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£3.03 off via Social Media Log In

Add the code at the basket stage to receive the offer discount : You must log in via social media tik tok etc then add the coupon code. It can be used 8 times. Order minimum...Read more
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16th Nov 2020
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£3.30 off First Orders over £4

AliExpress is an online retail service based in China that is owned by the Alibaba Group. Launched in 2010 it is made up of small businesses in China and other locations, such as...Read more
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3rd Aug 2020
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How to redeem AliExpress vouchers?


  • Choose an AliExpress voucher here at Latestdeals.co.uk and head on to AliExpress.com. Make sure to choose United Kingdom at the top of the page as your ship to country.
  • Select the correspinding offer for your voucher and click "Buy Now" or "Add to Cart". You can also shop for other items you want.
  • When you're done shopping, clicl "Cart" at the top of the screen to proceed to checkout.
  • Select your preferred shipping method and click "Buy from this seller" to continue.
  • Fill in the delivery form and save your address to continue.
  • Review and confirm your order. If you don't see the coupon code field, you can simply leave a message for the seller.
  • Provide your payment method and details to finalize your order and click "Confirm and Pay".
  • Enjoy your discount!

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  • AliExpress can be a bit hit or miss. Once I ordered from them and it was absolutely fine although it took ages as it comes from abroad. Another time I ordered and the item never turned up, I couldn't get a straight answer from customer services and although I eventually got a refund it was more stress than getting a cheap item so I won't be buying from there any more. By all means try it out as you may have a better experience and you may also want to look for voucher codes online to get some money off. Freebiesarefun
  • I stopped using AliExpress altogether. Yes they seem to run some great deals, online discount codes and promotions but I had too many problems and it put me off altogether. Their items take forever to arrive, I know they come from abroad but it is just too long for me. I have had so many items not turn up at all, items that have arrived and been nothing like described when I have purchased or they have sent a totally wrong product altogether. Their customer service is beyond bad. They have you running in circles and never give you a straight answer and trying to get a refund is just not worth the stress so I will never use them again. SRFMLY

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What people think of AliExpress
2 months ago
Terrible company that has stolen multiple designs from small business and designers and passed it off as their own. This company has zero ethics: they steal from designers, sell cheap clothing that doesn’t last and harm people and the planet by making clothing as unsustainably as possible. Do yourself and the planet a favour and avoid this unethical company!
2 months ago
Aliexpress offer a wide variety of roducts from many sellers. Products are often very reasonably priced, however it is important to note that delivery times can be quite long. Each item will state the delivery times and there are sometimes options to upgrade to a quicker method of delivery. A helpful feature is that on each item's page you can see the reviews and photos left by previous buyers. Aliexpress offer a discount on your first purchase which is helpful for those new to the site.
4 months ago
You have to pick and choose the type of product that is appropriate to buy (and ship from China), but there's definitely a bunch of opportunities here. Most items ship with China's 'developing nation' international post subsidy, so with free or very low freight charges, and they usually arrive in a ubiquitous grey plastic bag rather than a box. You can expect a lot of poor quality or knock-off products, clothing is usually one or two sizes smaller than for Western equivalents, but say you don't want to feel ripped off paying €15- for an HDMI cable in a local store, you can probably get something quite suitable for less than €2-. You just have appraise the reviews carefully, check the product descriptions and be patient (usually 2-4 weeks for delivery). The website itself is quite poor, slow, awkward logon which doesn't remember credentials well, the payment system is ok, but messages don't forward to email, you have to check their integrated system and support is pretty much non-existent. The claims procedure is fairly good though. But comparing to Amazon is like comparing a $2- shop to an Apple store... Who doesn't like rummaging through a cheap shop though! So think about what you're buying, perhaps try to be conscious of the impact on the world and the people producing these products, and find a place for Aliexpress in your retail therapy.
7 months ago
I have ordered a few bits from here, and been happy with the products. The website is comprehensive, and the quality is mostly good. I do find it difficult to navigate at times, as lots of the same item at different prices. Delivery can take a long time, usually 3-6 weeks, so bare this in mind. My last purchase was a bargain, a bathroom light that comes on with movement. Uk sites wanted £50+, and i got it for £22 incuding delivery! They give discounts on some products at the checkout, i always use paypal on here. I was updated by email about my delivery progress, and asked if i was happy with the item. Overall if you can wait, its worth it.
8 months ago
I'm a long time Aliexpress user and took advantage of money off vouchers they give away so annoyingly all the time. They are only for first-time users (usually $2 free) so take advantage on your first order or you will lose it. The main advice from me would be to change the currency to show in GBP if you intend to pay by card that is in pounds (instead of the default USD) because refunds are common and my bank charged me a small fee for changing the currency in my own bank account so I lost a few pennies, apart from time when an item didn't arrive. In my case about 40% of items never arrived, I always set a reminder for when is the maximum time estimated for this item (usually between 45 and 60 days) and wait patiently, if the item has not shown up in the provided timescale, you are often entitled to a refund. One item arrived 5 months later at my old address so I was never able to get it. Their tracking is very poor and hard to read. Depending on the seller the communication about the order may be hard due to low language knowledge - try to write very clearly when emailing them to be better understood. The prices are low and the shipping often multiplies if you want to order several pieces of the same item (that's automatic and not amendable - just find a different seller). Items arrive in thin plastic bags often with little padding at all. I have never returned a product, mainly because I have not risked buying anything with higher expectations than what you would have for simple toys or stationery. The only item I wanted to return was a back brace worth around £7 (received the wrong colour than requested so it was not usable for the purpose), I was refunded and told not to send it back so I gave it away to a charity shop. All in all, good for trinkets and otherwise cheap stuff if you are persistent and patient, often the same items as on Amazon (shipped from China) but slightly cheaper and slightly longer wait.
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