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Nails Inc logo£100ish Nails Inc set for £25 delivered*MSE Blagged. 10 polishes, incl metallic & snowflake effect

1,400 avail

If you go online to Nails Inc* via this MSE Blagged link, you can get a set of 10 full-size (10ml) Nails Inc polishes for £24.95 delivered. It would normally cost £100ish for all 10 polishes bought separately, so this set gives a strong saving. The deal ends when all 1,400 sets are sold, so go quick if you want to nail this offer.

Here's what you'll get in the set, along with the next cheapest prices we could find if bought individually:

  • Kensington caviar base coat (orange, dries clear) - £11 at Nails Inc (based on 14ml version)
  • Kensington Church Street snowflake (white sequin glitter) - £11 at Nails Inc (based on 14ml version)
  • Chelsea Passage fibre optic (gold and holographic strand glitter) - £12 at Amazon
  • Cadogan Square (beige) - £5.99 at Amazon
  • Victoria and Albert (red) - £11 at Nails Inc (based on 14ml version)
  • Sloane Mews (dark red) - £3.57 at Boots (based on 14ml version)
  • Bruton Mews (forest green) - £11 at Nails Inc (based on 14ml version)
  • Primrose Park (metallic blue) - was £11 at Nails Inc (but no longer available)
  • Wigmore Street (dark purple) - was £11 at Nails Inc (but no longer available)
  • Noho leather effect (matte black fabric effect) - £11 at Look Fantastic (based on 14ml version)

Although you can sometimes find certain individual polishes cheaper than the prices above as part of promotional sets, you'd be hard pushed to find them for £25 all-in.

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Nails Inc logo£40ish Nails Inc beauty gift set for £20*In stores & online. Part of the Boots 'Star Gift' Xmas promo

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MSE Update, Fri 6 Oct: Boots has decided to extend this offer until 11.59pm on Mon 9 Oct while stocks last.

If you go online to Boots* or visit one of its stores by 11.59pm on Thu 5 Oct Mon 9 Oct, you can get a Nails Inc 'Beauty of Dreams' unicorn-themed beauty set for £20 (norm £40), with contents worth £46 if bought separately, subject to availability. 

This is the first week of the annual Boots 'Star Gift' Christmas offers, which are popular with MoneySavers and in the MSE forum each year. Each week it releases an offer on a different gift product in the lead up to Christmas.

The Nails Inc gift set includes:

  • Illuminating sheet mask - 'Sparkle like a unicorn', 20ml, norm £5 at John Lewis.
  • Oil balancing sheet mask - 'Show me the bunny'. 20ml, norm £5 at Nails Inc.
  • Brightening silver peel off mask - 'Silver streak', 10ml, similar norm £5 at Look Fantastic.
  • Nail polish - 'Rainbow wishes', 14ml, norm £7.50 in two-piece set at Boots.
  • Nail polish - 'Dream dust', 14ml, norm £7.50 in two-piece set at Boots.
  • LipTrippin lipstick - 'Busy unicorning', 5.3g, new for this set but will be £8ish.
  • In a dream world lip gloss - 'Sleepy unicorn', 3.78ml, new for this set but will be £8ish.

Nails Inc Boots Star Gift 2017

Delivery's £3.50 if you order online, or you can collect in a store for free. Boots wasn't able to give us an indication of stock levels, so go quick if you want this.

Check out the Boots Star Gift thread in the MSE forum to see what MoneySavers are saying.

Nails Inc logo'Free' £11 Nails Inc polish with £2.50 magFull-size freebie on the cover of Marie Claire magazine

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If you buy the October edition of Marie Claire magazine (£2.50 at Tesco, £3.99 elsewhere - Shailene Woodley on the front) before Wed 4 Oct, on the cover you'll get a free full-size 10ml Nails Inc nail polish in one of 300 colours.

Similar Nails Inc polishes are about £11 each, so this could work out well for you if you’re after the polish, even if you don’t normally buy the mag.

As there are so many options you'll be limited in choice only by the colours your local shop has in stock – and you may have to root around the shelf to find your preferred option. These freebies are only available when buying the magazine in shops, so they won't be sent to subscribers.

20% off at Nails Inc

If you turn to page 215, you'll also find a code for 20% off on the 'Caffeine Hit' collection online at Nails Inc until Tue 31 Oct. It's not valid on delivery costs or VIP membership, and you can only use it on 'Caffeine Hit' polishes.

Nails Inc logo£91 of Nails Inc polish for £22 delivered*MSE Blagged. Eight polishes, incl glitter & leather effect

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If you go online to Nails Inc* via our Blagged link you can get a set of eight full-size (10ml) Nails Inc polishes for £21.95 delivered, normally £91 for all eight bought separately.

The deal ends at 11.59pm on Mon 4 Sep, or when all 600 sets are sold, so go quick if you want to nail this offer.

Here's what you'll get in the set, along with the next cheapest prices we could find if bought individually:

  • Chelsea Embankment (gold glitter) - £11 at Debenhams.
  • Chelsea Passage fibre optic (gold and holographic strand glitter) - £12 from third-party Amazon seller.
  • Mayfair Mews fibre optic (purple and silver strand glitter) - £11.80 from third-party Amazon seller. 
  • Noho leather effect (matte black fabric effect) - £11 at Look Fantastic (based on 14ml version).
  • Old Compton Street leather effect (matte grey fabric effect) - £10.71 at Boots (based on 14ml version).
  • Cheyne Walk (purple metallic effect) - £11 at Look Fantastic (currently out of stock).
  • Trafalgar Crescent galaxy effect (silver and holographic glitter) - £12 at Look Fantastic (currently out of stock).
  • Baker Street (cobalt blue) - £11 at Nails Inc (based on 14ml version).

Although you can sometimes find certain individual polishes cheaper than the prices above as part of promotional sets, you'd be hard pushed to find them for £22 all-in.

Nails Inc logo'Free' £11 Nails Inc polish with £4ish magFull-size freebie on the cover of £4.30 mag

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Buy the May edition of Elle magazine by Mon 15 May (£4.30, Victoria Beckham on the front) and on the cover you'll get one of four Nails Inc nail varnishes.

The 10ml nail varnishes (norm £11 each plus delivery) available are pale pink (Elizabeth Street), pale blue (Palace Gardens), grey (Porchester Square) and red (Tate).

As these varnishes are worth more than the magazine, if you want them it's worth buying the magazine even if you don’t want to read it, as it's cheaper than buying the product directly (but obviously, it's better value if you do read it!). You may have to root around the shelf to find a specific freebie if you’re after a particular colour.

We asked Elle, and it told us subscribers should also receive the freebie. The May edition of Elle is also available bundled together with Cosmopolitan magazine (norm £1) for £4.50 in selected stores, eg, Asda - but you still get the freebie, so it’s worth looking out for.

Free Nails Inc nail polish in Elle Magazine May 2017

Nails Inc logo£110ish Nails Inc set for £25 delivered*MSE Blagged. 10 polishes, incl glitter & latex effect

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If you go online to Nails Inc* via our Blagged link you can get a set of 10 full-size (10ml) Nails Inc polishes for £24.95 delivered, normally £110ish for all 10 bought separately. The deal ends at 11.59pm on Tue 21 Feb or when all 1,200 sets are sold, so go quick if you want to nail this offer.

Here's what you'll get in the set, along with the next cheapest prices we could find if bought individually:

  • Caviar base coat (clear) - £11 at Nails Inc (based on 14ml version).
  • Roseway (pale pink gingham effect) - £12 at M&S.
  • Albert Terrace (pastel pink cotton candy) - £12 at Nails Inc.
  • Red Lion Street (pink glitter) - £11 at Nails Inc (based on 14ml version).
  • Sloane Street (neon pink) - £12.99 from third-party Amazon seller.
  • Sloane Mews (plum) - £3.60 from third-party Amazon seller (based on 14ml version).
  • Upper Cheyne Row (delicate pale pink) -  £11.49 from third-party Amazon seller.
  • Shoreditch High Street (hot pink latex effect) - £12 at Look Fantastic (currently out of stock).
  • Hyde Park Place (pale grey) - £11 at Nails Inc (based on 14ml version).
  • Charing Cross (classic red) - was £11 at Nails Inc (but no longer available).

Although you can sometimes find certain individual polishes cheaper than the prices above as part of promotional sets, you'd be hard pushed to find them for £25 all-in.

£5 off your next order

If you order this set, you can use the code 5FORYOU to get £5 off your next order (not this set) until 30 Apr on full-priced items only.

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