This week I’ve got ways for you to save on Spotify, Uber Eats, Fire TV Sticks and at Habitat. Plus a possible £250 tax break if you’re married, £10 off craft beer and how to watch live Nascar racing for free.
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This week’s offers
If you’re new to either premium music service then you can now claim a three month free trial. Previous subscribers might also be able to get three months for the price of one. Here’s how to get them and other music streaming deals.
For the next few weeks O2 customers can claim £10 off a takeaway each Friday. There’s a minimum spend of £12 before delivery. Here’s more on the deal.
This tax break is worth £250 this year, and potentially just under £1,200 when backdating a claim for another four years.
However it won’t be for everyone – for a start you need to be married or in a civil partnership. Plus there are restrictions based on income.
Furniture store Habitat is running a 25% off everything promotion from today until Monday. Seeing as it’s a Bank Holiday on Monday there’s a chance we’ll see more promotions over the weekend. I’ll share any I hear about on Friday’s Deals of the Week on Instagram
First time users of online bottle shop Honest Brew can get £10 off an order of craft beer, and there’s a similar deal at Beer52. Here’s how to get your discount.
If you read my guide to watching gigs at home and like the idea, then here’s a host of top shows I’ve found.
If you’re getting fed up with box set after box set, then my latest rundown of some of the cheap and free films, TV shows, theatre productions and music sets you can watch from home over the next seven days.
This week it includes the return of live Nascar motor racing (for free!), Gillian Anderson and Vanessa Kirby in classic theatre, Radio 1’s virtual festival, how to “visit” the Grand Canyon and more.
If you’re in need of a streaming stick to make your dumb TV into a smart TV, then there’s currently £15 off Amazon’s Fire Stick. It’s been price matched elsewhere too if you want to avoid buying from Amazon itself.