Andy’s deals of the week – 30th January 2020

Save at Boots, NOW TV, Le Creuset and more in this week’s deals round-up.

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This week’s top deals

Boots sale, Advantage points boost and 20% student discount

A load of offers at Boots. From today until Monday you can get £10 of Advantage points for every £50 you spend, then tomorrow the up to 70% off sale begins. And if you have a student ID you can get 20% off next Wednesday and Thursday.

Three months NOW TV & streaming stick for £50

This offer for 50% off a pass and stick bundle ends Friday. You should be able to buy multiple bundles to stack up your discounted prices.

50%(ish) off Le Creuset

If you’ve been on the lookout for Le Creuset cast-iron casserole dishes then there are currently some big discounts at Amazon. It’s only for a “Navy” colour in three sizes – 20cm, 24cm and 26cm shallow. They’re still expensive at over £100 each, but It’s rare to save as much at the 44% to 50% here.

Free wine and chocs via Vodafone rewards

If you have a Vodafone contract you can currently get a free bottle of wine from Majestic and free chocs from Thorntons, as well as two Vue tickets for £7. If you aren’t with Vodafone there is a trick to get access for six weeks for £10.

Easter Egg offers

Easter might not be until 12th April, but already the shops are full of chocolate eggs. I think a lot of the time this is just so they can claim higher selling prices when they start putting the eggs on offer – which has already started! Tesco is selling a small selection of medium sized eggs at 50% off, reducing them from £1.50 to 75p. You can get Aero, Smarties, Kit Kat and Rolo eggs in the offer.

Apple TV+ reminder

If you bought an Apple device between 10th September and 1st November 2019 then you were eligible to claim a year’s free Apple TV – as long as you claim it before the end of January. If you bought something after the 1st then you have three months to claim, so don’t miss out.

Art Pass trial for £15 – LAST CHANCE

Until 31st January you can pick up a National Art Pass for three months rather than the usual 12. It’ll cost £15 so I think it’s a great chance to check out some exhibits for free or half-price.


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