My pick of the best offers and savings.
Every week I spend hours looking at discounts and deals to pick the good from the bad. I’ll only share ones which I think are worth considering – but remember you’re only saving money if you’re buying something you need and can afford.
Don’t forget to check out my Clever Cash Deals Instagram account. This is where I’ll share any flash offers that will have come and gone by the time this roundup is published.
This week’s deals
Natwest/RBS: Digital Saver hiked to 3.82%
If you have a current account with Natwest or RBS (or both), the monthly saver rate is moving to 3.82% from Monday. You’ll earn it in balances up to £1,000, though there’s a £150 monthly deposit cap. Here’s more.
American Express: Gold to Platinum upgrade offers
If you have a Gold charge or credit card from Amex, there are a couple of deals right now that will earn you 20,000 to 40,000 bonus points if you upgrade to the Platinum card.
Do that and you’ll get access to £150 a year UK dining credit and £100 Harvey Nicks credit. But the fee is huge. Here’s more.
Disney+: £1.99 for a month
From today you can get one month of Disney+ for just £1.99 if you’re a new or returning customer. It’s to celebrate Disney+ Day. More here.
TopCashback: £15 welcome offer returns
I’ve blagged this increased deal for new TopCashback customers, earning you £15 when you sign up and shop via the site. More here.
Theatre: £15 to £45 sale extended
Bookings via the London Theatre Week has been extended until Monday. Prices are at £15, £25, £35 and £45 and you can book throughout the Autumn.
There are a lot of shows, but I spotted the immersive dance production The Burnt City is available for £35, which I think is a great price to experience the whole setup (rather than the full whack of £90 I paid – which was totally not worth it). Here’s more.
Spotify: Three months for one ends
If you’ve previously had Spotify Premium then check your account as you’ve only got until Sunday to rejoin for three months but pay just £9.99. More here.
How to get an NUS student discount card, even when you’re not a student
If you’re a graduate, or managed to use a (sadly closed) loophole to get a Totum student card in the past, you might be able to get your hands on an alumni card.
This’ll give you access to some great discounts, including 10% off at Co-op and the Apple education prices.
Amazon Prime: Price hike next week
Don’t forget that the Prime membership will increase from £7.99 to £8.99 a month from next Thursday, and the annual price changes from £79 to £95.
Personally I’d say you’re more likely to save money only paying for months you use it, rather than pay upfront. But if you are adamant you can’t go without, this is your chance to save. Here’s more.