August Bank Holiday sale means cheap coffee machines, laptops and more at

Save money on kitchen appliances and other home electronics

August Bank Holiday sale
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It's a bank holiday weekend and that means the August bank holiday deals have arrived. Over at Amazon there's an End Of Summer Sale (opens in new tab) taking place right now, and has some bank holiday deals of its own. And there you were thinking you'd have to wait for the Black Friday deals (opens in new tab) to save money on a flash new coffee machine, kitchen mixer or fridge!

You can browse all the deals from the homepage (opens in new tab), while we've also outlined the key promotional codes and best deals below. Happy shopping! bank holiday deals promo codes

  • 10% off Rangemaster cookers & range cookers | Ends 26th August at 08:00 | Code: RANGE10
  • 10% off all LEC appliances | Ends 31st August | Code: LEC10
  • £100 of all Leisure appliances | Ends 23rd September | Code: LEISURE100
  • £1 Super Suit with GoPro Hero7 | Ends 1st September | Code: SUPERSUIT1 bank holiday deals highlights

Sage The Barista Pro Espresso Coffee Machine | | Was £700 | Now £599 | Save £101 (opens in new tab)
Get barista quality coffee in the comfort of your own home. Key features: variable grinding to get coarse or fine coffee granules; built-in grinder uses less heat to preserve flavour; perfect water temperature preserves flavour of the bean; micro foam milk tech to create beautiful latte art; cleaning function keeps your machine in good condition.

KitchenAid Stand Mixer with 4.3 Litre Bowl | Was £399 | Now £299 | Save £100 (opens in new tab)
Cook like a pro with this sturdy stand mixer. Key features: 275-Watt power output; 4 accessories included; variable speeds give you control over your mix; super-quiet motor that’s efficient and durable; stand mixer means it's perfect for use on kitchen worktops.

Samsung Family Hub American Fridge Freezer | Was £2,499 | Now £1,999 | Save £500 (opens in new tab)
Upgrade your fridge to one that looks smart and that IS smart. Key features: A++ rated; 593 litre capacity – holds 32 bags of food shopping; separate cooling systems for the fridge and freezer; share calendars, photos and notes on the Wi-Fi touchscreen; stream music or watch TV on the screen while you cook; standard width – 91.2cm.

HP 14” Laptop + Office 365 Personal 1-year subscription | Was £569 | Now £429 Save £140 (opens in new tab)
A great laptop if you're heading back to school or university with handy year of Microsoft Office 365 thrown in. Key features: lightweight laptop with a 10-hour battery life; full HD screen; 512GB SSD storage; AMD Ryzen 5 processor; 8GB of RAM.

Shark Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner Bundle | Was £299 | Now £199 | Save £100 (opens in new tab)
Use Code: FREECARKIT to claim a free car cleaning kit. Add both products to basket and use the code at checkout. Bundle includes a pet cleaning kit. Key features: upright vacuum and steam mop bundle; comes with a handy tool for corners and crevices; lightweight cylinder lifts away to clean awkward spaces; steam blast mode for stubborn dirt; includes a spare pad for when one’s in the wash.

Samsung Built in Electric Single Oven | Was £749 | Now £679 | Save £120 (opens in new tab)
Why clean your oven when you can get an oven that cleans itself? This is also two ovens in one. Key features: A+ rated; large 75L multifunctional oven has lots of programmes; divider and hinged door lets you create two oven spaces; pyrolytic self-cleaning function; dimensions (cm) – H59.5 x W59.5 x D56.6.

AO offers a price match promise (If you find your product cheaper somewhere else, call 0344 324 9222 and AO will match it), free 100-day returns and next-day delivery seven days a week. If your purchase is a large, unforeseen one, you can also opt to spread the cost by paying on credit.

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