Thomas And Friends Discount Code: 20% Off Personalised Christmas Books

26 October 2010

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Here's a Thomas and Friends discount code for you that will whip 20% off the price of a personalised Thomas and Friends Christmas story book.

  • Discount: 20%
  • Minimum Spend: £0.00
  • Promotional Code: U10-OCTPOD (Expired)
  • Expiry: 15/12/2010

Click HERE to personalise your own Thomas and Friends book

I’ve been down the personalised book route before and, to be honest, they’ve been a bit naff – not very good quality and the stories haven’t been that great.   There’s certainly no need to worry about that this time!

This time, your little one (and mine, I've just ordered one...this is the downside to finding great deals *sigh*) and Thomas are the stars of the story, helping to find Father Christmas who has got lost on Sodor in the middle of a snowstorm!

The order process is very simple:

  • enter your child's name as you'd like it to appear in the book
  • choose a friend's name
  • select character features for your child's character so that they actually look like themselves (well as close to as possibly anyway)

There are two formats to choose from too

library format - which is the same size as the normal Thomas and Friends story books for £7.99

gift book format - which is bigger and costs £10.99

Personally, I like the idea of my personalised Thomas and Friends story book fitting in with all the other ones.

There is free delivery on all personalised books too and you MUST order before 15 December if you want delivery before Christmas, which you do...right?

Don't forget to add the discount too, otherwise you'll end up paying full price!

Thanks to lyates080 over at HUKD!

2 comments

  • Julie
    Hi there, I'm just ordering some personalised books from Egmont website, and have tried typing in the above discount code but it doesn't seem to be working. Please could you advise if you know of any other codes that may be valid? Many Thanks
  • Emma K.
    Hi Julie. Sometimes a site will pull a voucher code earlier than advertised, nothing we can do about this I am afraid :)

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