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Paperchase logo'Free' 2.05 coffee at Paperchase*With purchase at selected stores via Treat Me card


If you regularly shop at a Paperchase* flagship store (see below), pick up its Treat Me loyalty card to get a free filter coffee up to the value of £2.05 at the Tinderbox café in store when you show your receipt from a purchase.

You can sign up to the card in store at Paperchase on the day to get the offer, but you'll have to activate it online* whilst you're there.

You can get one 'free' coffee every seven days, you can also get 10% off food in the café with this offer. See full T&Cs*.

Participating flagship stores (find your nearest*) include:

  • Tottenham Court Road, London
  • Buchanan Street, Glasgow
  • St Mary's Gate, Manchester

The online T&Cs stated that the free drink was coffee or any hot drink up to the value of £2.05, but we contacted Paperchase and it said this was not the case - you'll only be able to pick up coffee.

MSE Rhiannon says:

Whilst this offer isn't as strong as some others we've seen, it's a no-brainer if you regularly shop at a flagship Paperchase store to pick up a coffee when you've finished your shop. If you don't usually shop at Paperchase or don't like coffee, it's not worth a special trip.

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Paperchase logoFREE 5 spend at Paperchase*With 'Treat Me' loyalty card on your birthday


If you sign up to the free Paperchase* 'Treat Me' loyalty card by picking one up in store then registering online, on your birthday you'll get £5 off in store or online with no minimum spend (see full T&Cs*). 

It's valid for up to 14 days after your birthday. You'll not be able to use it with any other offer but when we tested it we were able to use it on sale items in store. 

MSE Rhiannon says:

If you're a fan of Paperchase, picking up its 'Treat Me' card is well worth it for this birthday offer alone, as well as the initial 15% off code valid for the first 30 days after you get your card. If you spend £50 in six months, you'll get another £5 to spend and the card also gets free upgrades to next day delivery (any spend), or free click & collect (normally £2.99) on £10+ spends.

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Paperchase logo'Free' Valentine's Day gift wrapping*Selected stores via Treat Me card with purchase of paper


If you've got the perfect gift for your Valentine, but your gift-wrapping skills are limited, Paperchase* is offering free gift wrapping to its Treat Me loyalty card holders on Mon 13 Feb at selected stores when you purchase the gift and paper (starts at £1) in store. You can sign up to the card for free in store at Paperchase on the day to get the offer.

Paperchase says there will be a selection of ribbons and acessories available for free.

Participating stores (find your nearest*) include:

  • Tottenham Court Road, London
  • Buchanan Street, Glasgow
  • Merry Hill, near Dudley
  • Liverpool One
  • Bishopsgate, London
  • Oxford
  • Lakeside shopping centre, Essex
  • Maidenhead
  • HOF Wycombe
  • Birmingham Grand Central
  • Peterborough

If your store is on the list and it is participating, Paperchase told us that the times the wrapping service is available vary, so it's best to give your store a ring before turning up if you've only a limited amount of time on the day.

MSE Rhiannon says:

If you're visiting a flagship store, like Tottenham Court Road, don't forget you can also pick up a free tea or coffee in its café in store, plus get 10% off food (see full T&Cs*).

Paperchase logoPaperchase 'January' sale*Up to 50% off in stores and online


Website: Paperchase*
Find your nearest: store locator*
Start date (online): It started on Fri 22 Dec.
Start date (in stores): It started on Boxing Day.
Likely to boost? Previously, it's boosted on 6 Jan adding more items and discounting some products further. There's no guarantee it'll do the same this year, we'll update you here when we know more.

Paperchase logoPaperchase 5 off 25, 10 off 50*Codes valid on most items, eg, 'back to school'. Excl sale


You can get £5 off when you spend £25-£49 at Paperchase* with the code TMTREAT5 or £10 off when you spend £50+ with the code TMTREAT10 until 11.59pm on Sun 4 Sep - great if you're stocking up for the new school year, or heading off to university. Delivery will be free as you'll be spending more than £25, or collect from a store (find your nearest*).

Both codes are valid everything, but they can't be used on sale items or with other offers (eg, 3for2 on stationery). To use the codes, you'll need to be signed in to a Paperchase 'Treat Me' account (or sign up if you don't already have one).

If you're an existing 'Treat Me' customer, you can also get the discount in Paperchase stores. You should've been sent a voucher (check your emails) to show at the till with your 'Treat Me' card.

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Discount not valid on stamps and gift cards, or at concessions (eg, House of Fraser).

Paperchase logoPaperchase 5 off 35, 10 off 60*Codes valid on everything, eg, 'back to school'. Excl sale


If you go online to stationery and cards retailer Paperchase* you can get £5 off when you spend £35 and enter the code 5PAPER, or £10 off when you spend £60 and enter 10PAPER, until 11.59pm on Mon 31 Aug. Delivery's free as you'll be spending more than £25, or you can collect (find your nearest store*).

Both codes are valid on everything apart from sale items, so can't be used in the 'outlet' section of the site. Yet they do work alongside existing offers, eg, 3for2 on 'back to school' stationery.

Paperchase logoPaperchase 15% off*Online code for full-price items


Get the code from VoucherCloud* and enter it online at stationery retailer Paperchase by 11.59pm on Sun 2 Nov and you'll get 15% off full-price items. Delivery's £3.25. Can't be used on sale items or with any other offers. Maximum one code per person.

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