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Discount codes

(20 Posts)
grannymouse303 Fri 29-Jul-16 15:10:55

Hi all,

I've been using this website a lot recently: www.vouchercodes.co.uk/

Some really great deals on there!

Mumsy Fri 29-Jul-16 16:39:26

I normally google the webite I want followed by voucher code, its surprising how much you can save, last week I got 25% off a years subscription at english heritage .

rubylady Fri 29-Jul-16 17:43:04

I only got free postage from Superdrug on a voucher, but it all counts. smile

POGS Sat 30-Jul-16 09:19:18

Looks interesting, will give myself more time looking into it.

My daughter went to Prezzo last week so the offer could have saved her money.

Thanks.

grannymouse303 Mon 01-Aug-16 16:24:46

Glad this was of help. Can anyone else recommend other ways to get discounts? (Online or otherwise)

Michelle smile

chelseababy Mon 01-Aug-16 16:41:04

There is a discount card for armed forces and veterans called Defence Discount Service which is free to use online and £5 for 5 years for a physical card to use in shops.

chelseababy Mon 01-Aug-16 16:42:33

Military and ex military can get free on board credit on P&O cruises.

olivia25483 Fri 12-Aug-16 09:23:54

hello, I have a valid coupon code I found on a web page I will share with you the link
www.promos-codes.co.uk/

JackyB Fri 12-Aug-16 16:04:12

I had to check if it still exists, but there is a groupon.co.uk.

grannymouse303 Wed 17-Aug-16 15:40:25

I've got the Groupon app - it's brilliant!

Yane Mon 12-Sep-16 20:48:55

Some of these discount codes look suspicious)) For example, it is not a good idea to look for discounts on medicine. I don’t believe in cheap treatment. On the other hand, a balloon trip or tennis classes may be at a lower price.

Katek Mon 12-Sep-16 23:57:02

Not a code as such, but British Gas are offering a third off buildings and contents insurance if you renew online. It's provided by Axa so above board. I just did a quote and it's half the price of my current policy through Saga

anthonymullian Fri 04-Feb-22 07:46:46

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Maggiemaybe Fri 04-Feb-22 08:39:12

Not quite a voucher code, but an easy way of saving, is www.topcashback.co.uk/home/

I’ve used it for years, and had over £1000 in all back on purchases I would have made anyway (at Boots, M & S, The Body Shop etc).

Marydoll Fri 04-Feb-22 08:46:54

I have a Pouch installed on my PC, but also browse generally for voucher codes. There are so many websites to choose from. I never buy, without searching first.

glammanana Fri 04-Feb-22 09:02:21

I have mentioned this on another post recently... BT have a new discount for people on Gauranteed Pension Credit its called Home Essentials and gives you your BB & Landline rental at £20 per month + discount on calls,well worth applying for ladies.

denisfrancis Mon 07-Feb-22 10:37:27

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Elless Mon 07-Feb-22 11:34:13

I have Honey installed on my laptop plus Topcashback, they have both been very rewarding.

Marydoll Mon 07-Feb-22 11:42:58

I have just bough a pair of trainers with my Topcashback rewards! I'm chuffed to bits.

Elizabeth27 Mon 07-Feb-22 12:43:36

I too have Honey as an extension, which stops me from forgetting to look for vouchers.