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Family and Friends logo'Free' two-month Family & Friends RailcardThen 10 off 1-yr 30 card. Get code from 50p Sun newspaper


Get a 'free' two-month Family & Friends Railcard trial when you buy The Sun newspaper (50p) on Fri 6 May and enter the unique eight-digit code found on the back page via this Railcard Trial link. A code was also printed in the paper on Thu 5 May if you already have a copy.

You can enter the code until 11.59pm on Wed 11 May, or until 125,000 have been claimed - so it's best to do this as soon as you can in case they all go before the end date.

You should receive the railcard by Tue 31 May at the latest. It's then valid to use from Wed 1 Jun until Sun 31 Jul. You can only get one trial railcard per person.

Get £10 off a one-year £30 railcard

When you get your free trial railcard, you'll also receive a unique code to get £10 off the annual railcard, making it £20 instead of the usual £30. 

Enter the code on the Family & Friends Railcard site between Mon 11 Jul and Thu 11 Aug. You can only get this discount if you've signed up for the free trial first.

What does the Family & Friends Railcard get me?

This is a cracking deal for almost every family, even if you don’t use the train that often, as just one decent-length rail trip costing £60+ can save you more than the £20 you'll have paid for the railcard.

  • Up to four adults (aged 16 and over) can get 1/3 off most 'Standard Anytime', 'Off-Peak' and 'Advance' rail fares when travelling together with up to four children (aged 5-15), who will get 60% off their fares.
  • Two adults can be named on the card and at least one must be traveling whenever it's used.
  • You don't need to be related - so it's not just for families, but also friends who can share a card and each benefit from the discount.

For the full terms, see Family & Friends Railcard.

Morrisons logo'Free' 10 Morrisons voucher (via tokens in newspaper)To spend on groceries. 10 tokens cost 4.50ish


If you regularly buy The Sun and The Sun on Sunday, until Fri 30 Oct, you can get a 'free' £10 Morrisons voucher by collecting 10 tokens from 10 separate editions of the newspaper (40p Mon-Fri, 70p Sat, £1 Sun). You can use this to buy groceries at any Morrisons store.

Tokens were first printed on Thu 15 Oct and the last day you can start collecting is Wed 21 Oct - so don't hang about if this is something you want.

There's a bit of work involved in claiming your voucher, and it's going to cost £4+ to get the tokens (plus the 54p cost of a second-class stamp to send them in), but even if it only saves you about £5, it's worth it if you'd normally buy the paper anyway. Even if you're not a regular reader and don't mind putting in the groundwork, you're effectively getting £5ish off a Morrisons spend.

Here's how to do it

1. Collect 10 differently numbered tokens from the 16 printed in The Sun every day until Fri 30 Oct. Each day's token has a different number.

2. Attach the 10 tokens to your completed form (printed in numerous editions of The Sun newspaper between Thu 15 Oct and Fri 30 Oct - it couldn't give us the exact dates), and post it to the address on the form before Wed 4 Nov.

3. You'll then receive your £10 Morrisons voucher by post. The Sun says to ‘allow up to 28 days'. Morrisons says there's no expiry date on the voucher.

More info

In Scotland, tokens are in The Scottish Sun and The Scottish Sun on Sunday.

Iceland logoIceland 2 for 8 ice creams. Incl Magnum & CornettoOnline and in-store. Magnum Mini, Cornetto, Twister, Mini Milk


Go online to Iceland or to your nearest store by Tue 5 Aug to get eight popular ice creams for £2 (was £2.50) in its Happy Mix selection pack. Delivery's free for online orders but there's a minimum spend of £35, and as it's currently limited to certain areas, you might be better off going in-store.

You'll get:

  • 2x Magnum Mini (1x classic, 1x almond)
  • 2x Cornetto (1x classico, 1x strawberry)
  • 2x Mini Milk (1x vanilla, 1x chocolate)
  • 2x Twister

We've calculated that buying these ice creams individually would cost around £5-10. Even buying a multipack from another supermarket won't get you this much ice cream - if you take your £2 elsewhere, you can currently get just five Cornettos at Asda, or six Magnum Minis at Tesco.

This is a great deal because you not only get a lot of ice cream at a great price, but you get a good selection to choose from and don't have to buy four different multipacks to keep the whole family happy.

The Sun logoFREE 6.99 Rimmel mascara - ALL GONEFor the first 3,000 to fill in beauty survey


MSE update 11.50am, Wed 23 Apr: All the mascaras have now been snapped up! Ensure you don't miss out on future deals by signing up to MSE's weekly email.

The Sun's giving away 3,000 £6.99 Scandaleyes mascara wands until Sun 25 May, or till they run out. It's first-come first-served, so be quick!

You just need to vote for your favourite beauty items (takes less than a minute). Make sure you click 'enter here' and fill in your details. 

Go quick! Although it's very much worded like a competition, The Sun says the first 3,000 will get the mascara. 

More info

You must be 18 or over to get the freebie. It's one entry per person.

The Sun logoFinding Nemo 3D kids go 'free'Print voucher and buy an adult ticket

Register 'n' print this voucher from The Sun to get a 'free' kids ticket with every adult ticket for Finding Nemo 3D, which is released on Fri 29 Mar 2013.

The voucher's valid every day till Mon 29 Apr 2013 on both 2D and 3D screenings at Odeon, Cineworld, Vue, Showcase or Empire cinemas. Plus, there's no limit to the number you can use. Excludes Northern Ireland.
More info
The cost of 3D glasses is not included, and the age up to which someone is classed as a child differs depending on the cinema, so check before going. Excludes advance bookings and is valid on standard seating only.