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Apple logo£40 off iPad Air at John Lewis, Tesco, Currys & Argos*Rare discount makes latest iPad Air 2 £359 (norm £399)

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iPad AirThere's a new iPad price war raging between big retailers including Currys, John Lewis, Tesco and Argos. They're matching each other's offers, which means you can get an iPad Air for £279 (norm £319) or the latest in the series, iPad Air 2, for £359 (norm £399).

Discounts on Apple products are fairly rare and these are the best iPad Air prices we've seen since Christmas.

Currys - £40 off iPad Air (online only)

Shop online at Currys* and you can get £40 off any iPad Air or Air 2 when you enter the code AIR40 by 11.59pm on Wed 5 Aug. Currys hasn't given us exact stock levels but said the offer might be extended, which suggests it has plenty in stock. Delivery's free.

John Lewis, Tesco & Argos - £40 off iPad Air (online & in stores)

Shop in store or online at either John Lewis*Tesco* or Argos* and you can get £40 off an iPad Air or iPad Air 2. You don't need a voucher or code for any of these as the discount's applied automatically. 

Tesco and Argos have both told us their offers will end on Tue 11 Aug. John Lewis hasn't confirmed an end date but told us this was a price-match offer, which probably means it'll end as soon as the other retailers put their prices back up. We don't know exact stock levels - so go quick if you want one at this price.

It's worth noting John Lewis gives a two-year warranty at no extra cost, compared to the standard one year you get from most other retailers. Alternatively, if you're a Tesco shopper with lots of Clubcard points, you might be able to get even more money off during its Summer Boost event (see our Clubcard Guide).

For iPad buyers' tips and more info on the different models, see our Cheap iPad Guide. As soon as we hear more about any of these offers, we'll update this page with full details.

MSE Anthony says:

These deals are the best we've seen in months and we reckon the sudden price drop means Apple's planning to launch a new iPad soon, although nothing's actually been confirmed.

John Lewis logoJohn Lewis - school uniform from £14*Includes Standard and Basics range

Ongoing

You can get a Standard or Basics full school uniform (ages 3-16) at John Lewis* from £14.

Some items in the Standard range are currently on sale, so you may find that it's cheaper than the Basics range for certain products.

What do you get?

Standard:

Basics:

Prices change depending on size.

How to get the uniform: In store and online at John Lewis*. Delivery's £3, click and collect from selected John Lewis and Waitrose stores is free.

John Lewis logoJohn Lewis free tea/coffee and cake every month?Sign up to free John Lewis loyalty card in-store or online

Ongoing

MSE UPDATE 11.30am Tue 16 Sep: John Lewis has changed its T&Cs, so going forward not everybody will receive the free tea and cake vouchers. We've asked John Lewis outright who will and who won't get the vouchers and it won't confirm.The best we can say is it's luck of the draw. This will affect both new and existing sign-ups to the John Lewis loyalty card. Read the John Lewis loyalty card news story for full info.

Get a free John Lewis loyalty card and you can get FREE tea/coffee and cake, every month!

  • John Lewis has a free loyalty card, which you can use online and in-store at its 42 shops in England, Scotland and Wales. It doesn't work like the usual ones where you get loyalty points - instead, you’re entered into prize draws and get rewards.
  • Either sign up online on the John Lewis website (click 'create an account now' in the pop-up box) or apply in-store for your loyalty card.
  • Once registered, you'll be sent a welcome pack containing vouchers - each voucher is valid in the month stated on the front. (We think it'll take up to four weeks to get your vouchers.)
  • One of these rewards is free tea (any hot drink) and cake EVERY MONTH. A pot of tea's £1.90, coffee's £2.25, cakes range from £1.75 - £3.50. You can go at any time (once a month).
  • It's available at John Lewis Place to Eat, Espresso Bar, Mall Café, Café and coffee shops. It can't be redeemed at other firms' food outlets within John Lewis, nor is it valid at Waitrose branches, apart from the Waitrose Café in Ipswich.

MSE Charlotte says:

WARNING! Gratuitous pictures of cake coming up...

When we first wrote this, we didn't have all the cake-based info. We don't do things by halves here at MSE, so even though it was a terrible inconvenience, I trudged all the way (at least a five-minute walk) to 'research' what was on offer.

My card STILL hasn't arrived yet - c'mon John Lewis! (It must be busy making super-cute Christmas adverts...) So I got some tea and cake and put it on my expenses instead. The things we do for you!

Here are some pics of what I found and what they cost.


Chocolate cake - £3.50
Scone, cream and jam - £3.60
Victoria sponge - £3.50
Muffins - £2.50

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