OFFICE is offering an extra 15% discount on branded shoes, including Dr Martens, Ted Baker and Adidas.
MoneySavingExpert’s Martin Lewis has revealed how to bag the extra money off in its latest newsletter.
The discount is available at Offcuts by Office, which stocks end-of-line pairs, returns and ex-display shoes that have slight marks or discoloration.
To get the 15% off, enter the code MSE15 at checkout until 11.59pm on Sunday, 6 June.
Delivery costs £3.99, or it is free on orders of more than £65.
The code is valid per each transaction and will work on any shoes on the Offcuts website.
We found some Ted Baker court shoes that were reduced from £95 to £25. With the extra 15% off, the patent pair will cost just £21.25.
And these Adidas trainers are on sale for £69, compared to the usual price of £110. If you use the discount code, you can save an extra £10.35.
Despite the low prices, it is always a good idea shop around to find the best deal. And remember, it’s not a saving unless you were planning to buy something anyway.
The discount won’t work on any items sold on the Office website or in stores, and isn’t valid alongside any other discount codes.
Some of the products may be damaged or faulty – so double check you’re happy with the quality before you part with any cash.
Offcuts includes close up photographs of any damage on the item’s sale page, and also ranks the shoes as either totally perfect, near perfect, great condition, good condition or OK condition.
The company accepts returns to head office but you can’t take the shoes back to Office’s high street stores. It’s also not possible to exchange your shoes for a different size or colour.
The deal was included in this week’s MoneySavingExpert weekly newsletter, so styles could sell out fast.
It might be worth waiting a few days for stock to be replenished in order to bag a bargain – but remember the extra 15% off is only available until the end of the week.
Other footwear retailers such as Kurt Geiger and Schuh also have separate outlet online shops.
We spotted these navy Carvela heels reduced from £79 to £29 on Kurt Geiger’s Shoeaholics site, and Schuh Imperfects is selling grey Addidas trainers for £9.99, down from £70.
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