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BBC Shop Promotional Codes
Lover of the man in the blue box? Or a fan of the residents of 221B? Get over to the BBC Shop for all your fan needs. Complete your collections, add to your fandom with …t-shirts, mugs and pin badge sets. From Call The Midwife and Being Human to classic children’s shows all under one roof. Your favourite series from timeless classics to modern masterpieces are all available at the BBC Shop for competitive prices. Enjoy free UK delivery on all orders as well as getting your hands on exclusive products ahead of the rest of the public by signing up to their E-newsletter. You can now also buy audio books of your favourite shows and their original books and series. BBC Shop lets you pre-order series so you know no matter what happens your favourite series will be there ready and waiting. Browse exclusive to BBC books four behind the scenes news and stories from the sets of all your shows. Buy the soundtracks to many BBC programs at their Music section or find the perfect gift for a fellow fanatical friend at the BBC Shop.
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How to use BBC Shop Promotional Codes
Visit BBC Shop and start shopping
BBC Shop has got all of your favourite BBC shows on DVD, as well as books, calendars and other products. UK delivery is free on every order!
Add items to your basket
Click "add to basket" once you've found the BBC products you love. You'll see a "checkout" button appear; go ahead and click it to move on.
Log in or register
Enter your login information, or else set up an account as a new customer. If you'd prefer to check out as a guest without registering, click "checkout as guest."
Billing and delivery details
Enter your billing address, then agree to the terms and conditions. If your delivery address is different, tick the box at the bottom. Click "continue" when you're all done.
Add a code
Scroll down to find the box with the "redeem a promotion code" link and click it; you'll be brought to a new page and a box will appear for your code. Open the Promotional Codes site and find the BBC Shop code you want to use, then copy it and head back to the BBC site. Paste your code in the box, then click "continue" to head back to your updated basket.
Enter your card information and then click "place your order." Your new BBC items will be on their way!
BBC Shop Customer Reviews
I didn’t realize the BBC had a website like this until recently, and I’m really glad to see they do. I get so tired of looking for the programmes I want at Tesco, because they can’t possibly carry all the BBC shows, and I invariably walk away without finding what I want. Last week, I ordered the last few series of Spooks, which is one of my favourite shows, and I ordered two series of Who do you think you are?. My mother-in-law loves that show, so I thought I’d get her birthday pressie taken care of whilst I could. I spent more than £20, so shipping was free, and the DVDs arrived quickly, within just a couple days. This is so much easier than driving to a big store and browsing through the shelves on the off chance that they might have what you need. I’ll definitely be coming back to the BBC Shop.
The BBC Shop carries box sets of all my favourite shows and when I’m not buying something for my family I rely on the website for gifts. Really if there’s a BBC show you’re looking for, chances are you can find the DVD on their website. Typically I type in what I am searching for as the selection is so wide that otherwise you’d be sorting through 500 or more pages at times of different DVDs. Recently I picked up the Ab Fab Absolutely Everything boxed set and for containing five series plus specials and outtakes I thought the price was right (under 30 quid). I also bought my brother New Tricks series 3-6 which was a bit more than my Ab Fab set but still a good value at 20 pounds less than RRP.
Besides DVDs they sell other items like CDs, books and gifts from the various programmes (key rings, mugs and figurines). They even feature an entire Dr. Who section of the site with various merchandise. I’ll admit that I bought a Dr. Who retro alarm clock and it’s quite kitschy fun. With free delivery over 20 pounds I never have to worry about paying more than I would in a shop.
Finally, I know where I can get all my children’s favourite DVDs for when we want to travel. My kids love Beebies, of course, and they’re really addicted to Balamorey. I can sing the theme tune by heart. Urgh! But I figure it’s a cute programme, and it can be educational. Unfortunately it’s not so easy to find the DVDs of it, so I was really happy to find that the BBC has its own online shop. I’ve ordered five different DVDs to tide us over for our next holiday, and I’m going to keep them as a surprise until we set off. I can’t wait to see their faces.
My husband is a huge fan of the programme Top Gear and loves to receive anything to do it as pressies. The BBC Shop is brilliant for such purposes. In fact, I order about twice a year, and I always stop in at the Top Gear section to see what’s on offer before checking out the latest videos for my children. The selection is reasonable, and the prices are really good. So far I’ve been really pleased with the experience and the amount of time it takes for delivery.
This site is well organised and offers great selection, but I found the prices to be way too high. I was looking for a couple seasons of Spooks, but I was able to find it much cheaper on Amazon.co.uk, and the same was true of the audio books I was trying to buy for my commute. I really like BBC programming, and I like the idea of supporting the network, but not when the prices are inflated at the source like this. That’s just silly.