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    Free delivery

    Whenever you spend more than £50 on the Mintprice website, you order will be delivered free of charge via standard delivery which takes up to three working days to arrive. Orders less than this come with a delivery charge dependent upon the products you purchase. So if you want bet value for money, it’s worth stocking up on office supplies you regularly use – such as paper, pens and ink – every time you shop with Mintprice. This way your total order will add up to £50+ and you’ll get out of paying for delivery.

    Free gifts

    Many of the products on the Mintprice website come with free gifts, such as a free Scotch tape dispenser when you buy a pack of Post-It canary yellow notes or a free lined super-sticky Post-It notes when you buy a 12-pack of regular super-sticky Post-It notes. Whenever there are free gifts up for grabs, you’ll see them advertised on the homepage of the website.

    If there’s a freebie attached to one of the products that you often buy, it’s definitely worth snapping up. Even if you don’t need the product it’s attached to right now – as long as you’ll definitely use it down the line, place it into your basket now and get the free gift. You’ll get better value for money this way.

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    Follow Mintprice on Twitter

    Never want to miss out on the chance to save money on office supplies? Then make sure you follow Mintprice on Twitter. When you’re connected online, you’ll be kept in the know with buy-one-get-one-free promotions, price reductions and new money saving offers. Tweets are usually sent out at least twice each week, so check in on a weekly basis if you don’t want to dip out.

    Read the blog

    Want to save money in every aspect of the office and not just when you’re buying supplies? Then make sure you read the Mintprice blog. This blog is updated very regularly – at least a few times each week – with all sorts of money saving advice, like how to use less paper in the office, petty cash management tips and how to reduce overhead expenses. There are also plenty of helpful posts about motivating employees and increasing productivity. There’s no RSS feed for the blog, so you’ll have to bookmark it yourself and check back regularly in order to keep up.

    Don’t get caught out with price comparison

    When you click on the ‘add to basket’ button on the Mintprice website, a popup will appear giving you all your shopping options, with the cheapest one highlighted. If you’re planning on spending less than £50, then choose the item marked ‘cheapest order’ because it really will be the cheapest one.

    But if you’re planning on spending more than £50, you’ll qualify for free delivery. This means the ‘cheapest order’ might not be the cheapest, since these prices include delivery. In this scenario, you’re best off looking at each of the prices individually and selecting the option with the cheapest price for the product alone – not when combined with the delivery charge.
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