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Pizza Express logoPizza Express £5 main course with O2 PriorityValid once a week, every day of the week

Ongoing

Smartphone users can get a £5 main course at Pizza Express once a week, any day of the week, via the O2 Priority Moments app.

A new voucher's released each Thursday and entitles the bearer to a Classic or Leggera pizza, or a pasta or salad main course for £5 when they dine in. See 'more info' below for menu and restaurant exclusions.

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, Google Play for Android or Microsoft's Windows store. Open the app, search for 'Pizza Express' and the offer should appear.

Once you redeem the offer, it'll give you a unique code which you need to show your waiter when asking for your bill. When you select the 'use it now' option you'll have two hours to use the code before it expires.

Not on O2?

There's a sneaky way of getting Priority Moments offers even if you're not an O2 customer. See our O2 Priority Moments for EVERYONE! guide to find out how.

More info

The discount will be applied to the cheapest eligible item on your bill. Pizza upgrades and additional toppings will be charged as extra. Excludes the Piccolo kids’ menu and takeaways.

Offer not available at the following Pizza Express locations: Dean Street, King’s Road, Maidstone, Brent Cross, Wembley, Stratford Westfield, Ashford McArthur Glen, Baker Street, Barrett Street and Bluewater.

Can’t be used in combination with other promotions or set menus such as Tesco/Nectar codes, NUS extra and Tastecard.

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 Caffè Nero logoFree hot drink at Caffè NeroOn Tuesdays only via app. Tea, coffee or hot chocolate

Ongoing

Smartphone users can get a free Caffè Nero hot drink from midday on Tuesdays only via the O2 Priority Moments app. Simply show the code from the app to staff at the checkout. Previously we've had reports of users unable to get the codes after 3pm so it's worth going quick if you'd like this deal.

Hot drinks available in any size include (prices are for take-out, costs 10p extra to drink in stores):

  • Tea including: English breakfast, Earl Grey, green tea (norm £1.75ish plus 30p for soy milk)
  • Coffee including: espresso (norm £1.50-£1.80), cappuccino (norm £1.95-£2.60), caffe latte (norm £1.95-£2.60), caffe mocha (norm £2.05-£2.75), caffe americano (norm £1.70-£2.30)
  • Hot chocolate: standard (norm £2.05-£2.75)

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 StoreGoogle Play for Android or Microsoft's Windows store.  Open the app, search for 'Caffè Nero' 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 Caffè Nero.

Warning: If you click accept you'll only have a limited time 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. See our O2 Priority Moments for EVERYONE! guide to find out how.

MSE Rhiannon says:

This offer is great as you get a loyalty card stamp when you claim your free drink, so after 10 stamps (free or not) you'll get an 11th hot drink free, too! Great for weeks where one caffeine hit on the go isn't enough. What's more, if you bring your own re-usable cup, you'll get two stamps per drink - getting you closer to another free drink twice as quickly.

O2 logoO2 Priority deals for EVERYONE!Not an O2 customer? We've found a loophole

Ongoing

O2 Priority is a deals app for O2 smartphone users. We’ve seen offers including free coffee, chocolate, Christmas cards, bottled drinks and nail varnish.

O2 users can download it for free from Apple's App Store, Google Play for Android, or Microsoft's Windows store. If you're not on O2, there's a trick for you to get it on your smartphone too.

Not on O2? How to get it

O2 says anyone with an O2 mobile – including Pay and Go, Pay Monthly and business customers – is eligible to get it. So if you've ANY unlocked phone, it's easy.

1. Order a free Pay As You Go Sim card from O2 and insert the Sim into your smartphone.

2. Connect to wi-fi and download the O2 Priority app.

3. Open the app and enter your O2 phone number (it should be on the Sim packaging). Then O2 will send you a text with your activation code, which you'll need to enter in the app.

4. Now insert your normal Sim and (fingers crossed) the app should still work - it's meant to disappear if you insert other Sims, but we've tried it on a few unlocked handsets, and the app's stayed usable.

MSE Lucia talks you through it below:

Let us know how you get on in our Forum, via Twitter @MSE_Deals or MSE Deals Facebook.

Expired Deals

WHSmith logoFREE £4ish Lindt Lindor orange trufflesIn WHSmith Travel stores only, via O2 app

Expired

Smartphone users can get a free £4ish Lindt Lindor orange truffles 200g box in selected WHSmith Travel stores, which are found in railway stations and airports, via the O2 Priority app. Simply show the code from the app to staff at the checkout. It's due to last until Fri 15 Sep, but could end before if all the codes run out.

O2 wasn't able to tell us exactly how many codes were left, but offers can end early so you'll need to go quick if you want this.

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 StoreGoogle Play for Android or Microsoft's Windows store. Open the app, search for WHSmith and the offer (and your nearest participating Travel store) should appear.

Once you redeem the offer, it'll give you a unique code which you need to show on your smartphone in-store. Wait until you're at the checkout and have the item in your hand (so you know it's in stock) before selecting the 'use it now' option as your code will expire after two minutes. 

Not on O2? 

There's a sneaky way of getting Priority 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 freebie. See our O2 Priority for EVERYONE! guide to find out how.

More info

Excludes all standalone stores, outlets, online, Books by WHSmith at Selfridges, Harrods, Arnotts and Fenwick`s and garden centres

WHSmith logoFREE £1.50ish Carabao energy drinkIn WHSmith Travel stores only, via O2 app

Expired

Smartphone users can get a free £1.50ish Carabao energy drink 330ml in selected WHSmith Travel stores, which are found in railway stations and airports, via the O2 Priority app. Simply show the code from the app to staff at the checkout. It's due to last until Mon 11 Sep, but could end before if all the codes run out.

O2 wasn't able to tell us exactly how many codes were left, but offers can end early so you'll need to go quick if you want this.

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 StoreGoogle Play for Android or Microsoft's Windows store. Open the app, search for WHSmith and the offer (and your nearest participating Travel store) should appear.

Once you redeem the offer, it'll give you a unique code which you need to show on your smartphone in-store. Wait until you're at the checkout and have the item in your hand (so you know it's in stock) before selecting the 'use it now' option as your code will expire after two minutes. 

Not on O2? 

There's a sneaky way of getting Priority 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 freebie. See our O2 Priority for EVERYONE! guide to find out how.

More info

Excludes all standalone stores, outlets, online, Books by WHSmith at Selfridges, Harrods, Arnotts and Fenwick`s and garden centres

Byron logoByron kids eat for 25pVia O2 app when adult meal is purchased

Expired

Smartphone users can get a code to get a kids' meal at Byron for 25p via the O2 Priority app when an adult buys a main or salad. Simply mention the offer when you order, and show the code from the app to staff when you pay.

It's not valid on Deliveroo or takeaway or in conjunction with any other offer. The kids' meal includes a main, side, drink and vegetable sticks and you'll get it for 25p when you order a hamburger, chicken burger, veggie burger or large salad from the main menu.

It's due to last until Sun 10 Sep, but could end before if all the codes run out. O2 wasn't able to tell us exactly how many codes are left, but offers like this can run out very fast - so you'll need to go quick if you want this. 

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 StoreGoogle Play for Android or Microsoft's Windows store. Open the app, search for Byron and the offer (and your nearest participating restaurant) should appear.

Once you redeem the offer, it'll give you a unique code which you need to show on your smartphone in-store. Wait until you're paying after your meal before selecting the 'use it now' option as your code will expire after a limited amount of time. 

Not on O2? 

There's a sneaky way of getting Priority 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 freebie. See our O2 Priority for EVERYONE! guide to find out how.

Byron logo'Free' beer at Byron, incl BrewdogVia O2 app when adult meal is purchased. Or wine/soft drink

Expired

Smartphone users can get a code to get a free beer or other beverage via the O2 Priority app when an adult buys a main meal. Simply mention the offer when you order, and show the code from the app to staff when you pay.

It's not valid on Deliveroo or takeaway or in conjunction with any other offer. The offer includes any 330ml or 355ml beer, including Brewdog beers but not including draft beer. If you don't want a beer, you can get a 175ml glass of ‘Good’ red or white wine or any soft drink excluding milkshakes, 'freakshakes' and 1L still/sparkling water.

It's due to last until Sun 10 Sep, but could end before if all the codes run out. On Mon 31 Jul there were 10,000 codes available, however O2 wasn't able to tell us exactly how many codes are left, but offers like this can run out very fast - so you'll need to go quick if you want this. 

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 StoreGoogle Play for Android or Microsoft's Windows store. Open the app, search for Byron and the offer (and your nearest participating restaurant) should appear.

Once you redeem the offer, it'll give you a unique code which you need to show on your smartphone in-store. Wait until you're paying after your meal before selecting the 'use it now' option as your code will expire after a limited amount of time. 

Not on O2? 

There's a sneaky way of getting Priority 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 freebie. See our O2 Priority for EVERYONE! guide to find out how.

L'Occitane logo£5 for five L'Occitane 10ml hand creamsVia O2 app. Bigger 30ml tubes norm £8 each

Expired

You can get five 10ml L'Occitane hand creams for £5 via the O2 Priority app until Fri 8 Sep either in store or online (delivery's £3.95 or you can click & collect for free). You'll get a unique code which you need to show on your smartphone in store or put in at the checkout stage online.

It's available at participating stores (see 'more info' for those not participating). There are 1,000 codes available each day (500 in stores and 500 online), and these can run out quickly – so hurry if you want this. If you see that the offer says 'Out of stock', you can try to get a code the next day from about 9.30am.

5 for £5 L'Occitane hand creams

These are the hand creams (though some stores may not have all available and you may get a substitution):

  • Arlésienne 
  • Shea Butter
  • Pivoine Flora
  • Cherry Blossom
  • Verbena cooling gel

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 StorePlay for Android or Microsoft's Windows store. Open the app, search for 'L'Occitane' 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 L'Occitane.

Warning: Wait until you're at the checkout before selecting the 'Use it now' option as your code will expire after 15 minutes.

Not on O2? 

You don't have to be frozen out of this deal... there's a way of getting Priority offers even if you're not an O2 customer. See our O2 Priority for EVERYONE! guide to find out how.

MSE Rhiannon says:

As a 30ml tube of L'Occitane hand cream is normally £8, I'd value this set at about £13. The 10ml hand creams are not normally sold separately, but at £1 each in this set they're really handy to keep in your bag or desk at work.

If you're already planning stocking fillers or other Christmas gifts, they'd also work really well in a hand-made advent calendar.

More info

Excludes the following L'Occitane stores: Bristol Cribbs Causeway, Bicester Village, Cheshire Oaks, Portsmouth, all department stores, airport stores and any other independent L’Occitane stockists.

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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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