Boots 70% off sale 2022: Start date, discounts and more



If the January sales passed you by, fear not, because the shopping gods at Boots have answered our prayers with plenty of deals continuing into this month.

Whether your go-to beauty products could do with restocking or you’re ready to switch up your make-up, skincare or haircare routine, now’s the perfect time to do so, as the retailer is offering shoppers massive discounts of up to 50 per cent across a range of categories online – but things are about to get even better.

Every year, Boots concludes its usual sale by increasing its already impressive savings to 70 per cent off, making it a highly anticipated event that many beauty lovers mark in their diaries to ensure they don’t miss out. In previous years, the further reductions have included some of our all-time favorite products from big-name brands – think Pixi, Fenty Beauty, Mac and even Gucci.

The 70 per cent sale typically takes place at the end of January but due to lockdown restrictions in 2021, these were delayed and instead the sale launched in April. So far there’s been no sign of reductions, which has left shoppers wondering whether to expect the same this time around.

From the sale’s start date to the discounts you can snap up right now, here’s everything we know so far about the mammoth event.

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When is the Boots 70 per cent off sale?

Despite the Boots 70 per cent off sale usually taking place towards the end of January, the retailer is yet to confirm an official start date, meaning there’s still no sign of further reductions. The exact date it launches differs slightly each year but we’re keeping our bargain-hunting ears close to the ground, so make sure to keep checking back for more updates.

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Due to lockdown restrictions in 2021, the event was delayed and instead took place in April, with discounts only available in stores and not online.

What discounts will be available?

Boots is very generous with its deals, with products reduced by up to 70 per cent. Last year’s sale saw discounts on some household names such as L’Oreal, Ted Baker, Yankee Candle and Boots’s own No7 brand.

As the sale has not yet started, it’s not clear exactly what savings will be on offer, but we expect there will be plenty of bargains to be had across beauty.

What are some of the best deals to shop now?

If you can’t wait, the good news is that Boots is currently offering up to 50 per cent off thousands of products across luxury make-up and perfume. Below we’ve curated a round-up of the products we think are definitely worth adding to your basket now.

Fenty Skin the body duo: Was £24, now £12, Boots.com

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If the cold weather and central heating have left you looking a little lackluster, snap up this set from Rihanna’s Fenty Skin, which contains everything you need to achieve smooth, hydrated, and glowing skin. The set includes a mini version of the brand’s buff ryder exfoliating body scrub, which uses sugar, salt, and superfine sand to create a gentle but effective, exfoliating emulsion that deeply nourishes and softens. You can take your body moisturizer to the luxe level too with the butta drop whipped oil body cream that’s loaded with tropical oils and features Fenty’s signature clean, fresh scent that’s inspired by lush tropical fruits and flowers.

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Harry Potter Hogwarts castle collection: Was £42, now £21, Boots.com

(Harry Potter)

Calling all Potter-heads – this is a saving you won’t want to miss. With an impressive 50 per cent off, this set contains everything you could possibly need for a bit of magical TLC. Inside the holographic Hogwarts castle tin you’ll find a golden snitch bath fizzer and glow palette, a Harry Potter blender cosmetic brush, Ron Weasley fan cosmetic brush, a Hogwarts candle, velvet eye mask and scrunchie.

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No7 Elizabeth Scarlett the ultimate cosmetic collection: Was £50, now £25, Boots.com

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Planning a weekend away? Travel in style with this No7 bundle that comes with a hand-painted and embroidered Elizabeth Scarlett velvet bag. Featuring a celestial design, the artist has collaborated with No7 for an exclusive range at Boots. This particular set includes six products – No7’s full 360 mascara, stay perfect amazing eyes pencil, lip and cheek tint, stay perfect matte fixing mist, moisture drench lipstick and a lift and illuminate primer.

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Pixi brighter days ahead!: Was £68, now £34, Boots.com

(Pixies)

This brighter days ahead set from IndyBest-approved brand Pixi, includes a vitamin C tonic, wake up mist, sheet masks, and lotion. All of which are designed to help boost luminosity, brighten and protect your skin.

We’re big fans of Pixi, with its glow tonic featuring in our round-up of the best exfoliating toners, where our reviewer said it left their skin “brighter, nourished and, yes, glowing”. So you can rest assured that you’re getting quality products at a bargain price.

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Oral-B pro 3 3000 black electric crossaction ultrathin toothbrush: Was £90, now £45, Boots.com

(Braun)

Upgrade your oral hygiene and save a whopping £45 on this electric toothbrush from the pros at Oral-B. If the money you’ll save isn’t enough to convince you, the gadget comes packed with a number of impressive features, including pressure control that visibly alerts you if you brush too hard, three brushing modes – daily clean, whitening and sensitive – and a battery that lasts more than two weeks.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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