(From 17th-20th May / Online Only) Get 20% off 20 brands @ Boots (Incl No7, Jack Wills,Soap & Glory, Champneys & Boots Own brand + more)
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(From 17th-20th May / Online Only) Get 20% off 20 brands @ Boots (Incl No7, Jack Wills,Soap & Glory, Champneys & Boots Own brand + more)

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Refreshed 17th May (Posted 15th May)Edited by:"reindeer333"
Not a bad offer, I'm not sure if you can use the 10% student discount on top, we'll have to wait and see. It should work with multibuy deals however. Over 3000 products are included.

The brands included are: Natural collection, Fcuk, Joules, Masqd, CYO, My mood, Liz Earle, Lift, Soltan, Ted Baker, No7, Soap & Glory, Sleek, Botanics, Mark Hil, Boots (Including Boots Pharmacy), Jack Wills, Your Good Skin, Tea Tree and With Hazel, Champneys and Boots own brands.


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Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high street. Its usually so much more expensive than other places unless you happen to catch a good deal.
chezborg15/05/2019 19:17

Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high …Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high street. Its usually so much more expensive than other places unless you happen to catch a good deal.


Isn't that true for basically every retailer? I regularly shop for toiletries in Boots, Superdrug and Tesco, depends on where they have my preferred products the cheapest. And none is cheaper in general, you just have to go and check every time.
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Will look out for this, thanks for the information
Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high street. Its usually so much more expensive than other places unless you happen to catch a good deal.
chezborg15/05/2019 19:17

Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high …Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high street. Its usually so much more expensive than other places unless you happen to catch a good deal.


Isn't that true for basically every retailer? I regularly shop for toiletries in Boots, Superdrug and Tesco, depends on where they have my preferred products the cheapest. And none is cheaper in general, you just have to go and check every time.
chezborg15/05/2019 19:17

Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high …Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high street. Its usually so much more expensive than other places unless you happen to catch a good deal.


The advantage card keeps customers sweet
highdon15/05/2019 20:05

Isn't that true for basically every retailer? I regularly shop for …Isn't that true for basically every retailer? I regularly shop for toiletries in Boots, Superdrug and Tesco, depends on where they have my preferred products the cheapest. And none is cheaper in general, you just have to go and check every time.


Yep you just have to shop around all the time nowadays. Ok if you live close to a shopping centre/city centre with all the shops near each other but must be frustrating if you don’t. Amazes me how many people I know who don’t shop around and don’t consider even consider it. Similar to the coffee shop culture I think
chezborg15/05/2019 19:17

Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high …Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high street. Its usually so much more expensive than other places unless you happen to catch a good deal.


by charging the NHS £000S for certain prescriptions other pharmacy charge £00s
colliwag17/05/2019 06:43

Yep you just have to shop around all the time nowadays. Ok if you live …Yep you just have to shop around all the time nowadays. Ok if you live close to a shopping centre/city centre with all the shops near each other but must be frustrating if you don’t. Amazes me how many people I know who don’t shop around and don’t consider even consider it. Similar to the coffee shop culture I think


It's not just little things people don't shop around for. It is estimated that millions of people (I can't remember exact data) are being completely ripped off on their car and home insurance by letting the contract renew every year. It takes 15 minutes on the phone once a year to lower your premiums by hundreds of pounds. But I guess they pay a prize for their ignorance and laziness, doesn't bother me too much. Except for the fact that companies attempt this all the time on everyone now they know they can get away with it.
chezborg15/05/2019 19:17

Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high …Never ceases to amaze me how Boots has managed to survive in the high street. Its usually so much more expensive than other places unless you happen to catch a good deal.


But when they do deals they’re usually excellent.

I regularly buy hair products and vitamins from Boots when it’s 3 for 2. Bought a Phillips One Blade from there last week for half the RRP with a further £6 back in Advantage points. Worked out £22 instead of £56.99. Not to mention meal deals, the usual Xmas offers on Soap and Glory for every female in the family and the occasional deal on Sauvage for me or Modern Muse for the wife.

It’s just a case of knowing what and when
colliwag17/05/2019 06:43

Yep you just have to shop around all the time nowadays. Ok if you live …Yep you just have to shop around all the time nowadays. Ok if you live close to a shopping centre/city centre with all the shops near each other but must be frustrating if you don’t. Amazes me how many people I know who don’t shop around and don’t consider even consider it. Similar to the coffee shop culture I think


The people who don't shop around subsidse those who do and that's what keeps every business alive. If everybody moneywise was as astute as hukd'er it would run every business to the ground. But agree with your initial point boots is very expensive. I never buy from boots unless I've checked online anywhere else..
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