expired 25% off Sitewide (Including Outlet) + 20% ShopBack Cashback (Expired, now 9% Cashback) @ ASOS

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Just saw this flash up in the Shopback app.

Works on outlet as well.

Also 9% cashback through Shopback.

Update 28 May: Bonus 20% Cashback expired, now 9%.

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  • +6 votes

    Don’t forget codeisum

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    dealbot what’s your blood group?

  • +3 votes

    Are ASOS price jacking these days too or do they just have over RRP pricing pre-discounts all the time? $320 for Adidas Ultraboost 19's… $260rrp everywhere else.

  • +3 votes

    Code doesn’t work on outlet clothing for me.

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    Thanks bot! ordered my first asos super tight underwear.

  • +1 vote

    "It's called fashion sweetie, look it up!"

    https://www.asos.com/au/another-influence/another-influence-...

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    Worked for me in Outlet as well. Thanks OP

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    Already bought a G-Star jacket from them a few weeks back lol

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    Thanks OP! There was a pair of Docs I had my eye on, they were $266 but picked up for $74 (they were on sale too!) 😍

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    Code not working on outlet item for me

  • +1 vote

    Webside died? Cant process checkout

  • +2 votes

    Did they do price jack on their website? It looks like their price is higher than normal.

    Just compare between asos and the iconic, a CK t-shirt on the iconic is around $49.95 but $58 on asos

  • +1 vote

    Had a recently bad experience with ASOS recently.
    Used a promo code $70 off $250 spend - ordered 3 items.
    One of the items was a $150 jacket, however they sent me some cheap trackie pants instead.
    Instead of sending back the incorrect item, and them sending me the correct item, they made me send all 3 items back to get a refund and then make the exact same order again!

    • +1 vote

      Yeah that’s a bad deal, I was burnt with it too. Returned a $20 item, which wasn’t stocked in bigger size. Due to that deal the overall price dropped under the required spend amount and they wouldn’t refund me. Only go % off now.

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    Thanks OP, got myself a jacket and 2 jeans!

  • +1 vote

    Good if you get branded clothing you know will be good I've shopped with asos for years now and noticed quality has really gone down for clothing, or look different to picture. Most of the time I now refund half to most of my order unless the bulk of my order is known brands like forever new etc. This is why I'd rather use discount codes rather than cashback with them.

  • +1 vote

    Code didn't work on outlet item.

    I noticed buying through Holland tho, shoes were available in EURO 47, where as in the UK or AUS only a Size 12 US which is a EURO 46.

    Estimated delivery 20 Jun, 2019
    Longest I've had to wait ever, assume it's coming from Europe.

    FML:
    Notes

    27th May (5pm to 11.59pm AEST) Offer: 20% Cashback is capped at $20.
    Cashback is only available for ASOS Australia
    Excludes taxes, fees or additional extras
    

    I guess I don't earn that 20% off(I bought off ASOS Holland)! However, I would of ended up having to order a size down so I guess no saving at all but the right size. :|

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      Thanks for posting that. I was going to order through the UK site. Pays to read the t&c!

      Not getting 25% off on the items I want anyway.

  • +1 vote

    Those asking about price jacking, from my own personal experience of years of shopping on there as well as general comments on OzB threads, ASOS are not known to price jack, or at least not so on any sort of widespread scale. Their best sales are generally quite predictable - 30% off for the Nov Click Frenzy, 20% off Black/Cyber Monday, 15-20% for some holidays/occasions (not usually in consecutive years), and <30% sprinkled between these events for usually only a day or two. As such, I generally always have dozens of items in my favourites waiting for one of these sales, or when they get discounted to the outlet. I've never noticed any price jacking.

    Price differences are because most of the branded products have been bought for the UK/Europe market, and accordingly priced to the UK/Europe RRP. Exchange rate plays a role too, with branded products seemingly more sensitive to currency movements than their own ASOS branded stuff. Price also gets rounded (most likely up) to whole dollars.

  • +3 votes

    Welp, just spent 200 bucks I didn't need to.

    Thanks for the deal OP!

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    So glad I didn't order yesterday!

  • +4 votes

    Doesnt seem to work on any outlet items i had in cart :(

  • +7 votes

    This does not include Sale or Outlet items. Its only 25% off full price items.
    There goes 45mins adding sale items to cart…..

    • +1 vote

      Yeah, I wasted a bit of time too.

      25% is still good, plus the currency saving.

      I found most items you said $3-7 via GPB, however looking at a 5 pack of ASOS t-shirts $51aud, it was $35 through Holland.

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      I think it works on some sale items. I bought two dresses. One full price and one outlet and got the 25% discount on both.

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      Can confirm doesn't work on sale items

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    Funny enough, I woke up to ShopBack credit from 20%.
    I did follow the link, just switched countries while in that link.

    Very happy!

  • +2 votes

    This works on The Ordinary. Good time to stock up.

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      Definitely heard about this brand.
      Any recommendations?

      25% plus 9% cashback and the 3-5% saving switching currencies makes it nearly 40% off

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      It seems to be only taking 20% off The Ordinary (on the UK site).

      Australian site won't let me add a coupon at all. "Sorry, we are unable to apply this promo code right now. Give us a minute and try again."

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        I didn't check the percent, only the total. Aus was $300, UK $275
        After discount UK was $220, Aus was $240
        You're correct, 20% only but with the currency difference it's still better off
        I found most products cheaper in Holland or UK, however some were cheaper in australia. it gets a bit to much, so I just did UK as overall was still $20 cheapest.

  • +1 vote

    This only works on outlet items with an RRP, as told by the chat rep. After having some outlet items not work and others work. Google is also advertising these outlet items as code applicable, which made it confusing but the rep said it's not a direct ad from ASOS.

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