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Boots logo£1 Boots meal deal*Every Monday via app. Sandwich/fruit salad, snack & drink

Ongoing

Smartphone users can get a Boots meal deal every Monday from 10am to 3pm for £1 via the O2 Priority Moments app. Simply show the code from the app to staff at the checkout. 

O2 has been offering £1 Monday meal deals for other retailers including Domino’s Pizza and Upper Crust for more than a year, but the Boots £1 lunch only launched on Mon 29 Jun.

The Boots meal deal is normally £3.29 (£3.79 in London) and includes:

  • One main including: sandwich (norm up to £3.25ish each), sushi (norm £3ish), fruit salad (norm £2.50ish)
  • One snack including: crisps (norm up to £1.50ish), fruit (norm £1.50ish), small sushi (norm £1.30ish)
  • One drink including: Naked fruit smoothie (450ml, norm £2.50ish), Innocent super Smoothie (360ml, norm £2.35ish), Coca-cola (500ml, norm £1.35ish) 

Prices may vary in every store, but at the Boots nearest MSE Towers, we picked up a BLT, prawn mayo and chicken salad triple sandwich, Walkers sunbites crackers and dips and a Naked fruit smoothie. Individually it would cost £7.25, or £3.79 in the normal Boots meal deal, so £1 for the lot is a cracking saving.

How to get it

If you're on O2 and you haven't got the app already, you can download it for free from Apple's App Store, the Android Marketplace or Blackberry World. Open the app, search for 'Boots' and the offer should appear.

Once you redeem the offer, it'll give you a unique code which you need to show on your smartphone in store at Boots. The deal will only appear on your app on Mondays, so you will not see it on any other days. 

Warning: If you click accept you'll only have five minutes to redeem the offer, so make sure staff at the checkout are ready and know how to accept the offer before you tap 'Use it now'.

Not on O2? 

There's a sneaky way of getting Priority Moments offers even if you're not an O2 customer. It might be too late for you to get this deal, but you can get prepared for the next O2 Priority Moments freebie. See our O2 Priority Moments for EVERYONE! guide to find out how.

More info

Excludes airport stores. One per person, per day. You cannot pay for this deal with advantage card points.

Excludes 80g-300g confectionary bags, 90g-400g chocolate bars, multi-packs, gift confectionary, boxed chocolate and weight management products.

Morrisons logoMorrisons free petrol? Big spenders' extreme couponingBuy selected gift cards in-store, get 1p/L off fuel for every £10

Ongoing

This is an awesome bit of extreme couponing. It is fiddly and only works if you are already planning to make a big purchase at one of the 51 retailers included, such as PC World, Homebase and Currys.

As the discount's stackable, buy £50 of gift cards and you'd get 5p/litre off. But play it to the max (ie, buy £1,000+ of gift cards) and you could potentially get a free tank of petrol. See 'more info' below for details.

More info

How it works

Morrisons' Fuel Saver deal gives 1p/litre off petrol, diesel or LPG for every £10 of gift cards bought in-store.

There are 51 retailers to buy gift cards for, including Homebase, Debenhams, Currys, PC World, Next, House of Fraser, Halfords, and iTunes, plus new retailers TK Maxx, Oasis, Boots, Warehouse and Waterstones. The offer's ongoing, but doesn't include Morrisons' own gift cards.

If there's a large purchase you are going to make anyway - eg, £500 on a computer at PC World or a garden shed at Homebase - get it via buying the gift cards and you'll bag 50p/litre off.

If you bought £1,100 of gift cards, it'd effectively make a £1.10/litre tank FREE. Morrisons has also told us there's no limit per transaction on the gift cards, and you can split any amount above this into a second purchase to get a voucher for a second fill-up. Petrol vouchers are valid for 63 days from the issue date.

Use gift cards quickly

Gift cards are non-refundable, and it isn't a good idea to put money on the card to drip-spend over six months. Though most of those mentioned here are big, safe companies, if the firm goes bust you'll probably lose the cash, so ensure you minimise the time between buying and redemption.

It's also worth noting third party retailers (Morrisons in this case) don't have any responsibility to refund you if a gift card's retailer goes into administration. See the Beware gift vouchers MSE News story. Gift cards are generally valid for about two years, but always check.

Full terms on the Morrisons website. Find your nearest Morrisons.

Boots logoBoots 10 points (instead of 4) per £1 for over-60s*Join the free Boots Health Club

Age 60+
Boots Advantage cardholders aged 60 or over can get 10 Advantage Card points per £1 spent (usually 4 per £1) on Boots branded products by signing up to Boots Health Club*.

Once registered, you'll be sent a printable voucher via email to show in-store, with your Advantage card, for the extra points.
MSE Charlotte says:

Each point's worth 1p when redeemed on virtually any Boots-branded product in-store at Boots, so this is effectively a 10% discount on Boots branded items. Don't assume Boots is always cheapest though, if you can buy items 10%+ cheaper elsewhere, go there instead. See full Boost Loyalty Points guide for more Boots tips.

Boots logoSanctuary Spa travel set for £22 (norm £47) at Boots*In stores & online until 7 Jul. Incl body scrubs, lotions & shampoo

Ends 7 Jul

If you go online to Boots* or into a store by 11.59pm on Tue 7 Jul, you can get a Sanctuary Spa Summer Beach Bag set for £22 (norm £46.72), subject to availability. Delivery's £3.50 if you order online, or you can collect in a store for free.

The set includes both full-size and travel-size Sanctuary Spa toiletries, as well as Charles Worthington travel haircare products and a beach bag (see the picture below).

Sanctuary Spa products:

  • Body wash (250ml)
  • Body scrub (200ml)
  • Body butter (300ml)
  • Heel balm (75ml)
  • Body wash (75ml)
  • Body lotion (75ml)
  • Body moisture spray (50ml)
  • Salt scrub sachet (60g)
  • Hand cream (30ml)

Charles Worthington products:

  • Sunshine protector shampoo (75ml)
  • Sunshine protector conditioner (75ml)
  • Sunshine protector leave-in spray (50ml)

Although the set has an RRP of £46.72, we've calculated that if you bought these products separately it would cost about £40, as Boots currently has a 3for2 offer on selected toiletries. So if you were planning on stocking up for summer, you could save about 45% with this set.

If you're not going to use all the products inside, you could use some as birthday presents and Christmas stocking fillers for a few different people.

Boots logoBoots 20 free prints*New customers only

99p p&p
Register with Boots* via this link and you'll get your first 20 6"x4" prints free. Delivery's 99p.

Soltan logoBoots Soltan sun cream two for £8*Norm £7ish each for 200ml. Factor 8 to 50+

1 day left

If you go in store or online to Boots* you can get two 200ml bottles of its own brand Soltan sun cream for £8 (norm up to £7 each) until Tue 7 Jul. It's five-star rated for UVA protection in factors 8-50+ (factor 30 or above is recommended by the British Skin Foundation).

See our sun cream round-up for other deals from £1 and skin safety advice from the British Skin Foundation and Cosmetic Toiletry & Perfumery Association.

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There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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