Netting a Bargain: Snap up some photo offers
Jonathan Campbell rounds up the best deals on the web and the high street
:: FANCY getting Photoshop to edit your pictures but don't need the expensive full version of the software? Photoshop Elements 14 normally costs about £75 for PC or Mac but until 11.59pm this Friday, Amazon Prime members can get it for just £36.99 with the video-editing package Premiere Elements 14 thrown in too. Read more about the offer at http://tinyurl.com/h4odt2a. Not a Prime member? You can sign up for a free trial at www.amazon.co.uk but make sure to cancel it before the subscription cost kicks in.
:: Consumer site www.moneysavingexpert.com has arranged a deal with Snapfish for 75 free 6x4in photo prints (you just pay £1.99 postage). It's valid until June 30 but is unavailable in the Republic. Each customer can avail of the offer only once. Use the special link http://promo.snapfish.co.uk/mseprints0416/uk-com-pof-mseprints04116.
:: UniDays student card holders can get two hot drinks for the price of one at McDonald's for a limited period. The offer is valid on toffee latte, hot chocolate, mocha, espresso, cappuccino, latte, white coffee, black coffee and tea. Find out more at www.myunidays.com/perks/view/mccafe/in-store.
:: Until Sunday, selected Starbucks cafes will be selling its frappuccinos for half price between 3pm and 5pm daily. Starbucks Rewards cardholders can benefit from the reduction until cafes close. Not all branches will be participating in the promotion so check before you order (or call customer services on 020 8834 5000 before you turn up).
:: This final tip is unverified so just treat it as a heads-up. The PlayPennies site claims to know when Sainsbury's is planning its 25 per cent off Tu clothing promotions for the next few months. The next one is rumoured to start in the next week or so. Read more about it at http://tinyurl.com/jcyv46q. Picture: Tu at Sainsbury's.
:: 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.