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John Lewis Promotional Codes for December 2016
Iconic British High Street retailer John Lewis was founded in 1864 and over 150 years later, they're still leading where others follow. With their clean lines, distinctive logo and conscious commitment to corporate responsibility, John Lewis has set itself apart as a business bursting with …integrity. Plus, when it comes to their product, well, they're bursting with quality, too; they even have a Royal Warrant for the supply of household goods and haberdashery - an unmistakable seal of approval. Famous for their furniture, they sell a luxurious, stylish range of goods for all the home, from exquisite crockery to all the electricals a family could want, including smartphones for the kids and coffee machines to fuel the school run. Clothe the home as well as the body with stunning, understated curtains or splash a bold textile across a feature wall to bring it alive with taste and quality. Big brand names find their natural home at John Lewis with everyone from the polished low-fi fashion of All Saints to the undeniable wow factor of Zenza ceiling lamps. John Lewis also offer their Partnership Card, which allows their users to make purchases both at John Lewis and Waitrose, combining the very best in food with a refined selection of choice products to make a house a truly stylish home.
How to use John Lewis Promotional Codes
Head to the John Lewis website and start shopping!
Browse through the huge selection at johnlewis.com, including menswear, womenswear, kidswear, toys, electronics, furniture, beauty products and much more. Standard UK delivery is free on all orders over £30, and free on any order that you opt to collect in store!
Add products to your basket
Click "add to basket" when you'd like to buy something, then when all of your shopping is sorted, click "view basket." Check that everything is correct with your order and click "continue securely."
Enter your e-mail and click continue, then tick the box to indicate whether or not you have a password. If so, enter it at the bottom and click "continue."
Choose whether you'd like the order delivered to your home or if you'd like to collect in store. Depending on your option selected, enter your delivery address or select a store near you to collect your purchases.
Review order summary
Check that the details of your order are correct, including the delivery address or store, and then click "continue."
Grab & apply your promotional code
Open promotionalcodes.org.uk in a new window, then find the John Lewis code you'd like to use. Click "view code & open site" then copy the code. Back at your John Lewis basket, click "use promotion code." Paste it in the box and click "use promotion code." Your total will be updated with the discount.
Enter your credit card details, then scroll down and type in your billing address. Finally, click "place order." Your John Lewis items will be on the way!
John Lewis Customer Reviews
John Lewis helped me redecorate my tired, old living room. The store has such fantastic sofas and chairs, curtains and blinds, accessories and rugs that I spent a lot of time wondering which to get. Everything is of the highest quality and is fit for the home of a royal. I loved wandering through the showrooms looking at my favourite colours and fabrics. Before I bought anything I also looked at the ranges that they have on the internet just in case there was something that I wanted there.
I must say that the sales consultants are very friendly and are quite knowledgeable about home decorating. They showed me how to match beautiful pillows with the sofa that I bought. They also showed me a selection of rugs and blinds that would complement the furniture. It was actually quite difficult to make up my mind, but their help and advice really made a difference. I also got a few good ideas from the website.
When push comes to shove I’m convinced that I made some very wise choices. The prices were very reasonable and my budget survived the onslaught. The help and advice that I got both in-store and online helped me put the look that I wanted together. I have absolutely no regrets doing my redecoration with the help of John Lewis. Without them I’m sure my little project would not be so successful.
It occurred to me the other day that Father’s Day is fast approaching, and I hadn’t even thought about it. I never know what to get my husband for Father’s Day, so I really like looking around online for ideas. I had heard John Lewis had some good deals on offer, so I started there. The site is very elegant and easy to move around in. From the homepage, there’s a section just for “Father’s Day”, and it takes you through to all kinds of great gift ideas.
The thing I really like about gift shopping at John Lewis is being able to set my price parameter. I can tell the site to filter out anything above or below a certain price range. You can also search by specific brands.
For my husband, I was able to find a pair of trainers he’s been wanting, as well as his (and my) favourite cologne. I guess the only real problem is that it’s too easy to keep looking for other items. I get pulled by “special offers” and pictures of pretty dresses. So I ended up getting a few things for myself as well. My own “mother’s day” ha ha. I found a gorgeous firefly, A-line skirt for summer that I absolutely love.
John Lewis carries my favourite makeup line, Bobbi Brown, and I’m always interested to see what the latest products are. Here it’s so helpful to be able to sort by brand, and I did. And I found the perfect eye palette set for summer.
Everything was delivered easily for around £5 the next day. You can pay less and wait a while longer, but I was too excited to see my new skirt to wait.
I love the quality of the products at John Lewis. But I hate driving 25 minutes and parking in an expensive car park to get to the nearest one. I hate the overwhelming stink of perfumes as I walk in the shop. I hate the crowds. I hate knowing I’m surrounded by endless germs. So I go online instead – and the selection is superb, the staff cheerful and the quantity of stock unlimited. In a word, going on line is just “easier”.