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Office logoOffice 20% off full-price items*Online & in store code. Plus free delivery. Some brands excl

Ends Today

Enter the code SNOW online at footwear retailer Office* to get 20% off full-price items plus free delivery until 9am on Tue 1 Dec. 

You can also get the discount in stores until close on Mon 30 Nov by quoting the same code at the till.

The offer is not valid at concessions at Topshop, House of Fraser and Selfridges. 

The voucher can be used on most full-price items - here's the full list of exclusions*, including some Adidas, Nike and Timberland. It can't be used with other offers and it isn't valid on sale items or gift cards.

MSE Sarah says:

I went into one of the Office stores nearest MSE Towers and they were giving out flyers to get you the 20% off so you may not even need to quote the code at the till.

Office logoOffice up to 60% sale*Delivery's £3.50. Incl Converse, sandals & Ugg shoes

Limited stock

If you go online to Office* you can get discounted shoes, including trainers, sandals and Ugg shoes in its up to 60% off sale, while stocks last.

Delivery's £3.50 for sale items.

If there's something you're after, go quick as stock is likely to be limited. We spotted these strong discounts on Tue 17 Nov:

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Office logoOffice 25% off with £2 magIn store with voucher. Incl school shoes


If you buy a copy of this week's Grazia magazine (£2, Taylor Swift on the cover), there's a voucher on page 100 to get 25% off at any standalone Office store (find your nearest) until Mon 31 Aug.

The voucher can be used on most full-price items, including men's, women's and kids' footwear, but it can't be used with other offers and it isn't valid on sale items, gift cards, Adidas, Nike or Ugg.

More info

One voucher per transaction and only original vouchers from Grazia can be accepted in store. Not valid at concessions (eg, House of Fraser), or on Office's website.

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Office logoOffice 25% off with £2 magIn store only voucher. Incl sandals, shoes and boots


If you buy a copy of this week's Grazia magazine before Mon 30 Mar (£2, Katie Holmes on the front), on page 75 you'll find a voucher to take to your nearest stand-alone Office store by Mon 30 Mar to get 25% off. 

This voucher is not valid at concessions or online. It can't be used with other promotions and is not valid on sale items, gift cards, Adidas, Nike, Ugg and Birkenstock.

More info

One voucher per transaction and only original vouchers from Grazia can be accepted in store.

Office logoOffice 25% off ladies' shoes*Office own brand shoes only. Code and in-store discount

Enter the code LADIES25 online at Office* by Wed 12 Dec 2012 (delivery's free) or go to your nearest Office store, where the discount will be applied automatically at the till. Last date for delivery by Christmas is Wed 19 Dec 2012.
More info
Only available on Office own brand shoes. Some new lines excluded.

Seven Dials logo20% off shopping night (Covent Garden, London)Printable voucher for over 100 stores, one night only

Register your details on the Seven Dials website and take the voucher along to any of the stores participating in the Seven Dials, Covent Garden, London shopping event between 5-9pm on Thu 29 Nov to get 20% off. The event also features DJs, live music, food and drink stalls and voucher-holders can get a free Courvoisier cocktail at a pop-up bar. Some retailers offer 15% off, see event T&Cs for full info.
MSE Steve B says:

This is great as its 20% off rarely discounted stores like Diesel, Mac, Fred Perry, Nike, Office, Benefit and many more. Also, unlike many events of this nature, there's a decent selection for the guys as well as the girls.

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Exclusions apply in some stores.
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