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  • Hot Diamonds 40% off EVERYTHING code

    Hot Diamonds 40% off EVERYTHING code

    Including its already-reduced outlet. Plus FREE delivery (norm £5)


    If you go online to Hot Diamonds* and enter the MSE Blagged code MSE40 at the checkout, you can get 40% off everything until 11.59pm on Tue 22 Jun. It's valid on items in its already-reduced outlet, where items are up to 50% off, with no exclusions. 

    Delivery's free (norm £4.90) if you enter the separate code JEWELS at the checkout. Hot Diamonds has confirmed you can stack both codes together and standard delivery should take 3-5 working days.

    Hot Diamonds sells a range of necklaces, charm bracelets, earrings and more. Stock of certain items may be limited, so go quick if you find something you want.

    For discounts on other brands, see our Online Outlets A-Z.

    MSE Laura B says:

    From what I've seen, this code makes Hot Diamonds the cheapest place to buy its jewellery, but I haven't compared prices on every item, so always do your own checks before buying. Stock on the outlet is very limited, so go quick if there's something you're after.  

    Here are a few strong examples I found on Tue 15 Jun:

  • TWO pairs of prescription or standard sunnies from £22

    TWO pairs of prescription or standard sunnies from £22

    Stack our Blagged code with existing offer for spec-tacular deal


    You can get two pairs of prescription or non-prescription sunglasses from £22 delivered if you use our MSE Blagged code MSEJUNE on top of two existing Glasses Direct* offers, before 11.59pm on Mon 21 Jun. The code also gets you free delivery.

    We headline here on sunnies given time of year but also because this code'll get you free tints, which are usually £10. If you're after regular prescription specs, with no tints, try this Glasses Direct two specs from £16 introductory offer.

    Here's what to do:

    1. 2for1 on prescription glasses £49 or over. Glasses Direct has a range of 2for1 frames priced from £49*, where you get the cheapest free. Throughout the process Glasses Direct will try to upsell you to higher quality frames, lenses, and different options (such as varifocal) etc. If you want the absolute cheapest price, you can avoid these extras. However, if you do prefer to opt for these, the same original discounts do apply but of course the higher spec you go the smaller the discount will be in proportion to the total cost, as all your extras will be charged at full price.

    Once you pick your frames (Boutique frames are excluded), you'll be asked to choose your lens package. If you don't want any extras such as scratch-resistant coatings, you can avoid the extra costs by clicking on 'continue with basic lenses'.

    2. Choose tinted lenses to get sunglasses. To choose sunglasses, when it comes to picking your lens type, you'll need to select 'sunglasses' and then 'dark tints'. It may say that it costs £10 extra for sunglasses lenses, but this will be reduced to free once you've entered the code at checkout.

    Annoyingly, even if you don't want prescription lenses, because of how the website works you will have to create a prescription. Select 'PLANO' in the Cylinder (CYL) dropdown for each eye to ensure you get plain, non-prescription lenses. 

    3. Code gets £27 off, free tinted lenses & free delivery. After adding the second pair to your basket, you can either enter your prescription or opt to send it later. Use the code MSEJUNE at checkout by 11.59pm on Mon 21 Jun to get an extra £27 off ANY glasses where the frames cost £49+ (before 2for1 discount), free tinted lenses and free delivery. 

    Combining these offers can get you two pairs of glasses from just £22 delivered. What's more, the second pair doesn't have to be the same prescription as the first, so you could get one for yourself and one for someone else. Or one pair of prescription sunnies and one pair of specs. This deal won't work on very strong prescriptions – see 'More info' below.

    Check out our cheap glasses page for other glasses deals..

    MSE Laura B says:

    While this isn't the cheapest glasses deal we see from Glasses Direct, this is the cheapest it's offered two pairs of sunglasses. All in all, I think two pairs of prescription or non-prescription sunnies for £22 is a scorching deal and nothing to throw shade at. 

    A particularly good feature is that if you're unsure about the style of glasses you'd like or if you're wondering if a certain pair would suit you, Glasses Direct has a 'Home Trial' service where it’ll send you some frames to try out before you buy. It's told us that as long as you order a Home Trial from your account before the code expires, Glasses Direct will honour the code up to a week after it expires.

    You don't need to buy the same frames that you tried, but if the code's expired you'll need to call Glasses Direct to place the order on 01793 746601.

    • How to get them cheapest

      Single vision lenses are free with all orders. Other lenses and lens packages can be added at an additional cost. In some cases (depending on your prescription and order type), Glasses Direct may contact you and ask for a photo of your eyes so that it can fit the lenses accordingly. 

      If you copy and paste the code, make sure there are no spaces either side of it as this can prevent it from working. If you're still having difficulty, try clearing your cookies and starting again.

      If you need bifocal lenses you'll have to pay an extra £39, and it's an extra £49 for varifocals.

      This deal won't work on very strong prescriptions

      Orders for very strong prescriptions are excluded, such as when the combined SPH and CYL is greater than +/-8.00, when the CYL is over +/-4.00, if there is more than a 5.00D difference between each eye or if the prism correction is over 4.00 in any direction.