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  • If you go online to Halfords and sign up to its free Motoring Club*, you can get a £10 off £20 'welcome' voucher to use in store or online. Halfords confirmed the £10 voucher can be used on any product or service (excluding gift cards), and is valid for 12 months from when you sign up.

    If you're shopping online, you'll have the option to select the £10 voucher in your basket once you've added the items you'd like to buy. If you're shopping in a store simply log into your account*, select 'My Account', then select 'Rewards & Benefits' and show the QR code at the checkout. 

    What's more, the Motoring Club membership also gets you a free 10-point car health check and £10 off an MOT (normally £39.99) at any of its 700+ stores and garages. Simply book in your car by choosing your time slot online (find your nearest*). Halfords says both of these benefits are valid for a year and will be renewed annually. If you're already signed up to Motoring Club, you should be able to find these vouchers in your online account, too. 

    There are two versions of the Motoring Club – a free version and a 'premium' version that costs £4.99 a month. You can sign up to the free version and still get the vouchers. However, when signing up you need to enter your vehicle registration number, so you'll need to have a vehicle to get this deal.

    What's covered by the Halfords free car check?

    The 10-point car health check takes around 20 minutes and normally costs £15, but it's totally free when you sign up to the free Motoring Club. The following checks will be carried out:

    • Headlight check
    • Brake light check
    • Wiper blade condition check
    • Battery health check
    • Windscreen chip check
    • Tyre depth check
    • Tyre inflation check and top-up
    • Oil level check
    • Screen wash top-up
    • AdBlue and coolant check

    There's no obligation to buy anything or act on any advice you're given – these checks are completely free – though Halfords could try and upsell you throughout the process.

    For other ways to drive down costs, see our Motoring MoneySaving tips.

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  • Halfords is offering a free bicycle safety check at all of its stores (find your nearest*). There's no need to book - simply pop along with your bike and ask a member of staff for a free bike check, which shouldn't take more than 10-15 minutes and covers all of the following:

    • Handlebars
    • Wheels/tyres
    • Gears/chain
    • Brakes
    • Saddle
       

    Obviously, it's no coincidence Halfords is doing these checks when it also sells bike parts and cycling accessories. Staff might try to upsell you (eg, new tyres, saddle etc), but there's no obligation to act on any advice you're given, or to buy anything.

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

    • Free Click & Collect. Standard delivery's free at Halfords, but only when you spend £30 or more. If you're spending less, delivery's £2.99 - but you can avoid paying this by collecting your order from a Halfords store for free (find your nearest*).
       
    • Check for offers. See the Halfords offers page* to find seasonal offers and sales throughout the year. Of course, we'll feature the broader discounts, but you may find a slightly more niche offer on the Halfords page that works for what you're buying.
       
    • Try haggling. We polled 1,400 MoneySavers to find out in which shops hagglers have most success. Lots of high street retailers are known to give discounts to customers who ask, so it's always worth a punt. For more haggling tips, see our Haggle on the High Street guide.
       
    • Check similar retailers. If you're not committed to buying from Halfords, check for deals from other stores such as ArgosTesco Direct or Millets, where you may find there's a better deal.
       
    • Want more? Find out more shopping tricks in our Shopping Secrets guide.
       
    • Had a problem with Halfords? There's a free online tool you can use to draft, manage and if necessary escalate a complaint. It's called Resolver, and we like it so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice - you can use it to complain to Halfords*.
       

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

Latest Expired Deals

  • Halfords FREE 10-point winter car check

    Halfords FREE 10-point winter car check

    At 750+ locations. Including battery, bulbs, oil & windscreen check

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    Go online to Halfords* and you can book a free 10-point car health check at any of its 750+ stores and garages (find your nearest*).

    It takes about 30 minutes and normally costs £15, but it's totally free until store/garage closing time on Mon 14 Feb. Simply book in your car by choosing your time slot online.

    What's covered by the Halfords free car check?

    • Headlight check
    • Brake light check
    • Wiper blade condition
    • Battery health
    • Windscreen chip check
    • Tyre depth check
    • Tyre inflation check and top up
    • Oil level
    • Screen wash top up
    • AdBlue and coolant check

    There's no obligation to buy anything or act on any advice you're given – these checks are completely free – though Halfords could try and upsell you throughout the process.

    For other ways to drive down costs, see our Motoring MoneySaving tips.

  • Halfords 'up to 40% off' selected items

    Halfords 'up to 40% off' selected items

    Including £10 Frozen 2 tri-scooter (normally £16), and £130 TomTom Go (normally £180)

    Expired

    If you go online to Halfords*, you can get 'up to 40% off' selected items in its Black Friday sale until 11.59pm on Wed 1 Dec. Delivery is free on orders when you spend £20 or more, but there's a £30 delivery fee for built (as opposed to boxed, unbuilt) adult bikes and £20 for built kids' bikes. Bulky items and online exclusives will also incur a delivery. 

    Here are some strong examples we found at 3.32pm on Mon 29 Nov:

    Important: Don't allow yourself to be taken in by the hype around Black Friday and be sucked into buying something you don't need or can't afford. Always do your own price comparisons to ensure you are getting the best deal possible – don't just take a retailer's word for it.

    MSE Jules says:

    If you were thinking of buying a scooter for the kids', or if you need some new tools for the garage, now might be a good time to have a look. However, don't assume Halfords will always be cheapest. Make sure to check prices against competitors such as Evans Cycles, eBay and Amazon.