Penhaligon's discount codes for January 2023

These 5 Penhaligon's discount codes will save you money on perfume, cologne & candles

Contact Penhaligon's

The quickest way to contact Penhaligon's is through the live chat function on the website 

Penhaligon's Customer Service Number 

0800 011 9877

Monday - Saturday: 09:00 - 18:00

Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00

Penhaligon's Email Address 

Email the team through the contact form (opens in new tab) on the website


Ways to Save at Penhaligon's

A Penhaligon's discount code is the best way to save some cash, but there are other ways to snap up some savings: 

  • Penhaligon's Perks: When you shop at Penhaligon’s, you’ll receive Penhaligon’s Perks. These include free delivery and no quibble returns, fragrance profiling, gift boxing and personalised engraving. 
  • Seasonal Offers & Free Gifts: Penhaligon’s runs different offers and sales throughout the year, especially during key seasonal events like Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Boxing Day. The type of discount codes you’re likely to find are free complimentary gifts when you spend a certain amount on the website, for example, a free hand wash on orders over £110 and during Cyber Monday in 2022, Penhaligon's offered £20 off orders over £100. 
  • Refer a Friend: Penhaligon’s also offers a ‘Refer a Friend’ scheme. When you refer a friend or family member to Penhaligon’s, they’ll receive £20 off their purchase of £100 or more and you’ll receive a free ladies miniature fragrance collection as a thank you.
  • Newsletter Sign-ups: Get all the latest offers, news and product releases sent straight to your inbox when you sign up for the Penhaligon's newsletter. 

Penhaligon's Delivery & Returns FAQs

Does Penhaligon's offer free delivery?

Penhaligon’s offers free standard delivery on orders over £50. If your order is under £50, delivery is charged at £5.50. Customers can use free Click+Collect if they pick up their order from a Penhaligon’s store. Other delivery options include next day delivery at £12.50 and UK non-mainland delivery which is also £12.50.

What’s the Penhaligon's returns policy?

If you’d like to return your Penhaligon’s order, you can for a full refund within 90 days of receipt. Head to the ‘Returns’ section on the Penhaligon’s website and follow the instructions to start the process. 

How do I track my Penhaligon's order?

Once your order has been dispatched, Penhaligon’s will send you an email confirmation with tracking information inside. Customers will also receive a text from the courier. Alternatively, you can log in to your Penhaligon’s account to view your order status and history, or click ‘Track My Order’ on the website and enter your order number and postcode to locate your items.

Other Penhaligon's FAQs

What payment methods does Penhaligon's have?

You can pay for your Penhaligon's perfume, gifts, candles and more with any major credit and debit card, PayPal, Apple Pay and Klarna payments.

Is there a Penhaligon's store near me?

There are multiple Penhaligon’s stores around the UK, with most of them based in London, UK. Click ‘Stores’ on the Penhaligon’s website and enter your postcode to locate your nearest store.


How to use Penhaligon's discount codes

1. Take a look at our Penhaligon's discount codes, once you've found the offer you'd like to use, click the 'Get Code' button. 

2. A pop-out box will appear, showing the code that you can copy via the 'Copy' button.

3. Head to the Penhaligon's website, do your shopping, add everything to your basket and head to checkout.

4. Underneath your total, you’ll see a box that says ‘Promotional Code’. Enter your discount code in the box and click ‘Apply’. Only one code is redeemable per order.

5. If valid, the page will refresh and the discount will be added to your total.


Find your perfect fragrance at Penhaligon’s

Penhaligon’s

(Image credit: Penhaligon’s)

With over 150 years of experience in the fragrance industry, Penhaligon's is one of the leading perfume brands in the UK. Alongside its presence in the UK since the 1800s, Penhaligon's was also awarded 2 royal warrants in the 1900s. The first was given in 1903 by Queen Alexandra and the other was given in 1956 by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. If you’re new to Penhaligon's or aren’t sure what your signature scent should be, you can use Penhaligon's Fragrance Profiling service to find your perfect perfume.

Like most beauty websites and brands, Penhaligon's offers a quiz or profiling service that listens to your likes and dislikes and identifies what scent is best for you. What sets Penhaligon's apart from its competitors, however, is that rather than asking simple questions, the Fragrance Profiling is shown as a fortune teller card game and asks fun and interesting questions to help determine your next perfume or aftershave.

First, you’ll need to decide whether you’re buying perfume for yourself or someone else. From there, you can answer fun, old timely questions to identify your tastes, like ‘Which is your favourite hat?’, ‘What lasting impression do you make at a soiree?’ and ‘What garnish do you put in your tipple?’ You finish the quiz by spinning the wheel to determine your spirit animal, and then you’re given your personality type and top three Penhaligon's fragrances best suited to your answers. Whatever your budget and preferences, find your perfect scent at Penhaligon's.


Penhaligon’s Collections

Penhaligon’s

(Image credit: Penhaligon’s)

Penhaligon's has been around since the late 1800s, so it’s safe to say that they know what they’re talking about. Not only that but with over 150 years of experience, Penhaligon's has a few fair perfume collections up their sleeve, perfect for long-time Penhaligon's fans and new customers. There are a wide variety of scents to choose from, including light citrus notes to more musky deep tones, so there really is something for everyone. Penhaligon's is also well known for their eccentric bottle designs which you can engrave if you want to take your gift to the next level. Let’s go into the Penhaligon's Collections in more detail.

First, there’s the iconic Penhaligon's Portraits collection. This collection is a tribute to the ‘good old English spirit’ and is most recognisable with their ‘posh’ titles and animal bust stoppers. Each Eau de Parfum is different, for example, The Revenge of Lady Blanche has notes of daffodil, orris and sandalwood for a floral woody scent whereas The Changing Constance combines cardamom, tobacco and caramel for a spicy sensual smell. The bottle stoppers are fun to look at, and feature animal heads, including dragons, rhinos, stags, goats, dogs and peacocks. Overall, it’s a great collection to collect as the bottles look wonderful next to each other on your bathroom shelf.

For lifelong fans of Penhaligon's, the Trade Routes collection harkens back to the early days of the brand, and uses a variety of ingredients that arrived in the London docks at the end of the 19th century. Compared to the Portraits collection, the Trade Routes bottles are more understated and sophisticated and are a mix of perfumes, body oils and hand wash.

Bethan Girdler-Maslen
Acting Wellness Editor & Deals Writer

As T3's resident Shopping Expert and Deals Writer, Beth covers deals, discount codes, how to save money and seasonal holidays, including Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Amazon Prime Day, Boxing Day and Easter sales. Alongside her primary focus of deals, Beth is currently Acting Wellness Editor, covering all things sleep, yoga, relaxation and general wellbeing.


Having always been passionate about writing, she’s written for websites, newspapers and magazines on a variety of topics, from jewellery and culture, to food and telecoms. You can find her work across numerous sites, including Wedding Ideas Magazine, Health & Wellbeing, The Bristol Post, Fashion & Style Directory and more. In her spare time, Beth enjoys running, reading, baking and attempting DIY craft projects that will probably end in disaster!

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About Penhaligon's

Penhaligon's is a British perfume house. Founded in 1870 by William Henry Penhaligon, the first Penhaligon’s store was originally opened as a barbers shop on Jermyn Street in London. In 1872, William Penhaligon (who later became the Court Barber and Perfumer to Queen Victoria) created the first Penhaligon’s fragrance: Hammam Bouquet. Since its establishment, Penhaligon’s has expanded rapidly and now has multiple stores around the world with its flagship store based in Covent Garden. There are many Penhaligon’s locations dotted around London and Penhaligon’s fragrances are also sold through the dedicated website and select retailers, like Harrods and Selfridges. With over 152 years of experience in the perfume industry, Penhaligon’s is well known for its luxury fragrances for both men and women. Alongside its signature scents, Penhaligon’s creates and sells soaps, deodorants, hand wash, creams, lip balms, hair oils and candles. Its Portraits, Trade Routes and British Tales are full of Penhaligon’s signature fragrances and include some of Penhaligon’s best sellers, like Halfeti, Sports Car Club, The Blazing Mister Sam, The Coveted Duchess Rose, Juniper Sling, Empressa, The Tragedy of Lord George and Artemisia.

Written by

Bethan Girdler-Maslen Bethan Girdler-Maslen Acting Wellness Editor & Deals Writer

As T3's resident Shopping Expert and Deals Writer, Beth covers deals, discount codes, how to save money and seasonal holidays, including Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Amazon Prime Day, Boxing Day and Easter sales. Alongside her primary focus of deals, Beth is currently Acting Wellness Editor, covering all things sleep, yoga, relaxation and general wellbeing.


Having always been passionate about writing, she’s written for websites, newspapers and magazines on a variety of topics, from jewellery and culture, to food and telecoms. You can find her work across numerous sites, including Wedding Ideas Magazine, Health & Wellbeing, The Bristol Post, Fashion & Style Directory and more. In her spare time, Beth enjoys running, reading, baking and attempting DIY craft projects that will probably end in disaster!

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