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If like me you wish you could make more informed decisions when shopping on how your purchase will affect the wider world – from cllimate change to human rights – then I’d really recommend Ethical Consumer magazine, and here’s an offer for you to get one issue for free.
Sticking with the theme, the New Look / Hospice UK partnership has been extended until the end of March. Take a back of clothes into a participating hospice charity shop and you’ll get a 20% off voucher for New Look.
There are similar schemes at H&M and M&S too.
The new Disney streaming service starts next month and as an introductory offer you can save £10 when you sign up for a year.
Vodafone customers (or anyone who tops up a PAYG SIM with £10) can get a free Cinema and Entertainment pass for NOW TV. If you miss out, or don’t have Vodafone, there are deals to get month passes for as little as £2.99.
The TSB refer a friend promotion where you both get £100 ends on Friday 28th February, so find out ASAP if you have a friend who can get you a link.
Alternatively RBS has announced a new £175 offer. This is open to existing RBS customers who switch another account in as long as you haven’t had a bonus since October 2017 from either Natwest or RBS.
If you spend £200 in John Lewis on beauty or fashion you can claim a £30 JL gift card. You need to be a member of the My John Lewis scheme, but that’s free to join.
This weekend there’s another Boots Advantage card event. For every £60 you spend you’ll get £10 of points added to your card. It’s online only. It includes the normal cosmetics and toiletries as well as tech such as FitBits and Dyson hairdryers.
Until the 8th March you can book discounted West End tickets for performances over the next few months. It includes shows like Endgame with Daniel Radcliffe and musicals like The Book of Mormon. Prices are either £15, £25 or £35.