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TK Maxx logoTK Maxx: MoneySaving tips & tricksIncl free click & collect and haggling


There are always ways to save money at TK Maxx, 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 at TK Maxx include:

  • £1.99 Click & Collect. Save on delivery (£3.99) when you order online by collecting from selected TK Maxx stores (check its delivery info page to find out if your local store offers click & collect). Orders of £30+ get free Click & Collect.

  • Check for big brands. Look out for branded products in store that work out much cheaper than buying them direct. Brands we found in the past include Crocs, Nails Inc and Ciaté at a fraction of the cost of the rest of the high street.

  • Try haggling. We polled 1,400 MoneySavers to find out in which shops hagglers have most success. TK Maxx shoppers had a success rate of 74% - so it's worth a go if you're feeling brave enough. Read our Haggle on the High Street guide for more haggling tips.

  • Check other outlet stores. Lots of high street and high-end stores have online outlet stores, either via eBay or special websites. If you're not committed to buying from TK Maxx, check our Outlet Page for deals from other outlet stores such as Asos and House of Fraser, where you may find there's a better offer.

  • Had a problem with TK Maxx? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to TK Maxx*.

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The Outlet Discount Finder searches 50+ clearance sites for discounts of up to 80% on clothes, furniture, toys and more. Tell it what you want, the price and the discount, and the tool will find it for you.

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What's more, chaotic clearance sections at online biggies such as Argos and TK Maxx can be made orderly by using the search feature to narrow down the items you're looking for.

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Outlets are a great place to grab bargains, but don't automatically assume they're cheapest. Always use MegaShopBot to compare prices, to ensure it isn't cheaper elsewhere.

TK Maxx logoTK Maxx up to 80% offOnline and in-store sale

Website: TK Maxx
Find your nearest: store locator
Start date (online): Thu 26 Dec
Start date (in-store): Thu 26 Dec
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Sale strength: It's touting up to 80% off.

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