The second bargainous Christmas online gifts thread

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reastie Tue 02-Oct-12 18:22:50

The last one is reaching thread capacity shock so am starting off round 2 on sharing great bargains you have all found. Last thread has been fabulous so please keep the ideas coming.

Thanks btw to whoever linked to the Dr Seuss/hunger games/free angelina books - they arrived today and are fabulous thanks

HokeyCokeyPigInAPokey Tue 02-Oct-12 18:29:46

thanks reastie

Marking place on new thread...am trying to avoid more bargains now though as shopping nearly done grin

BlameItOnTheCuervo Tue 02-Oct-12 18:30:43

marking place.

PinkChampagneandStrawberries Tue 02-Oct-12 18:32:59

Oh I missed the 1st one will watch this one with interest thanks

BlameItOnTheCuervo Tue 02-Oct-12 18:35:06

does anyone have a free delivery code for the book people or redhouse, please?

BikeRunSki Brazil Tue 02-Oct-12 18:35:11

Got DS a Kidizoom camera on Amazon last week, reduced from £50 to £32, current model. If you join Amazon family, then you get Amazon Prime free for 3 months.

WineGless Tue 02-Oct-12 18:45:18

Book people have 10% off until tomorrow night with SPARKLE not sure re free delivery though sorry

Maraki Tue 02-Oct-12 18:47:07

I wanted to thank whoever posted about the Wallis jewellry sale. Stuff came today and it is beautiful. I've ordered some more today!

Amazon has some brilliant cookbooks reduced to about a tenner (laurene pascalle, gordon ramsey ultimate, nigellisima, jamie olivers 15 mins).

Thank you everyone, most of my Christmas shopping is now done and most importantly without last minute panic and WITHIN BUDGET. Thank you!

TheAngelshavetheOod Tue 02-Oct-12 18:50:03

Marking place.

3duracellbunnies Tue 02-Oct-12 19:02:02

Marking place but must stop ordering so much, just have a late teenager and some friends to buy for, plus some bits for ds. Beyond that I think it is stocking fillers, unless the dd discover some wants and bump my purchases onto their birthday pile!

BeaWheesht Tue 02-Oct-12 19:02:25

Thanks for starting this.

Teaco have big boxes of plasticine for £5

They also had some batman stuff - mostly costumes

Asda have their Halloween stuff in - got the kids some fancy glasses (think dame Edna) for a quid each - an acquired taste I know but my kids love any tat thing like that.

Just marking my place ladies smile

Marking place grin

Can't remember who asked about Lego (sorry) but if you're going to order direct from Lego themselves it is worth signing up to their VIP scheme, as you can get points to redeem against future purchases, and they really stack up.

Rollersara Tue 02-Oct-12 19:12:17

Do we have a link to the old thread <lazy> grin

Rollersara Tue 02-Oct-12 19:14:12
pigleychez Tue 02-Oct-12 19:14:18

mimsy That would be me.smile

Thanks for that tip. DD1 is just getting into proper lego so i'll look into it.

WineGless Tue 02-Oct-12 19:20:39

Check amazon out for Lego- which sort do you want? O

BlameItOnTheCuervo Tue 02-Oct-12 19:30:50

Thank you winegless!

iloveholidays Tue 02-Oct-12 19:32:58
silver28 Tue 02-Oct-12 19:42:09

Piglychez, I have bought lego cheap from amazon - I tend to decide what I'd like, add it to my wishlist then keep an eye on this list as prices fluctuate a lot. Star Wars ewok lego was reduced from £25 to £12.50 and seems to vary daily.

RonettePulaski Tue 02-Oct-12 19:44:09

Can someone who isn't as lazy as me, or who remembers tell me what the dr Seuss thingy is. We love dr Seuss but don't own any

Marking place got some fab bargains

LaTrucha Tue 02-Oct-12 19:55:09

I want to know about the free Angelina books! And Dr Suess...

pigleychez Tue 02-Oct-12 19:57:32

Its the Girly lego she wants. I was thinking of the Stables.

Ill check out Amazon. Thanks smile

MooseyMoo England Tue 02-Oct-12 20:00:01

reastie that was me! I haven't received mine yet so very pleased you're happy with them.

Thanks for starting second thread

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