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Cath Kidston up to 50% Off Sale Now On.

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I found a few good presents to put away for some family members who will be very impressed.

There are some nice looking wallets down from £28 to £14, some nice big chunky mugs for £4.50, purses down to £8 and some pretty sewing things for Nan.
And lots and lots of bags too. :)

I've put some direct links in the first comment.

Sale is instore and online.

Free collect from store, free delivery over £50, otherwise charges are from £3.95.

Plus 6.3% Topcashback (thanks saffstar).
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[PlayPennies Team] 4 Likes #1
Mugs £4.50, choice of 4 designs.

Folded Zip Wallets were £28, now £14, choice of 3 designs.

Travel Purse was £12, now £8, choice of 3 designs.

Purse/Make-Up Bag was £28, now £12.
I think this one might be an error as it's only meant to be a third off!

Teapots were £25 (!), now £12.50, but they are very pretty indeed. :)

Saddle Bags half price, now £30

Button Spot Day Bags half price, were £50, now £25.

Every Day Bags, various reductions depending on design, now from £25.

Bookbags starting at £7 (children's) or £10 for full size ones.

Edited By: edandhen on Jul 05, 2014 11:26: edit
1 Like #2
Interesting sale....another 5 minutes of my life I won't get back...! :p
[PlayPennies Team]#3
I'm even considering getting my son this for his new schoolbag.
http://www.cathkidston.com/pws/client/images/catalogue/products/422161/xsmall/422161.jpg

Edited By: edandhen on Jul 04, 2014 20:20
1 Like #4
thats mums xmas and my oilcloth for the diningroom chairs sorted thank you. heat added
1 Like #5
For me it's all about the bags, I find it strange you haven't mentioned them as there are some real bargains to be had if anybody has been after one but can't justify the price. I bought 3(!) earlier in the week, 2 as gifts and one for myself and I received them today, so pretty even the parcel bag they come in is pretty!
[PlayPennies Team]#6
elfoxy1
For me it's all about the bags, I find it strange you haven't mentioned them as there are some real bargains to be had if anybody has been after one but can't justify the price. I bought 3(!) earlier in the week, 2 as gifts and one for myself and I received them today, so pretty even the parcel bag they come in is pretty!
I'm not a handbag fan, so it's hard for me to see those as bargains, but I realise that's just me!

I did get a small one in last years sale for £8 and I use it as my baby's changing bag.

I'll pop some bags in the comments. :)
1 Like #7
Thank you, just ordered the Button Spot Day Bag that I've had my eye on for ages :) Don't forget Topcashback too!
[PlayPennies Team]#8
saffstar
Thank you, just ordered the Button Spot Day Bag that I've had my eye on for ages :) Don't forget Topcashback too!
That's the one I was trying to add a link for when I started having trouble with their website!
[PlayPennies Team]#9
Website fine now. :)
1 Like #10
Just ordered one-thanks
1 Like #11
Thanks that's another £50+ on stuff she just had to have !!!
[PlayPennies Team]#12
tocnai
Thanks that's another £50+ on stuff she just had to have !!!
Look on the bright side - at least she will have got free delivery. ;)
#13
I'm sure it is been on for a few weeks already as they kept sending me emails
#14
"Obviously anyone who spends £36 on a Cath Kidston Dog Bed is a bit mad, "

Do you know how much dog beds cost? Not those awful rectangles with dodgy filling which will hurt your dog and make him uncomfortable off the local market but a proper bed?

My dog is 22kg (Collie Alsatian cross) and I recently bought him a bed which cost £48, and that's pretty cheap for a proper bed which will make a large, elderly dog comfortable. I'd rather spend that much on a comfy bed for my dog than a purse for myself. Why's it OK to spend so much on a purse or a brolly but not a fury member of the family?

Edited By: squiff on Jul 05, 2014 10:51
[PlayPennies Team]#15
squiff
"Obviously anyone who spends £36 on a Cath Kidston Dog Bed is a bit mad, "

Do you know how much dog beds cost? Not those awful rectangles with dodgy filling which will hurt your dog and make him uncomfortable off the local market but a proper bed?

My dog is 22kg (Collie Alsatian cross) and I recently bought him a bed which cost £48, and that's pretty cheap for a proper bed which will make a large, elderly dog comfortable. I'd rather spend that much on a comfy bed for my dog than a purse for myself. Why's it OK to spend so much on a purse or a brolly but not a fury member of the family?
It was a joke, didn't mean to offend anyone.
It was meant as an example of the silly prices that they sometimes charge, even at sale time, but as I have no idea how much dog beds cost I must have got that wrong.
I think that asking £90 for a tiny flowery suitcase is too much as well, but that's just my opinion and if you're a fan then I suppose half price is better than full price.
I'll remove the offending comment if it upsets dog lovers. :)

Edited By: edandhen on Jul 05, 2014 11:24
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Must. Not. Buy. More. Things.
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edandhen
squiff
"Obviously anyone who spends £36 on a Cath Kidston Dog Bed is a bit mad, "

Do you know how much dog beds cost? Not those awful rectangles with dodgy filling which will hurt your dog and make him uncomfortable off the local market but a proper bed?

My dog is 22kg (Collie Alsatian cross) and I recently bought him a bed which cost £48, and that's pretty cheap for a proper bed which will make a large, elderly dog comfortable. I'd rather spend that much on a comfy bed for my dog than a purse for myself. Why's it OK to spend so much on a purse or a brolly but not a fury member of the family?
It was a joke, didn't mean to offend anyone.
It was meant as an example of the silly prices that they sometimes charge, even at sale time, but as I have no idea how much dog beds cost I must have got that wrong.
I think that asking £90 for a tiny flowery suitcase is too much as well, but that's just my opinion and if you're a fan then I suppose half price is better than full price.
I'll remove the offending comment if it upsets dog lovers. :)

It didn't upset or offend me at all, I was trying to say (although I didn't explain it very well) that a) £36 isn't THAT much for a dog bed if you know how much a decent quality or even designer brand bed costs and b) compared to many of the prices for CK products, £36 doesn't seem THAT steep. Obviously those beds would be far too small for a dog the size of mine and the equivalent size would probably be well over £100 if it a CK bed.

IF I was a huge fan of CK and IF I had a cat or very small dog and IF I was happy to spend that much on a tiny bed, would I buy it? Yes, probably I would

PS. My dog is a boy and if I bought him a pink floral bed he would pack his toys and chewy and leave home :)

Edited By: squiff on Jul 05, 2014 12:25
1 Like #18
Just bought a bag for myself and one as a birthday gift for a friend :) with topcashback! Great stuff, thanks
1 Like #19
Lovely bag bought for me and one for a friend's birthday...with topcashback too. Great stuff!
1 Like #20
Oh Lord, hide my debit card!!! <3
[PlayPennies Team] 1 Like #21
Use code CLOCK for Free Delivery until 9am Monday 28th July. :)

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