Deals of the Week 12th September 2019

Andy’s back with savings on iPhones, The Handmaid’s Tale sequel, free Amazon credit and more.

The big news this week was the unveiling of some very expensive new iPhones. We also had the long-awaited new book from Margaret Atwood, plus news of a price increase for NOW TV. Watch or listen below for more on these and other deais.

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Ways to save money on the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro

The latest Apple iPhones can be preordered from the 13th September. They cost a lot of money, so here’s how you can make sure you don’t spend over the odds.

Cheapest way to get Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments

I’m a big fan of The Handmaid’s Tale, so I’ve been eagerly awaiting for this sequel. Its cover price is £20, but I’ve found how you can get it on the high street for £10, or online for £8.30. There’s even the potential for you to get it free if you’ve never used a cashback site before.

A potential £16 in free Amazon credit

There are currently three different offers which could get you free Amazon credit. The first ends on Sunday, and it’s for Amazon Prime members who haven’t streamed any TV or films yet. Do this to get a £5 off £20 spend voucher. The next two involved buying gift cards or topping up your account. If you’re eligible you could get a £5 voucher and £6 credit.

Another £150 bank switching offer

Following hot on the heals of RBS announcing a £150 offer last week, you can get the same deal if you switch to Natwest. Once more that includes existing as well as new customers. Sadly you can only take advantage of one of these switches.

Beat the NOW TV Entertainment pass price increase

In just under a month, the price of a month of channels such as Sky Atlantic and Sky One will go up by a quid. Yes it’s not much, and it’s still cheaper than getting Sky TV, but there are ways to save now, including a two-month gift card for a tenner. Here are all the latest NOW TV deals


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