Emma Bridgewater Promotional Codes for December 2016
Inspired by a 'Eureka' moment when founder and namesake Emma Bridgewater couldn't find a suitable birthday present for her mum, this unique British company has filled a quirky niche in the market with its colourful, relaxed pottery reflecting the merry chaos of family life. Deeply steeped in …Stoke-on-Trent, the UK's home of pottery, all their items are made from traditional Staffordshire cream-coloured earthenware, and are hand painted for that true artisan feel. Chunky mugs that sit satisfyingly in the hand can be personalised for that extra special touch while their pretty egg cups and hen on nests make the perfect addition to a Welsh dresser. Forget the diet and dive into a delicious dish of biscuits, decorated with hearts, made for a great breakfast with a set of four 'Toast and Marmalade' plates or enjoy a hearty portion of pasta from their signature deep bowls. Enjoy the Emma Bridgewater outlet section, where discontinued and seconds come with super-savings, and once that online basket is full, go for free delivery on orders of £25 or over to get the best of British pottery for any home.
Online orders only.
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How to use Emma Bridgewater Promotional Codes
Log on to the Emma Bridgewater website
Log on at emmabridgewater.co.uk and take a look at the gorgeous selection of home ware on offer. As well as some gorgeous designs, there is also the option to personalize some items like mugs, teapots, plates and bowls. Free delivery is available on all personalized orders, as well as orders over £75.
Find the item you want to buy!
When you find the item that you’d like to purchase, make sure you’re on the item page and click the orange “Add to Basket” button to the right of the picture. If you want to add more items to your basket keep on shopping! But if you’re all done, click the “Checkout” link in the top right corner of the site. You can view and click this link from anywhere on the site.
Register your details
Next, you will be asked to log in. If you’ve never shopped with Emma Bridgewater before you’ll need to put your email address in under the “New Customer” heading and click the “Register” button. From here you will reach a series of screens into which you’ll need to input your personal details. When you are satisfied you’ve completed each step (be sure to fill in fields marked with an asterisk *) click the orange “Continue” button in the bottom right hand corner of the screen.
Find your Promotional Code!
Once you reach the “Order Summary” page, open a new tab or window and log back on to www.promotionalcodes.org.uk/emma-bridgewater. Find the code that you’d like to use and click the yellow button labeled “View code & open site”. A code should appear to the right. Copy this code.
Redeem this code for your discount!
Back in your Emma Bridgewater window, find the link labeled “Redeem a Promotional Code” under the title “Additional Services”. Clicking this will take you to a page where you can paste your promotional code. Click “Apply” and you will be brought back to the “Order Summary” page and your discount should be visable!
Pay for your items
All that’s left to do now is scroll down and enter your card details. If you prefer to pay by Paypal you can do this by checking the box below the card detail fields. Click “Place Your Order”. If you paid by card, you will need to verify your details with your bank (you will be automatically directed to do this), and if you chose to pay by Paypal you will be redirect to the Paypal website to pay. After these steps you order is complete! You will be redirected back to Emma Bridgewater to see your confirmation.
Emma Bridgewater Customer Reviews
Ok, I personally think that £20 for a mug is way too much for anything other than china. But my mum loves Emma Bridgewater pottery and is constantly asking for more of it as gifts. Urgh! I love the designs, too, don’t get me wrong, but the price is a bit high for me, as I’m only a few years out of Uni. But I’ve started using this site and going directly to the sale section. There the cups are half price, much more reasonable, and I can still find mum some lovely designs. For this year’s birthday, I was able to get her several mugs from the Birds collection, and she was so so happy with them. Course, she put them on display and will probably never use them – but at least she’s happy.
For my nephew’s 1st birthday I decided I was going to skip the plastic toys and talking stuffed dolls and go instead with a keepsake. But I didn’t want the Winnie the Pooh variety from the local shop, I wanted something really unique looking. I love Emma Bridgewater pottery and think it really adds charm to any table. So I decided to see if she had anything for kids – and she does. I found the perfect little “men at work” theme that I could personalise with his name. So I ordered a cup, bowl and plate with his name on it, and they are the cutest things I’ve ever seen. The site made it really easy to find what I wanted, to order it easily and to receive it undamaged. Well done!
I like to get my shopping sorted before November is out, so I've already been busy with my holiday gift searching. I often buy personalised Emma Bridgewater pottery because it makes such a lovely gift, and this year is no different. I bought my new baby niece a bowl with her name on it in the hearts pattern, and my mum a teapot. I admit they're a bit pricey, but the quality is excellent and it makes a gift that will last for years (as long as the child doesn't break it, obviously). Easy to personalise everything online and click a few buttons, then your order is done. Makes it a lot less stressful than running round the shops on 24 December.