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With a history stretching back almost 500 years, the Post Office is one of Britain’s best loved institutions. It’s a place to send post, buy stamps, exchange currency, save money, take out mortgages and credit cards, and even purchase landline or internet services. It has branches in every UK town and offers plenty of discounts. All the latest offers can be found at the hotukdeals Post Office pages. Read more

All Post Office Deals, Discounts & Sales for September 2020

Purple Surgical Liquid Hand Sanitiser 100ml £4.79 + £2.99 delivery at Post Office
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Purple Surgical Liquid Hand Sanitiser 100ml £4.79 + £2.99 delivery at Post Office£7.78
Hand sanitizer gel
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I'd prefer that Gin cold.... Oh wait so is this :p maxmix


It does say it is based on the WHO specifications. This probably means it is a fairly runny product since those specs don't include gelling agents or stuff like Aloe Vera. Interestingly the people who make this also run courses to learn how to make gin.


Composition: Alcohol denat 80% (v/v), Aqua (18.3%) Glycerol 1.45% (v/v) Hydrogen peroxide 0.125% (v/v) Gives the impression this is more medical grade than general supermarket type stuff?


At nearly £80 per litre you'd be cheaper buying gin to rub on your hands then drink what you don't need :) (annoyed)


This is illegal. Unless it’s the normal price

Mrs Gleams 50ml Antibacterial Sanitiser Hand Gel, Pack of 24 - £48.11 Delivered @ Post Office
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Posted 26th MarPosted 26th Mar
Mrs Gleams 50ml Antibacterial Sanitiser Hand Gel, Pack of 24 - £48.11 Delivered @ Post Office£48.11
Hand sanitiser from the POST OFFICE. Considering how difficult it is to get hold of it's not the worse deal, providing you know other people that need it, so you can share it roun… Read more
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The tiresome comment is people jumping on the virus bandwagon and posting for posting's sake. £2 per bottle and having to buy 24 bottles is a poor deal when there are alternatives available. Also a lot of similar deals are added with caveats of "subject to availability in your local store"..


How do you clean the hand sanitizer bottle? Water alone works fine too.


Lucky you then, think about others who may not live close to an Aldi, or any outlet that has stock, they may be very glad to see these "tiresome deals"!


42p in my local Aldi and in stock. Cold These threads are getting pretty tiresome tbh ...


Ah well our postie is breaking their laws then and we aided and abetted him by giving him a another bottle of our hand gel because he had none. Awaiting a knock at the door any moment!!

Post Office Fibre Broadband 36mb £20.90 per month - £250.80
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Posted 15th MarPosted 15th Mar
Post Office Fibre Broadband 36mb £20.90 per month - £250.80£250.80
20.90 a month, solid broadband. Some people complain about them some dont but I always used them with no issues and can recommend it! Good price for a fibre broadband and 12 mo… Read more
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I agree they are bad. I moved house 6 months into my contract and they have forced me to take out a new 12 month contract at their current price which is higher at £25 per month.


Have to agree with all comments about their poor customer service, delaying tactics and just shocking all round experience, I'll be leaving as soon as I can!! Do not sign up with this company, they are the Arnold Clark of broadband!!


I had thought the cooling off period was the 1st 14 days of being live, not from ordering (confused)


They might have to come inside to test your telephone master socket.


Interested in this but never had fibre before. Can I install it myself or do they have to send an engineer? My wife would certainly not allow anyone in the house in these crazy times

Post Office buy to let Mortgages: 1.96% 5 year fixed deal BTL £495 fees, £500 cashback, 60% LTV
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Post Office buy to let Mortgages: 1.96% 5 year fixed deal BTL £495 fees, £500 cashback, 60% LTV
This will work out better for most than the TSB deal posted. After cashback the difference is £200 in fees, and the lower rate will save that for nearly every mortgage size over th… Read more

53,000 is not, the covid deaths are circa 29k


That figure is deaths from covid-19


Tbf those excess deaths are because people aren’t being seen for other regular illnesses. People are committing suicide at a higher rate, more people are avoiding hospitals for heart attacks and strokes. It’s weird you’re coming back to troll that guy now that you were ‘more right about death tolls’. That says a lot about you my dude.


Do you remember writing this a mere seven weeks ago.? 'We are not like the Italians who go around kissing each other all day & our casualties will be a fraction of theirs'. As of yesterday, on the government's accepted measure, UK deaths are now marginally ahead of Italy's (29,427 to 29,315). If you accept the latest FT/ONS-based 'excess death' number of 53,000 we're far, far worse & 2nd only to the even more incompetent Americans! This Farage-esque mantra that we are inherently 'better' than Johnny Foreigner is deeply, deeply flawed. Maybe us Brits are getting a long overdue lesson in the dangers of hubris.



Fibre unlimited up to 38mb average speed £20.90 per month work out £13.40 a month read descriptions - £250.80 @ Post Office
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Posted 1st FebPosted 1st Feb
Fibre unlimited up to 38mb average speed £20.90 per month work out £13.40 a month read descriptions - £250.80 @ Post Office£250.80
Decent price for 12 months contract for fibre unlimited up to 38mb plus £90 topcashback work out £13.40 or broadband choice offering £60 amazon voucher so work out £15.72
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£60 new line and installation for me. Doesn’t make it worth it over 12 month contract


I had huge problems with BT and swapped to PO about 3 or 4 years ago - NO PROBLEMS SO FAR (and I use it a lot!). Also recommended to 2 friends one had some connection issues (but she had them with BT and AOL as well). She finally sorted them out by switching to PO fibre on the recommendation of the help desk The other friend has been with them for 3 years and has had his router replaced (for FREE) once, again no issues. My only gripe with PO, and many other providers, is the "hidden" cost of using the phone but I just use my mobile to make all my calls. You can also cut the phone bills using a service like 1899.


Was with Post Office standard broadband for a year (as I cannot get fibre at my house) and honestly would not recommend them. They use the TalkTalk network and had nothing but connection issues with dropouts nearing every day. Been with NowTV Broadband since October and cannot fault them


Sky is no better. Can stream 1080p no problems for £20 a month unlimited... But downloading...PFFFFF....forget that.. About 600KB/S


Inch of cowboys..... waited one month and received no modem but harassed with txt messages and emails. Need to get their house in order as far as communication go before offering and kind of service.i binned them in the end as I was sick of their Emory promises.

Gp Ultra AA batteries 12 pack for £2.50 @ Post Office (St James's)
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Gp Ultra AA batteries 12 pack for £2.50 @ Post Office (St James's)£2.50
Saw these today and canned at £2.50. Worth a look if you're after batteries for Xmas.

That may genuinely explain a street sign which for a short time was on a new development near me....


Oddly autocorrect thinks there is :(


Decent batteries,I've used various sizes over the past few years,seem to last ok.


Plenty of St James's, not many St Jame's though ;)


These are really good batteries...heat added thanks!

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£10 Amazon gift card or £33 Hawaiian tropic bundle with Post Office Travel Insurance
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Posted 10th Sep 2019Posted 10th Sep 2019
£10 Amazon gift card or £33 Hawaiian tropic bundle with Post Office Travel Insurance
Step 1) Purchase either travel money, passport application, or International drivers permit from the post office (IDP is £5.50). Step 2) Purchase travel insurance from post o… Read more
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thanks grex9101. I'll remove mine.


Already posted:


as far as I know, there is no catch. Their travel insurance might not be the cheapest maybe ?? A quick comparethemarket search for my travel insurance shows they cost £6 more than the cheapest one (thomas cook) but they're not easily comparable (for instance post office covers you for more money for cancellations, lost baggage and has a lower excess.. but also has a lower payout for medical bills)


Unlimited Broadband £15.90 pm for 12m @ Post Office
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Unlimited Broadband £15.90 pm for 12m @ Post Office£190.80
I thought it is a solid deal. Standard broadband but very cheap as only 15.90£ a month. 12 months contract. Im using it at the moment and it is fine for internet etc. No argue with… Read more
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id of thought by now everyone would know that the post office like your money and give nothing in return except a lot of problems. just check reviews..............CRAP


I recommend Post Office Broadband generally, I've been with them for 2.5 years after they took over Fuel Broadband et al. I used my own router for this service (unlimited broadband 11 Mb/sec) so I can't comment on the routers they supply for it. I switched to their unlimited fibre broadband (38Mb/sec) six months ago - they entertain deals/haggling for existing customers - and the supplied fibre router is trouble free. Much better than the BT router I have for work, specifically in keeping connections to legacy WiFi devices. Post Office Broadband is just phone and Internet, no films or sport. If 11 Mb/sec + phone serves your needs and you have no visitors who are used to faster, fibre connections, you'll be fine with their unlimited broadband. However, I'm more pleased in terms of speed with their unlimited fibre broadband. Other advantages - they will let you keep your existing number, unlike say Now Broadband. It is via TalkTalk but Post Office deal with customer billing and support themselves, and I haven't been plagued with TalkTalk sales calls. The 'free' phone numbers covered in their plans include the Channel Isles and calls to many international numbers are not extortionate. Free calls to mobile numbers are not included in their phone plans. I should add that I'm a stone's throw from the exchange.


AFAIK Post Office broadband is resold LieLie, er, I mean 'TalkTalk'. LOL. So it goes without saying, avoid like the plague.


My mate moved from plusnet to these, it took an age to chase them up for the router (about 2 weeks late) and the speeds are really bad. That's the only person I know using them, I nearly went with them but read too many very poor reviews. Glad I didn't!


£11.74 a month with cashback via ....

£24.96 Hawaiian Tropic bundle / £10 Amazon Voucher when you take out travel insurance with The Post Office (£6 Quidco/£6.30 TCB)
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£24.96 Hawaiian Tropic bundle / £10 Amazon Voucher when you take out travel insurance with The Post Office (£6 Quidco/£6.30 TCB)
I thought this was a decent little deal. Currently, The Post Office are offering either a £24.96 Hawaiian Tropic bundle (a choice of 4, not sure of the RRP) OR a £10 Amazon vouch… Read more

Mine are sitting as tracked (Quidco)


Is yours confirmed or pending please?


Mine is confirmed but not payable :{


Not was always a gamble.


Has anyone had their TCB or Quidco payout for this please?

Post office broadband £15.90 pm for 12 months £190.80 @ Post Office
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Posted 7th Apr 2019Posted 7th Apr 2019
Post office broadband £15.90 pm for 12 months £190.80 @ Post Office£190.80
£15.90/mth Post Office line rental & payment Rewards taken off: £50.00 one-off reward to claim from Broadband Genie

Had this before was offer 4mbp speed, end up getting 0.5mbp..can't even open up YouTube. Customer service not helpful at all...Avoid at all cost!! There are plenty of good deal out there!


Had Talk Talk for 6 months with no problems whatsoever. Switched over from Virgin because I was tired of being raped every year.


they seem to have terrible technical issues I have applied for them because my current contract was ending and after 2 months they kept telling me they had some technical problems (they did not know what) and to wait another week... and another week... and another week... I ended up cancelling and applying for another provider.


The worst ISP I've had in every respect.


Thanks for comparing with talk talk. Talk talk is a joke on the name of Boradband. Talk talk have earned highest complaints at offgem in last 5 years conductively. It's the worst broadband. I canceled it after 5 months of struggle through offgem. I lived in London at that time.

Post Office Life Insurance £100 instead of £50 One4All gift card
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Posted 23rd Feb 2019Posted 23rd Feb 2019
Post Office Life Insurance £100 instead of £50 One4All gift card£50£10050%
Double the gift card amount given when you sign up to Post Office Life Insurance by using the code NY2 when you call up on 0330 123 3947. Should be a £50 gift card but get a £100 g… Read more

The next policy might be more expensive depending on your age, health, job and even occupancy. If you want a cheaper life insurance, look into a 10 year term life insurance


Am I missing something, or do the T&C state the following:3. You must retain the policy for at least the 180 day qualifying period, and make at least 6 monthly direct debit payments to be eligible for the 'thank you' promotion. The One4all gift card will be sent to eligible customers within 28 days after the end of the 180 day qualifying period, as long as the policy is still active and a minimum of 6 monthly payments have been paid. How is that not actually requiring not six, but seven payments? In my book, 180 + 28 = 208 days which even if it included only 31-day months, would be more than six, ie, 7. I see that with the double-up code that doesn't much matter, and does anyone suggest it makes no difference?


You can have more than one policy at once, with different providers if you like. You can cancel when you want and no come back. ** You can cancel your direct debit as soon as you receive your gift card/ other reward.... You can take out multiple policies and receive multiple rewards**** ... But always read the T&C and keep copies of everything! Enjoy the Life companies largesse😁


You need to call up and quote the code above to get the £100 gift card, don’t think it works online.


Life insurance is cheap until you add critical illness. We have a joint policy and its £65 a month. Makes me cry every time I see it on my statement. Shopped around last year and all quotes came in above that. Happy to hear any approaches to cull that cost!

Post office broadband(not very fast) - £15.90pm x 12 months = £190.80
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Posted 1st Jan 2019Posted 1st Jan 2019
Post office broadband(not very fast) - £15.90pm x 12 months = £190.80£190.80
Great price if you don't need the fastest speeds going. Includes the following : No more data caps, download as much as you want No mid-contract broadband price rises Includes… Read more

I agree with what you say. BUT going for the deal is a big gamble. (1) Cashback is not guaranteed from any cashback website. (2) Post Office Broadband uses TalkTalk equipment at the 'telephone exchange'. TalkTalk (ADSL or fibre) is bad enough, but if there's any ADSL user contention at the DSLAMs I can't see that TalkTalk will prioritise Post Office customer QoS at the exchange. Potentially, a Post Office ADSL customer could see their service reduced to something like 1Mbps. Even if any cashback is forthcoming, Is the gamble worth taking, to save approx £5 a month? I think not.


I think it's a nice low-use deal especially if you go through cashback website for extra 50 notes back( makes it less than £12pm) . That makes it effectively one of the cheapes deals you can find for non- fibre broasdband. Most of the providers share the same infrastructure so you'd get the same kind of speeds from most of them. I wouldn't expect great tech-knowledge from their customer support staff but throughout the years I've been with most of the providers and know that they can be all really useless . OP shot himself in the foot by the ("not very fast") comment + not mentioning any cashback incentives hence the deal went ice-cold


Unless the situation has changed since I last investigated, Post Office Broadband is resold TalkTalk. Therefore, avoid like the plague.


Two things, 1/ Most people STILL dont seem to understand the difference between price and value; a pile of dog poo for 1p is a cheap, but it doesnt make it good value. 2/ You cannot really judge the quality of an ISP until you have had to use their customer or tech support a few times. Based on 2/ P.O. isnt good value; they are a VISP, so the reliability of the service is entirely out of their hands; and both customer and tech support services have a history of mediocracy. TalkTalk and Plusnet also fail 2/


Maybe just as a backup service to cable broadband

Longest 28 months with 0% apr on purchases @ the Post Office. This is also fee free abroad too on purchases. Great for holidays
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Longest 28 months with 0% apr on purchases @ the Post Office. This is also fee free abroad too on purchases. Great for holidays
For smart spending at home and abroad Check if you're eligible for a Platinum Card without affecting your credit score here Provided by Bank of Ireland UK. Post Office Limited… Read more

3600 straight off the bat




Can someone tell us what kind of credit limits they received please


Yes would like to know, what have people received?


This is my concern as well, people comment about ie versions on here, ignoring the point indeed. I saw this often on this website, if there's a deal or freebie, the most of us doesn't care that much about the privacy. But instead, they love deals about VPN, which is kind of funny, let's face it.

Free Personalised response from Santa @ Royal Mail / Post Office
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Free Personalised response from Santa @ Royal Mail / Post OfficeFREE£0.25
For all you Mummies and Daddies! 🎅 ✉ Royal Mail have a service that will send your child a personalised response from Santa! Send your letters to: Santa’s Grotto … Read more
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To the bin or a government database ;)




Dear Santa, I would like to have the willpower to resist all the things I don't need on HUKD. Can you please make this wish come true before I start adding to my collection of a 100 pair of socks, my pallet of reduced Andrex toilet paper I purchased from Amazon, and every other object that appears here? Regards, Bankrupt Citizen


The NSPCC Santa letter is more personalised to each child than the Royal Mail Only difference is you are asked to make a donation (they suggest £5) but this is optional and you can still get it for free


Does anyone know if the postage dates are that strict? If I got them in the post first thing on the 8th? (Thinking of doing it with our Beaver Scouts)

Unlimited Broadband - £15.90 a month @ Post Office (New Customers)
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Posted 27th Nov 2018Posted 27th Nov 2018
Unlimited Broadband - £15.90 a month @ Post Office (New Customers)£15.90
Quick Switch: if you're with BT, TalkTalk, EE or Plusnet, we'll handle the switch over and you won't need to cancel with your current provider. No Broadband monthly price rises du… Read more

£52 cashback via topcashback too


does this include line rental? can't find it in the small print anywhere


Talktalk r doing fast 77-80mb for £30 18 month contract


Hmmm food for thought. Post office telecom are quick and helpful. Thanks for your advice


Be careful with Now TV. If you join and have no problems, you’ll be fine. However,if you need to call them for anything at all, you’ll face immediate problems... long hold times, then unhelpful staff. Best of luck!

ADSL Broadband £15.90 a month 12 months - £190.80 @ Post office (new customers)
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Posted 16th Oct 2018Posted 16th Oct 2018
ADSL Broadband £15.90 a month 12 months - £190.80 @ Post office (new customers)£190.80
Cheapest Ive seen, shame I just signed up to talktalk at £17.95pm
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Once they give you an offer as an existing customer you can't call and get a better deal. I got them to give my family an extra 1gb in total 4GB mobile data and unlimited minutes and texts for £8 a month. I called up and told them I'm switching BB and asked for an offer they said there's nothing we can do. Called up multiple times as well.


You can leave after the 12 month contract? Like me and alot of people to rejoin BT as a new customer to get the rewards...


Just south of Far cotton, NN4. I think im just over the 28 days as it ran in parrellel with Virgin media that couldnt keep the line up either


Which part of Northampton? And did you know you get 28 days from the day you reported problem? Have you tried that avenue?


If you need calls too it's worth spending the extra and going witb now BB for fibre at £25 all in + £70 tcb possibly

Free Royal Mail Reply Letter from Santa
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Free Royal Mail Reply Letter from Santa
Royal Mail link is not yet live HERE but just noticed the Post Office now have the info on their site, so expect the Royal Mail link will go live soon :) The letter sent to Sa… Read more
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No, it's definitely Santa, Grandad.


What's more important here is Father Christmas is being referred to as 'Santa' as if it's socially acceptable! We're not American!


I did this for my 3 year old daughter last year and he didn't reply! Don't know whether I'd risk it again this year!


but why do we have the Z team?


(lol) Hardly! Scrooge would endorse the Royal Mail Santa service! (y)

25% off Post Office travel insurance when buy travel money from them
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Posted 17th Jul 2018Posted 17th Jul 2018
25% off Post Office travel insurance when buy travel money from them
You need to buy travel money from them first to get the voucher but then you can get 25% off your travel insurance - just in time for the holiday!

Tesco currency for me.


Where to buy travel money at a good rate?


got a quote from them for a family holiday, they want 4x the amount for the insurance (based on other quotes) and they give a crap rates, i'll pass


If its not to late get a Halifax Clarity card ,pull out cash from an ATM when you get abroad at the real interbank rate (better by at least 5% than what you will get at the Post Office ). Other cards /methods are available but I suspect that the method you suggest will not get you the best overall deal . :(


I would hazard a guess that their Travel insurance rates are not the best either . Check on a compare site - As you always should .

Post Office phone only , just £11.50 per month (inc line rental) - £138 for 12 months
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Posted 6th Jul 2018Posted 6th Jul 2018
Post Office phone only , just £11.50 per month (inc line rental) - £138 for 12 months£138
Keep it simple and stay connected. Just £11.50 a month (12 month contract applies). If you have a friend or relative who doesn't need broadband then this deal is for them. They mu… Read more

thanks , but she doesn't get any benefits


If your mother gets pension credit or some other benefit then she could get BT basic thats only £5.10 a month.


Phone only for £11.50 seems a good deal to me - heat


A very good find thank you. heat from me 🔥


possible £40.40 cashback at TCB

PO - 28 months 0% on purchases but also worldwide with NO fees. So no fees abroad. Most cards with long introductory periods charge a foreign transaction fee
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PO - 28 months 0% on purchases but also worldwide with NO fees. So no fees abroad. Most cards with long introductory periods charge a foreign transaction fee
Yes Clarity doesn't charge for cash machines but there is no introductory period either. So saves having two cards! Cash Machine fee of 2.5% (minimum £3) so not too bad but … Read more

Only gave me a £4900 credit limit even though I have a credit score of 995/999 with Experian.


Pretty good in my opinion, on par with Tesco, M&S etc, but unlike those they don't seem to increase your limit automatically.


Can’t even check here, form says filled out incorrectly despite everything spot on. Says email address don’t match when they do. Idiots.


How generous are they for credit limits though? No point getting one if get offered a measly credit my opinion.


9.5 out of ten for me. Maybe you closed a bank of ireland product within the last six months or something