15% off everything 20th/21st July @ Homebase with code DISCOUNT15, works on sale offers
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15% off everything 20th/21st July @ Homebase with code DISCOUNT15, works on sale offers

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Found 15th Jul 2013
Homebase is giving 15% off everything instore and online this coming Saturday/Sunday with code DISCOUNT15. Works with existing up to half price sale offers. There are the usual exclusions - gift vouchers, hire etc.

If you have a Nectar card, you may also have a voucher for 15% off on Friday and for double points Sat/Sun.

Just had another email about this - the voucher code is DISCOUNT15.

I've removed an edit about voucher discounts on Wed/Thurs as I don't think it applied to everyone. I certainly didn't get them
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This is a real sweet deal. Heated
This is going to get hot.
Trying to think of excuses to buy something
Nice.. how did you find out about this OP?
how did u find out? this weekend if this untruth will report u
Mailshot received today.
Got one too !
Hot! Got things to buy and was going to leave it till end of the month but now no excuses with this 15% off! Thanks OP.
ChampionshipManager

This is going to get hot.



Not if you buy a fan or AC unit
looking for a nice garden bench - hoping to find one this weekend :-)
Does anybody actually buy anything from homebase when it's NOT x% discount weekend? They come around nearly as often as DFS sales. (_;)
Thanks a million for this, I missed the last discount weekend and really need bedroom furniture... This will be a BIG help!:D
make sure you keep an eye on those prices pre sales though they can get a bit sneaky sometimes!!!!!!!!!!!!!
why is this deal any better than the ones they have every other weekend... always offering 15% off?
tyke-eng

why is this deal any better than the ones they have every other … why is this deal any better than the ones they have every other weekend... always offering 15% off?



It's different because the ones 'they have every other weekend' don't exist. The % off everything instore/online isn't as frequent as some folks seem to think - try searching and see how far you have to go back. More frequent are the % off certain types of items - the last one was off fitted furniture a couple of weeks back and the one before that paint I think, about a month ago.
Edited by: "ceres" 15th Jul 2013
not good deal . their prices are way inflated so giving 15% is no deal.
What's the earliest you can reserve for a weekend collect at store?
Don't get too excited. They put prices up a few weeks before these deals and also some of there prices are way more than 15% cheaper elsewhere. Be a savy shopper and look around.
Don't get too excited. They put prices up a few weeks before these deals and also some of there prices are way more than 15% cheaper elsewhere. Be a savy shopper and look around.
Thanks..
ceres

It's different because the ones 'they have every other weekend' don't … It's different because the ones 'they have every other weekend' don't exist. The % off everything instore/online isn't as frequent as some folks seem to think - try searching and see how far you have to go back. More frequent are the % off certain types of items - the last one was off fitted furniture a couple of weeks back and the one before that paint I think, about a month ago.



Not far actually - the last was a month ago on 22/23 June. Before then 8/9 June and 25/26/27 May. Not quite every other weekend but certainly no less frequent than the specific item discounts you mention.
knack

Not far actually - the last was a month ago on 22/23 June. Before then … Not far actually - the last was a month ago on 22/23 June. Before then 8/9 June and 25/26/27 May. Not quite every other weekend but certainly no less frequent than the specific item discounts you mention.



Got links for those?
The rattan garden set I was after was £170 now it's £250!
Like most stores these discount weekends are a load of old bullssssssst
Shall pick up mixer taps I'm after,nice OP
Does the Nectar offer for Friday come by e-mail or post? Got a Nectar card but haven't had anything through.
Homebase is so overpriced it's untrue. I avoid and it seems a lot of others do as well as they were always quiet when I used to go in
So, what actually is the deal here?

Homebase have one of these weekends every 3 to 4 weeks. And every 3 months or so they do a 20% off weekend.
knack

22/23 June - … 22/23 June - http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/15-off-everything-instore-online-weekend-using-promotional-code-homebase-15739658/9 June - http://web.archive.org/web/20130610010055/http://www.homebase.co.uk/25/26/27 May - http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/15-off-online-store-using-promotional-code-homebase-1558571



@ceres Got a comment for these links?
thelittleman

@ceres Got a comment for these links?



Not for you titchy
Edited by: "ceres" 16th Jul 2013
knack

22/23 June - … 22/23 June - http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/15-off-everything-instore-online-weekend-using-promotional-code-homebase-15739658/9 June - http://web.archive.org/web/20130610010055/http://www.homebase.co.uk/25/26/27 May - http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/15-off-online-store-using-promotional-code-homebase-1558571



Thanks for these - was trying to work out why I can't get them in search. One wasn't posted, so that's explainable, still can't get the others in All All including expired. Hey ho, your googlefu is strong!
Got one those booklets in the post yesterday advert read cordyline was £ 50 now £25, 28 cm pot i do a lot gardening and this is ridiculous B&q £ 20 vastly over priced 15% off only worth if you already purchase a sale item
kracker69

Got one those booklets in the post yesterday advert read cordyline was £ … Got one those booklets in the post yesterday advert read cordyline was £ 50 now £25, 28 cm pot i do a lot gardening and this is ridiculous B&q £ 20 vastly over priced 15% off only worth if you already purchase a sale item



I agree £50 is over-priced but £25 for a 10 litre size is a good price and £21 is even better. If B&Q have them in a 10 litre pot for less, that's a bargain - I can't find a link. Do you have it?
ceres

Got links for those?

I've just checked on a washing machine and a fridge freezer which I was looking to buy from Argos this weekend after I move house. Thought I would check Homebase and they are about £30-40 more expensive - i.e. pretty much the same price once the 15% discount is applied.

Might be good for some items, but check elsewhere beforehand (I know you would anyway otherwise you wouldn't be on this site!)
chipper12

make sure you keep an eye on those prices pre sales though they can get a … make sure you keep an eye on those prices pre sales though they can get a bit sneaky sometimes!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Yes, there was something like that mentioned on Watchdog. One of the examples they showed was a kitchen advertised for £2,249 down from about £4,500 but the week before it was £1,949!(_;)
Edited by: "CAL23" 16th Jul 2013
If you see something like that happening, you should report it to Trading Standards, regardless of who the retailer is. They have to comply with the law on advertising sale prices.
I bought tiles from them for my Kitchen. I was a couple of boxes short so went back a couple of days later and the price had increased by a fair bit. Needless to say they were having a sale that weekend.
Some of the prices in there are unbelieveably high in comparison to other retailers. Check out the prices of their built in Ovens. Compare them online and you will be shocked at the price differences
Edited by: "hearts" 16th Jul 2013
I gotta say, I don't like Homebase. When we were doing our little kitchen they quoted £16k, B&Q were £8k... we went for IKEA at £1.5k and paid a independent fitter £1.5k to install it (£3k total), unbelievable quality for the price... to think they wanted £16k makes me a little sick.
You say about vouchers? Does this mean you can't use giftcards and vouchers with this? x
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