Netting a Bargain: Gap, New Look, Odeon, Reebok Outlet, Pizza Express
Jonathan Campbell rounds up the best deals on the web and the high street
- UNTIL March 31 selected gift cards have 20 per cent off in store at Tesco. They are the £25 Gap, New Look and Odeon ones, on offer for £20.
- The Reebok Outlet site www.reebok.co.uk/outlet already has up to 50 per cent off more than 1,500 items but you can get an extra 20 per cent discount with the code EXTRA20. At the time of going to print, these Rush Runner boys' trainers were half price at £12.48. There's free delivery when you spend £50 or more. Sign up to the mailing list and get another 15 per cent off next time too.
- Snapfish is having a prints sale until March 31 with discounts of up to 50 per cent. Use the code PIC319 to get 150 or more 6x4in prints for 5p each (usually 10p each) or up to 149 prints for 7p each. Photo blankets are half price (down from £59.99 to £29.99) using the code BLANKET319, also valid until March 31. Order at www.snapfish.co.uk.
- Students get 30 per cent off all food and drink at Pizza Express from Sunday to Thursday. Just show your TOTUM powered by NUS card or download the UNIDAYS app and show the discount code when asking for the bill. Check for other great deals at https://www.pizzaexpress.com/offers.
- Boots opticians are giving 50 per cent off all prescription sunglasses until April 23 when you use a voucher from the www.boots.com mailing list. Sign up on the site. You need a valid prescription to avail of the offer.
- Superdry has a sale on with up to 50 per cent off until April 7. Stock levels may vary by the time you read this but at the time of writing, a highlight was the Polar Team Sport Trakker Jacket, down from £99.99 to £50. Order at www.superdry.com.
- Are you a Spotify Premium for Family subscriber or have you been considering signing up? If so, you can claim a free Google Home Mini with an RRP of £49. For more details go to www.spotify.com/uk/family. The offer is valid until May 14.
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.