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40% off homewear this Cyber Monday at the Big Issue Shop

This Cyber Monday, grab great bargains on gifts and items for the home at the Big Issue Shop – and help good causes in the process

Black Friday Big Issue Shop homewear sale

Cyber Monday has arrived.

To mark the occasion, you could check retail sites all day in the vain hope of finding that fitness-tracking watch when the price drops for one hour only.

But there is another way. The Big Issue Shop is slashing prices with exclusive deals and massive discounts that will let you support great causes in the UK and across the globe, without feeling the pinch in your pockets.

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Homewear and gifts are the order of the day with a massive 40 per cent off the perfect items to kit out your home.

Studio 306’s mugs (below) and jewellery makes a perfect stocking filler – especially for 20 per cent off. The not-for-profit collective offers a creative space for people with mental illness, with the handmade products they make offering a therapeutic road to recovery.

Studio 306 mug

ARTHOUSE Meath also offer an artistic approach to helping men and women living with complex epilepsy, learning and physical difficulties. Their 70 artists work alongside instructors who enable groups or individuals to create artworks that are developed into designer products.

And the best of their bunch, including colourful tea towels (below) and scented candles, are on offer with a 10 per cent reduction for one day only.

ARTHOUSE Meath tea towel

Today is also the chance to complete your Big Issue magazine collection with 30 per cent off our back catalogue. Miss Street Cat Bob in Japan? Forget to catch the Southampton FC special edition? Didn’t collect all the Ben Eine-designed anniversary covers? This is your chance to get bang up-to-date.

Our 2020 Impact Report

The Big Issue has given more than £1 million support to Big Issue vendors struggling due to the lockdown restrictions. To mark the significant milestone, we have published an impact report, documenting the seismic shift the organisation has undergone in the past 12 months.

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