Free pumpkins, 20% off kids bikes, Star Wars ticket deals, 25% off wine, free Gourmet Society trial, Sky Sports pass offer, Morrisons 3% boost and more.
Andy’s back with eight top deals to save you money. From free pumpkins at the supermarket to cheap ways to book for the new Star Wars movie the cinema, these offers can’t be missed.
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Advance tickets are now on sale for the final movie in the Star Wars saga, and if you’re keen to book your seats before the first showings sell out I’ve a few deals that’ll help you pay less.
Pick up a pumpkin and you’ll get £2 back from the TopCashback app. I nabbed a medium one from Waitrose for £2 so my pumpkin was free.
This top deal is back at three of the major supermarkets. Buy at least six bottles and you’ll save 25%. It’s a good opportunity to stock up for Christmas, though if you have Nectar points I’d wait until the Double Up event in November (more on this next week).
If a bike is at the top of your kid’s Christmas list then it’s worth checking the prices at Halfords. There’s a promotion on right now which gives 20% off all children’s bikes, and there’s a guarantee that if the price drops before Christmas Eve (such as in the Black Friday sales), you’ll get the extra discount refunded as a gift card.
Like Tastecard, Gourmet Society gives you discounts at restaurants and cinemas. The difference is most of the time you’re getting 25% off the entire bill – so that includes drinks and sides. This could work out better value so this trial could be an opportunity to try it out.
Until Sunday new and existing NOW TV customers can get a month of Sky Sports for £20, saving £14. Watch out though as it’ll renew at full price.
I wrote last month about a hack to boost your supermarket spending power through Christmas saving cards. The Morrisons scheme ends next week, so if you want to buy some stamps, you haven’t got long. The bonus isn’t as good as at other supermarkets, with the most you’ll get added to your money just 3%. But if you’re going to shop in Morrisons before Christmas it’s worth a look.
ITV and the BBC have launched a new subscription service at £5.99 a month to access much of its back catalogue. If you want to try it out, there’s currently a free 30-day trial. However, it’s not the full version right now and I found the selection quite disappointing. Personally I’d wait until there’s more on there.
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