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Old 09-11-2012, 3:46 AM
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Default Harrods Christmas BOGOF + free delivery

Link to some Christmas items which are BOGOF. Christmas bear is buy one, get one half price. Delivery is currently free.


http://www.harrods.com/gifts/seasonal-reductions

Edit: If you follow the link and sort price low to high, there are lots of other reductions but not all BOGOF. Some nice Christmas pressy ideas though.

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Old 09-11-2012, 12:00 PM
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thanks rbbadger...
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Thanks rbbadger, some xmas pressies sorted
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Thank for this, got 2 adorable cup cake baubles for DD for her first Christmas is her new flat for under a tenner, she will adore them
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thanks for posting, ordered some nice xmas things including the gingerbread house tea bag tidy.
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Old 09-11-2012, 2:32 PM
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Thanks OP, got a couple bears! ( toy one)

http://www.harrods.com/product/beefe...nal-reductions
I ordered two last time and they sent it in a lovely Harrods gift box.

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Link to some Christmas items which are BOGOF. Christmas bear is buy one, get one half price. Delivery is currently free.


http://www.harrods.com/gifts/seasonal-reductions

Edit: If you follow the link and sort price low to high, there are lots of other reductions but not all BOGOF. Some nice Christmas pressy ideas though.
Thank you so much for this post, I've ordered some lovely little bargains
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Fab! thankyou.. all the girls in my office say thanks too x
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Awww the Christmas bear has the same name as my Son this year


Good luck everyone and Thank you to all posters xx

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Lol I don't agree with caged hens eggs but I still shop in Asda...
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Just love those bears, wish I had someone to buy one for
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Old 09-11-2012, 9:07 PM
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Never shopped at Harrods before to be honest but they do have some lovely pretty things like the oven gloves & tea cosy & with free delivery it makes it much more affordable which is nice

Was given a large Harrods bear as a gift which I loved

Not buying this time but would love to get a few pretty kitchen bits in the future & nice to know it is actually affordable!
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Many thanks, just bought the grandkids even more presents they dont need, but at least the postage was free. :-)
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Just got back to Staffordshire after a two day trip to London. Spent three hours in Harrods today. After reading this thread I feel I need to point out a couple of things.
Firstly there were no protesters outside just a busker badly playing the bagpipes.
Secondly, Yes they do sell REAL FUR! 5th floor pet department, 6 beautiful Bengal Kittens at 1,200 each. Plus 4 Ragdoll kittens, 2 puppies and a gerbil.

The Christmas shop was brilliant, lots of buy one get one free's and bought baby's first Christmas baubles for a friend.

By the way the fur hats I stroked on the ground flloor didn't bite neither but very nice!

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Ordered a sprauncy oven glove and tea cosy that might be a gift ... otherwise I'll have them for my kitchen. Thanks OP

Edit to add: the bagpiper wd put me off entering!
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Old 10-11-2012, 11:48 AM
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Thanks - first time I've been able to buy from Harrods!
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I've just had a looksie, so it's not just for posh people then?
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