Fancy a new kitchen? Ikea is offering interest-free credit. Picture: Ikea
IKEA is offering interest-free credit on kitchens. Get 12 months’ zero-per-cent finance when you spend £600 or more, 24 months’ when you spend £1,200 or more, or 36 months’ when you spend £1,800 or more. This offer applies to all cabinets, fronts, appliances, tops, taps, sinks, integrated lighting, and interior fittings (hinges, shelves and drawers). The cost of installation can also be financed, provided that you have spent £600/£1,200/£1,800 or more on the kitchen furniture in question. Read the full terms and conditions at www.ikea.com/gb.
– Get 30 per cent off all large photo prints and canvas prints at Snapmad.com using the code EASTER30. No end date for the offer was specified on the site.
– Doing some spring cleaning? Until April 26 you’ll get five times the usual number of Nectar points on home cleaning products at Sainsbury’s.
– Until 11.59pm on April 18, spend £75 or more on full-price items in a single transaction at clothing site www.fatface.com and you’ll get a £20 voucher valid against future purchases. The vouchers will be issued on May 10 and can be used until June 11 – again, on full-price items only. The minimum spend required to redeem the voucher will be £20.01. Read the full terms and conditions at http://tinyurl.com/l2trgqm.
– Book parking at Belfast International Airport before April 22 via https://securebooking-belfastairport.com and you can get 15 per cent off using the code CHICK15. It’s valid for car park stays until December 31.
– Last chance: Until close of business on April 17, Maplin is giving customers who spend £50 or more a free £5 voucher. Those who spend £100 or more get a £15 voucher. Vouchers are valid between April 18 and 27.
– Another short-lived deal: Sainsbury’s has 25 per cent off its Tu clothing ranges until close of business on April 17. The discount is valid in store and at www.sainsburys.co.uk.
Details accurate at time of going to print. Offers subject to availability. 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.[“Source-irishnews”]