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Currys logoFitness tracker deals round-up*Incl £25 Misfit Flash, £40 Jawbone UP2, £59 Fitbit Flex


Fitness trackers are essentially high-tech pedometers that measure the steps you make in a day, and the high-end ones also monitor your sleep and heart rate too (which means you can get a decent calorie count). Prices have dropped substantially in the last six months, so here’s a rundown of the cheapest of the big brands.

All the fitness trackers sync with Apple and Android phone apps to give you more details. Some can be used while cycling or swimming and they can have other functions such as a vibrating alarm clock, clock display and heart-rate monitor depending on the brand and price.

As MSE founder Martin Lewis is a fitness tracker addict, here’s his take:

“I’m very chuffed that I’ve just made 100 consecutive days of doing 10,000 steps a day – and hate the idea of missing a day. My tracker has changed my life pattern in that I’m addicted to hitting targets and walk far more than I used to.

"While it's called a fitness tracker, actually if you’re a runner or cyclist, the distance travelled isn’t that accurate with any of them, for that you need GPS which these don’t have. These are far better for encouraging everyday activity and looking at steps. See my wife, Mrs MSE's BBC report when she wore six trackers in a week to compare them.

"If you’re going to get one, accept the inaccuracy and focus on competing with yourself each day. If you get into it, it can make a real difference – and as I have, you may find yourself walking round the house at 11pm just to hit target. My personal best is 38,000 steps in a day, 187,000 in a week, 631,000 in a month.”

Here are our picks of the most popular (prices last checked on Wed 3 Feb):

Misfit Flash – £25

This is a no-frills inexpensive tracker that measures your activity and sleep. It doesn't have a heart monitor, but will track calories burned, steps taken and distance travelled. There's no display which means battery life is quite long (six months). It syncs with an app so you can keep track of your fitness without needing your smartphone. You can wear this tracker as a wristband, clip it to clothing, or have it on your keychain.

You can get a variety of colours at John Lewis* for £24.95 (but delivery is £3.50 or £2 if you collect in store). We found the black or white version for £24.99 at Currys* (free delivery). RRP is £39.99.

Garmin Vivofit  £46

This has a more watch-like display, is waterproof and has a year-long battery life. You get personalised daily goals to keep you motivated and a red bar after one hour of inactivity, encouraging you to move. It can be paired with a heart rate monitor, but this costs extra.

Amazon* is selling the Garmin Vivofit in red for £46. It has other colour variants which cost slightly more. The next cheapest we found were several colour variants at Argos* for £49.99 (delivery is £3.95 or collect in store for free). RRP is £100.

Jawbone UP2 - £40

This is one of the more popular fitness tracker brands. There's no display - you'll need to look at the smartphone app to see if you're on track with your goal. It'll measure your steps and calories burned, record your time and quality of sleep (with an alarm that wakes you up in the lighter part of your sleep pattern) and has a stopwatch. It isn't waterproof and the battery life will last about a week.

If you go online to Currys*, you can get a black or grey Jawbone UP2 for £39.99. The black is available for free delivery (but not the grey) and both can be collected in store for free. The RRP for these is £89.99. The next cheapest we found was £43.99 at Groupon (free delivery).

Fitbit Flex – £59

The Flex is one for the fashion-conscious. It's compatible with many popular fitness apps and wraps around your wrist. It has lights to indicate progress towards your goal and tracks activity and sleep. You can buy additional colourful bands in packs of three for about £17 online, but we've heard the fastener comes undone easily.

You can get the Fitbit Flex in green or pink for £59 at Tesco Direct* (delivery is £3 or collect in store for free). RRP is £79.99, the next cheapest we found was £60 at Currys* (it has a lot of colour variants and free delivery).

Fitbit Charge HR - £99

With a full display, this is at the top of the range of Fitbit trackers. It's great for exercise as it monitors your heart rate continuously and gives you more accurate real-time activity stats, such as calorie count. It also has an automatic sleep tracker. You wear it on your wrist and battery life is just under a week.

We saw the price of the Fitbit Charge HR drop to £79 at the start of January, but currently it isn't being discounted as much, and the cheapest we've found is the black, purple, orange or green version for £99 at Tesco Direct* (delivery is £3 or collect in store for free). RRP is £99.99, there is a version of this Fitbit without the heart rate monitor which we've found for about £10 cheaper.

If you're looking for cheap ways to get fit, check out our Cheap Gym Membership guide and Top 10 free fitness apps blog.

John Lewis logoJohn Lewis - school uniform from £17*Includes Standard and Basics range


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?



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: MoneySaving tips & tricks*Incl Click & Collect, haggling & sales discounts


There are always ways you can save money at John Lewis*, so even if there isn't a cracking deal out there that works for you, don't assume you can't cut your costs further.

Ways to save money at John Lewis include:

  • £2 Click & Collect. Save on delivery if you're spending less than £50 by collecting your items from a store (find your nearest*). Orders of £50+ get free delivery, and £30+ orders get free Click & Collect.
  • Try haggling. We polled 2,518 MoneySavers to see in which shops they had most success haggling, and John Lewis shoppers had a success rate of 54% - so it's definitely worth a try if you're feeling brave. Read our Haggle on the High Street guide for more haggling tips.
  • Shop in the sale. John Lewis has a long history of price-matching its rivals, so watch out when Debenhams or House of Fraser has sales on, as chances are you’ll get similar discounts in John Lewis.
  • Check similar retailers, eg, Debenhams, House of Fraser. If you're not committed to buying from John Lewis, check for deals from other department stores such as Debenhams, House of Fraser, BHS and Selfridges, where you may find there's a better offer.

If you spot any hot deals we've missed (we are human after all!), let us know in the MSE Forum,  email us at or via Facebook and Twitter.

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Debenhams logoDebenhams up to 25% off*Online & in store across all depts. Plus extra 10% code


If you go online to Debenhams* or shop in store you'll find up to 25% off items from all departments until 11.59pm or end of trading on Sun 15 Nov. Delivery's £3.99 or you can collect from a store for free.

Most reduced items have 20% off, but in beauty and fragrances it's a maximum 10%.

Are there bargains to be had?

While the sale's being billed as 'up to 25% off' we've seen bigger reductions of up to 50% off a number of items. Strong discounts we spotted on Tue 10 Nov include Henry Holland women's dresses for £10.50 (were £35), J by Jasper Conran women's handbags for £29.40 (were £49) and Ben Sherman men's shirts for £30 (were £50).

Boost the savings further with a 10% off code

If you're spending £50 or more and enter the code LM94 you can get an extra 10% off most items at Debenhams, including those already 'up to 25% off' as above.

The code can't be used on beauty, electricals, men's toiletries or furniture, and a number of brands and concessions are excluded, such as Ted Baker, Levi's and Converse. See 'more info' below for details.

John Lewis price match

Rival department store John Lewis* is currently price-matching an "unnamed competitor's promotion". We suspect (wink, wink) it's referring to Debenhams (this is what's happened in the past), so we expect it to be offering discounts on all the same items.

It’ll match the sale, but won’t match the 10% off code, so do double check the price at the checkout and if the same item’s over £50 and available at Debenhams, don’t forget to give the code a whirl first.

More info

The code can't be used on gift vouchers, gift cards, personalised wedding stationery, gift experiences,,,,, or 

Also excludes the following brands:

Fred Perry | Hammond & Co | Baker by Ted Baker | Le Creuset | Simple Human | Joseph Joseph | Tempur | Scion | Bedeck | Kas | Harlequin | Levi | Converse | Silver Eight | Route 66 | Crocs | Just Sheepskin

Selected concessions are also excluded. See the full list*.

John Lewis logoBuy £70 Nespresso machine = £40 capsules gift card*You'll have to fill out a claim form and send it in to get your gift card


MSE update 10.50am, Fri 31 Jan: John Lewis has upped the price of the £70 Essenza machine to £89.95. You can get a similar machine from Currys Essenza Auto* for £69.97 and get the 'free' £40 voucher - ends today.

If you splurge on a caffeine boost every morning, a coffee machine may be a good money-saver.

They're not usually cheap (some can cost hundreds or even thousands of pounds) and you'll have to buy its own special coffee capsules for it to work. But you can currently get a 'free' £40 or £70 gift card with selected Nespresso machines till Fri 31 Jan at John Lewis, House of Fraser,, Debenhams and more. A £40 gift card could get you between 120-150 pods or four espresso cups. 

We've checked a raft of retailers (including Amazon, Currys, House of Fraser) and John Lewis came up trumps for price nearly every time. Plus it offers an up-to three-year guarantee, depending on which model you buy. Here's what you could get:

How do I get my gift card?

Once you've bought an eligible model either in-store or online, you must first join the Nespresso Club (it's free). Then download the Nespresso Gift form, fill in your details (including your Nespresso Club membership number, model serial number and photocopy of proof of purchase) and send it off to the listed address so it gets there by Fri 28 Feb. You'll receive the gift card within four weeks.

Where can I use the gift card and what's it valid on?

You can use it at Nespresso shops, online at Nespresso or by calling 0800 442 442 (delivery's £4.95). It cannot be used in John Lewis or any other retailer selling Nespresso Machines. You can use it on coffee pods and accessories and you'll need to use the gift card within six months, either in single or multiple transactions. 

MSE Paloma says:

This is a winner if you buy a coffee even a few days each week. Use our Demotivator to tot up what you could save.

More info

It's one gift card per machine only. Can't be used with any other offer.

use the money mantras

Before spending, use Martin's Mantras. If you answer 'NO' to any, Don't buy!

Skint? ask:
  • Do I need it?
  • Can I afford it?
not skint? ask:
  • Will I use it?
  • Is it worth it?
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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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Below are today's top John Lewis discount codes, fully checked and verified by the MSE Deals team, including any seasonal John Lewis sale discounts or Black Friday offers. John Lewis vouchers are only available from time to time and tend to be quite short-lived, so make sure you keep an eye on this page and follow us on Twitter @MSE_Deals for all the latest offers.