Mulberry 20% off in John Lewis prices - Price-Matching - Including Bayswater
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Mulberry 20% off in John Lewis prices - Price-Matching - Including Bayswater

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Found 26th Nov 2015
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Maybe not suitable for everyone but might make a good Christmas Present! John Lewis are price matching & Mulberry has 20% off most items!
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That's the wife's Christmas present sorted. Have some heat and thank you.
*sob* why oh why am i running about buying xbox's and ps4's when no **** will buy me a mulberry bag
pinkcandyfloss

*sob* why oh why am i running about buying xbox's and ps4's when no **** … *sob* why oh why am i running about buying xbox's and ps4's when no **** will buy me a mulberry bag



Probably because you use language like that
mr321

Probably because you use language like that



the word used was actually a northern term of affection , Its not my fault hotukdeals doesn't like local dialect . oO
pinkcandyfloss

the word used was actually a northern term of affection , Its not my … the word used was actually a northern term of affection , Its not my fault hotukdeals doesn't like local dialect . oO



Heat added
good deal, Bayswater rarely if ever gets discounted!
Thanks, got myself an early xmas present oO
Not really much for men's goods.
Thanks OP. That's the perfect present to myself
Does anyone know who JL are price matching with?
I would also be interested in who they are price match, wife wants a small Freya which isn't reduced at JL. Thanks.
Selfridges Kerrynl
Thanks but it looks like their promotion has ended.
Hi Kerrynl the offer is on until Sunday. A lot of stock has sold out though and not everything is in the promotion. Enter SELFCCE at the checkout with selfridges to get the offer.
That's my wife's Xmas made. First time I've ever seen any money off the Bayswater. Thanks OP (I think) ;-)
Edited by: "andrew74" 28th Nov 2015
kerrynl

Does anyone know who JL are price matching with?



selfridges i think
Anyone tried this instore?
£600 -£700 for a handbag AFTER the 20% reduction .... or £1200 even, no wonder OP didn't want to mention a price in title
n3m3s1s

£600 -£700 for a handbag AFTER the 20% reduction .... or £1200 even, no wo … £600 -£700 for a handbag AFTER the 20% reduction .... or £1200 even, no wonder OP didn't want to mention a price in title



Some can, just like any other luxury item, cars, jewellery, high price electronics.

Gotta say for a first post this was epic...managed to ring a store with stock and bought the classic of mulberry bags for £716 instead of £895, delivered to me. This has been on my wife's wish list for years so with the 20% off I had to take the plunge (even though I think it's overpriced!) worth it for the reaction I'll get when she opens it at Christmas! BIG Thanks dawn0408 for the heads up, I was sure I'd missed the opportunity when I saw this deal 3 hours ago and none of the local stores (75mile radius) had stock.
aforumac

Some can, just like any other luxury item, cars, jewellery, high price … Some can, just like any other luxury item, cars, jewellery, high price electronics.Gotta say for a first post this was epic...managed to ring a store with stock and bought the classic of mulberry bags for £716 instead of £895, delivered to me. This has been on my wife's wish list for years so with the 20% off I had to take the plunge (even though I think it's overpriced!) worth it for the reaction I'll get when she opens it at Christmas! BIG Thanks dawn0408 for the heads up, I was sure I'd missed the opportunity when I saw this deal 3 hours ago and none of the local stores (75mile radius) had stock.



Oh absolutely old chap, but hardly a luxury, I'd say! More of a whimsical want, or a consumable even !

Good for you How spiffing ! :{-. Although a word of warning old chap - one might avoid telling her you actually bought it as "reduced" stock - that would certainly spoil the moment and might make it seem somewhat cheap.
aforumac

Some can, just like any other luxury item, cars, jewellery, high price … Some can, just like any other luxury item, cars, jewellery, high price electronics.Gotta say for a first post this was epic...managed to ring a store with stock and bought the classic of mulberry bags for £716 instead of £895, delivered to me. This has been on my wife's wish list for years so with the 20% off I had to take the plunge (even though I think it's overpriced!) worth it for the reaction I'll get when she opens it at Christmas! BIG Thanks dawn0408 for the heads up, I was sure I'd missed the opportunity when I saw this deal 3 hours ago and none of the local stores (75mile radius) had stock.



​Glad you got to take advantage of it. I'm sure she will love it.
n3m3s1s

... one might avoid telling her you actually bought it as "reduced" stock … ... one might avoid telling her you actually bought it as "reduced" stock - that would certainly spoil the moment and might make it seem somewhat cheap.



Thanks for the words of advice though I don't class a discount as reduced stock and frankly I don't think she'll be too bothered about how much I paid for it, she knows it's worth. Besides, it's a present, do you tell your loved ones how much you spent on them?! oO

Again thanks to the OP for this!
n3m3s1s

Oh absolutely old chap, but hardly a luxury, I'd say! More of a whimsical … Oh absolutely old chap, but hardly a luxury, I'd say! More of a whimsical want, or a consumable even ! :{Good for you How spiffing ! :{-. Although a word of warning old chap - one might avoid telling her you actually bought it as "reduced" stock - that would certainly spoil the moment and might make it seem somewhat cheap.




I get annoyed with my husband if he DOESNT buy me presents that are reduced/on offer/good value. We need our money more than any shop.
Although I have to say, I just don't understand why anyone would pay £1000 for a handbag, other than for bragging rights.

Ah well, variety is the spice of life and all that...
1on4

I get annoyed with my husband if he DOESNT buy me presents that are … I get annoyed with my husband if he DOESNT buy me presents that are reduced/on offer/good value. We need our money more than any shop. Although I have to say, I just don't understand why anyone would pay £1000 for a handbag, other than for bragging rights. Ah well, variety is the spice of life and all that...




Yes indeed , or instead you could buy 20,000 bags for life - enough to keep a small town in bags to carry "things" around with them.
so cool, good for my wife.
I brought my wife a Bayswater a few years back - she never uses it. It's at the bottom of the wardrobe inside the lovely cloth bag
how do you get the 20% here? online does not show 20% off any of the handbags?
thesmellyone

I brought my wife a Bayswater a few years back - she never uses it. It's … I brought my wife a Bayswater a few years back - she never uses it. It's at the bottom of the wardrobe inside the lovely cloth bag



Will give you a tenner for it X)
bobjeet

how do you get the 20% here? online does not show 20% off any of the … how do you get the 20% here? online does not show 20% off any of the handbags?


Offer finished yesterday
Managed to get one for my wifes Xmas too, that should get me some brownie points!!
thesmellyone

I brought my wife a Bayswater a few years back - she never uses it. It's … I brought my wife a Bayswater a few years back - she never uses it. It's at the bottom of the wardrobe inside the lovely cloth bag


I'll buy it off you!
£600 for the name £100 for the bag.
Also usable as a guest on a satirical topical news quiz. Now that's a bargain.

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Edited by: "sylv" 18th Dec 2016
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