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  • SOLD OUT: £397 of products in Red Magazine beauty box for £55 all-in (normally £75)

    SOLD OUT: £397 of products in Red Magazine beauty box for £55 all-in (normally £75)

    Including Elizabeth Arden, Rodial, Supergoop!, Weleda. Plus year's digital Red Magazine

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    Update 11.48pm on Tuesday 16 April: This deal has been really popular with MoneySavers and is now sold out.

    Go via this Hearst Magazines link*, and you can get 'The Red Beauty Essentials Box', plus a year's Red Magazine digital membership for £55 all-in. It's normally £75, but we've blagged £20 off.

    Hearst values the box at around £425, though we've calculated you could currently buy all the items for around £397 (£367 for the beauty products, £30 for the Red digital membership) – so still a whopping amount. The Red Magazine digital membership won't auto-renew after 12 months.

    The deal's on until 11.59pm on Thursday 18 April, or while stock lasts – though Hearst won't tell us exactly how many boxes are available, so go quick if it's something you want. Here's what you'll get...

    The box contains 10 full-size and mini items including serum, toner, plumping cream and sun cream. Below is the full contents, plus where we've found each item cheapest.

    • Avant Skincare Eight Hour retexturing & anti-oxidising hyaluronic facial serum, 30ml (full-size) – £89 at LookFantastic
    • Espa Tri-Active Regenerating phyto-collagen plumping cream, 55ml (full-size) – £57.40 at LookFantastic
    • Rodial Retinol Booster drops, 31ml (full-size) – £80 at John Lewis
    • Argentum La Potion Infinie, 14ml – £41.20 based on full-sized 70ml at Argentum
    • Supergoop! Unseen sunscreen SPF 30, 73.9ml (full-size) – £40 at Space NK
    • Shiseido Ultimune serum power infusing concentrate, 10ml – £23.33 based on full-sized 15ml at John Lewis
    • Elizabeth Arden retinol ceramide capsules line erasing night serum, seven-day pack – £11.43 based on full-sized 30-day pack at LookFantastic
    • Dr Haushka facial toner, 30ml – £10 at Dr Haushka
    • E45 face foaming cleanser, 150ml (full-size) – £6.40 at Ocado
    • Weleda skin food, 30 ml (full-size) – £8.25 at Cult Beauty
    • Red Magazine digital membership for one year – Normally £29.99

    For more beauty offers, see our Cheap make-up and beauty deals round-up.

  • 'Free' Starbucks reusable cup

    'Free' Starbucks reusable cup

    When you buy an iced drink. Gets 25p off future drinks

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    You can get a free Starbucks reusable coffee cup when you scan your Starbucks Rewards app and buy a grande (medium) sized iced drink (excluding Frappuccinos) on Thursday 18 or Friday 19 April only at selected Starbucks stores.

    This freebie is available to new and existing Starbucks Rewards members. If you're new, you'll need to join and download the free Starbucks app, then either order via the app, or scan the app in select stores or via drive thru when purchasing a grande sized iced beverage, while stocks last. Your drink will then be served in the free reusable cup.

    Starbucks doesn't usually sell this cup, but similar reusable cups that you can buy in stores cost from £5. Meanwhile a grande iced drink costs from £4.95, but this can differ depending on location.

    The offer is only available at stores where you can redeem Starbucks Rewards – use the store locator and filter with 'redeems rewards' to find your nearest store that'll be offering the freebie.

    What’s more, you can reuse the cup to get 25p off any future Starbucks drinks you buy – see MSE Rhiannon’s blog on reusable coffee cup discounts.

    Previously, when Starbucks ran similar offers, some stores ran out of the cups so go early in the day to avoid disappointment.


    Thirsty for more? See our round-up of free teas & coffees.