Boots advent calendar containing £165 worth of No7 products goes on on sale for £45


BOOTS’ popular No7 advent calendar goes on sale today containing £165 worth of beauty products for £45.

The sell out calendar is available to buy online for those who signed up to Boots’ waiting list prior to today.

The 2020 No7 beauty advent calendar at Boots comes with 25 products

These customers have 24 hours to snap up the beauty favourite before it goes on general sale online and in stores tomorrow (October 15).

And it seems shoppers are already making the most of the early access. One shopper tweeted: “The only good thing about a 5.30am wake up call is that I managed to order the @BootsUK No7 advent calendar.”

Another said: “5.50am… and I’ve already ordered the @BootsUK No7 advent calendar…. time to go back to sleep for a couple of hours!”

If you haven’t already signed up to Boots’ waiting list it’s unfortunately too late now to get priority access for this year.

All the No7 products included in this year’s advent calendar

Last year’s calendar amassed an incredible 226,000 waiting list sign ups, and a record number of orders placed on, as well as selling out online within 24 hours of launch.

Boots claims the calendar contains £172.50 worth of products for £45 but when founder Martin Lewis and his team checked they reckoned the combined value of products was actually £165.

In his weekly newsletter, Martin wrote: “Yes, it’s that time of year again… Beauty advent calendars are very popular with MoneySavers, and this is one of the biggies.”

The calendar includes 25 full-size and mini No7 beauty and skincare products, such as mascara, nail polish and eyeshadow – we’ve listed all of the products below.

Boots is also once again hiding “golden tickets” worth £1,000 each in ten calendars after rolling them out last year.

If you find a ticket, you can use the vouchers on all No7 products at Boots.

Even if you’re not planning to open a window each day, No7 fans may want to get the calendar as it lets you pick up products you’d buy anyway at a fraction of the normal price.

Alternatively, it could be a nice way to count down to Christmas by trying new beauty products every day in December.

Last year, the calendar cost £42 and Boots said it contained goods worth £173.50.

Boots is yet to confirm how many calendars it’s got available to sell this year.

But Boots isn’t the only retailer where you can save on beauty items by stocking up on advent calendars.

The Body Shop’s Make It Real advent calendar costs £130, but has £226 worth of goodies inside – a saving of £96.

Or if you don’t mind spending even more, Elemis’ beauty advent calendar sets you back £175, but contains products worth £403.84 – saving you £228.84.

We’ve made a round-up of the best beauty advent calendars for 2020.

In other Martin Lewis news, debt letters that “make people suicidal due to their threatening” language have been banned after a campaign by him.

The money guru has also revealed how to find hidden discounts on returned Amazon goods.

Plus, he’s explained how to get a £5,000 green homes voucher to help with energy-saving changes this winter.

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