Andy’s deals of the week 15 January 2022

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.

Andy Webb's deals of the week

This week’s deals

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John Lewis: £20 back from £100 spend

If you’ve something you plan to buy at John Lewis then it’s worth going via Vouchercloud as there’s a £20 gift card on offer for spending over £100. Here’s more.

Theatre: West End sale extended

The annual New Year sale for West End shows, with tickets from £10, has been extended until the end of February. Productions available include Back to the Future, The Lion King and Cinderella. More here.

HSBC: £150 switching offer

As I mentioned a few weeks ago there’s a new switching offer from HSBC worth £150. I’ve taken a detailed look at how it works, plus whether you should choose this over the £130 First Direct offer (you can’t get both). Here’s more.

AirtimeRewards: £2 off £10 spend

Thje first 2,000 people to enter the code MARTIN this weekend will get a £2 bonus on a £10 spend. Ends Saturday 15 January 2022. More here.

Odeon: Five tickets for £25

The Groupon/Odeon deal is back, with either two tickets for £11 or five for £25 (more if it’s an Odeon Luxe cinema). And if you stack with a promo code you can knock even more off. More on this and other cinema deals here.

Magazines: Three for £3

You can pick up three copies of titles such as FourFourTwo, Total Film and Woman & Home for £1 an issue in this sale. More here.

Amex Platinum: £100 free Harvey Nichols credit

There’s an offer worth £100 a year at Harvey Nichols for Amex Platinum cardholders – though it’s not a reason to get the card as there’s a huge £525 annual fee. More here.

My top deals

Here are a few ongoing and recent offers you might have missed:

Banking offers

Cards and bills deals

Shopping vouchers and other deals

Entertainment deals

Food and drink offers

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