Amazon Prime Now trick: £5 off £20 spend for many England & Scotland postcodes (eg, Ldn, Manc, Birm, Glasg)

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. This is only for people ordering via the Prime Now for the first time, and it’s only available in selected areas of England and Scotland at the moment. Still, it could be useful if you...

Amazon Prime Now trick: £5 off £20 spend for many England & Scotland postcodes (eg, Ldn, Manc, Birm, Glasg)

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...

Amazon Prime Now trick: London or West Midlands postcode gets you £10 off £30 spend (eg, £32 FIFA 16)

If you're buying something from Amazon for £30 or more, until 20 Nov, there's a smart way you might be able to save £10 by using the Amazon Prime Now app.

EXPIRED – Amazon Prime Now trick: London or Birmingham postcode gets you £20 off £50 spend (eg, £38 Apple TV, £40 Kindle)

If you're buying something from Amazon for £50 or more, until 30 Sep, there's a smart way you might be able to save £20 by using the Amazon Prime Now app.

Tip: Don’t pay for Kindle books you can get for FREE!

If you trawl Amazon’s e-book store, you’ll find hundreds of out-of-copyright classics available completely free of charge as digital downloads… But wait a minute. There are usually paid-for (often identical) duplicates, and these might come up first in your search results. So, remember to look down the list and take a leaf out of MSE’s book – don’t pay for owt you...

How to spot a review you can trust

I never buy anything without reading a couple of reviews first but not all write-ups are the same – here are my top sites for the best ones. I don’t care what the adverts say – whether I’m buying a £5 spatula or a £1,000 holiday, or a meal out, I want to know if it’s worth...