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Lovespace logoLovespace 50% off first 2 months self-storage*Incl collection. Pay per box for min of two months

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If you go online to self-storage company Lovespace* and enter the MSE Blagged code MSELOVESPACE50 at the checkout by 11.59pm on Thu 30 Apr, you'll get 50% off your first two months of storage. 

At Lovespace you pay per box you put in storage, rather than for a set amount of space. It'll also collect your stuff for free between 7am and 6pm, Mon-Fri, taking it to one of 20 CCTV-monitored storage facilities. However, when you want anything back, you'll have to pay £5ish per box for delivery (see full cost breakdown below).

How it works

  • Tell Lovespace how many boxes, and which sizes (see 'more info' below for options) you want to store and for how long - you'll only get the discount when storing for two months, after that it'll rise to full price.
  • Arrange a collection time as soon as the next day (not available in Northern Ireland, The Isles or the Highlands).
  • When you're ready to have your items back, you can book their return online. 

How much does Lovespace cost and how does it compare?

There aren't many other self-storage companies that use the same 'per box' pricing. Lovespace told us the average number of boxes stored per person is around 8-12, so we price-compared the cost of storing 10 standard 41cm³ boxes with its few competitors. As you can see, it stacks up pretty well with our code:

Storage of 10 standard boxes (41cm³)

  • 2 months' storage (incl del) - £95.95 (norm £150.95). Next cheapest we found, £128 at Box Storage For Me.
  • 6 months' storage (incl del) - £238.45 (norm £277.95). Next cheapest we found, £260.60 at Box Storage For Me.
  • 12 months' storage (incl del) - £398.45 (norm £430.95). Next cheapest we found, £424.40 at Box Storage For Me.

If you'll need access to your boxes whilst in storage, you may be better off going for the more traditional self-storage companies where you rent a container and have free access at selected times. It's worth remembering though, with these you'll have to both take the items and remove them yourself, so it could involve expensive van hire and be more of a faff.

Need to knows

  • Bikes and furniture are excluded from the offer.
  • All boxes get a minimum £100 insurance for free. If you'd like to insure it for more, you can do so up to a maximum of up to £1,000. You can either do this with Lovespace, or with a different insurer of your choice.
  • Even if you only use two weeks of the month, for example, you'll still have to pay for the full month of storage.
  • The more you store, the cheaper it is per item. 
More info

Boxes provided by Lovespace:

  • Standard = 41cm³
  • Large boxes = 60cm³
  • Small suitcase = 45x25x58cm
  • Large suitcase = 52x40x85cm
  • Archive boxes = 40x34x29cm


What if you want to store something other than boxes?

If you want to store something other than a box, you'll need to call Lovespace on 0333 111 0777 or email at It'll tell you if it can store that particular item and how many boxes the size of that item equates to. It'll then charge you on that basis.

Items you can't store with Lovespace include:

  • Items in plastic bags, plastic boxes, bin bags, canvas bags and laundry bags
  • Food, perishable goods including sauces (e.g. Soy Sauce and Ketchup)
  • Antiques (breakable and fragile)
  • Mirrors
  • Birds, fish, animals or any other living creature
  • Explosives, weapons or ammunition
  • Any item which emits fumes, smell or odour
  • Any illegal substances or goods illegally obtained
  • Combustible or flammable materials, liquids or compressed gases, including but not limited to: paint, diesel, petrol, oil, gas, alcohol, artificial fertiliser or cleaning solvents
  • Chemicals, radioactive materials, biological agents
  • Toxic waste, asbestos or other materials of a dangerous nature
  • Any other toxic, flammable or hazardous substance or preparations, classified as such under applicable law
  • Musical instruments in soft cases
  • Suitcases not in suitcase boxes
  • Knives and sharp objects not suitably sleeved and wrapped



Storing items for longer than 12 months is considered "long-term", which means you'll pay less on month-by-month basis but only if you selected 12+ months when you first booked your storage. You won't be refunded the difference if you've paid on a rolling month-by-month basis, even if it exceeds a year.

The more you store, and the longer you store it for, the cheaper it is per item. Lovespace can store a minimum of 1 box for 1 month upwards.

If you desperately need same-day collection or delivery, you can try to arrange it with Lovespace by calling 0333 111 0777. Lovespace does not currently collect or deliver on Sundays.

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