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
Click the links for full details, links and codes.
Club Lloyds: £125 switch offer
There’s a new switching offer from Lloyds, and this time you might be eligible for the cash even if you’ve had it before! I’ve shared details of who can get the switching bonus and how.
Revolut: New £10 welcome offer
If you’ve not already got a Revolut account you can nab £10 via this welcome deal. Here’s more.
TopCashback: £15 welcome bonus
Finally, the £15 signup deal from TopCashback is back. This cannot be beaten elsewhere. You will need to be new to TCB and spend £15 via the site (at anyone from Asos to Zavvi). Here’s more.
Amazon: £10 back via Barclaycard
Barclaycard holders who use it to buy something worth £10 or more on Amazon will get £10 credit added to their account. More here.
BT Sport: Free Champions League final
Once again BT Sport is showing all the European cup finals for free, with the Europa Conference match taking place next Wednesday, followed by Liverpool vs Real Madrid in the Champions League on Friday 27 May. Here’s more.
Theatre: 50% off Theatre Tokens / £25 sale
On my theatre deals page I’ve details of the postponed O2 Priority offer on half-price Theatre Tokens (back on Monday) and a £25 seat offer from TodayTix.
Gift cards: 20% off via Monese
This offer is almost over but worth a look if you have a Monese current account. There’s potentially still 20% off £50 or £100 gift cards.
MUBI: Four months for £4
Head to streaming site MUBI to get four months for £4.
Eurostar: More £78 returns
You can now book into September for £39 one-way fares to Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Rotterdam. More here.