Netting a Bargain: KFC 2-for-1 with Walkers crisps; Britbox free with EE; £5 Amazon freebie with Gap

Jonathan Campbell rounds up the best deals on the web and the high street

EE customers get six months of Britbox free

- BUY a promotional pack of Walkers KFC crisps and get two meals for the price of one. The freebie applies to KFC's 'meals for one' and is available on packs of Walkers MAX Kentucky Fried Chicken or Zinger flavour. You will save at least £4.25 off your bill but you can't redeem the offer against deliveries or orders placed on digital kiosks, or against upgrades such as 'go large'. The promotion will run until 11.59pm on July 31. For full terms and conditions go to

- EE pay monthly costomers get six months of the video streaming service BritBox free. The data you use to watch it doesn't come off your monthly allowance either. After six months is up, the service costs £5.99 a month and you can cancel at any time. Text BRITBOX from your EE phone to 150 to start streaming. The offer is available to new and existing consumer 4G and 5G customers on a pay monthly phone, 12-month SIM-only plan or with a tablet on a 4GEE Wi-Fi price plan.

- Spend £50 or more at Gap via and get a free £5 Amazon voucher. The offer is available until 11.59pm on Sunday January 17.

- Streaming site Chili has 50 off a selection of films to rent or buy until 11.59pm on Sunday January 17. Use the code CHILI17 at First-time users get 50 per cent off their first rental too.

- American Express cardholders should check the offers section of their online accounts, as often there are deals that give a significant discount. They vary from customer to customer but the latest include £10 off every £30 you spend on Hearst Magazines until January 24, £100 off a £750 spend at Dell until January 31 and £5 off a £20 spend at Holland & Barrett until February 28.

Details accurate at time of going to print. Offers subject to availability and may be affected by delivery restrictions imposed by retailers. 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.

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