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
Santander: £50 ISA transfer bonus
Open up a fixed term ISA from Santander and transfer across £10,000 or more and you’ll get a £50 e-voucher bonus. The rates are all table-topping too right now. Here’s more.
Days out: Free entry with Lotto ticket
This weekend is the last chance to get free or discounted entry to lots of UK attractions with a Lotto ticket or scratchcard. More here.
Paramount+: 30 days free
If you want to watch the new season of Yellowjackets you’ll need to sign up for Paramount+. Here’s a code for a 30 day free trial. More here.
Chromecast: Up to 29% off
This streaming device from Google is reduced at a number of retailers, with the HD version at £25 and the 4K model at £40. More here.
YouGov Finance: £50 for connecting bank accounts
This offer is still running, but you’re now limited to adding ten accounts at most – but do that and you’ll be able to cashout £50. More here.
Kindle: £3 credit when you spend £10
Buy e-books at Amazon this week and you’ll get credit back to buy more. More here.
Go to festivals for free
If you’re not sure you can afford to go to a festival this summer, then volunteering might be the answer. You can get free tickets in exchange for a few shifts at the likes of Reading, All Points East, British Summer Time and Rewind. Here’s how to apply.
Regular saver, fixed rate and ISA changes
The best regular saver that doesn’t require a current account is now Halifax with a rate of 5.5%.
Elsewhere there has also been a lot of movement in fixed accounts with Sharia provider Al Rayan offering 4.5% on a one year, and Cynergy not far behind on 4.45%.
Monzo has increased easy access to 3.2% and Chase will move to 3.1% next month, but neither are still not as good as Chip’s 3.4%
Sadly the best ISA rates from Virgin Money and Barclays have been pulled, but others have boosted rates including Cynergy and Santander.