Andy’s deals of the week – 5th Feb 2021

Watch my latest video sharing the top deals from the last seven days. Plus keep reading for links to further information.

More on each deal

1. New Lidl Coupon Plus promo

If you shop regularly at Lidl then there’s a new loyalty offer worth knowing about.

Scan the Lidl Plus app when you shop and if you spend £100 in February you’ll get a £2 coupon back, and another £10 voucher if you spend £200. Here’s more on how it works

2. Valentines flower offers

It’s probably best to allow a little extra time if you’re ordering flowers this year. To help you save money (or more romantically, get more flowers for the amount you want to spend) I’ve had a look for some of the best offers.

It includes £5 free credit for existing Bloom and Wilde customers, and 50% off for new Freddie’s Flowers users.

3. Hack to earn double Nectar points until mid-April

This one is a little bid fiddly, but worth it if you shop at Sainsbury’s. If you’ve got enough Nectar points in your account then there’s a promo to earn you double points at Sainsbury’s for the next couple of months.

To get this you need to swap 1,600 Nectar to Avios before the 14th of February – but you can then swap them back to Nectar if you want. You’ll also earn an extra 320 Nectar points in the process. Here’s how it works.

4. Brewdog “Febrewery” sale

If you’re stocking up after Dry January, then there are some decent discounts in this Brewdog sale. Personally, I’d avoid the ones you can get at low prices in the supermarket and look at the online-only beers.

5. Premier League on TV in February 2021 – Cheapest ways to watch

All Premier League matches will once again be shown on TV this month so I’ve had a look at what passes you’ll need to follow your team. Plus a NOW TV Sky Sports month pass offer that ends on Monday.

6. Half-price Easter eggs at Tesco

Clubcard customers can get a selection of medium Easter eggs for £1 this week. That’s not bad value if you can avoid eating them now.

7.Six months free Tidal music streaming

If you’re looking to save money on streaming then new users can try Tidal for free for six months. Here’s how.


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