Doing the DIY is one thing, but coming up with the ideas can be just as much of a challenge. All DIY merchants will have guides on their websites to help the creative juices flow. Get the idea right, then get a discount and get the job done – safely and cheaply!
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Haggle – according to MSE.com, Homebase is the UK’s top store to haggle in so try bartering for a cheaper price.
Wickes offer an amazing price promise guarantee. They want to make sure that you get the best possible price so if you find a product cheaper locally, they won't just match the price but they'll beat it by 10%!
If you’re over 60 years of age, you can benefit from a 10% discount every Wednesday, every week, in every B&Q store. All you need to do is sign up to the free B&Q Diamond Card online or in-store. Better still your spouse can benefit from joint membership!
There is a little known secret that you can purchase Marks and Spencer products with a hefty discount. Head over to outlet.marksandspencer.com where you will find the same quality goods you’d expect from the main store with up to 50% off the original main store price.
Clubcard customers can double-up their points in certain departments all year round. The Clubcard Boost scheme allows you to swap points that you have collected by spending, with vouchers that are twice the value.
If you’re doing up your house and embarking on DIY, then it might be because you want to save money and not pay someone to do it for you. With that in mind, you should always look to use a voucher code or get a deal from the likes of B&Q or Homebase when you’re planning your project. Look hard enough and you will find a deal on everything from piping to paint.