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PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2013 7:25 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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wrong place to post this? I received an e-mail from E.L.F. offering 50% off

FOR 50% OFF EVERYTHING

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UK & EU :: 5020000 ITALY :: 5020001

*Minimum spend £20 / 24€

50% off -

*Codes valid until 10:30am GMT 04/11/2013. Minimum spend £20/24€ excluding shipping and before the code is applied. You must apply the code to receive 50% off your order

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2013 8:09 am 
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wrong place to post this? I received an e-mail from E.L.F. offering 50% off

FOR 50% OFF EVERYTHING

USE CODES

UK & EU :: 5020000 ITALY :: 5020001

*Minimum spend £20 / 24€

50% off -

*Codes valid until 10:30am GMT 04/11/2013. Minimum spend £20/24€ excluding shipping and before the code is applied. You must apply the code to receive 50% off your order


Has anyone here used E.L.F products? I'm tempted but have a hard time believing anything that cheap will be any good.

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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Has anyone here used E.L.F products? I'm tempted but have a hard time believing anything that cheap will be any good.

I don't know if it's been updated recently but there's a whole ELF thread on here somewhere. I like the combination mineral foundation powder, and the sets of eyeshadows are fun.

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This might not be on sale, but it's still cheap. 144 Pasante condoms for about £16 from the NHS Freedom Shop.

Ooh, they have lube, too...

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Rosie wrote:


Has anyone here used E.L.F products? I'm tempted but have a hard time believing anything that cheap will be any good.


I use quite a few of their products. I like the undereye concealer, eyeliner, foundation, eyeshadows, I love the powder blusher...the eyebrow kit looks almost identical to another very expensive and not vegan brand that I used to buy from. I'm convinced that they make makeup for other brands - much like the Chanel/Bourjois connection. The products don't seem to have quite as much in the packs as some luxury brands, but at those prices I have no problem buying two :)
I'd recommend having your own set of brushes, rather than being reliant on theirs - the little cheapy applicators that come with things aren't great.

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I love ELF's eyebrow kit, it's brilliant. I find their products a bit hit & miss but mostly good.

Their mineral lipsticks are nice and they have some lovely blushers. I like their full coverage concealer both for under eyes and concealing blemishes.

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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I don't know if this is all locations, but someone in my local FB group just posted a pic of the marked-down price for Bessant & Drury chocolate ice cream at Tesco - usually £4.69, now £3.70. Still not as cheap as the larger tub of Swedish Glace, but if you wanted to try it without shelling out almost a fiver, there you go.

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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Has anyone here used E.L.F products? I'm tempted but have a hard time believing anything that cheap will be any good.


I use quite a few of their products. I like the undereye concealer, eyeliner, foundation, eyeshadows, I love the powder blusher...the eyebrow kit looks almost identical to another very expensive and not vegan brand that I used to buy from. I'm convinced that they make makeup for other brands - much like the Chanel/Bourjois connection. The products don't seem to have quite as much in the packs as some luxury brands, but at those prices I have no problem buying two :)
I'd recommend having your own set of brushes, rather than being reliant on theirs - the little cheapy applicators that come with things aren't great.


Awesome, I saw that eyebrow kit and thought it looked lovely but I have no eyebrows and have to draw them on so it probably wouldn't be any good to me :(

I ordered a load of stuff anyway, at that price I won't mind so much if some of them turn out to be crepe. I've got some lovely brushes from bdellium tools anyway so won't worry about cheapy applicators :)

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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The 99p store has Perkier Porridge (Fruity Berry & Apple, Cinnamon & Raisin) and 5 Lima Soups which seem vegan (Lentils with smoked tofu, Peas with smoked tofu, Tomato with seitan, Minestrone & Miso)

Marks & Spencer are selling their Chocolate Ruby for £6.99, its usually around £10 and is labelled Vegan.

The Book Clearance Centre is selling Everything vegan slow cooker cookbook by Amy & Justin Snyder for £2.99

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sainsbugs has Vitalite 2 tubs for £1.80

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Tesco have some Alpro products (including some yoghurt 4 packs) for £1.00

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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Morrison's has Alpro almond, hazlenut and soya milks (sweetened or unsweetened, 1 litre cartons) on sale 3 for £3 until 19th of January.

Of course my branch has been completely sold out both times I visited. Oh well, at least it's good that someone is drinking plant milk.


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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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Sainsburys had a lot of kitchenware for half price, including cast iron casserole dishes and scales and things.

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They also have jars of mincemeat for 50p.

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Debenhams are selling Montezumas Monkey Bars (500 grams) for £4.2 (should be £14). They have 2 vegan ones - Shake & Shiver (mint) & Daisy Roots (cherry & almond slices). I got a Daisy Roots with use by date of May
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Debenhams are selling Montezumas Monkey Bars (500 grams) for £4.2 (should be £14). They have 2 vegan ones - Shake & Shiver (mint) & Daisy Roots (cherry & almond slices). I got a Daisy Roots with use by date of May
http://www.montezumas.co.uk/chocolate-g ... -bars.html


WHAAAT! OMG! I love the Daisy Roots bar, I need to get to Debenhams fast!

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If you think your H&B might have had Xmas fridge stuff left over, now is a good time to check if it's marked down. I managed to get about £40 worth of stuff for just over £20 today between the mark-downs and the penny sale. They had Celebration Roast for £3!

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Amazon are selling some 18 packs of Nakd bars cheap (some are £6.75, some are £9.00 with free delivery). http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_nos ... words=nakd

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Oh, I almost forgot, Bear cereals are £2 per box at Sainsbury's, and my shop had both varieties.

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Asda have Sun-pat peanut butters & choc-a-nut spread on offer 2 for £2.50. Usually the choc-a-nut is £2.25 on its own

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Amazon are selling some 18 packs of Nakd bars cheap (some are £6.75, some are £9.00 with free delivery). http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_nos ... words=nakd
If they're the small ones, it's still cheaper to buy them from either Sainsbury's or Morrisons at 45p each for the £9 ones.

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I guess most people probably already know it's Fairtrade Fortnight? Oxfam has 20% off all their fairtrade food and coffee and stuff, good opportunity to stock up on things like cocoa powder. I think Morrisons has 20% off some of their fairtrade stuff too. Don't know about other places.

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Earthy in Edinburgh has a 15% off sale on everything except alcohol, bread and milk (not sure if that is only dairy milk or all milk) from this Friday 28 Feb to Sunday 2 Mar at all three branches.

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I don't know if this is an actual sale or just a fluke at my Tesco, but I bought a bunch of packets of Silver Spoon dark chocolate chips for 35p each. They weren't marked down on the shelf - they just rang up that way. But if you were gonna buy chocolate chips anyway, it's worth a try.

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