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25% OFF EVERYTHING at DULUX Decorating Centres

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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Just as all the deals on Dulux seemed to have dried up (pardon the pun) I found this link which is valid on EVERYTHING. Just print off the 2 page voucher on the link page and take it with you to your local Dulux Decorating centre.

http://www.duluxdecoratorcentre.co.uk/wcsstore/DDCUK/en_US/ddc_files/april25.pdf
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#1
dont start a fight when you get to the checkout because they didnt take off the amount you thought...T&Cs The discount is off shelf edge price ex VAT.
but a great deal if their prices are good to start with.....
#2
The usual trade card 10% dicsount doesn't apply either - still this is a very convenient tip - they usually only have x2 2 day 25% discount days per year. The first was a week or so ago, the next is usually around the end of the year. Thanks to the poster - very useful pointer.
#3
Can't see their Bathroom paint on the website, is it only their trade brand that they sell?
#4
Many thanks. Just about to convert a garage into a new bedroom for my son.
#5
chris197
Can't see their Bathroom paint on the website, is it only their trade brand that they sell?


They sell trade and Giddens - which is the contractor brand. The coloured paint has to be mixed to order, and other tip if you buy a tester - which I strongly suggest you do as the printed charts are at best an approximation - you can claim the tester price back when you buy the paint. - oh and use your Nectar card.

The paint costs more that the stuff in B&Q, but is better quality and importantly needs to be thinned quite significantly before use - think of it more as concentrate - so usually works out at the same cost/slightly cheaper than DIY store stuff.

The paintbrush offer is v reasonable too 10 brushes for £10 - 25% plus the VAT.
#6
Can this be used on paint that you get mixed
#7
SIS
Can this be used on paint that you get mixed


yep it's on everything
1 Like #9
Acrylic eggshell will be ok for bathroom
#10
Need 25% off with their prices :whistling:
#11
You Get What You Pay For!!!!!!
#12
Tut Tut...... price isnt always an issue.. ive worked for them for 18yrs.. its all about the service you get in-store.
As for the bathroom, soft sheen is actually the paint you require..(same as dulux retail bathroom paint) but a proper product with much better coverage. as for the diamond eggshell (water based) its a harder wearing answer.
As the other posts point out, we sell Dulux and Glidden paint and 25% brings it to a very similar price as retail paint but you get a product that produces atleast 10% more coverage.

get proper advice and good service when shopping for paint :thumbsup:
#13
I have to agree with VIKING69, the service is so so much better, i went to b&q and well lets just say will not be buying paint there again!
1 Like #14
Tip: Anyone afer Dulux Magnolia matt 10 ltr, better to get from Costco if you have card & is local to you £36 as opposed to over £50 at DTC before discount. HTH someone.
#15
chris197
Can't see their Bathroom paint on the website, is it only their trade brand that they sell?


within the trade stores you can have the complete colour card made into a paint suitable for use in the bathroom.. just request vinyl soft sheen and select your colour.
diamond eggshell is a harder wearing product but its also £10 more expensive.
#16
We get 10l of mag matt for just over twenty quid from them :thumbsup:
Acrylic eggshell is alot more hardwearing for the bathroom than soft sheen :whistling:
#17
hudds town
We get 10l of mag matt for just over twenty quid from them :thumbsup:
Acrylic eggshell is alot more hardwearing for the bathroom than soft sheen :whistling:


£20.. not from DDC you dont unless you spend £15,000+ per month. thats Glidden money and thats plus Vodka And Tonic.
There isnt acrylic eggshell anymore... diamond eggshell is its replacement.. its also a multi purpose paint suitable for walls, wood and metal.. a truly multi surface product.
there is no doubt its better quality but unless your jetwashing your bathroom then soft sheen is suitable for domestic use. you could even use vinyl silk if you could put up with the sheen level !! :thumbsup:
#18
The Glidden paint is the nuts. The only thing we ever use as it so much better than the tack you get in B&Q and the like.
#19
15k a month easy.No water based finish on any woodwork in my house (old school me).
#20
After 25% prev VAT the price will 38.30 for 10L of dulux trade matt. My local dealers in London charge £35 inc VAT normally and do a further 10% off for all purchases over £50 so not a good deal and available throughout the year - also you can mix and match other products to get the 10% discount!
#21
zchari5
After 25% prev VAT the price will 38.30 for 10L of dulux trade matt. My local dealers in London charge £35 inc VAT normally and do a further 10% off for all purchases over £50 so not a good deal and available throughout the year - also you can mix and match other products to get the 10% discount!


[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Not sure if you comment is very helpful to anyone who lives more than 5 miles away [/COLOR]:whistling:

So you shop at Holloways Finest then! The lidl's of N19... the only place in london to buy paint straight from the back of the lorry and get extra 10%..
i assume you can still tie your horse up outside.. just dont do there before 10am.. cos all the local "cowboys" are buying there paint :thumbsup:

[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Our 25% is off EVERYTHING... and you dont need to spend more than you need..[/COLOR]
#22
i just signed up online and logged in and ordered a load and it just says i can pick up from store how do i get it delivered to my premises?

I only signed up to pay and get it delivered as i have a couple of small houses to refurb?
#23
Sybarite
They sell trade and Giddens - which is the contractor brand. The coloured paint has to be mixed to order, and other tip if you buy a tester - which I strongly suggest you do as the printed charts are at best an approximation - you can claim the tester price back when you buy the paint. - oh and use your Nectar card.

The paint costs more that the stuff in B&Q, but is better quality and importantly needs to be thinned quite significantly before use - think of it more as concentrate - so usually works out at the same cost/slightly cheaper than DIY store stuff.

The paintbrush offer is v reasonable too 10 brushes for £10 - 25% plus the VAT.


I need to paint my spare room its a small room you could fit one single bed in there with little room to walk about the side and the back. Considering my nearest trade center is about 30 mins drive away do you think the savings are really worth it? my local B&Q store is right next to me.

Also when you say the paint needs to be thinned quite alot excuse my ignorance how is this done? does this have to be done?
#24
slinkydonkey
I need to paint my spare room its a small room you could fit one single bed in there with little room to walk about the side and the back. Considering my nearest trade center is about 30 mins drive away do you think the savings are really worth it? my local B&Q store is right next to me.

Also when you say the paint needs to be thinned quite alot excuse my ignorance how is this done? does this have to be done?


Nope the saving isn't worth it in your instance - better off doing the occasional offers at homebase et al. Believe there's 25% off all paint mixes at Homebase this weekend if that helps.

Especially with the undercoat/primer you can barely brush it on if unthinned - depending on what it is you need to thin with water/white spirit to the usual double cream consistency for use.

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