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Mulberry logoMulberry 'up to 50% off' saleOnline & in stores. Some items boosted + free del (norm £8)

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Let's be honest, when you think of MoneySaving, you won't be thinking of £700 handbags. However...if you've your heart set on one already and can afford it, you might as well get it while there's a decent discount to be had.

If you go online to Mulberry or into a store (find your nearest), you'll find discounts of up to 50% off in its summer sale until Sun 9 Jul. In fact, discounts on selected items have already been boosted since the sale launched on Tue 13 Jun. Plus, it's now offering free delivery (norm £8).

Examples of strong discounts we spotted on Tue 20 Jun include:

Mulberry sales this strong only happen twice a year, and is therefore always popular. Stock usually sells out quickly online, and we've known the Mulberry website to go down, so you may have to go in store (find your nearest). It's on at all standalone stores and should be on in concessions, but when we checked, the items were only discounted in House of Fraser, not Selfridges or John Lewis.

Will it be the cheapest place to buy Mulberry?

Mulberry products are sold elsewhere, but this sale is likely to make it the cheapest you'll find. Of course, always do your research before purchasing to check you are getting the best deal. When doing your own price comparisons, make sure they are the genuine article as there are a lot of fakes and imitations out there. If the price is too good to be true, it quite often is.

And remember Martin's Money Mantras. Ask yourself: Can I afford it? Will I use it? Is it worth it? If the answer to any of these is no, DON'T BUY IT.

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Mulberry logoMulberry: MoneySaving tips & tricksIncl free Click & Collect

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Let's be honest, £700 handbags aren't at all MoneySaving, but there are ways to save cash at Mulberry. 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. Almost everything sold at Mulberry is eligible for free Click & Collect from selected stores (find your nearest), with a minimum spend of £50. 
     
  • Offers for email subscribers. If you sign up to the Mulberry email newsletter, you'll receive priority access to sale periods, special events, free shipping offers and/or new product launches direct to your inbox.

  • Check out other stockists of Mulberry, eg, Selfridges and John Lewis. If you're not committed to buying from Mulberry itself, check out our deals from Selfridges and John Lewis, for similar items. Mulberry's told us that if it's not having a sale, 'it's rare' for other stockists to sell its products at a discounted price, but we don't think there's any harm in looking around just in case.
     
  • Look out for its twice-yearly sales. This normally happens around Christmas and in the middle of June. We'll update you in the MSE weekly email.

When it comes to expensive products like these, it's always worth reminding yourself of Martin's Money Mantras. Ask yourself: Can I afford it? Will I use it? Is it worth it? If the answer to any of these is no, DON'T BUY IT.

If you spot any hot deals out there we have missed (we are human after all!), please let us know on Twitter @MSE_Deals, via MSE Facebook or by emailing msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com.

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Mulberry logoMulberry 'January sale'Up to 50% off selected items online & in stores

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Let's be honest, £900 handbags certainly aren't MoneySaving. However... if you're going to buy one anyway and can afford it, you might as well get it while there's a decent discount to be had.

Website: Mulberry 
Find your nearest: store locator
Start date (online): Boxing Day
Start date (in stores): Boxing Day
Sale amount: Up to 50% off selected items

Examples of strong discounts we found on Thu 26 Jan include:

Will it be the cheapest place to buy Mulberry?

Some Mulberry products are sold elsewhere, so be sure you check other retailers too to ensure you're getting the best deal possible. When doing your own price comparisons, make sure they are the genuine article as there are a lot of fakes and imitations out there. If the price is too good to be true, it quite often is.

And remember Martin's Money Mantras. Ask yourself: Can I afford it? Will I use it? Is it worth it? If the answer to any of these is no, DON'T BUY IT.

Mulberry logoMulberry Black Friday offerYou're probably best waiting for the sale

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Let's face it, Mulberry isn't very MoneySaving, and aside from offering free delivery (normally £8) until Mon 28 Nov, it won't be taking part in Black Friday.

However, twice a year it offers up to 50% off selected items, and we predict its next sale is just around the corner in our Christmas Deals Predictor. So if there's something you've got your eye on, it might be best to wait until Boxing Day when the sale is likely to start. 

If you decide to splash out anyway, always remember Martin's Money Mantras. Ask yourself: Can I afford it? Will I use it? Is it worth it? If the answer to any of these is no, DON'T BUY IT.

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Mulberry logoMulberry up to 50% off saleOnline and in stores, includes its popular handbags

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Let's be honest, £700 handbags certainly aren't MoneySaving. However... if you're going to buy one anyway and can afford it, you might as well get it while there's a decent discount to be had.

Go online to Mulberry or into a store (find your nearest), you'll find discounts of up to 50% off in its summer sale until Sun 17 Jul.

Its sale last year included reductions on men's and women's bags, clothes and accessories. Examples we spotted on Tue 12 Jul included:

Mulberry sales this strong only happen twice a year, so this is likely to be popular. Stock usually sells out quickly online (£8 delivery) and we've known the Mulberry website to go down, so you may have to go in store (find your nearest). It’s normally on at all standalone stores and concessions, eg, House of Fraser and Selfridges.

Will it be the cheapest place to buy Mulberry?

Mulberry products are sold elsewhere, but this sale is likely to make it the cheapest you'll find. Of course, always do your research before purchasing to check you are getting the best deal. When doing your own price comparisons, make sure they are the genuine article as there are a lot of fakes and imitations out there. If the price is too good to be true, it quite often is.

And remember Martin's Money Mantras. Ask yourself: Can I afford it? Will I use it? Is it worth it? If the answer to any of these is no, DON'T BUY IT.

Mulberry logoMulberry 'January sale'Sale over. Was up to 50% off

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Website: Mulberry
Find your nearest: store locator
Start date (online): Sat 26 Dec
Start date (in stores): Sat 26 Dec
Sale amount: Sale over. Was up to 50% off.

Mulberry logoUp to 50% off Mulberry bagsIncludes Alexa and Bayswater handbags

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Right, let's be plain. £500 posh handbags are not cheap. This is definitely not a typical MSE deal. They're not MoneySaving. Yet if you're going to buy one anyway, getting one for 50% off is a saving as Mulberry sales are rare outside January, so we thought we'd include it.

Mulberry is having a rare up-to 50%-off sale online and, we believe, in-store (store finder). It includes the much sought-after Alexa and Bayswater bags. We know some of you are planning to buy one anyway, so you might as well get it while there's a discount.

Remember Martin's Money Mantras. Ask yourself: "Can I afford it? Will I use it? Is it worth it?"

If the answer to any of these is no, DON'T BUY IT.

If you've passed those hurdles, then the sale includes women's bags, men's, accessories, shoes and womenswear. Delivery is £8.

Items include:
  • Chocolate-coloured Oversized Alexa, £597 (was £995)
  • Raspberry-coloured Bayswater, £696 (was £995)
  • Medium-sized Daria, £417 (was £695)
  • Biscuit brown and flowered Alexa, £597 (was £995)
  • Maisie pouch, black £197 (was £395)

Unfortunately, Mulberry hasn't got back to us (it probably didn't want to dirty its Jimmy Choos) so we don't know when the sale ends.
MSE Charlotte says:

Mulberry sales are rare, although they usually have one in January. So this may be the last time you can get a discounted one before Christmas.

If you are thinking of getting one (and who wouldn't be tempted?), then use Martin's Money Mantras: If you're skint, ask "Do I need it? Can I afford it?" If you're aren't skint, ask "Will I use it?, Is it worth it?"

Which pretty much rules me out. One day, though. One day...

use the money mantras

Before spending, use Martin's Mantras. If you answer 'NO' to any, Don't buy!

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  • Can I afford it?
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