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Poundland logoPoundland £2 off £20 online spendVia online code

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If you use the code SAVE2 online at Poundland by Fri 9 Oct, you can get £2 off when you spend £20. This is an online only code, so it can't be used in Poundland's stores.

Delivery's £4 and you need to spend £20 to get this deal, so if you're just after a few things you may be better off visiting a store.

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Only one code can be used for each transaction online. It can't be used with any other offer or discount.

Wilko logoBaking round-up, incl 85p non-stick tin*Best deals on tools, pans, decorations and Jane Asher bakeware


If you're inspired by the Great British Bake Off but don't know where to start, or just want to pick up a few baking bits and bobs on the cheap, we're serving up a round-up of some of the strongest deals out there.

Tools and decorations

Wilko has a cheap and cheerful everyday value range, but stock is limited - so go quick. Items include:

Delivery is £3.50 or you can collect from a store for free. 

Lidl has a few baking items in stores (find your nearest), but we've seen items sell out fast, so go quick if there's something you want. Items include:

  • £2.99 loaf tin
  • £2.99 6-piece metal sieve set
  • £3.99 set of two quiche trays

Jane Asher products for £1

Jane Asher, actress turned baking entrepreneur, has a range of baking items in store at Poundland:

Find your nearest Poundland store.

Stand mixers

The use of the Kenwood KMix mixer by contestants in this series is causing a bit of a stir, with Bake Off fans favouring the KitchenAid mixer used in previous series. Whatever your preference, we've found the best prices on a mixer for every budget:

  • £100 stand mixer* at Wilko (in cream* or black*) with free delivery. Our MSE forumites were big fans of this mixer when it went down to £80 in 2013 and rate its performance. 
  • £228.94 KMix* (green) delivered at Argos. Next cheapest we found £239 at Currys (in green*red*yellow*blue*grey*black*) with free delivery. MoneySavers have also reported good success haggling in store at Currys, worth a go if you're set on this model in a different colour.
  • £299.89 KitchenAid* mixer at I Want One Of Those with free delivery. Next cheapest we found, £349 at Argos with free delivery.

Poundland logoGot British Bake Off fever? Get your baking goods for £1Deals Hunter blog


Inspired by The Great British Bake Off? If Mary Berry's floral bomber jackets have put you in the mood for all things cake and pastry related, don't spend a fortune on equipment. Instead, bag some Jane Asher bargains for £1. 

Read more on our Deals Hunter blog

Poundland logo£1 stand-up comedy DVDsIncl Michael McIntyre, Lee Evans, Peter Kay and Billy Connolly


Of all the days you could do with a laugh, it has to be Valentine's Day.  All that pressure to spend lots of cash can wipe the smile off any MoneySaver's face.

But in Poundland, you can get stand-up comedy DVDs for a quid each. So you can stay in and stick on a DVD - no cash wasted!

We found in our local store:

  • Billy Connolly, You Asked For It [2011] (cheapest elsewhere £3.75)
  • Andy Parsons, Gruntled Live [2011] (£2.99)
  • Jason Manford, Live [2011], (£2.19)
  • Ross Noble, Nobleism [2009] (£6)
  • Lee Nelson's, Well Good Show [2011] (£2.93)
  • Peter Kay, Live [2011] (£4.75)
  • Lee Evans, Access All Arenas [2009] (£2.64)
  • Chris Addison, Live [2011] (£3.14 elsewhere)
  • Russell Kane, Smokescreens and Castles [2011] (£3.43)
  • Michael McIntyre, Hello Wembley! [2009] (£2.87)


We've been in touch with Poundland, which told us the DVDs are available nationwide and it has over 60,000 in stock.

Poundland logo£1 branded beauty bargainsIncl Stila, Rimmel, Max Factor, Eylure and OPI


As the wonderful Dolly Parton said: "It costs a lot of money to look this cheap". And she's right, buying make-up isn't easy on the pocket.

So we've done the glamorous job of scouring our local pound shops looking for branded beauty bargains. Some are discontinued (they were the hottest trends once, so we think anyway) and others are still in the shops with a big price tag.

Click the image below to see our haul:  

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  • Stila sheer colour tinted moisturiser 50ml - £21 elsewhere online
  • Boholash, Salonsystem diamond false lashes - £7.99 elsewhere online
  • Elegant Touch Union Jack nails - £6.45 at Boots
  • OPI nail shatter 15ml - RRP £13, but we've seen them for £4.49 delivered
  • Miss Eylure false eyelashes - £4.09 at Superdrug
  • NYC false lashes - £2.99 at Superdrug


  • Rimmel Wake Me Up mousse - £5 at Tesco
  • Rimmel Glam Eyes trio - £4.99 (incl delivery) elsewhere online
  • TOWIE false eyelashes - £13 for a 3-pack elsewhere online, so about £4 each
  • Calvin Klein sheer creme eyeshadow - RRP £1.50, but we saw it for £5 elsewhere online
  • Rimmel 60 seconds nail polish - was £3.70 at Tesco, now £2.70

This is what we found in our local stores. Speaking to Poundland and Poundworld, they say you can get these items in most stores, while stocks last.

Can cosmetics go off?

The British Skin Foundation says:

"Cosmetic products will remain safe to use provided they are stored under suitable conditions and not subjected to extreme temperatures."

"To ensure the maximum durability of cosmetic products, they should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and with the lids firmly closed."

It also said the use by date on cosmetics, is from when you open the product. So if it says 18 months on the box, it should last for 18 months from when you open it, provided it's been stored correctly.

Poundland logo£1 HDMI cables at PoundlandThey're just as effective as £20+ ones

Go to your nearest Poundland store and hunt for the £1 cables.

Poundland says they are available all year round in all of its 400 stores. The Poundland HDMI cable is 1m long and can be used to connect your PC to your TV, so you can watch online content on your big screen.

MSE Becca says:

There's no point spending £20+ on a HDMI cable when tests have shown there's no difference in picture between the most expensive cables and the cheapest - techy website Cnet agrees.

More info
For more info on how to connect your PC to your TV, read the Online Movie Streaming guide.

Let us know if you manage to nab a £1 HDMI cable. Report back in the forum.

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Poundland logoPoundland £2 off £12 spendVoucher included with 70p newspapers this weekend


On Sat 29 Aug, if you buy a copy of The Sun (70p), you'll find a voucher in the TV magazine supplement for £2 off when you spend £12 or more at any Poundland store (find your nearest) until Sat 5 Sep. This could be very handy for 'back to school' shopping as Poundland sells a wide range of stationery.

The voucher's valid at all stores across the UK and can also be used alongside existing offers in store, eg, 2for1s, but can't be used on Health Lottery tickets, concessions, carrier bags, or with other vouchers.

Just check your paper has the magazine inside before you buy it.

In Scotland, the voucher will also be included in the Daily Record newspaper (75p).

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One voucher per customer to be used in a single transaction at time of purchase.

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Poundland logoPoundland £2 off £12 spendVoucher in 55p newspaper this weekend, incl Scotland


On Sat 2 May, if you buy the Daily Mirror newspaper (55p) in England, Wales or Scotland, you'll find a voucher printed inside to get £2 off when you spend £12 or more in store at Poundland until Sat 9 May.

The voucher will also be printed inside the Scottish Sunday Mail (£1.60) on Sun 3 May, but as this is considerably more expensive it's probably only worth it if you'd normally buy the paper anyway. It can't be used on Health Lottery tickets, concessions, carrier bags or with other vouchers.

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One voucher per customer to be used in a single transaction at time of purchase. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discount.

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Poundland logoPoundland £2 off £12 spendPrint voucher to use in stores.


Print this Poundland voucher and take it to your nearest store by Sun 29 Mar to get £2 off when you spend £12 or more. Can't be used on Health Lottery tickets, concessions, carrier bags or with other vouchers.

More info

One voucher per customer to be used in a single transaction at time of purchase. Not valid in conjuction with any other offer or discount.

Poundland logoPoundland £2 off £12In-store voucher valid on everything except Health Lottery tickets

Print this Poundland voucher and take it to your nearest Poundland by Wed 8 May.
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Can't be used with any other offer/promotion. One voucher per transaction.

Poundland logoPoundland £2 off £10 on HalloweenVoucher

Sign up to the Poundland newsletter and you'll be emailed a voucher to take to your nearest store to receive the discount.
MSE Steve B says:

Halloween items include party decorations and fancy dress costumes and accessories.

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Valid on Halloween items only.

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There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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