Buy one get one half price on all standard coloured emulsion paint +15% Off When Using Free Reserve & Collect On £50+ Orders @ Homebase
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Buy one get one half price on all standard coloured emulsion paint +15% Off When Using Free Reserve & Collect On £50+ Orders @ Homebase

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Expires on 19/11/2019Posted 8th Nov
Buy one get one half price on all standard coloured emulsion paint, including testers and mixing. Excludes pure brilliant white.

Includes Farrow & Ball, and Dulux.

Expires 19/11/19
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Was about to post this! It should work with the 15% off deal in store, on a £50+ Spend
Also Includes testers and mixing, excludes pure brilliant white

If you end up spending over £50 and are close enough to a store to Reserve and collect, you'll be able to get 15% off when paying in store.


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So there are 2.5L tubs of Dulux from £16 / Two for £24 or 5L tubs from £28 each or Two for £42

Although stock is low on the Home of Colour range, 2.5L tubs are £6.50 each or £9.75 for two - Worth a check on the off chance that your local has what you want.

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Crown Matt Emulsion - Soft Grey - 10L - £10 Each / Two for £15

Crown Magnolia - Matt Emulsion Paint - 10L - £10 Each / Two for £15

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Dulux Walls & Ceilings Goose Down - Matt Emulsion Paint - 7.5L £20 Each / Two for £30 / 4 For £60 (Works out £15 each) -15% when paying instore = £51 Total / Working out at aprox £12.75 each

Same Price: Dulux Walls & Ceilings Chic Shadow - Matt Emulsion Paint - 7.5L

Same Price: Dulux Walls & Ceilings Polished Pebble - Matt Emulsion Paint - 7.5L

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B&M has Dulux 2.5l for £12 each.
So if buying just one , you better off at B&M.
Thanks @NeoTrix
Just bear in mind that most of those supermarket paints are rubbish.
I'm a trader and do occasionally painting jobs.
On my quotes I've extra note saying that if paint is provided by customer then I'm charging extra 50% for labour.
I'm sick of this crappy paints.
Most of them require 3 coats just to change from magnolia to pure white.

Go for stuff like Leyland Trade Acrylic, Leyland Trade Vinyl, Crown contractor, Crown Trade, or Dulux trade from decorating centre (most expensive).
The petrol used to find a Homebase, probably uses up the saving.
teddybeers09/11/2019 09:52

Just bear in mind that most of those supermarket paints are rubbish.I'm a …Just bear in mind that most of those supermarket paints are rubbish.I'm a trader and do occasionally painting jobs.On my quotes I've extra note saying that if paint is provided by customer then I'm charging extra 50% for labour.I'm sick of this crappy paints.Most of them require 3 coats just to change from magnolia to pure white.Go for stuff like Leyland Trade Acrylic, Leyland Trade Vinyl, Crown contractor, Crown Trade, or Dulux trade from decorating centre (most expensive).


Is craig and Rose any good ?
Ouzoherb10/11/2019 08:46

Is craig and Rose any good ?


Never used. I'm trying to stick to the brands I know
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