Netting a Bargain: 25% off Tesco wine, £12 off Sainsbury's, Smyths offer to Toys R Us loyalty card holders
Jonathan Campbell rounds up the best deals on the web and the high street
- UNTIL April 3 Tesco is giving 25 per cent off wine (including champagne) when you buy six or more bottles.
- Get £12 off a www.sainsburys.co.uk grocery order when you spend £60 or more using the code AFFPHMAR. The code is valid until April 11 and is for new customers only.
- Toys R Us has gone but if you had its gold loyalty card, you can get 20 per cent off a single purchase at Smyths Toys until March 31. Hand the card in at the till to get the discount. The offer is pitched at customers who missed out on the chance to redeem Toys R Us points when the company went under - but the terms and conditions don’t say you must have points on your card. Exclusions apply, most notably on gift cards and certain high-value items. Find out more by clicking on the banner on the homepage www.smythstoys.com or go straight to https://tinyurl.com/y7z7zt44.
- Until April 1, buy an Apple App Store or iTunes gift card at Tesco and get a 15 per cent bonus. The card must be redeemed by April 15. The bonus is valid only on the £30 pack of three £10 cards and the £50 and £100 cards, as well as digital gift cards from £25 to £100. More details at https://www.giftcards.tesco.com.
- Royal Mail is raising the cost of its stamps on March 26 but there’s a simple way to beat the hike. Stock up on the ones with no face value (instead marked ‘1st’ or ‘2nd’) before the increase takes effect. A first-class standard letter stamp is going up from 65p to 67p, whereas the second-class equivalent jumps from 56p to 58p. A couple of pennies might not seem like much but they equate to 3 per cent and 3.6 per cent respectively.
- Until 11.59pm on March 26, www.amazon.co.uk has 20 per cent off selected open-box and pre-owned products from its Warehouse section. The discount will be applied automatically at the checkout. Full terms and conditions at https://tinyurl.com/yclevybt.
Details accurate at time of going to print. Offers subject to availability. If you see a TinyURL link in this article, it’s just a convenient way of redirecting you to a web page that would otherwise have a long address.