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Finding the perfect gift for a friend or relative is never simple, especially if you're searching for something a little out of the ordinary. That's … where Hawkins Bazaar can help. This retailer specialises in stocking a huge range of exciting and unique gifts for every possible taste. From cool modern gadgets for men and women to novelty retro presents, there's literally something for everyone here. Whether shoppers are trying to find a joke gift or something a bit cheeky, they can find the ideal suggestion in Hawkins Bazaar's wide range. There are toys for children and big kids, too, as well as collectible models like diecast cars and Hornby train tracks. For those on a budget, the pocket money range is ideal, with items under £20. Of course, they also stock a collection of popular Star Wars items, from mugs to erasers and from pencil cases to themed lamps. All orders over £40 qualify for free delivery. read more
Finding the perfect gift for a friend or relative is never simple, especially if you're searching for something a little out of the ordinary. That's where Hawkins Bazaar can help. This retailer specialises in stocking a huge range of exciting and unique gifts for every possible taste. From cool modern gadgets for men and women to novelty retro presents, there's literally something for everyone here. Whether shoppers are trying to find a joke gift or something a bit cheeky, they can find the ideal suggestion in Hawkins Bazaar's wide range. There are toys for children and big kids, too, as well as collectible models like diecast cars and Hornby train tracks. For those on a budget, the pocket money range is ideal, with items under £20. Of course, they also stock a collection of popular Star Wars items, from mugs to erasers and from pencil cases to themed lamps. All orders over £40 qualify for free delivery.
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Log on to the Hawkin’s Bazaar website for hundreds of gifts and present for every occasion. Choose from the array of toys, gadgets, gifts, games and more to add a bit of fun, brighten up your life and keep the kids occupied! Express delivery is available too.
Use the navigation bar which runs along the top of the Hawkin’s Bazaar homepage to find your chosen category. Hover over that category to see a drop down menu of options to help you further refine your search. Watch out for the special offers, featured content and best sellers on the homepage too as these will show the best the site has to offer! When you have found an item you are interested in, click on to its product page for more information. Choose from any applicable options (like colour or size, for example) and click the “Add” button in the top right corner of the screen to add the item to your shopping bag. If you would like to continue looking around the shop simply repeat this step, but if you would like to pay for your item just click the “Checkout” button in the “Shopping Bag” box in the top right hand corner of the site.
You should now be able to see the “Your shopping bag” screen. Now, in a new tab or window, open www.promotionalcodes.org.uk/hawkins-bazaar-offer-code and find a code you would like to use. Reveal the code by clicking the “view code and open site” button. Copy the code when it appears.
Back in your shopping bag at Hawkin’s Bazaar, find the box marked “Enter catalogue or promotion code” which is to the left of the “Go to secure checkout” button and underneath your listed items. Paste the code you copied into that box and click the “Apply” button next to it. Your page will refresh and your discount should be visibly deducted from your order total. Click “Go to secure checkout” to move forward.
On the next page you will be prompted to enter some personal details in relation to your contact and delivery preferences. Complete the fields in the “Checkout (you can register later)” box and click the “Go to Delivery” button. On the next page complete your billing address (if different to delivery), your chosen delivery and payment methods and click “Go to Payment” to pay and complete your order.
Complete your payment details when prompted and check that your personal details are correct. When you are ready to place your order click “Process Payment now”. After your payment is verified you will be forwarded to a confirmation page. Congratulations, your order is complete!
I love throwing parties, whether it’s my kids’ birthday dos or bigger, adult affairs. Either way, I like to have nice decorations and accessories for the events. This site has all that kind of stuff in abundance. It offers goofy things like “drinking glasses”, which I really don’t understand, and more elegant items such as sky lanterns. It also offers other kid-friendly treats, like face painting kits, crafts and toys. But the best bit is finding the “Unusual gifts” for whomever is celebrating a birthday. For example, I got my husband the little remote-control UFO, and it was his favourite gift. It didn’t cost much, but it didn’t matter – boys like their toys, the more unusual the better. I’ll definitely be back for more interesting gifts and party supplies in future.
I like giving gifts that will be remembered, and I’ve found that Hawkin’s Bazaar is really good for ensuring a few “oooooohs” and “aaaahhhhhs”. For all my new mummy friends, I always order a few really sweet sets of baby clothes from other sites, but then I come here and get the “Safe Baby Handling Instructions” book, which is a comically look at how to and how not to care for your baby. Throw out bath water, not baby, for example. This is also the place to come for Whoopi cushions and other less savoury practical joke items. But they’re always good for a laugh. The prices here are great, and the delivery is quick and easy. One thing’s for sure: Your purchases are bound to garner laughter.
This site is great for finding inspired gifts. My husband loves visiting the old battlefields in France, and we’re often camping on the continent as a result. During my most recent visit to Hawkins Bazaar, I noticed something called a Storm Kettle. I read about its history and use during the war for making tea in the most trying of situations. So I thought it would be a great gift idea for my husband for his birthday. I was right – he loves it and demonstrates it by lighting it in the garden nearly every time we have guests. But that’s beside the point. This site is easy to maneuver in and fun to find gifts from. I have yet to have a satisfied receiver of gifts from here, so I’ll be back.
I love to play jokes on my brothers and give them cheeky, embarrassing gifts, so Hawkin's Bazaar is a fab place to look for these types of things. Even if you're not after more "adult" items, the site has loads of other party accessories and decorations, toys and whatnot. I'm sure one day when I have a family I'll move on to buying party bag fillers and bubble toys, but for now I'll stick to the arse/face towel and after curry wipes...to my brothers' dismay.
Hawkin's Bazaar has become a huge favourite of mine over the years. Having been in frequently to the shop and fallen in love with all the weird and wonderful things they stock, I've recently become a regular user of the website too, as a source for both my young nephews and nieces, and for gifts for those friends who have everything. I always find such a wacky selection of really fun stuff on the Hawkin's Bazaar website and I'm always shocked at the low prices. Recently I bought a toy for my little niece and she absolutely loved it and has played with it constantly for months according to her mum, and it only cost me £8! I find the ordering process to be very quick and easy and the parcels always get delivered quickly and in great condition. It's the perfect place to go when you have no idea what to buy a friend who seemingly has everything he or she wants, as there's always a quirky little something to put a smile on a face. The one complaint I have is that the shipping costs are quite high (£3.50) and since I order pretty regularly I get a bit annoyed thinking about how much shipping I must have racked up over the years. Still, I've got my money's worth in cool stuff I guess!