How do I apply my Iceland promotion code?
Simply choose the Iceland offer you want to take advantage of from the MyVoucherCodes website and follow the instructions below.
- Find the Iceland promo code you want. Select ‘Get Code’ or ‘Get This Offer’ and a new window will pop up.
- If you select 'Get Code', the code will be revealed and you can click 'Copy Code'.
- Click the 'Go to the Iceland Foods site' button and you will be taken through to their site.
- To apply the discount, make your purchases and go to your basket when you're ready to pay.
- To apply your Iceland promotion code, go to 'Your shopping basket', enter the 'Promo code' in the field below the basket total and click 'Apply code'. Your basket will then be updated.
- If there is no code required, you can follow the button to ‘Go to the Iceland Foods site’ and view the deals on offer and shop as normal.
How can I save more money with Iceland discount codes?
In addition to Iceland discount codes, the popular food brand also offers a number of ways to shop for less. Here’s how.
- Get free delivery when you spend over £35.
- Iceland features daily offers, showcasing their best food deals and online only deals.
- Know someone who might like to become an Iceland customer?
- Through the refer a friend scheme, your friend will get £5 off their next shop when spending £40 or more.
- Who doesn’t love a competition? When you spend over £60, you’ll be entered into a prize draw with the chance to win the cost of your shopping back.
- It can be tricky managing the finances when you’re a student. Iceland recognise this and offer £5 off every £40 spend.
- Visit the MyVoucherCodes website for all the latest Iceland vouchers.
What seasonal deals does Iceland offer?
Iceland usually offers enticing deals on Black Friday (Friday 29th November) as well as in the run up to the Christmas season. Watch this space (and their offers page) and make some room in the freezer for the festive period.
Iceland’s Christmas range has already made an appearance with some scrumptious looking mince pies, iced fruit cake and yule log, to mention a few.