. You can only use the code once per person. Maximum 10 vouchers per transaction. 

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