Netting a Bargain: 15% off Spotify Premium; £20 off Amazon Echo Dot; KFC discount; 40% or 50% off Snapfish photobooks
Jonathan Campbell rounds up the best deals on the web and the high street
- UNTIL January 13 you can get 15 per cent off a £30 Spotify Premium gift card at Tesco. The card gives you three months' worth of the ad-free service.
- Amazon is selling its third-generation Echo Dot smart speaker for £29.99 instead of the usual £49.99. Order or find out more at www.amazon.co.uk. Buy an Echo and get 90 days' free Amazon Music Unlimited, with access to 50 million songs, ad free. You'll receive an email with instructions after making your purchase. After the free period your subscription will automatically renew at £9.99 (or £7.99 for Prime members) per month unless cancelled. You can't avail of this offer if you are already using a free Amazon Music Unlimited trial, are a paying customer or have ever been either of those.
- Join KFC's Colonel's Club loyalty scheme free and until January 27 you can get £3 off a six-piece chicken bargain bucket, taking it down from £10.49 to £7.49.
- Snapfish has 40 per cent off photobooks or 50 per cent off when you spend £50 or more on them. Use the code WSBK119 at www.snapfish.co.uk by January 13.
- Currys PC World has reduced the Acer ED242QRwi 24in full-HD curved LCD monitor from £149 to £99. It's the white version. Search for item 224620 at www.currys.co.uk or use the quick link https://tinyurl.com/y9u56ua7.
- Here's an item that might not be the same price by the time you read this but either way, it illustrates a point about bargain hunting online. At the time of writing, the SanDisk Ultra 400GB micro SDXC memory card costs £132.99 on www.amazon.co.uk - but buy from the Amazon Germany site and you'll save about £50, depending on your credit card foreign transaction fee. Check it out at https://www.amazon.de/dp/B074RNRM2B. The site can be viewed in English if you click on the 'DE' below the search box and change it to 'EN'. The same principle of shopping around applies across the Amazon sites www.amazon.fr, www.amazon.es and www.amazon.it so take a look on each of them before placing an order, especially for electronics. In my experience, orders are hassle-free with similar delivery times.
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.