- GOCOMPARE is offering a free £35 Amazon gift card and £250 free excess cover when you take out car insurance using the special link at www.hotukdeals.com. It's valid until November 1. Just enter ‘GoCompare’ in the site’s search bar.
- Order a footlong sub using the Subway app and get a second free. The offer is valid until Sunday November 1.
- Caffe Nero is offering double loyalty stamps via its app until close of business on Sunday October 25. Stamps are available on every hot drink you buy in store and each coffee bag or box of 10 capsules you buy online (so a pack of 60 capsules means a fully stamped card).
- Get 15 per cent off Just Eat when you download and use the app by 11.59pm on Sunday October 25.
- John Lewis is offering up to £40 off Lego. Spend £85 on Lego and save £10 using the code 10LEGO, get £25 off a £150 spend with 25LEGO or use 40LEGO to save £40 if spending £200 or more. Browse the selection at www.johnlewis.com. No end date is specified on the site.
- Converse is having a sale with up to 50 per cent off but www.hotukdeals.com has an exclusive code to bag you a further 15 per cent off. Just type 'Converse' in the site's search bar to find the thread about the code. Join the Converse mailing list and get 20 per cent off your next purchase of full-price items too.
- The www.shopdisney.co.uk site has its large soft toys for half price (now £20). No end date for the offer is specified on the site.
- Get 25 per cent off selected lines at www.theworks.co.uk using the code FFXMAS25 until November 15. Exclusions apply so don’t expect to combine this discount with multi-buys and already reduced items.
- Video streaming site https://uk.chili.com is offering up to three movie rentals or purchases for half price until 11.59pm on Sunday October 25. Check out the eligible titles on the site, then select 'up to three films with 50 per cent off' at the checkout stage. The promo selection includes Primal, Long Shot and John Wick 3.
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.