Amazon deals (for some): £7 credit, plus £5 off £20, 'free' £6 etc

Every now and then we see Amazon offering 'free' credit – either by trying out one of its services, such as Amazon Music or Prime Reading, or purchasing its gift cards. This month, we've spotted a few easy ways some Amazon customers can bag credit – we've rounded them up here so you can quickly check if you're eligible.

Trick gets TWO boxes of £2 Shreddies cereal for 60p - stack £1.50 coupon or cashback with supermarket offer

It's been a while since couponers have seen a high-value new coupon, or been offered a choice between a physical coupon or cashback. So I was excited when I spotted you could get £1.50 off two packs of Nestlé wholegrain cereals, eg, Shreddies, and even more thrilled when I uncovered a clever way to stack it with other offers to bag ‘em as cheap as 30p each – whether shopping in-store or online.

Get branded cereal for 30p a box by stacking £1.50 coupon with supermarket offer

It's been a while since couponers have seen a high-value new coupon, or a coupon stack, and it's been a while since any outlet offered a choice between a physical coupon or cashback. With the pandemic forcing more people to shop online, could this be a new trend for retailers, and is this coupon worth it? Can you stack it with other deals? Read on to find out.

'Free' £2ish Lindt chocolate for Shopmium cashback app newbies

Free food is my favourite kind of food, and who can say no to free chocolate? With more of us now opting to do our supermarket shop online, many have struggled to save as much without coupons and yellow sticker bargains. However, there's a free cashback app which gets you weekly supermarket discounts and freebies, whether you're shopping in-store or online – and to sweeten the deal, we've blagged a 'free' £2ish Lindt choc for new users.

How to get £4ish Kellogg’s granola for free

It's how many of us start the day, but a branded breakfast can be cerealously expensive. Yet right now, you can bag the most important meal of the day for free via a cashback offer – no coupons required.

Get £20+ off shopping at Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Waitrose & more with these online codes

Saving money with coupons is great, but the printable kind are only good for people who shop in store – as they don’t tend to be accepted online. What you need is an ‘e-coupon’ or code, and at the moment there are plenty to choose from…

Bag easy money off your phone bill when you spend at Argos, Boots, Pizza Express & more

For a few months, I’ve been using a new cashback app that tracks my spending at various retailers - including Argos, Boots and Waitrose – then rewards me with a discount on my mobile phone bill.

How to get a £6 box of chocolates for free

I can’t think of many things better than free chocolate. It’s a super-satisfying freebie, especially if it makes you feel less guilty about eating it.

Trick: Get 20% off gift cards to stack with offers. Eg, works on Gap 40% off, 10 cinema tickets for £20

I love a bit of stacking. I’m not talking about supermarket shelves or my ironing pile at home… I’m talking stacking discounts on top of each other to grab an ultra-bargain. And you can do that right now with this trick…

Tesco magazine: March coupons, incl F&F clothing and gluten-free bread

The free March Tesco Magazine is out, and like last month, I’ve done the hard work for you to find out what’s a good deal and what isn’t.