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£19 Boots No.7 cosmetics for £5
Combine voucher, 3for2 AND kiosk coupon
Combine offers
This is a seriously hot, if somewhat glitch(ish) in-store code stacking deal (ie combining different codes). It's a bit fiddly and hasn’t been confirmed with Boots, but well worth a try. Remember, it might not work, so please don't take it out on the Boots staff if the combo doesn't happen for you.

Here's how you get the deal...

Step 1: Spend £5+ in-store on anything. You will then be given two No. 7 vouchers one for £5 off No.7 skincare and one for £3 off No.7 make-up.

Step 2: Use the vouchers in-store on its No. 7 current 3for 2 offer. So combine the 3for2 with the money off vouchers. Here’s an example

Buy 1 x £7 facewipe (skincare) = £7
Buy 2 x £6 nail polish (counts as makeup) = £6 (because it’s a 3 for 2 with the cheapest free)

Yet the vouchers then take £5 off for skincare, and £3 off for make up. So that’s £19 of stuff for £5. We’ve tested this and it works (instore staff have also confirmed this, but Boots officially hasn’t).

Step 3: Push it baby. All pretty straight forward up to here and very good. Yet if you’re of a mind to really push it…

- Check your coupons from the in-store kiosk – you know the thing that looks like an ATM machine you stick your card in. The vouchers are usually targeted but check for one that gets you £2 off any lipstick or mascara in Boots and 100 points (worth £1). This should work with the above promos (but its unconfirmed and may be a glitch so be aware).

- Now to use the kiosk coupon (valid on lippy and mascara), substitute one of the £6 No.7 varnishes for a £9 No.7 lipstick, and you'll get another £2 off and £1 worth of points back on your card.

So in theory, when you use the kiosk coupon, you're getting £21 worth of products for £5 (one of those pounds being in Boots points from the coupon, back onto your card).

Step 4: Push it baby – push it real good! You may be able to find some No. 7 individual items still left in the 75% off sale. We have highly unconfirmed reports that these will work with the vouchers. So if you’re really going for the full ‘Salt 'n' Pepper’ you could try bagging some of these.

got all this info from martin money saving expert..... hope its a good deal for all.

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spicy_gal 2 Likes #1
love the 'salt and pepper theme' to your post. I'm going to try this today! thanks
gocat73 1 Like #2
thank u spicy_gal, would love to take the credit but got this from martin money saving expert. hope u managed to get some fantastic deals.
aw08 2 Likes #3
wow what a mind to work all that out !!! grt tnxs
craciun 2 Likes #4
This sounds intresting . Long ago I was using this coupons ( lots of them ) and and up with more then 20 nail varnishes witch I payed no more then 50p each
zakeriyah 1 Like #5
It depends on which Boots you go to because they have changed their policy on using both vouchers.
This sounds intresting . Long ago I was using this coupons ( lots of them ) and and up with more then 20 nail varnishes witch I payed no more then 50p each

I have a large box of no7 nail varnishes all brand new. Don't have time to apply them lol
Boots are no longer giving out the vouchers with a £5 spend. So unless you already have one from last week you won't be able to take advantage of this offer x
Also the small print of the vouchers state that you can't use them on price reduced lines, so 75% off sale items will not be eligible for the spend xx
Couldn't use both vouchers together today, and only 3for 2 on facial items and buy one get one half price on make up items in no7
ashopaholic123 1 Like #11
Can confirm they won't let you use voucher on reduced items but has worked on all of the other above done it several times and also got the free gift when they still had them in stock. Was posted about a week it two ago. Still got some vouchers left might get some more. Member of staff at the till was also telling people about it and sending them back for more items!
RedTurkey 1 Like #12
Pay with a £20 Boots Gift Card from Argos costing £15 and there's even more saving!

Edited By: RedTurkey on Jan 24, 2013 07:04
I tried to get a voucher yesterday and was told it ended the day before. Does anyone know how often they issue the £5 vouchers?
hohnjooper 1 Like #14
hot deal but the salt n pepper stuff is really odd.
Wouldnt accept £5 coupon off No7 reduced gift set last week BUT got £92 worth of products fo £20.90 so didnt complain & still have voucher to spent before it expires!
angela harris#16
You cannot use both vouchers in the same transaction it states clearly on the voucher and boots stores are aware of the glitch and will not let you
Spookirules 1 Like #17
Wouldnt accept £5 coupon off No7 reduced gift set last week BUT got £92 worth of products fo £20.90 so didnt complain & still have voucher to spent before it expires!
You have never been able to use vouchers on gift sets!
When I worked there it was a case of "if the till lets you do it, you can do it".
I would like to add that as a nail polish fan, No7 nail polish isn't great.
BruceEBonus 3 Likes #18
Works with Sal 'n' Pepa theme but not Pump Up The Volume theme.
Boots assistant confirmed this as I tried body popping by the till on me boombox innit?
In fact the Security Guards also confirmed it as they threw me on to the street outside stating that "We don't want no discount seeking body poppers in this pharmacy, bruv".
Or. At least I think that's what they said.
Anyway. It's strictly theme-dependent then. Cheers
It's now buy one, get one half price at my local boots.
this has been posted before. You can't use both vouchers in the same transaction, like someone else has said it does clearly state this on the vouchers. I tried a few weeks ago and the till won't accept them both.

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