Thread 3 - I love these threads...but they don't half cause the twitch

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RoastieToastieReastie Thu 25-Aug-16 19:41:54

See post two for various links and codes.

RoastieToastieReastie Thu 25-Aug-16 19:42:08

Thread 3 - I love these threads... But they don't half cause the twitch

As with previously, if I have missed a link you think would be good on the list please post on here or message me. Also if a link doesn't work anymore or an offer is no longer standing please flag it up by telling me in bold .

Firefly has reported the dates for the Sainsburys 25% off clothing this year are likely to be:
20-26 September
25-31 October
28 Nov - 5 Dec
Then 16-22 Feb 2017

Mumsnet discount page is worth a look here

Camel camel camel is a great amazon price tracking tool here

Top cash back here is a cash back site where you get a percentage of cash back from what you buy when you shop with certain retailers. Just search the shop you want to buy something from in top cash back to see if there is a cash back offer and follow the link on the site to go to the website you want. You can then choose to have the cash back directly in your bank account or have various vouchers. I've managed about £100 in a year but many seem to accrue more maybe I don't buy enough, that's a good excuse if ever I've heard one . You have to earn something like £5 in cash back before they start sending you money. If you need insurance etc they can have great cash back offers. If you follow the link above it will earn me referral credit and they currently have an offer where you will get a free £5 m&s voucher (I believe).

Quidco here is another cash back site like top cash back but has a different offering of shops. See info above.

Arran Aromatics 15% off with code DDSERV15 here

Amazon wombdee scarves here

Amazon emoji cushions here

Amazon 4 for £10 sticker and activity books here

Amazon the dog or cat shark bed here

Amazon Yankee candle advent calendar £12.99 here

Amazon peekaboo twirliwoo £5 soft toy here

Amazon penguin scarf here

Asos 10% off with code BLC10 here

Claire's have 30% off here

Crag hoppers 40% off with code BLC40 here

Debenhams 20% off code CM22 here

eBay my little pony bag here

eBay emoji slippers here

eBay pikachu here

eBay emoji cushion here

eBay ciate nail polish cheap here

eBay 144 pieces of Pokemon figures for less than £15 here

Ebay superhero cape here

Forget me nots and polka dots amazing felt broaches here

Jaegar outlet here

Joules extra 10% off sale items with 10SUMMER or MOD15 for 15% off (although not sure if this works with sale) here

Lost my name books here

mermaid blankets here

New look 10% off with code NLFORCESJAX316 here

Topman 10% off with code TMDISCOUNT3 here

imsorryiasked Thu 25-Aug-16 19:59:52

Thanks Reastie
Large (43cms) soft toy monkey in a woolly jumper suitable from birth Puppy Hickory Shack Maddyfox Monkey
From Boots reduced to £6 from £20.

monkeyfacegrace Thu 25-Aug-16 20:01:22

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RJnomore1 Thu 25-Aug-16 20:01:42

Not a bargain as such but if you want to be popular with your teen 😁 Or you have a birthday for a teen soon

If your registered online with Debenhams, they're about to start selling Kat von d makeup on sept 13th but they're sending out a link where you can buy a small lipstick, gloss and eyeliner gift set for £19.50 online this weekend only. Limited edition.

My 16 yo will be SOOO happy

monkeyfacegrace Thu 25-Aug-16 20:06:25

www.ebay.co.uk/sme/superdrystore/Buy-2-get-1-free-add-3-to-basket/so.html?_soffid=5018380609&clk_rvr_id=1082696773844&rmvSB=true

For any Superdry fans, buy 2 get 1 free from their Outlet eBay store. Hoodies from £17.50 and 3 for 2.

imsorryiasked Thu 25-Aug-16 20:06:43

Boots also have Pojo puppy and Burrowbliss bunny and some others.

StubbleTurnips Thu 25-Aug-16 20:09:59

Thanks reastie

Ladybirdturd Thu 25-Aug-16 20:16:05

Thank you reastie hohoho!

y0rkier0se Thu 25-Aug-16 20:17:36

Ordered some adult wellies from Joules eBay outlet, £11.99 per pair rather than £35ish. Don't know how to short link but just look at their eBay outlet, there's a few different pairs, I went for the navy and white stripe.

LikeSilver Thu 25-Aug-16 20:20:07

Thank you Reastie!

VoldemortsNipple Thu 25-Aug-16 20:20:40

Thanks Reastie
Nothing to add right now, but I have been experimenting with homemade sugar scrubs and face scrub for some Christmas Eve Pamper Hampers I'm making. I have to say my skin is in the best condition it's been for years and my cracked dry heals are almost completely smooth within less than a week. Dd usually spends about £7.99 for a face scrub in Lush and even she was impressed.

If you have any Lush type gifts to buy, it's well worth looking on Pinterest for DIY recipes. If you want me to share my recipe let me know smile

woodwaj Thu 25-Aug-16 20:22:27

Thanks Reastie!

Just a heads up that the lost my name book above doesnt have the 15% off code see lost my name

reindeer game

lionel richtea

Elf hat

livinginhope87 Thu 25-Aug-16 20:23:04

Hello, just wanted to share I got a £10 gift voucher from Boden yesterday. You can use it on clearance. Might be worth holding off any boden purchases to see if you are sent one. Fingers crossed for you all.

RJnomore1 Thu 25-Aug-16 20:29:47

The lindybop dresses arrived and they are lovely but too small sad dd loves them, they zip up to her waist but her broad back and swimmers shoulders are not the right shape.

I'll either give them to someone with a smaller narrower backed child or see if I can get a v shaped contrast stretch panel fitted in the back as she likes them so much.

GirlWithTheYellowHat Thu 25-Aug-16 20:33:04

Think I'm nearly done for the kids but can't stand to leave!!

BadgerFace Thu 25-Aug-16 20:36:50

Thanks Dilly for the Optimus Prime tip - best friend's son's 4th birthday is coming up and this looks fab!

wornoutboots Thu 25-Aug-16 20:38:03

just a suggestion - those who have lots of female teachers/TAs they buy christmas presents for "from the kids",
start thinking /ordering as soon as you know who and how many when the kids are back in school - it'll mean you can get cheap stuff on import whereas if you wait until the kids suggest it you may end up spending more than you planned

(bought stuff to make necklaces from my kids from amazon - will work out about 30p each when I do it)

RedLarvaYellowLarva Thu 25-Aug-16 20:41:41

<new here, marking place><hello>

AdmiralCLingus Thu 25-Aug-16 20:45:05

Holding my place for the new thread!

rainbowglitterunicorn Thu 25-Aug-16 20:47:17

Christmas is 4 months today
Just placemarking

Bumpmadethemjump Thu 25-Aug-16 20:49:09

7 Barbie doll type dresses £1.64
www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01A0PBUYY/ref=pd_aw_cart_recs_2?pi=SL500_SS115
(Sorry I'm not sure how to do the smart linksblush)

Bumpmadethemjump Thu 25-Aug-16 20:51:49

voldemort could I have the scrub recipe please?smile

justgivemeamo Thu 25-Aug-16 20:52:11

someone mentioned pokemon Plush...can they tell me where they go them from please

RoastieToastieReastie Thu 25-Aug-16 20:52:23

Voldemort I'd love the recipe. I've been rubbish with my skin this summer and could do with some nice treatments from the pantry.

Does anyone know where I can get a really nice quality fairy door that actually opens and closes? I've been looking online for ages but they all either look really cheap or they don't actually open. The link for previous year no longer works. thanks

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