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  • There are always ways to save money at Everything5pounds.com*, 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 include:

    • Check out promotional categories. Everything5pounds sometimes has specific categories where you'll be able to select a free item - you'll just pay postage. 
    • Sign up to its newsletter. If you sign up to the Everything5pounds newsletter* (scroll down to the bottom right of the page) you'll be the first to hear about new items and offers. It's also worth keeping an eye on our newsletter for exclusive codes and deals. 
    • Keep an eye on Facebook. New items are added every day, if you check the Everything5pounds Facebook page you'll be the first to see items going live at 9am the following day.
    • Buy in bulk. If you've several people to shop for, or can club together with friends, the most postage you'll pay is £20 on orders of up to £170. For orders over £170, the £20 Royal Mail option will disappear and be replaced by a more expensive DPD option, so be sure to check. Postage is usually based on size and weight, so you'd normally pay more for, eg, three pairs of shoes than three tops.
    • Refer a friend. When you're placing an order, at the end there's an option to refer a friend for the chance to receive £5 off each. See full T&Cs* (click 'Promotional voucher usage').
    • Check out similar retailers, eg, H&M, New Look, Zara. If you're not committed to buying from Everything5pounds, check out our deals from H&MNew LookAsosNext, Topshop, and Zara, where MoneySavers told us they have previously received products (with the labels clipped/marked) from.
    • What's feedback like? Everything5pounds has a score of 9 out of 10 from 8,105 reviews on Trustpilot. If you have any problems, you can contact customer services at sales@everything5pounds.com or give them a call on 02089973331.

     

    If you spot any hot deals out there we have missed (we are human after all!), please let us know on Twitter @MSE_Deals or by emailing msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com.

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  • £2-£4 dresses, shoes, tops and more – some ex-high street

    £2-£4 dresses, shoes, tops and more – some ex-high street

    1,500+ styles in Everything5pounds sale. Delivery's from £4

    Expired

    Online retailer Everything5pounds.com* sells clothes, shoes, bags and more for, erm, £5 each. The premise of the store is that it sources unsold stock from top high-street brands and other unbranded items direct from manufacturers, then sells it at rock-bottom prices. MoneySavers on Twitter and Facebook have told us in the past they've received M&S, H&M and River Island items, among others.

    We've blagged a sale at Everything5pounds.com* with 1,500+ styles ranging from £1.90 to £3.50 until 11.59pm on Sunday 24 July. Selected by Everything5pounds, they're items that were previously about £5, mostly women's clothes – including shorts, tops, dresses and sandals.

    When we checked, about a third of the items in the sale had 50% off, with sizes ranging from UK size 2 to 22. While there's a large amount of stock for this sale, popular sizes could sell fast, so don't hang about if there's something you want.

    Delivery's from £3.95, but changes depending on the weight of the parcel, so for example adding something heavier such as shoes may increase the delivery cost – see its help page* for more information.

    Everything5pounds doesn't name the branded items on its site, but it has confirmed to us that ex-high street goods were included in the sale when it launched on Tuesday 19 July. You won’t know in advance if what you'll get is branded and most products will come de-tagged or marked – so if you only want branded items, which could normally cost up to £50 each, it’s a bit of a game to find them (but see our tips for spotting them in 'More info' below).

    As you'll notice below, when receiving your items, it isn't always a total mystery where they came from...

    Some trousers with a 'hidden' brand MSE Rhiannon previously bought

    Everything5pounds has to keep brand names a big secret, but MoneySavers on social media have spilled the beans on some of their top finds, including the below (though of course, we don't know which ex-high street stock is included in this sale or elsewhere on its site).

    For more discounted items, see Secret Office & Schuh outlets.

    Some items we spotted in the sale that you might've seen on the high street include:

    • What's feedback like?

      We've featured deals from Everything5pounds.com many times. Feedback on social media and in our forum is generally positive and it has a score of 4.5/5 from over 72,500 reviews at Trustpilot.

      If you're worried about its legitimacy, Everything5pounds told us: "All our branded items are real. We don't sell fake items or knock-offs. We do sell similar items but they would never contain the brand logo/name".

      As we mentioned above, it’s not guaranteed everything you pick will be from a well-known brand or store and if it is, it may have the tags clipped or otherwise marked to prevent returns to the original store.

      Is there a limit on how many items I can buy?

      You can order as many things as you want in a single transaction. It's worth bearing in mind though, that the cost of delivery is determined by weight. For example, we added three tops and a dress to our basket and delivery was £3.95, but if we then added a pair of boots to the same order, delivery increased to £5.85. You'll be told how much delivery will be before you complete the checkout, and you can then choose to take items out if you want.

      Before I buy, is there a way I can work out where the items are from?

      You won't be told where an item is from but it's worth checking the photos closely as sometimes you can see a logo or other branding which can tip you off. It's also worth checking the reviews – they won't mention the actual retailer, but often say the item's from a "well-known store". You may even recognise the item from the high street.

      Everything5pounds told us: "Branded and non-branded stock varies depending on what we are able to buy and time of year. There is never a set amount but there is always something. We deal with loads of suppliers so it can be extremely varied at times".

      Think of it as a totally online version of TK Maxx, where almost everything's a fiver.

      Are the non-branded items any good?

      Feedback has been generally positive, and as MoneySavers know, branded doesn't always mean better. Previously, we put this to the test and asked 10+ people at MSE Towers whether they could tell the difference between a selection of branded items from Everything5pounds.com with the labels cut out and non-branded – most said they'd be happy with either. 

      The odd item could smell like it had been kept in storage, but nothing a quick wash wouldn’t sort out. It’s always worth checking the comments online next to each item as often you’ll find feedback on the quality as well as tips on sizing.

      Everything5pounds and similar sites can also be good for the environment

      If you're worried about the environmental impact of so-called 'fast fashion', Everything5pounds says: "We help to lower the amount of unsold stock that could potentially go to landfill by repurposing ex-high street items and selling them for £5".

      Can I send my items back?

      If you return an item because it's not to your liking, you'll get a refund but you'll have to pay delivery to get it back to Everything5pounds.com. However, if an item is sent in error (eg, size different than your order) or faulty, you'll be sent a pre-paid returns label. If you have any problems, you can contact customer services at sales@everything5pounds.com or give them a call on 0208 997 3331.

      Warning: The website everything5pounds.co.uk is NOT affiliated with Everything5pounds.com – don't get confused. Everything5pounds.com is the site that we are covering here.

  • £4.50 for unsold high-street coats, shoes, dresses and more

    £4.50 for unsold high-street coats, shoes, dresses and more

    Via Blagged code valid on all items at Everything5pounds. Delivery's from £4

    Expired

    Online retailer Everything5pounds.com* sells clothes, shoes, bags and more at £5 per item – mostly women's stuff but it has some men's clothes too. It sources unsold stock from top high street brands and other unbranded items direct from manufacturers. MoneySavers on Twitter and Facebook have told us in the past they've received M&S and Topshop items, among others.

    Enter the MSE Blagged code WINTERMSE at Everything5pounds.com* and you'll get 10% off – taking most items down to £4.50 until 11.59pm on Sun 30 Jan. Delivery's from £3.95, but changes depending on the weight of the parcel, so for example adding something heavier such as boots may increase the delivery cost – see its help page* for more information.

    Although Everything5Pounds doesn't name the branded items on its site, it has confirmed to us that it stocks ex-high street goods. You won’t know in advance if what you'll get is branded and most products will come de-tagged or marked – so if you only want branded items, which could normally cost up to £50 each, it’s a bit of a game to find them (but see our tips for spotting them).

    As you'll notice below, when receiving your items, it isn't always a total mystery where they came from...

    Some trousers with a 'hidden' brand MSE Rhiannon previously bought

    Everything5Pounds has to keep brand names a big secret, but MoneySavers on social media have spilled the beans on some of their top finds, including the below (though of course, we don't know which ex-high street stock it currently has)...

    For more discounted items, see Secret Office & Schuh outlets.

    Note: Despite the name, not everything is £5 at Everything5pounds – we've noted below where an item is more than £5.

    Some items we spotted that you might've seen on the high street include:

    • What's feedback like?

      We've featured deals from Everything5pounds.com many times. Feedback on social media and in our forum is generally positive and it has a score of 4.5/5 from over 62,000 reviews at Trustpilot.

      If you're worried about its legitimacy, Everything5pounds told us: "All our branded items are real. We don't sell fake items or knock-offs. We do sell similar items but they would never contain the brand logo/name".

      As we mentioned above, it’s not guaranteed everything you pick will be from a well-known brand or store and if it is, it may have the tags clipped or otherwise marked to prevent returns to the original store.

      Is there a limit on how many items I can buy?

      You can only use the code once, but you can order as many things as you want in a single transaction. It's worth bearing in mind though, that the cost of delivery is determined by weight. For example, we added three tops and a dress to our basket and delivery was £3.95, but if we then added a pair of boots to the same order, delivery increased to £5.85. You'll be told how much delivery will be before you complete the checkout, and you can then choose to take items out if you want.

      Before I buy, is there a way I can work out where the items are from?

      You won't be told where an item is from but it's worth checking the photos closely as sometimes you can see a logo or other branding which can tip you off. It's also worth checking the reviews – they won't mention the actual retailer, but often say the item's from a "well-known store". You may even recognise the item from the high street.

      Everything5pounds told us: "Branded and non-branded stock varies depending on what we are able to buy and time of year. There is never a set amount but there is always something. We deal with loads of suppliers so it can be extremely varied at times".

      Think of it as a totally online version of TK Maxx, where almost everything's a fiver.

      Are the non-branded items any good?

      Feedback has been generally positive, and as MoneySavers know, branded doesn't always mean better. Previously, we put this to the test and asked 10+ people at MSE Towers whether they could tell the difference between a selection of branded items from Everything5pounds.com with the labels cut out and non-branded – most said they'd be happy with either. 

      The odd item could smell like it had been kept in storage, but nothing a quick wash wouldn’t sort out. It’s always worth checking the comments online next to each item as often you’ll find feedback on the quality as well as tips on sizing.

      Everything5pounds and similar sites can also be good for the environment

      If you're worried about the environmental impact of so-called 'fast fashion', Everything5pounds says: "We help to lower the amount of unsold stock that could potentially go to landfill by repurposing ex-high street items and selling them for £5".

      Can I send my items back?

      If you return an item because it's not to your liking, you'll get a refund but you'll have to pay delivery to get it back to Everything5pounds.com. However, if an item is sent in error (eg, size different than your order) or faulty, you'll be sent a pre-paid returns label. If you have any problems, you can contact customer services at sales@everything5pounds.com or give them a call on 0208 997 3331.

      Warning: The website everything5pounds.co.uk is NOT affiliated with Everything5pounds.com – don't get confused. Everything5pounds.com is the site that we are covering here.