From cheap books to low-cost art materials, The Works is the number one store to shop for top quality brands and low prices. The Works has an extensive UK High Street presence, plus an online store where it couldn't be simpler to find fun and exciting …products. The company Sells more than one million products every week, including discounted books, kids activity sets, and toys. The Works is a favourite with people of all ages because of the range and great value of its merchandise. With more than 40,000 products, it is easy to see why this retailer is so popular. Customers can find both fiction and nonfiction books at the lowest possible prices, all the essential craft materials, a comprehensive choice of stationery and enough toys and games to keep the whole family entertained for days. There is even a selection of affordable products for the home, including gadgets, garden accessories, and travel equipment. » more
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How to use The Works Promotional Codes
Make massive savings on books at the works!
Log on to Britain’s leading discount book store online and make big savings on your book, stationery, arts, crafts and more orders. Qualify for free delivery if you spend over £30.
Find your items
Make your way around The Works website using the navigation bar at the top of the homepage. Hover over your chosen category to view more options to help you refine your search. When you have found an item you would like to buy click on to the product page for more information. If you would like to buy the item, simply click the “Add to Basket” button on the right of the page.
Grab your promotional code
You should now be able to see the Your Basket screen. Now, in a new tab or window, open www.promotionalcodes.org.uk/the-works and find a code you would like to use. Reveal the code by clicking the “view code & open site” button. Copy the code when it appears.
Apply your code for money off
Back in your basket at The Works, check your items and select a delivery option from the drop down menu. Below your total, find the box labeled “Enter Promotion Code”. Paste your code into that box and click “Update”. Your page will refresh and you should be able to see your discount deducted from your order total. Tick the box to agree to The Works Ts&Cs and click the big “Proceed to Checkout” button.
Enter some personal details
Now, under the “New Customer Registration” heading complete some details relating to your contact and delivery preferences. Complete each field carefully, answering any applicable questions. When all fields are complete, click the “Proceed to Payment” button to checkout.
Pay and complete your order
On the next page, select your payment method from those listed. A form will appear into which you will need to enter your card details. When you are finished, click the “Proceed” button. You will be forwarded to a confirmation page. Congratulations, your order is complete!
The Works Customer Reviews
I've been shopping at The Works ever since my first kid was old enough to read. Now I have two - one of 9 and one of 7, and neither of them seem remotely interested in technology. The eldest just wants to read and read, and we all know that books can be expensive. After I exhausted the borrowing and buying from charity shops options, I had to look for a way I could get modern, relevant novels and non-fiction suitable for kids, but without paying the pricetag of what I found in Waterstones or WH Smith. The Works online is perfect for me because, if I'm honest, the shops can be a bit of a mess and I don't always have the time or the frame of mind to go in. With the website I can easily search and ordering takes only a few minutes. I use it to buy books for my eldest, as I said, and then I use it for arts and craft materials for my little Stephanie who is 7. She's obsessed by drawing, painting and making - anything she can do with her hands, and I've found some great get started style sets at The Works. One order from the site and my kids are occupied for ages, it's brilliant. Delivery is free if you order over a certain amount too, I think its £20 or £30, so I rarely pay for postage. It's a win/win for me.
I've found absolute bargains at the Works over and over again. Everytime I log on there's more amazing deals on well known titles, plus they always have a great selection of lesser known books to browse - particularly non-fiction or hobby style books. If you're not bothered about getting the new releases as soon as they come out but you love books, I really recommend getting yourself over to The Works. The prices really can't compare to any other well known book or super store. The number one thing I save on there is boxsets, one purchase (at a very low price) and I'm busy for weeks. It's absolutely fantastic value. Sometimes the shipping can take a bit of time, but I'd say that really is the only low point of shopping online with them. I can't really complain either because I more or less always get my shipping free for spending over the necessary amount. Until I find somewhere that can beat the shipping time for the same price, The Works is definitely my only stop for books.
My mum has talked about planning a Diamond Jubilee party for ages and it's all I hear about. I guess when you're her age, there's not loads to do so she's quite insistent on getting things together far in advance. I was browsing online and saw The Works had a range of party supplies, and since they had a promo code as well I decided I might as well take advantage and get some things sorted now. I ordered the bunting, some plates, napkins, and other things and really it was not much money for the lot of it. Everything was easy to find and the checkout was quick and painless. I'm thrilled with the service and my mum is happy we got a jump start on her Diamond Jubilee do. Thanks!
Most people think of The Works predominantly for books. As someone who loves to bake, craft and make all presents and decorations no matter what the occasion, I can vouch for The Works as a pretty great craft supplies store too. Recently I made Easter Baskets to take home to my family over the holiday. I got all my supplies from the Works where most items aren't over 99p, and if I went somewhere popular like Hobbycraft or WHSmith I would have spent loads more! I love the website for doing big orders and I absolutely love it that they always have a code running. I've never been disappointed with the Works service, the only thing I can complain about is that sometimes their stock runs a little low and I can't always get what I need.