Stop what you’re doing – do not pass go and do not collect £200. From Saturday 3 September, if you’ve any old Monopoly money lying around, you can bag a totally free Monopoly Electronic board game (norm £20) until Friday 9 September, while stocks last. To get it, just advance to a Smyths Toys Superstore (find your...
Nothing makes me happier than getting something for nothing… but getting 10 things for nothing is even better! Anyone can get up to 10 great freebies just by filling in your details. Like many freebies, most of these have no set end date and samples can run out at any time, so go quick if there’s something...
MSE Update Wed 31 Aug 1.44pm: This deal has now expired. Right now, there seems to be a technical glitch on Tesco’s till system, and it means you can get six bottles of posh Casillero del Diablo Merlot that normally costs £8 for a very tasty £3.50 each… and you don’t need to be a new customer!...
We’ve seen a lot of them recently. Fake £80 Lidl vouchers, five ‘free’ tickets to Legoland, ‘free’ Disneyland passes and even ‘free’ flight tickets have been circulating on Facebook. Update Tue 8 Nov: We originally published this blog in August, but the principles remain the same. Scores of people are still being fooled every day by these bogus offers and competitions, where scammers tempt you to...
French video game company Ubisoft is giving away colourful 2D platformer Rayman Origins for free until Tue 13 Sep. The freebie’s available as part of a promotion which will see Ubisoft release a free digital PC game every month until December to celebrate its 30th anniversary this year. You’ll need to install the correct software The free games are only redeemable through Uplay, Ubisoft’s online...
It’s back… Sainsbury’s is again running three different promotions which you can combine – known as code stacking – to get a corking deal on bottles of fizz. So until Sat 27 Aug, newbies to Sainsbury’s* online could effectively get prosecco for £2.63 a bottle (norm £9), though you have to buy six. Even if you’re an existing Sainsbury’s online customer, you could still get it for £5.63 a bottle.
French video game company Ubisoft is giving away a free digital PC game every month until December to celebrate its 30th anniversary this year. Right now, you can download Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell for free until Tue 16 Aug. You’ll need to install the correct software The free Ubisoft games are only redeemable through Uplay, the company’s online store and game playing...
STOP EVERYTHING! There’s an ice cool fruity freebie up for grabs today only… From 11am-12pm on Fri 12 Aug, Pret will be giving away free smoothies to anyone who goes into one of its shops and gives staff the secret password… “It’s my duty to be fruity!” (They obviously want you to feel silly saying it). Pret ran this same offer last year – the MSE deals...
This Friday (12 Aug), Uber minicab drivers will be hand-delivering FREE ice lollies to anyone nearby who requests them to their home or office address. Like the Uber app itself, this freebie won’t be available everywhere. But if you happen to live or work in one of 17 urban areas where Uber drivers operate, you’ll be able to...
If you’re going to spend £20+ at Amazon before the end of March 2017, there’s a trick where you may be able to save £5 using Amazon’s Prime Now app. This is only for people ordering via the Prime Now app for the first time, and it’s only available in selected areas of England and Scotland at the moment. Still, it could be useful...
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12 December 2023If you’re shopping online for gifts, the deadline for ordering to get ’em in time for Christmas may be sooner than you think. Get it wrong and instead of presents under the tree, they could be held hostage at a courier firm’s out-of-town depot… To help avoid this, retailers now give their own final cut-off dates for orders you want...