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Reastie Fri 30-Oct-15 19:28:06

Look to next two posts for links

Reastie Fri 30-Oct-15 19:28:22

Ok, I'm starting new and fresh and completely revamping the post of link mainly because I'm useless with copying and pasting with the tablet and can't work outhow to copy and paste parts of things . If there's anything you miss from the old op or think it would be good to add please let me know on here or pm me. I realise I have left off some possibly popular Amazon stocking fillers (apologies, it's taken me ages to get this far) so please post if there are any you'd like me to add to the list. Similarly if any of the links or codes etc no longer work then let me know by putting it in bold or I might not spot it thanks.

I'm not putting a huge amount of Amazon links when things suddenly go down as prices fluctuate so often.

Once again thanks for all your help this year, and remember it's not a bargain unless you actually need it <repeats to self>

Black Friday 28 November
Cyber Monday 30 November

Quidco is a cash back site which gives you money when you buy from certain sites join here

Nectar double up points coming at the end of November look here for details

Tesco direct sale. Use code TD-TYRW to automatically get sale stuff j50% off [[ www.tesco.com/direct/ here]]

Top cash back is another cash back site. If you join via this link you'll get 500 tesco club card points here

Kid start is another cash back page and includes Amazon register here

MSE ideas for Christmas savings here

Camel camel camel is a must when buying from amazon to check the price here

If buying stuff from Amazon and not urgent try flubit where you can see if other companies can beat the Amazon price.

Achica often do good offers and worth a look. Their products regularly change so keep an eye out here

Aliexpress is worth a look but allow lots of time for delivery as it comes from China here cath kidston esque bits here

Amazon toys special offers page here

Amazon Lego comparison page here

Amazon "open box" products here

Amazon calculator watch only £2.50 posted here

Amazon womdee scarves here

Amazon drinking straw glasses 99p here

Amazon Melissa and Doug stickers at £1.96 as an add on item here

Amazon Christmas bedding £10 here

Amazon jake doubloon blaster twin pack £6.99 (nope, I've no idea either what it is!) here

Amazon Paddington puzzles £2.97 add on item here

Amazon sale items under £5 here

Amazon silicon gel watch £2.51 delivered here

Amazon watch for £3.38 delivered. Good for teens? here

Amazon mine craft cuddlies £1.93 here

Anorak sale code WELCOMEBACK gives 20% off here

Argos remote controlled dragon down to £7.99 here

Asda wood preschool nativity set for £15 (not on offers but looks good for the price) here

Asda monster high wolf family down to £20 here

Baker Ross is good for crafty supplies here

Book people free delivery over £15 using code WKENDDEL or 15% off children's books with code STARSAVING or WELLEAVES WELTREE or AF20DEL for free delivery with £10 TAKEFIVE for £5 off a £30 spend here SEPT10 gives 10% off and free delivery over £25.

Brewly home brew kits. 10% off with code earlybird here

Build a bear two for £21 here using code 2001469

Character pjs here

Claire's accessories currently have 75% off sale here

Crabtree and Evelyn 25% off using code RCN25 and also a free hand cream with order here

Crafty crocodiles craft bits here

Reastie Fri 30-Oct-15 19:29:05

Debenhams 20% off toys when you spend more than £25 with code FH93 here

Disney store 15% off with code G3115CFUR1MOW here they currently have An offer of buy one cuddly get another for £1 on selected cuddlies, and if you add Olaf to your basket first the price for both comes down to just under £10 (second toy added should be same price as Olaf for this to work) plus postage link here

Dotcomgiftshop another popular place with good reductions on sale bits here free delivery over £10 use code CLUB

eBay this seller from China has stickers recommended by mners here

eBay elsa coronation day costume £6.99 here

eBay pashmina type Christmas scarf £2.39 delivered here

eBay outlets Liberty joules outlet

ELC sale page here

Emma Bridgwater 15% off and free delivery with code CHRISTMAS15, don't forget to go via quidco [[ www.emmabridgewater.co.uk here]]

Enchanted fairy doorway (popular last year) here

Feel unique £10 off a £25 spend with code 10MSE25 here

Flaviar have gin and other alcoholic sample packs and seem popular on recent thread. You can buy one off items of a subscription Look here for mn referral links here to get £10 off first order]] flaoms93 gives discount on top of this and if you put something in your basket and leave it you should get an email with a short questionnaire which will give you an extra £5 off and go through quidco for an extra 8% off. Free delivery too. Would be rude not to wink

Hotel chocolat 10% off with WELCOME114 here

Hotel chocolat chocolate tasting club box for chocs for £6.95 here just don't forget to cancel it once it arrives or you'll get a full price box every month

House of Fraser have some digital Star Wars/frozen/Disney princess watches down to £2.50 here

Jack wills 20% off with code TREAT20 here

Jaeger outlet here

Joules hello20 for 20% off here

La redoute 50% off including sale with code 8566 or try code 1895 here

Living social photo blanket £19.99 plus postage here

L'occitaine (one of my faves). Code SHEA gives free gift when spend over £35 here

Lost my name books here has been popular. You can have a book made to any name. There should be 15% off following this link

M&s 20% off everything between October 22 and 26 using code oct15em here

Magpie sale here

Matalan worth a look at Christmas bits here

Molton brown £15 off a £30 spend with code house15 [[ www.moltonbrown.co.uk here]]

Not on the high street 15% off when you spend at least £50 wth code LUCKYME here

Park promotions sale worth a look here

Pound land now have an online shop Here

Pound shop.com have some stocking fillers here

Robert days 15% off with gfood15 here

Secret sales have good reductions on various items, worth a peek here

Smiggle 20% off with code SPENDTOSAVETREAT here

Snapfish free £8 credit with PAyPal more info here

The entertainer mix and match penny sale here

The spicery is popular and currently have 20% off for subscriptions using code spice4ever here

The works often have good offers on herePREF20 for 20% off FREEDELIVERY for, guess what, free delivery!

Thorntons totc25 gives £5 off £25 spend here

Truprint photo mug for £3.50 delivered link{http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/deals/truprintwww.moneysavingexpert.com/deals/truprint\here}

Very use code 6LJJ6 for £30 off a £60 spend with a new account here

Zeek app worth a look. You can buy things like Amazon vouchers reduced in price. Code 2ACFER for £5 off. Oops, I put this not in alphabetical order and don't know how to copy and paste it on my iPad blush

Yellow moon also good for crafty supplies here

Zazzi two free Disney DVDs for some top cash back customers check here

Zulily have good offers and worth having a look. If you sign up through this link then it earns me referral credit thanks

cowssheephens Fri 30-Oct-15 19:33:09

Made me smile

SpottyTeacakes Fri 30-Oct-15 19:37:06

Thanks Reastie. Almost November! santa

YoureMyWifeNowDave Fri 30-Oct-15 19:42:01

New thread grin

I emailed amazon about the cancelled lego order and I have to re-order it and they will honour the original price grin

Now to try and cancel the John Lewis one...

curriegirl Fri 30-Oct-15 19:50:18

Marking spot. Loving thread title.

LikeSilver Fri 30-Oct-15 19:55:05

Thank you flowers I'm nearly done but would appreciate any bargain toys for 1 year olds!

randomcatname Fri 30-Oct-15 19:57:42

Wahey the Scots! Can we have a kilt smiley, please? grin

Thanks for new thread!

ShoopShoop Fri 30-Oct-15 20:02:07

Oh god.....my typo made thread title blush

ShoopShoop Fri 30-Oct-15 20:02:30

Thanks for the new thread though Reastie wink

winewolfhowls Fri 30-Oct-15 20:05:26

The anorak free purse not working here thlsad

RJnomaaaaaargh Fri 30-Oct-15 20:06:08

Brilliant reastiegrin

ItsaTenfromDen Fri 30-Oct-15 20:08:31

Thanks for the new thread

Nope, can't do a Scottish accentsmile

Onedayinthesun Fri 30-Oct-15 20:09:52

Thank you for new thread smile

babsmam Fri 30-Oct-15 20:12:43

Hi ya all

PamelaEwing Fri 30-Oct-15 20:14:11

Thanks reastie!

spub Fri 30-Oct-15 20:15:47

Yay! I am a pooping Scot! grin
Thanks, Reastiethanks

ToddlerTantrums Fri 30-Oct-15 20:18:00

I'm Scouse, and I have LOADS of local shops. Can I still come in?

RJnomaaaaaargh Fri 30-Oct-15 20:22:12

Did anyone else accidentally slide in one last molton brown and hotel chocolat order before they went back to full price? grin

Peppaspants Fri 30-Oct-15 20:31:04

Me too RJ grin

Neeko Fri 30-Oct-15 20:31:08

Thanks for the new thread Reastie. Title made me smile too. smile
Hope your DD is now fully recovered.

Meant to say earlier that Asda is doing a HUGE bottle of Bailey's for £10. They were flying off the shelves when I was in.

MakArbre Fri 30-Oct-15 20:31:36

Checking in I'm a Geordie, not a Scot

zipzap Fri 30-Oct-15 20:32:05

If anyone is looking for a good Christmas DVD to have by them, I can highly recommend Tom and Jerry - Nutcracker Tale - which is currently £3.50 on Amazon.

My dc and lots of others I know still love it even though they're now 10 and 7 (and the eldest has been watching it since he was about 3 or 4, so it's always been around for ds2). It's a classic slapstick Tom and Jerry film - lots of laughs, very little talking.

It's particularly good when you want something on in the background but don't want something that you need to sit and watch or listen to - because it's basically the music of Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite and the story is interwoven with that of the Nutcracker Tale. So you get to have nice music, the dc get to hear and see something sort of educational/cultural without realising it, it's beautifully drawn and lots of funny stuff to watch so if you do watch you can dip in and out without needing to watch all of it. I often use it in the car on a long journey around Christmas time as it means that I don't have the dc's dvd blaring in my ear and distracting me - much easier to tune out when it's music on, so I can talk to dh or have my own music on. It makes a nice change from lots of the films and programmes on tv these days that are very full on, loud, noisy, etc - it's a nice change of pace and doesn't really date.

Having said all that - if you do want to watch all of it then it's easy and engaging enough to do so too or if you're tired and want to have a doze while the dc play in front of you and the dvd fgrin

eastmidswarwicknightnanny Fri 30-Oct-15 20:32:11

I think the free purse thing was probably suppose to have a min spend like the other week but they forgot to apply it to email.

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