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  • If you or someone you know enjoys Baileys, Debenhams is offering a Baileys advent calendar* online for £18 – one for grown-ups as it includes three mini bottles of Baileys and 21 Baileys truffles. Delivery's £3.49, or £2 click and collect.

    We thought we'd take a peek behind the doors to see if this Baileys advent calendar is the cream of the crop, or leaves a sour taste in the mouth of a MoneySaver.

    What exactly's inside?

    Behind three of the advent doors is a 50ml mini bottle of Baileys – one Original Irish Cream, one Coffee, and one Orange Truffle flavour. Behind each of the remaining 21 doors you'll find a Baileys mini truffle.

    Is it good value?

    We've spotted 50ml bottles of Baileys for £1.50ish, so if we deduct three of those from the overall £18 cost of the calendar, that essentially makes the 21 truffles 64p each.

    You can currently get a 102g bag of Baileys mini truffles for £3 at Asda*, which contains 17 truffles per bag – making each truffle 18p.

    Unsurprisingly, the Baileys advent calendar isn't the cheapest way to get a small Baileys fix over the festive season. But of course, advent calendars like this are a bit of fun, and you may want to give it as a gift. So if you're happy with the overall £18 price, you may not be too worried about the cost value you're getting behind the doors.

    Looking for a cheaper alternative?

    B&M is offering a cheaper advent calendar for £4.99 in stores (find your nearest), while stock lasts. It includes one mini 50ml bottle of Baileys Original Irish Cream and 24 small milk chocolate squares (not truffles).

    Please be Drinkaware.

  • Go online to Debenhams* you could get discounts of up to 50% off in its toy sale. Delivery's £3.95 or £2 to click and collect in store (find your nearest*).

    Examples of strong discounts we found on Thu 27 Sep include:


    As is the nature of sales, stock may be limited - so go quick if there's something you're after. Even in the sale, Debenhams may not always be cheapest so always do your own price comparison. 

  • If you sign up to the free Debenhams* 'Beauty Club' loyalty card, on your birthday you can get a free brow wax (norm £14.50) at participating Debenhams stores with a Benefit counter, see 'more info' for a full list.

    You'll need to bring your Beauty Club card and proof of your date of birth to claim the freebie, which must be done within two weeks of your birthday. Benefit suggests booking in advance

    What else does the loyalty card get me?

    You can get free delivery (norm £3.49) with the code from your welcome email, and you can show your card in store to receive free samples and/or makeovers depending on the beauty counter you visit. You'll also be able to collect three points per £1 spent on beauty & beauty electricals or fragrance. Once you've got 500 points, you can get £5 off a future purchase (see full T&Cs*). 

    • Participating stores include: Basildon, Basingstoke, Belfast, Birmingham, Blanchardstown, Bristol, Cardiff, Chelmsford, Foyleside, Cork Patrick Street, Dublin Henry Street, Plymouth, Glasgow, Gloucester, Salisbury, Hull, Leeds White Rose, Leeds City Centre, Leicester, Limerick, Liverpool, Luton, Mahon Point, Manchester, Meadowhall, Merry Hill, Metro Centre, Southend, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Sutton, Oxford Street, Middlesborough, Silverburn, Portsmouth, Preston, Romford, Bournemouth, Colchester, Stirling, Sunderland, Harrow, Swansea, Trafford Centre, Waterford, Oxford, Aberdeen, Swansea and Dundee.

  • If you sign up to the free Debenhams* 'Beauty Club' loyalty card, on your birthday you can get a free oxygen blast facial* (norm £15) at participating Debenhams stores with an Elizabeth Arden counter, see 'more info' for a full list.

    You'll need to bring your Beauty Club card and proof of your date of birth to claim the freebie, which must be done within two weeks of your birthday.

    What else does the loyalty card get me?

    You can get free delivery (norm £3.49) with the code from your welcome email, and you can show your card in store to receive free samples and/or makeovers depending on the beauty counter you visit. You'll also be able to collect three points per £1 spent on beauty & beauty electricals or fragrance. Once you've got 500 points, you can get £5 off a future purchase (see full T&Cs*). 

    • Participating stores for the Elizabeth Arden offer include: Aberdeen, Belfast, Brighton, Bolton, Bromley, Birmingham, Cambridge, Cardiff, Canterbury, Coventry, Croydon, Cork McMahon Point, Cork Patrick St, Chelmsford, Dundee, Dublin Blanchardstown, Dublin Henry St, Glasgow, Glasgow Silverburn, Ipswich, Lakeside (Thurrock), London Oxford Street, London Westfield, Liverpool, Leeds, Leeds White Rose, Preston, Leicester, Limerick, Manchester, Manchester Trafford Park, Merryhill, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Newcastle Metro Centre, Newry, Newbridge Uxbridge, Norwich, Nottingham, Oldham, Redditch, Swansea and Sheffield (Meadowhall).

  • If you sign up to the free Debenhams* 'Beauty Club' loyalty card you can occasionally bag beauty freebies which sometimes include full-sized products or services worth £10ish.

    Examples of freebies we've seen include:

    Will the freebies always be available?

    Not all freebies will be available at the same time, and as they're limited stock/appointments it's more of a 'can you find 'em?' than guaranteed.

    If you're visiting a Debenhams store (find your nearest*) it's worth signing up to its loyalty card and checking whether there are any free samples to pick up when you're there or whether you can book the birthday freebies in advance.

    How else can the loyalty card save money?

    You'll also get three points per £1 spent on beauty & beauty electricals or fragrance. Once you've got 500 points, you can get £5 off a future purchase (see full T&Cs*). 

    • Participating stores for the Benefit offer include: Basildon, Basingstoke, Belfast, Birmingham, Blanchardstown, Bristol, Cardiff, Chelmsford, Foyleside, Cork Patrick Street, Dublin Henry Street, Plymouth, Glasgow, Gloucester, Salisbury, Hull, Leeds White Rose, Leeds City Centre, Leicester, Limerick, Liverpool, Luton, Mahon Point, Manchester, Meadowhall, Merry Hill, Metro Centre, Southend, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Sutton, Oxford Street, Middlesborough, Silverburn, Portsmouth, Preston, Romford, Bournemouth, Colchester, Stirling, Sunderland, Harrow, Swansea, Trafford Centre, Waterford, Oxford, Aberdeen, Swansea and Dundee.

      Participating stores for the Elizabeth Arden offer include: Aberdeen, Belfast, Brighton, Bolton, Bromley, Birmingham, Cambridge, Cardiff, Canterbury, Coventry, Croydon, Cork McMahon Point, Cork Patrick St, Chelmsford, Dundee, Dublin Blanchardstown, Dublin Henry St, Glasgow, Glasgow Silverburn, Ipswich, Lakeside (Thurrock), London Oxford Street, London Westfield, Liverpool, Leeds, Leeds White Rose, Preston, Leicester, Limerick, Manchester, Manchester Trafford Park, Merryhill, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Newcastle Metro Centre, Newry, Newbridge Uxbridge, Norwich, Nottingham, Oldham, Redditch, Swansea and Sheffield (Meadowhall).

  • We've heard reports from the MSE forum and elsewhere, of a fake Debenhams giveaway page circulating the net, with a link to get 'free cosmetics' when you pay for postage. The URL could mention 'giveaway club', 'perfect beauty', 'dermagen iq', 'Beauty & Truth' or could have other words before .com to show you are not on the official brand website.

    We checked with Debenhams and it's confirmed this IS A FAKE WEBSITE, so if you see a web address that looks remotely suspicious don't sign up. Look out for spelling mistakes, websites that require card information for a 'free trial', websites that redirect to other websites and the use of grainy or incorrect brand images.

    If you have already been affected by this scam, take a look at the MSE Stop Scams guide to find out your next steps. For a list of genuine Debenhams deals, see our Debenhams page.

    If you have a screenshot of the site or Facebook page, let us know via the MSE forum, Twitter or Facebook pages.

  • Debenhams often has offers in store and online via its own website, but you could save even more money by shopping online in the Debenhams eBay outlet*. Delivery's £3.49.

    It offers discounted prices on fashion as well as items for the home, toys and gifts.

  • There are always ways to save money at Debenhams*, 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 money at Debenhams include:

    • Free Click & Collect for orders over £20. If you're spending more that £20 online, you can collect from a Debenhams store (find your nearest*) for free. Click and collect for orders under £20 cost £2. If you order by 9pm, your items should be available from 12pm the next day.

    • Try haggling. We polled 1,400 MoneySavers to see in which shops they had most success haggling, and Debenhams shoppers had a success rate of 55% - so it's probably worth a go if you're feeling brave enough. Read our Haggle on the High Street guide for more haggling tips.

    • Shop in the sales. Debenhams is well known for its 'Blue Cross' sale, which happen at various times throughout the year and normally offers a discount of up to 50% off. It's also worth remembering that rival department store John Lewis has a history of price-matching Debenhams like-for-like on sale items.

    • Check similar retailers, eg, House of Fraser, John Lewis. If you're not committed to buying from Debenhams, check for deals from other department stores such as House of FraserJohn Lewis and Selfridges, where you may find there's a better offer.

    • Had a problem with Debenhams? 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 Debenhams*.

    If you spot any hot deals we've missed (we are human after all!), let us know on Twitter @MSE_Deals, Facebook or by emailing us at msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com.

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