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Students can get 20% off when shopping at H&M via Unidays until 11.59pm on Sun 3 Oct. You can also get the discount in stores when you show a valid student ID (find your nearest). If you're an H&M member, you can get free click and collect, or free delivery.
The discount is valid on both full-price and sale items, but there are some exclusions (see 'more info' below). To get the discount, you'll need to verify your email address via Unidays.
See our Student Deals page for more like this.
Code valid for two weeks
If you're not already signed up to H&M's free loyalty scheme, you can join via the H&M app* or website*, and you'll get 10% off plus free delivery (norm £3.99) on your next purchase online or in store.
H&M told us that you'll then have two weeks to use your voucher. You can see your voucher's expiry date when you sign in via the H&M app or website.
How to use it online
At the checkout stage, click on the box next to 'Add H&M Club voucher' (underneath the discount code section), and it will be applied automatically.
How to use it in store
To use it in store you'll need to download the H&M app*. Go into the members section of the app and click 'activate in store only'. A voucher will then appear, which you'll need to show to your cashier at the till. Important: Once activated, the voucher will only be valid for 15 minutes - so make sure you don't activate it before you're at the checkout.
The voucher works on both full-price and sale items, but it can't be used on gift cards, designer collaborations, special collections or with any other discounts.
If you bring a bag of unwanted clothes or home textiles to your nearest H&M*, you can get a £5 off £25 voucher to spend in store. H&M says the clothes can be any brand and in any condition.
H&M has confirmed to us that the scheme is back now shops have re-opened. It also told us that you need to donate a standard-size supermarket carrier bag of clothes or textiles. It says on its website that you can drop your clothes off at any local H&M.
For more info see H&M's 'close the loop*' page.
There are always ways to save money at H&M*, 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:
- Keep an eye on shop layouts and you could find out when a sale's coming up. Items are generally laid out by season's look in stores, but when a sale's coming, they're arranged into categories, eg, trousers and tops - if you're about to purchase and you notice a layout change, it could be worth waiting.
- Try haggling. In May 2016 we polled 1,400 MoneySavers to see in which shops hagglers have most success. H&M came out with a 50% success rate - so it's worth a go. Find out more in our Haggle on the High Street guide.
- Check out similar retailers, eg, New Look and other fashion retailers. If you're not committed to buying from H&M, check out our deals from New Look, Asos, Next, Topshop, Topman, River Island and Zara, where there may be a better offer.
- Want more? Find out more shopping tricks in our Shopping Secrets guide.
- Had a problem with H&M? 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 work with to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to H&M*.
Latest Expired Deals
H&M 'up to 50% off' sale
Online and in store. Incl women's, men's, kids' and beautyExpired
When we checked on Tue 6 Jul, there were over 6,100 items in the sale across men's, women's, kids', home and beauty.
Here are a few examples we found:
- Baby's three-piece cotton set – £4 (were £8.99)
- Women's cotton blend hoodie – £10 (norm £17.99)
- Men's hoodie - £12 (was £24.99)
- Linen blend duvet set – £20 (norm £39.99)
For more like this, see our Summer Sales page.
H&M free suit hire
Online only, UK-wideExpired
Fashion brand H&M has launched a totally FREE suit hire service for anyone with an upcoming job interview. You can book a suit online at H&M and it will be delivered to your door – the service covers the entirety of the UK. You must return the suit within 24 hours using the return parcel and pre-printed slip that comes with it. As it's a trial run, H&M isn't yet able to say if this will be an ongoing service.
There's no need to show proof of an upcoming job interview and H&M says the service can also be used for other important occasions besides interviews.
Be warned though – when we checked on Wed 21 and Thu 22 Apr we found there was no availability. H&M advised us to check back at a later time.While the service is free, you will be charged the full retail price of the suit if you return it damaged or more than 48 hours after its due back. H&M says it will get in contact with you to collect the fees if this happens, and that it will donate them to charity.
For more clothing savings, see our Spring Sales page.