Crown 2.5ltr paint 3 for £30 (£10 each) - all varieties including fashion for walls and indulgence rage @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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All Crown 2.5Ltr emulsion paint is 3 for £30 in B&Q in store and online including their Fashion for Walls and Indulgence ranges. I went into buy a single tin from the Crown Fashion range and a single tin was £22. I saw the poster for Crown 3 for £30 but a staff member said it was only for the standard emulsion range usually price £18.99.

I checked online and all Crown paints were shown in the offer so picked up 3 tins, took them to the checkout and they went through for £30 giving me a massive discount of £36 effectively making each tin £10 each.

Definitely worth checking out if you're planning on a bit of decorating.
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#1
Offer has been on for a few weeks have bought the crown fashion pains it's just under £24 a tin but we got 3 for £30. It's a great offer.
#2
Crown Kitchen & Bathroom Mouldguard 3 for £30
Thanks
#3
Does anyone know when the offer ends? Thanks
#4
from wha t I was told they are discontinuing the crown range ready for valspar..
#5
littlewelshgirl
from wha t I was told they are discontinuing the crown range ready for valspar..


Pretty sure you've been told wrong. Some of the crown ranges are being discontinued in some (smaller stores) but they will still stock the standard range. I believe larger stores are keeping the entire range. The only paints I've seen discontinued are the older style colours (B&q own brand) range for the redesigned tin.

The valspar is supposed to be a direct replacement for the dulux colour mixing though normally takes up more room so might see fewer off the shelf products. They will still be selling crown paints.
#6
This has been going on for a while and was 2 for £20 before that. last I checked B&M had it BOGOF (£18 each) but that did not include bathroom & kitchen paints.
#7
Wilko's have 20% off all paint at the moment
#8
GPT
Does anyone know when the offer ends? Thanks

I spoke to B&Q and the offer ends 6th November
#9
Does it include white kitchen paint?
#10
cracking deal this just in time for my decorating
#11
These were half price 2 weekends ago so not a brilliant deal.
#12
Worth paying the extra for dulux, one coat against 2 or more with crown
#13
drumie
These were half price 2 weekends ago so not a brilliant deal.

Don`t be a numpty.
We don`t have time machines!
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eslick
Worth paying the extra for dulux, one coat against 2 or more with crown
Rubbish. I always use Crown much better than Dulux.
#15
I agree. Personally I think Crown is far superior to Dulux.
#16
My local Dulux Decorator Centre are doing 30% off all Trade tinted colours for walls int/ext til the end of October. This is the best paint you can buy & once you've used them I guarantee you won't want to use retail paints ever again. They cost a bit more but u get 30% extra coverage, approx 17sqm per ltr, opacity sharper, pigment superior, finish is amazing. I've used crown, Leyland, Johnstone etc & they font come close to the finish from Dulux.
#17
thx
#18
None of my local B&Q;s had any of the Crown Bathroom and Kitchen Range in stock yesterday and click and collect isn't available, just been to the B&Q in Erdington on the Spitfire Island, and they had a good range of them in. Although I bought the last 3 in the colour I wanted.

Staff said the leaflet says the offer finishes 23/10

Edited By: sotv on Oct 18, 2014 10:18
#19
Crown paint is not what it used to be.
For white and magnolia I much prefer Leyland and for colours the dulux trade.
Wickes trade paint is also much better than Crown.
The one to avoid at all costs is the in house b&q paint (I think is called Colours).
It's very thin and dries while you're painting so it peels off if you're not very quick.
Of course there are better paints out there but in a very different price range.
#20
b&q have discontinued crown kitchen and bathroom only a handful of stores have some left but will only be stocking standard crown eventually.
#21
Plus to be fair you get what u pay for it pains me when people buy the value paints and wonder why it's thin and not covering well.
#22
Jefft
eslick
Worth paying the extra for dulux, one coat against 2 or more with crown
Rubbish. I always use Crown much better than Dulux.

Could always have started that sentence after your first word, everyone is allowed an opinion and manners are something that hot dealers should be happy with as they are free :)
#23
Terrible paint, dulux is the only way to go, and as for valspar lmao good luck with that
#24
Great deal, picked up 3 cans from the "Period Colours" range, normally £24 a tin. I've used Dulux and all the rest but I find Crown gives the best results with emulsion.
#25
Great thank u :) got period colours and fashion for walls, 3 for £30 :) was meant to be £24 each x

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