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Telecoms giant O2 frequently offers special deals for its customers through its O2 Priority scheme, which includes restaurant vouchers, gig tickets and more.

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Current O2 Deals

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Free 99p mini chocolate eggsVia O2 Priority Moments app

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O2 customers can get a free 60g bag of mini Easter eggs (RRP 99p), with the free Priority Moments app. To get it, download the app onto your smartphone or text MOMENTS to 2020 for free. Then, search for  "WHSmith'" and it'll give you a code to show at your nearest WHSmith by Sat 19 Apr.

We're not sure how many bags of eggs WHSmith is giving away yet. We've asked O2 but it hasn't got back to us. We'll update you here when we know. 

 

 

MSE Charlotte says:

Not with O2? You can still get O2 Priority Moments (although by the time you get it, this deal's likely to be over). 

More info

The bag usually costs 99p. Excludes online, hospitals, workplaces and travel stores including those at airports, rail and motorway service stations. Can't be used with other offers.

You can access Priority Moments online without the app, but you might find that not all of the offers are available.

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

Ongoing

O2 Priority Moments is a deals app for O2 smartphone users. It tends to run bespoke offers, which we think are subsidised from O2's marketing budget, so it sometimes has deals you can't get elsewhere.

O2 users can download the app free from Apple's App Store, Android Marketplace or Blackberry. If you're not on O2, there's a trick for you to get it on your smartphone too - read on for more.

What type of offers are available?

Deals may not be the same for everyone, as they're often based on your location. At the time of writing, deals on offer in central London include a free £7.99 Richard and Judy spring book club title for WHSmith, and a year's Evernote Premium organisation app (RRP £35).

Over the past year, it's had free packs of Christmas cards (normally £10), free £5 at The Body Shop, Hotel Chocolat freebies, £10 off Fragrance Shop, 40% off Odeon cinema tickets, and many more.

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 & Go Go Go Sim card from O2. Insert the Sim into your smartphone and activate it free (you need an unlocked mobile handset).

2. Connect to wi-fi, and download the Priority Moments app (Android, iOS/Blackberry).

3. Insert the Sim everytime you want to check for new deals. While the app is meant to disappear if you insert other Sims, but we've tried it on a few unlocked handsets, and the app's stayed and is still usable.

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There's a secret phrase that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. "Section 75" laws means your plastic must protect anything you buy over £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust you can still get your money back.

Although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards there is something else to fall back on if you paid on a Visa debit or electron card, or Visa credit card under £100 (otherwise go for Section 75). Known as Visa Chargeback, this is part of Visa's internal rules and not a legal requirement. Full details of Section 75, chargeback and how to claim in the Section 75 Refunds guide.

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