Browse through the selection of codes and offers that we have available for you to redeem at the top of this page. When you spot the standout offer, press the green button that says “Get Voucher & Open Site”. You’ll see a new window appear – this contains the voucher code for you to use. Please note down the code or copy it – you will need to enter the code during the checkout process.
Once you’ve got the code just press the green button on the right of the screen to proceed. You should be directed to the B&Q homepage at DIY.com. You can now browse the whole range of products that the company offers, or search for a specific product. Remember you can buy everything via the website – from kitchen cupboards to plant pots. When you’ve found an item you want to purchase, click the orange button that says “add for delivery”. When you’ve finished shopping and you want to checkout and pay for your order – click the basket button at the top right of your page.
The next page shows an order summary – if everything appears correct just click the orange button that says “secure checkout”. You will now need to enter your account information – that’s an email address and password. If you don’t already have an account, just click the button on the right hand side of the page. You’ll be prompted to create a new account, it only takes a couple of minutes.
The first stage of the checkout process is titled “Your details”. Just enter your contact address. You’ll see a section called “Promotions & Discounts”. Just paste or type your voucher code in this box then press “apply code”. If your code is valid the order total will be adjusted. It’s then just a case of clicking the orange “Continue” button at the bottom of the page
To complete the checkout process you need to enter the delivery address for your items, you also need to select the best date for the company to deliver your products. You’ll then be prompted to enter your payment information, before being presented with an order confirmation screen
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