Grab this Iceland discount code to get £5 off when you spend £40 online. Plus other discount codes and all the latest Iceland deals.
Iceland has a red hot offer going live today! Hopefully, it won’t defrost all their stock! (sorry!)
Iceland has launched a new discount code offering £5 off when you spend £40 on your first online order.
This Iceland discount code is available to all new customers, so if you haven’t tried them before this is a perfect excuse.
But wait – there’s more!
They’ve also released an £8 off £50 shop discount code!
Iceland discount codes
The £5 off a £40 spend is running right now, and it expires on 30 April 2019 at 11 pm.
Enter the code ICELAND5 at checkout to apply your discount.
The £5 will get taken off when you’ve got £40 worth of stuff in your basket.
If you’re planning to spend a little more money at Iceland, there are a couple of other current voucher codes running.
Get £8 off a £50 spend by using the code ICELAND8.
Again, this code is for new online shoppers to Iceland and expires on 31 December 2019.
If you’ve already shopped at Iceland before, don’t fret as there loads of offers for you too 🙂
Other offers at Iceland
Iceland always has some good deals on food.
Right now, they are offering packs of free veg sides when you buy any 3 Slimming World meals or meats and are doing a deal to get 3 for £8 on meats.
It doesn’t stop there!
They’ve also launched a £5 frozen meal deal which is packed!
You get three Ristorante pizzas, a bottle of pop and garlic bread for a fiver!.
Take a look at the full details of the Iceland meal deal.
Are you planning a BBQ over the bank holiday? Come rain or shine; this deal is pretty good.
Build a Burger – pick your burger, toppings or sides and buns and you can have a BBQ for just £5.
Take a look at the Build a Burger offer.
You can also get a FREE tub of Halo Top ice cream worth £3.50.
Use the code HALO at checkout to get your freebie. The code is valid until 5 May 2019.
Check out all the Iceland offers. These offers are running online as well as in store.
Brand new website
To celebrate the launch of the brand new Iceland website (take a look at it here), they are giving away 250,000 different prizes!
Shop with Iceland, and you’ll have a chance to win prizes such as Apple iPads, Apple watches, Red Letter Day vouchers, money off coupons and more!
You’ll also be in with a chance to win £1,000 loaded onto an Iceland Bonus Card.
You need to do an Iceland shop before 5th May.
Most supermarkets charge all different prices to get your food delivered to your door. Some may be as little as £1, but I’ve seen supermarkets asking for as much as £7 to deliver your food!
Iceland is different.
You’re able to get free delivery on online orders over £35.
Yes, free delivery.
That means you can use the Iceland discount code and get your shopping delivered to your food at no extra cost.
Most stores typically offer delivery Monday to Saturday between 11 am, and 7 pm and some stores also offer Sunday delivery slots.
Iceland Bonus Card
Don’t forget to use an Iceland Bonus card as you’re able to get free money every time you use it to save.
It’s handy to help with spreading costs for another time in the year (like Easter, birthdays or Christmas) and there are usually bonuses in the run-up to December to earn even more.
You’re even able to use the card in Iceland’s The Food Warehouse.
Find out more about the Iceland Bonus Card here.
Iceland in The Range
Iceland is now a shop in a shop.
If you don’t have an Iceland near you, perhaps you have The Range store?
Both stores are getting together and cross-selling.
The Range is selling food from Iceland within a separate area of the store.
You can find out more about what’s happening and Iceland/Range stores opening here.
Iceland voucher code
There aren’t too many voucher codes for Iceland, so it’s great when we’re able to shout about an offer!
Save £5 off your next order over £40 – enter your code at checkout ICELAND5
Remember, this Iceland discount code expires on 31 December 2019.
Naomi knows the burden of living on very little and became debt free by learning from past mistakes and following her own money saving tips and tricks. She is studying a Level 2 Certificate in Awareness of Mental Health Problems and is a Youth Mental Health First Aid Champion.