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Superdrug logoSuperdrug discounts via Health & Beautycard*Eg, 'Treat Thursday' deals, limited offers, free delivery etc

Ongoing

If you regularly shop in Superdrug* either in stores or online, it's worth picking up a free Superdrug Health & Beautycard* as not only can you collect one point per £1 spent for money off future purchases, you can get exclusive deals, too.

Every week it has a special 'Treat Thursday' event, with various deals and offers. Examples of previous discounts we’ve seen include a free bottle of water, free delivery, triple points offers and 10% off all own-brand products. 

If you're collecting points, every 100 points is £1 off a future purchase but unlike Boots, you can part-pay with points and then pay the rest with cash, which means you can use your discounts as soon as you've got 100 points.

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Superdrug logoSuperdrug 10% off toiletries for students*Via NUS Extra card & registered Beautycard. In stores only

Ongoing

If you're a student with an NUS Extra card, you can get 10% off toiletries at health and beauty retailer Superdrug*. You'll need a registered Beautycard as well (Superdrug's free loyalty card). The discount's only available in its stores, not online.

Who is eligible for an NUS Extra card?

The NUS Extra card is available to all students aged over 16 years (including distance learners, vocational and part-time students). It costs £12 and is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase. You can use it to get discounts at lots of stores and websites, including Asos, Spotify, Amazon and Domino's.

More info

Excludes prescriptions, phone cards, mobile phones, postage stamps and baby milk.

You can't use the card with any other coupon offer, discount card (such as staff discount) or with selected in-store offers.

Expired Deals

Superdrug logo'Free' bath & body lotion with £3ish spend*In store and online. Set norm £9ish

Expired

If you go online to Superdrug* or shop in store (find your nearest*), you can get a Patisserie De Bain cranberries & cream bath & shower creme (200ml) and hand & body lotion (200ml) set 'free' with the purchase of two selected items until Tue 3 Mar.

Superdrug reckon it's worth £10, but we've seen the shower creme for £3.99 and the 200ml handcream for £4.99 at Rose & Co, so it's more like £9ish.

The cheapest items we found to get the offer in our local Superdrug were two own-brand 200ml body lotions* at £1.45 each (sold out online). If you'd usually buy items in Superdrug, it might be worth stocking up now if it was something you'd buy anyway to get the freebie.

Superdrug logo85p Lynx shower gel*In store and online. Norm £2.99

Expired

If you go online or in store to Superdrug*, you could find Lynx 250ml shower gel in one of 11 fragrances for 85p until Tue 19 Jan. As this shower gel is normally £2.99, it's likely to be popular so go quickly if it's something you'd like.

The next cheapest we found is £1 in Tesco, so whilst a 15p saving on each bottle might not seem much, it's worth stocking up if it's your favourite.

Superdrug logo'Free' Kinder Bueno in Superdrug*With every transaction, just show Beautycard. No minimum spend.

Expired

If you visit a Superdrug store (find your nearest*) before Tue 3 Nov, you can get a free Kinder Bueno chocolate (normally 69p) with any purchase if you have a Superdrug Health & Beautycard*.

We've asked Superdrug, but it hasn't confirmed yet whether there's a limited number available, or if you can get this freebie by signing up for a Health & Beautycard (Superdrug’s loyalty card) at the time.

When we tested the offer we saw people signing up for the card just to get the chocolate, but it's probably not worth a special trip. We’ll update you here when we know more.

Superdrug logo'Free' bottle of water in Superdrug*With every transaction, no minimum spend

Expired

If you visit a Superdrug* store today, you can get a free 500ml bottle of water (normally around 35p) with any purchase, using a Superdrug Beautycard.

We’ve asked Superdrug, but it hasn’t confirmed yet whether you can get this freebie by signing up for a Beautycard today. When we tested the offer we saw people signing up for the card just to get the water, but it's probably not worth a special trip.

Gillette logo'Free' up to £25 spa treatment with £5ish razor*Buy half price razor at Superdrug to get massage, facial, mani etc

Expired

Buy a Gillette Venus & Olay razor at Superdrug only and you can get a pamper treatment (usually 20-30 mins) such as a massage, facial, manicure etc at 500+ salons nationwide.

This offer's been on for a while and it's valid when you buy a Venus ProSkin Sensitive or Venus & Olay razor and blades by Sat 31 May (unfortunately there's no promo sticker on packs).

We're only telling you about it now because the new Venus & Olay Sugarberry razors are currently half price at £5.48 till Tue 11 Mar.  As some treatments are worth up to £25, you can get a treatment at a fifth of the usual price (and you get a razor chucked in too!).

Here's how to get the deal:

  • Buy the Gillette Venus & Olay Sugarberry razor* either online or in-store at Superdrug by Tue 11 Mar (subject to availability). Keep your receipt.
  • Go to Venus pamper treats and choose your nearest salon. It'll show all the treatments available and you'll then need to register your details.
  • Print your unique voucher and call to book, quoting "Venus beauty treatment" (if you don't quote this, the salon may charge you full price).

 

You'll need to bring the voucher and original receipt to your appointment, which must be taken by Fri 1 Aug. It's best to book at least two weeks in advance - don't leave it to the last minute as appointments may be all gone.

 

WARNING: With previous incarnations of similar deals, we've had reports of independent salons refusing these types of voucher. If this happens to you, please report back in the MSE forum.

MSE Paloma says:

While the Gillette Venus and Olay razors are aimed at women, there's nothing in the T&Cs which states men can't go - just check the salon offers treatments for men too.

More info

You need to be 18+ for this offer. Procter and Gamble has confirmed all salons have been briefed on the offer so should accept the voucher for a treatment.

If you've taken up the offer previously (last year), you can still take part this time round. There's no limit to how many 'free' treatments you can get, just as long as you have a receipt and voucher for each visit. Bookings are subject to availability. See the full T&Cs.

Proctor and Gamble has also confirmed you can still get a 'free' treatment when buying the razor at half price.

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