In the meantime, I’m doing blog-neglect-related discount code dumps and sale PSAs! The blog earned these codes due to people using my referral links to make a first purchase at certain shops (THANK YOU!); think of this as sharing the love back.
Codes are obviously first come, first…discounted and I’d appreciate if they’re not taken out and shared elsewhere since they’re from my personal stash and meant to be a thank you for my patient blog readers (but linking to the post is fine if you want to share).
If you’re looking to up your shopping game check out the latest episode of The Snailcast, where Snow from Snow White and the Asian Pear and I talked about hardcore kbeauty shopping–the shopping that often involves the lowest prices, best selection, and hardest difficulty rating. By the way…the next episode includes the whole snailunit getting sheetfaced with a very special guest…
Discounts for New Customers
If you need a discount code and you’re a new customer, certain shops offer a special discount to help make your first time special. heh
receive cash back when shopping online for beauty (and other things) at stores like Sephora, Nordstrom, and eBay. Ok, this isn’t a first-time customer discount, but I’m kind of obsessed with Ebates and use it constantly.
15% off your first purchase
20% off your first purchase
$10 off your first $15 purchase
Peach & Lily
$10 off your first $50 purchase
20% off your first purchase of $25
Wishtrend (based in Korea)
$5 off your first order
Discount Codes for Not Just New Customers
Soko Glam (I’m a fan of Son & Park’s Beauty Water): $10 off
Memebox: $10 off
Glow Recipe: $5 off
Deals to Check Out
KoreaDepart, longtime kbeauty power e-tailer based in Korea, has certain LJH products on sale. When I say on sale…I mean ON SALE. LJH Tea Tree 90 Essence is $12.73 + shipping. The Vita Propolis Ampoule is $10.31 + shipping. Vita Propolis Cream is $17.59 + shipping. Tea Tree sheet masks are 10 for $16.81 + shipping. All of these prices are current at the time of posting, but they will no doubt adjust if KoreaDepart receives lots of orders. The KD shipping table is a bit weird; it’s formatted in broad categories, so it makes sense to play cart calculus to avoid big jumps in your shipping price.
Memebox has some app-only deals that include a 150ml bottle of the fabulous La’dor low-pH shampoo for $2 (how even). The Mini La’dor haircare box is back and it’s $10 for 5 amazing hair products–I ordered three and the reviews from other shoppers are fantastic, from what I’ve seen. Kbeauty haircare can be a bit expensive because the really great products aren’t drugstore-cheap and only go higher when shipping is factored in; this is a great way to try some good stuff.
Global Interpark’s free shipping page is stillllllll the sickest deal on the block, especially when combined with the 10% discount code (PP-INT-10) for customers who pay with PayPal. The page was updated on Friday with new offerings that include the EXO Planet #2 Concert DVD set, Dr. Jart+ BB Cream, and History of Whoo sets. UPDATE: I just learned that Global Interpark does not ship items over 1kg on the free shipping page to the U.S.–thank you to Ellina for this tip!
11ST, a Korea-based shopping site that only uses (pricey) EMS shipping is currently offering a 20,000 won-off EMS shipping coupon with a 50,000 won purchase. See my post on Facebook for more about 11ST, how to shop there effectively, and what to expect. I placed a haul order with 11ST a few days ago and the coupon worked great–I’ll post my photos on Instagram once it arrived.
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