From Saturday and running until Sunday 20th December American Express card holders can get £5 back when they spend £10 at participating small retailers. There’s a cap of £50 back per card. More on how it works in my guide.
Until the 6th Nectar cardholders who’ve connected their account to eBay can get 20% off. It’s at selected retailers, but includes Office, Currys and The Entertainer.
This popular Christmas gift set has been reduced at Boots. For £30 you get £81.50 worth of beauty products. They tend to go quick!
Though I’m avoiding Amazon I know many of you will be regular users, so this is a good way to get a free tenner.
The smart card Curve is giving customers £10 in rewards if they spend £100 at Amazon in the next fortnight. That can be across a single or multiple transactions. It can even be a gift card or top-up if there’s nothing you need right now.
Plus if you’re new to Curve then there’s a code to get £5 when you sign up.
Brew By Numbers is a decent craft beer company based out of Bermondsey and Groupon is offering 50% off its monthly beer subscription, making it £19. For a dozen beers, that’s decent value. But you can get it cheaper still!
You can stack this with a Groupon code offering up to 30% off. When I used it I was offered 15% off – you might get higher.
Remember it’s a subscription so you’ll need to cancel if you don’t want to pay full price in subsequent months.
Buy a real Xmas tree from Ikea for £29 and you’ll get a £20 voucher to use in January and February. As long as you’d normally spend £20 at Ikea that effectively makes it a £9 tree.