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Actived: Thursday Oct 22, 2020
Extreme couponing – how to make the most out of vouchers
Making the most out of coupons. The general idea of extreme couponing is to collect as many vouchers as possible – from newspapers, magazine and online – and combining them where possible with in-store discounts, multi-buys or loyalty schemes to get huge discounts. They always give me the money off your next shop voucher at the end
Where to find over-60s discounts – Which? News
It costs £30 a year and enables you to get a third off standard and first class anytime, off-peak and advance fares. The card also offers discounts on days out, theatre and lifestyle treats. If you prefer to travel by coach National Express offers a Senior Coachcard for people aged 60 or over. It costs £12.50 a year plus £2.50 postage and
Free things to claim on your birthday – Which? News
Get 15% off Topman. For 15% off your birthday shop at Topman, simply register for the online newsletter. There’s no minimum spend but the offer won’t be valid with any other deals or to buy a gift card. Get 10% off at Oasis. Registering for the Oasis newsletter will get you 10% off online or in-store on your birthday.
Surprised by Sainsbury’s silly ‘1p off’ slip up? Nope
It’s come under fire after offering some lucky customers 1p off their next shop. The move prompted a Facebook campaign about the ridiculousness of the deal. Sainsbury’s told trade magazine The Grocer that the coupons were allocated at random with the possibility of up to £100 off. It added that, after customer feedback, it would now be
Can the Lidl Plus app save you money? – Which? News
You will also save through activating coupons that offer roughly 10-20% off certain items. However, you’ll have to buy in bulk to see real savings. Our researcher got 40p off each £1.99 bottle of laundry detergent and bought five bottles to make the most of the deal.
Are loyalty cards really worth having? – Which? Conversation
20% off ice cream – already have more than enough in the freezer awaiting better weather 20% off Colin the caterpillar sweets – not even on our wish list. Plus a “bonus” offer of 50p off some smoothies, but I can’t get this at our nearby BP station unlike the first five offers [subject to availability].
Has an airline offered you a voucher instead of a refund
Now the vast majority of flights to and from the UK have been cancelled, passengers are entitled to refunds if their flight was with an EU carrier or their flight was within the EU.. You don’t have to accept a voucher or a change of date if you don’t want to. This comes directly from the Denied Boarding EU Regulation (Regulation 261/2004 EC).. The regulation states:
Does it pay to get things for free? – Which? Conversation
The survey found that 90% of adults used discount routes such as money-off vouchers, with eating out, holidays and flights being the three areas where we’re most likely to use discounts. With prices on almost all everyday essentials heading north, the call of the coupon or voucher code is louder than ever – but is this really a good thing?