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Glamour Beauty Box RRP £74 only £13.59 with code @ Latestinbeauty

£13.59 @ Latestinbeauty
A fab deal! I've bought loads of this boxes before. The great thing about this site is there's no monthly contract, you can see what's in the box before you buy and they are crammed full of the latest… Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
A fab deal! I've bought loads of this boxes before. The great thing about this site is there's no monthly contract, you can see what's in the box before you buy and they are crammed full of the latest beauty products. Got a birthday coming up or looking to treat yourself? Grab one of these boxes before they sell out.

Use discount code: GLAM20 to get 20% off stated price bringing the box down to £13.59
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#1
No need to buy this, the £74 RRP will raise your eyebrows...
#2
GrantG182
No need to buy this, the £74 RRP will raise your eyebrows...

What's the reason for not buying this? The products in the box do retail at over £70. Although people may not spend that it's definatly worth the £13 with free delivery
#3
sounds good but is it a trick to sign you up for the 12 months subscription!?. X
#4
princessnataliefariss
sounds good but is it a trick to sign you up for the 12 months subscription!?. X

Nope. Exactly what I said in the post. I have bought from these before. No subscription or trick x
#5
Deysell13
GrantG182
No need to buy this, the £74 RRP will raise your eyebrows...

What's the reason for not buying this? The products in the box do retail at over £70. Although people may not spend that it's definatly worth the £13 with free delivery
Provided they aren't running this offer as a major loss, a few years ago, I worked as an ecommerce manager for a beauty salon, whom have a few salons across the country and a competitively priced online shop. In my time there, never once did I see any product being sold with a markup anywhere close to having an RRP of £74 and being able to remain profitable at ~£15. Generally, beauty products go from 1.4-1.6 markup online and the majority of manufacturers set RRP's at 2 (i.e. Cost: £10. RRP: £20. Sell: £14-16).

Just speaking from my own experience - could be legit, but won't be surprised if these are samples (which are usually supplied FOC every time upon ordering full-size items) or if there is another ploy (i.e. 12 month subscription).
#6
GrantG182
No need to buy this, the £74 RRP will raise your eyebrows...
Haha love it! Looking at what's in it, don't think its much of a deal.
1 Like #7
GrantG182
Deysell13
GrantG182
No need to buy this, the £74 RRP will raise your eyebrows...
What's the reason for not buying this? The products in the box do retail at over £70. Although people may not spend that it's definatly worth the £13 with free delivery
Provided they aren't running this offer as a major loss, a few years ago, I worked as an ecommerce manager for a beauty salon, whom have a few salons across the country and a competitively priced online shop. In my time there, never once did I see any product being sold with a markup anywhere close to having an RRP of £74 and being able to remain profitable at ~£15. Generally, beauty products go from 1.4-1.6 markup online and the majority of manufacturers set RRP's at 2 (i.e. Cost: £10. RRP: £20. Sell: £14-16).
Just speaking from my own experience - could be legit, but won't be surprised if these are samples (which are usually supplied FOC every time upon ordering full-size items) or if there is another ploy (i.e. 12 month subscription).

As I said I have ordered from these before lots of times. If you view what's inside the box it will tell you size of items there are normally a mixture of full size and smaller sizes. There's no monthly fee or contract. I appreciate your comments though it's up to the members to decide whether they want to get themselves a bargain or not!
#8
I bought three sets at Christmas two as gifts one for me and no catch just a great way to try new premium brands/products for a modest outlay.
#9
I paid 25.00 each but I received a serum which is 19.00 in holland &barretts.
#10
mabwitch78
I paid 25.00 each but I received a serum which is 19.00 in holland &barretts.

Nice! Which boxes did you order?
1 Like #11
Heat op. I have bought these before and have been impressed. They advertise what is in the box so you can decide for yourself if you are getting a good buy. Gives us a chance to try products that you want to without breaking the bank. I have sensitive skin so ideal for me.
#12
I love this company. generally they contain sample sizes and a few full size products. Perfect for travel or trying out a new brand or product. The samples can be generous too. The still eyeliner in this box is lovely!
#13
these are great boxes for the price

I work for a company that supplies some of the stuff in the box, we supply them at cost or free to LIB as a marketing exercise hence why they can afford to sell them so cheaply
#14
I've has two free sample sets from Glamour before, one was almost all samples, but the other was a No17 set with about £30 worth of products in!
#15
ScorchingHot
I've has two free sample sets from Glamour before, one was almost all samples, but the other was a No17 set with about £30 worth of products in!

This is a glamour jointly with latestinbeauty nearly all items I have received have been full size
#16
I love lib collections really is worth the money I want to try the crackers has anyone bought any if so what has been received
#17
I've had boxes from LIB before ... They are exactly as promised on the website. No strings, no subscriptions. Like someone has already mentioned they are often promotions or smaller sizes but they provide all this detail on the site. A good priced fix for any cosmetic junkie.
#18
I've had these boxes loads of times! They are great and totally worth every penny, it's nice as you can try things that you wouldn't normally purchase!! Happy with the price too!! Thanks x
#19
I too regularly buy these and have always been impressed. so exciting opening.
#20
Have purchased Glamour collections several times now and always impressed so far. I bought them as gifts for daughter, nieces etc. - late teens who are very picky and all were thrilled with their gifts.
Some are special sizes but a good few full size too.
I tried a lookfantastic box where you don't get to see the products before you buy, but was far less pleased with that - wouldn't have purchased if I had known the contents in advance!
I am guessing the products are subsidised/partially funded from marketing budgets as they are often new introductions etc. they probably find that in this social media age, getting the products straight to the "right" users is more cost effective than magazine or TV ads etc.

Edited By: bigredbucket on Jan 15, 2015 12:27

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