Extreme Pie Promotional Codes
The name Extreme Pie might conjure images of massive, drool-worthy pastries, but the good people at Extreme Pie actually sell apparel and gear designed with the skate, snow and surf aesthetic in mind. For the uninitiated, that means gloves, jackets, …sunglasses, surf shorts, bikinis, helmets and pads. And for those times when customers aren't shredding slopes or riding waves, they've got fun dresses, shorts, jeans, hats and a wide range of accessories, like watches, belts and socks. Extreme Pie stocks all the biggest brands for kitting out, from Burton and Adidas to Quicksilver, Vans and People Footwear. They dispatch orders on the same day if they're placed before 2 pm and there's an option to get next working day delivery on most items. Thrifty shoppers have lots of ways to save as well, like following on Facebook or signing up for the company's newsletter.
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How to use Extreme pie Promotional Codes
Head to Extreme Pie and start shopping!
Extreme Pie sells everything for the surfing, skating and snowboarding lifestyle, from cargo pants to jackets and accessories for guys and girls. Take advantage of free standard delivery on all orders and grab a code for extra savings!
Add products to your basket
Once you've chosen something cool, click "add to basket." You'll be taken straight to your basket to look over your order and make sure everything's right.
Add a code
Open promotionalcodes.org.uk in a new window and find the Extreme Pie code you want to use. Copy the code, then click back over to your basket and paste it in the "promocode" box. Click "validate code" and your discount will be applied to the order. Now choose your delivery country and select a delivery method, then click "proceed to secure checkout."
Add your billing and shipping addresses, then scroll down and type in your card details. Click "complete your order" and that's it - your parcel will be on its way!
Extreme pie Customer Reviews
My 15 year old son loves skateboarding and the surf style culture so I now let him choose his own gifts from Extreme Pie. It’s much easier on me since I know he’ll only return anything myself or my husband would select. Although the website has a ‘gifts’ section, it’s not much help when you’re aged 52 and haven’t a clue what is cool these days. I thought the site had a really nice selection but it was overwhelming without knowing the exact styles my son would wear.
This time round I told him to go on the Extreme Pie website and choose anything he wanted for his birthday up to 100 pounds. Whilst I made dinner he clicked through the various items and added them to the cart. I had signed up for the e-newsletter and thus received 10 percent off the order, in addition to a 20% sale, so in the end we were able to get much more for our money (and free delivery!) My son chose a pair of Vans trainers, a hoody and two T-shirts. He was pleased that he will actually use the gift, and I didn’t have to search store after store in vain. Win-win, I believe. We'll be using this tactic again come Christmas and sending our son to Extreme Pie's site to shop.
My daughters love this line of clothing, so I was forced onto this site for the latest round of birthdays, and I was pleasantly surprised. The dresses my girls wanted were reasonably priced and of a reasonable length. ;) I did veto one of the skirt choices, but apart from that I was happy with their selections. They were offering free delivery when I ordered last, so perhaps you’ll get lucky too.