Andy’s deals of the week – 24th April 2020

More deals and offers to save you money.

This week I’ve ways to save on the new iPhone SE, what’s inside the emergency food box from Aldi, how to get a free £50 from TSB and the top cheap home entertainment offers (including free stand-up comedy, discounted The Rise of Skywalker and free theatre).

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More on this week’s deals

Save on the new iPhone SE

The new “budget” iPhone launches on Friday, starting at £419. As always upgrading via your network will likely cost you more than buying it outright.

Here are the best ways to save, including £10 cashback on pre-orders and where to get 0% finance over 24 months.

Aldi launches food box

Following on from similar emergency food boxes from M&S and Morrisons, Aldi is now selling a £25 parcel full of essentials if you can’t get to the shops. Here’s what to expect.

Free £50 from TSB & Quidco

With most of the bonuses for switching bank paused or cancelled due to the pandemic, there’s only one free cash offer still going.

You’ll need to go to Quidco and then open a TSB current account to get your hands on a £50 reward. There are terms and conditions attached so make sure you read them.

30 days free stand-up comedy streaming

The NextUp website has a variety of offers for you to watch new and classic stand-up sets from famous comedians (eg Ed Byrne) as well as up-and-coming acts.

You can get a 7-day free trial, but Amazon Prime members can get a longer 30-days. And existing users can get 50% off a month. Here’s more on each of those offers.

Cheap Night In picks

Here’s my latest rundown of some of the cheap and free films, TV shows, theatre productions and music sets you can watch from home this weekend.

This week it includes the cheapest way to rent Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, how to stream Yellow Submarine for free, where to watch live darts and an update on the free theatre and musicals.


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