The Twelve Days of Christmas Deals
In the Tudor period, Christmas Day was actually just the beginning of the Festive season, and the celebrations would go on through New Year, and through the 6th of January, Twelfth Night. We're keeping the Twelve Days as well, and we've got our own celebrations with deals on everything in the shop.
Each coupon begins on the day specified, and lasts through the 7th of January.
December 25: Use code GIFTCARD for 15% off all gift cards, good for anything in the shop - and they make a perfect Last Minute gift!
December 26: Use code Elizabeth for 15% off all the patterns featuring Elizabeth I.
December 27: Use code PLANNER to receive FREE US Shipping on all Tudor Planners (we have a limited supply left, so make sure you order soon!)
December 28: Use code TrFrBess to receive 35% off when you subscribe to a full year of Treasures from Bess - a great deal if you already subscribe monthly, and know you want to continue!
December 29: Use code TudorCon to buy early bird tickets to the 2019 TudorCon (there are only a few days left to get the early bird price), and receive a boatload of bonuses: Two online video courses we did over the years - Pregnancy and Childbirth in Medieval and Tudor England, Kickass Women of Tudor England, the digital download of the Tudor Adult Activity Book, and an easy download of all three previous Tudor Summit videos (29 videos in total) all in one place!
December 30: Use code MQS to receive 15% off the brand new Mary Queen of Scots collection.
December 31: Use code LOVE to receive 15% off the popular Tudor Love design on necklaces, mugs, and Tshirts.
January 1: Use code JOURNAL to receive 15% off of all journals
January 2: Use code SUMMER to plan ahead and receive 15% off all beachwear
January 3: Use code BAGS to receive 15% off all purses and bags
January 4: Use code SHOES to receive 15% off all shoes
January 5: Use code ANNE to receive 15% off everything featuring the Anne Boleyn Portrait pattern
January 6: Use code UNICORN to receive 15% off everything featuring the Medieval Unicorn pattern