Netting a Bargain: Amazon free £6 when you top up £50; £5 off £30 at The Body Shop; 40% off Google Stadia Premiere with controller and Chromecast Ultra

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

Get a bonus £6 when you top up your Amazon balance by £50
Jonathan Campbell

- NEVER used the 'top-up balance' feature at Then you can get a £6 bonus when you top up with £50 or more. To qualify, you must not have used the top-up feature within the past 36 months but you must have made a purchase from Amazon within the past 12 months. Use the offer at It ends on May 31.

- Want to do some online gaming but without investing in a pricey (or hard-to-get-hold-of) console? The Google Stadia Premiere Edition with controller and Chromecast Ultra normally costs £89.99 but until 9am on Tuesday March 23 it's reduced to £53.99 at the Google Store. Normally the controller on its own costs £59. Find out more at

- Get £5 off and free delivery when you spend £30 or more at The Body Shop using the code 21802. The offer is valid until 9am on April 12.

- Get an exclusive 30 per cent off full-price items at when you go via You can also get 20 per cent off the Adidas Outlet site. Both offers are valid until March 31.

- Get 10 per cent off at when you go via The discount applies until 11.59pm on Sunday March 21 and excludes sale items.

- Another exclusive: £20 off orders over £80 at Evans boutique but be quick, as the offer ends at 11.59pm on Saturday March 20.

- NHS workers who use the EE mobile phone network on a pay-monthly plan can get unlimited data until June. Go to and fill in your NHS email address to claim your free data boost.

- The McDonald's app is rumoured to offer £5 off a £15 spend on Sunday March 21. This is based on a posting on a website that is usually pretty reliable but it could still be a mistake or could be valid in certain areas only - so check before making a special journey.

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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