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Links of London logoLinks of London £30 off £150+ spend*Valid on most items. Excl Timeless collection

Ends end Sep

If you spend over £150+ online at posh jewellery retailer Links of London* you'll get £30 taken off at the checkout. Delivery and click and collect are both free.

The discount's also available in stores and concessions (find your nearest*) and will be applied automatically at the checkout.

Links of London told us the sale ends at the end of September but was unable to confirm an exact date. We'll update you here when we know more.

MSE Sarah G says:

To get the most out of this offer, look at how much you're spending and consider whether it can be divided into multiple transactions. For example, buy two items for £150+ each and you'll get £30 off...buy them separately, and you'll get £60 off.

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Links of London logoLinks of London 20% off*Online and in store code for full-price items

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Get the code from VoucherCodes* and enter it online at jewellery brand Links of London by Sun 13 Sep to get 20% off most full-price items. The code can also be used in standalone stores (find your nearest), simply print the voucher* or show on your smartphone.

The 20% off code isn't valid on 18ct gold products, but you can get 10% off these instead. It also excludes bespoke services and purchase of gift cards and isn't valid within concessions, airports, third-party stockists or outlet stores.

Delivery's £5 or you can collect from a store for free. Can't be used on sale items or with other offers, except the free delivery on £100 spend.

Links of London logoLinks of London 10% off for new email subscribers*In stores and online via code for full-price items

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If you're not already signed up, subscribe to the Links of London* newsletter by Wed 15 Jul, and you'll receive an email with a code for 10% off your next purchase online or in a store.

The code can't be used on sale items or with other discount codes. You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time if you no longer wish to receive it.

Links of London logoLinks of London 15% off*Online code for full-price items

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Get the code from VoucherCloud* and enter it online at Links of London by Sat 1 Nov to get 15% off full-price items. Delivery's £5 or you can collect from a store for free. Can't be used on sale items or with other offers.

Links of London logoLinks of London 17% off*MSE Blagged code for full-price items

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Enter the code MSE17 online at Links of London* by Sun 10 Aug to get 17% off full-price items. Delivery's £5 or you can collect in-store for free. Can't be used with other offers.

We did some price comparisons and found that Links of London products were generally the same price on other retailers' sites as they are on its own site.

Examples of prices you can get when using the code include women's silver beaded chain necklaces for £53.95 (usually £65), men's watches for £149.40 (usually £180) and women's bracelets for £37.35 (usually £45).

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