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
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Railcard: 40% off via Three
If you are with Three (or follow this hack) you can get 40% off 1-year digital railcards via Trainline. It’s first-come, first-served so it might not last until the end date of 28 February 2022. More here on the Three+ loyalty app.
Apple TV+: Up to 5 months free
If you’re thinking of ditching Disney+ (or other streaming services) then I’d recommend giving Apple TV+ a go. I’ve just watched The Morning Show and Mythic Quest and just started the second season of Ted Lasso. All really good – and you can easily get 3 months free, and maybe another 5 on top. More here.
Nationwide: £125 x 3 switching offer
If you’ve got a significant other, then between you there’s up to £375 available in switching bonuses from Nationwide. There’s up to £125 if you each switch into a personal Nationwide account (new or existing), and another £125 for switching into a joint account. More here.
Brewdog: 4 cans of Hazy Jane for £1.95
New members of the free Brewdog loyalty scheme can claim four cans of Hazy Jane IPA for the cost of postage – just under £2. Here’s more.
Cineworld: 50% off first month and free Tastecard
Just Eat: 25% off via Vodafone
If you’re with Vodafone (or if you follow my hack you can get 25% of Just Eat orders each week for the next month. Here’s more.
M&S: Possible Sparks freebie
I randomly checked my Sparks app this week and spotted I could claim a free pack of Percy Pigs. It probably won’t be for everyone, and if you do have an offer it might well be something different – but it’s worth a look. Here’s more on Sparks.