Netting a Bargain: 15% off selected eBay sellers; £8 off £50 at Iceland; 25% off Hotter Shoes; 20% Adidas discount code

Jonathan Campbell rounds up the best deals on the web and the high street

A discount code gets you 15% off selected eBay sellers
Jonathan Campbell

- THE UK eBay site has issued a code for 15 per cent off selected sellers with a minimum spend of £20 and a maximum discount of £75 (in other words, a maximum spend of £500 before the reduction). Type in POCKET15 at the checkout stage. It's valid until 11.59pm on Saturday April 10 and can be used up to three times per account. You'll find a list of eligible sellers along with the full terms and conditions at

- New customers get £8 off a £50 spend at with the code ICELAND8OFF. You'll get free next-day delivery for spending more than £35 too. No end date is specified.

- There's an exclusive 25 per cent off Hotter Shoes orders when you go via The code you'll find there is valid until 11.59pm on Sunday April 11.

- Get 20 per cent off full-price items at with an exclusive code from Exclusions apply and they will be marked on the site. The code is valid until April 30.

- Get 40 per cent off home decor and gifts at photo site with the code EASTER421. Use the code BOOK421 to get 50 per cent off photo books when you spend at least £50 or 40 per cent off with no minimum spend. Both offers are valid until 11.59pm on Sunday April 11.

- Spend £30 or more at and get £5 off when you use the code 21802. You'll get free delivery too. The code is valid until 9am on Monday April 12.

- Finally, a tip I've seen reported elsewhere but at the time of writing, unconfirmed. Check the McDonald's app from Wednesday April 14 to Tuesday April 20 for (a reported) 20 per cent off all menu items with no minimum spend. The discount applies to click-and-serve or drive-though only. Each customer can use it only once per day. You'll also qualify for a prize draw.

Details accurate at time of going to print. Offers subject to availability and may be affected by delivery restrictions imposed by retailers. If you see a TinyURL link in this article, it's just a convenient way of redirecting you to a web page that would otherwise have a long address.

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