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Morrisons logoFree £5 worth of points at Morrisons*For students signing up via a university email address

13 days left

If you're a student and sign up to the Morrisons 'More card'* (previously 'Match & More') using your university email address ending in .ac.uk, you can get a bonus 5,000 points worth £5 to spend in Morrisons until Tue 31 Oct. See full T&Cs.

As it's normally five points per £1 spent in store, online, per litre of fuel or at the café, you'd normally have to spend £1,000 without any points offers to get 5,000 points.

Morrisons says extra discounts, points and student-only offers will also be available so it shouldn't cost as much to get your next £5 off voucher. See our guide on how to max loyalty card points for more info.

KFC logoFree KFC fries every FridayVia the free 'Colonel's Club' app

30 days left

Friday is officially Fries-day, as you can now claim a free regular portion of fries every Friday at KFC (find your nearest), with no purchase necessary. Simply download its free Colonel's Club app for Android or iOS and the freebie should appear under the 'offers' section of the 'my rewards' tab.

You then just need to click the offer and show the barcode when you ask for your fries at any time before 11pm, every Friday until Fri 17 Nov. You can only claim the offer once per Friday, but can go back as many Fridays as you like until the promotion ends.

There's no need to buy anything to get the freebie, but it won't work as part of a meal deal - so you'll have to order them separately from (or as well as) your main. 

What other KFC freebies can I claim?

By signing up to the app, you'll also get a 'free side' offer, which include two hot wings, small popcorn chicken, ice cream sundae or a regular soft drink (norm 80p-£1.70ish). You can't claim more than one offer per day - so you can't get your free side and free fries on the same Friday.

To get a free side, you usually need to earn three 'chicken stamps' (see 'more info' on how to earn them), but currently, when you sign up to its app, you'll automatically be awarded three stamps to qualify for a free side without spending anything – just scan the app in the restaurant.

You don't need to purchase any food or drink if the side is all you want either. KFC says there's no planned end date for the free side offer, but be aware that it could pull the deal at any time.

For more info on the Colonel's Club app, see KFC's website.

More info

The offer isn't available at any motorway service outlets, online, or in Jersey.

How do I earn 'chicken stamps'?

You'll get one stamp when you spend £3-£14.99 in a single transaction in participating KFC outlets and you'll get two stamps if you spend £15 or more. You can't earn two stamps on two separate £3-£14.99 purchases in the same day – the second transaction would have to be £15 or more.

Booths logoBooths FREE tea/coffee/hot chocolateGet its free loyalty card to take your pick of daily hot drinks

Ongoing

You can get a free regular-sized hot drink in store every day with a Booths card. Choose from tea, hot chocolate, latte, Americano, white Americano and cappuccino.

You can only get this offer with a permanent Booths card - if you haven't got one already, you'll need to pick up a temporary card in store and register it to receive your permanent card. Booths says you'll receive this within two weeks if you register over the phone or online, but if you register via post it could take up to 30 days.

Then simply show your card at the customer service desk to get a free takeaway cup to use at the self-service coffee machine. It's worth noting you can't get your free drink in the cafe unless you're buying food as well. It's one regular hot drink per Booths cardholder per day.

KFC logoFree KFC wings, fries, popcorn chicken & moreGet free side with its 'Colonel's Club' app

700+ branches

You can get a free KFC side at most UK branches (find your nearest participating store) when you download its free 'Colonel's Club' app from Google Play or the App Store. Sides include two hot wings, small popcorn chicken, regular fries, ice cream sundae or a regular soft drink (norm 80p-£1.70ish).

To get a free side, you usually need to earn three 'chicken stamps' (see 'more info' on how to earn them), but currently, when you sign up to its app, you'll automatically be awarded three stamps to qualify for a free side without spending anything – just scan the app in the restaurant.

You don't need to purchase any food or drink if the side is all you want. KFC says there's no planned end date for this offer, but be aware that it could pull the deal at any time.

What else does the app give me?

After you've claimed your free side, the reward will disappear from the app but the stamps will stay on your account – so if you later spend money at KFC you can accumulate extra stamps on top to earn other rewards.

Spend enough to earn four more stamps (so you'll have seven in total) and you can get a free snack (norm £1.40-£3ish). Collect a further four stamps (so 11 in total) and you can get £5 off any purchase. Once you've reached 11 stamps, the balance reverts to zero but your £5 off is banked in the app and you have three months to redeem it.

More info

The offer isn't available at any motorway service outlets. All stamps expire 12 months from the date of the last stamp being earned and rewards need to be used within three months of being earned.

Free snacks include regular popcorn, snackbox, mini fillet burger, Streetwise Wrap, Krushem, Kreamball, four hot wings, large side or Lil Wrap.

How do I earn 'chicken stamps'?

You'll get one stamp when you spend £3-£14.99 in a single transaction in participating KFC outlets and you'll get two stamps if you spend £15 or more. You can't earn two stamps on two separate £3-£14.99 purchases in the same day – the second transaction would have to be £15 or more.

Waitrose logo'Free' newspaper when you spend £10In-store only for myWaitrose loyalty card holders

Ongoing

If you're the type who prefers the feel of actual paper in their hand rather than a screen, you can get a 'free' newspaper when you spend £10 in-store at Waitrose.

The cost of the paper gets taken off your final bill when you flash/scan your myWaitrose card. You must have a myWaitrose loyalty card to get the deal. If you're not a member, sign up online or in-store – it takes up to five weeks for the card to be posted to you and temporary cards are not accepted.

Papers included are The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday, Scottish Daily Mail, Scottish Mail on Sunday, The Guardian, The Observer, The Times, The Sunday Times, The Sun, Sun on Sunday and Scottish Sun on Sunday. 

You can only do this once a day.

See the MyWaitrose page for more details on how to get a free card. 

More info

For over 18 year olds only. Excludes petrol stations, Shell and Welcome Break, Yateley, Goldsworth Park and Belgravia stores. 

Excluded items (that would make up the £10) include flowers, entertaining, home and hampers, infant formula, tobacco, stamps, mobile top ups, e-Top up vouchers, lottery tickets, gift vouchers, cash back, car park charges and fuel.

Waitrose logo'Free' tea/coffee at WaitroseWith purchase. Via its free loyalty card, choice of hot drinks

Ongoing

Sign up for a myWaitrose loyalty card (click 'Join myWaitrose' on the top-right bar) and get a 'free' regular-sized hot tea or coffee in store every day from the self-service machine with a purchase. Some purchases are excluded, eg, 5p bags (see 'more info' below for full list), but we reckon a 10p banana or 8p carrot might be the cheapest option if you'd still like to pick up your brew.

Choose from Americano, cappuccino, latte, tea, mocha or espresso (decaf options are also available in some stores). If you haven't got one already and sign up using the link above, you'll receive your myWaitrose loyalty card within five weeks. Then simply walk in, make a purchase and swipe your card at the till, then ask for a cup and pick up your free drink.

See our free tea & coffee page for other ways to get a free cuppa.

More info
One free drink per member, per day. Offer excludes hot chocolate and isn't valid at Costa concessions, petrol filling stations, Shell and Welcome Break. Can't be used with other cafe or hot drink offers, or the cafe loyalty card.

Show your card at a manned till or scan it at a quick pay station.

Also excludes tobacco, stamps, mobile top ups, e-Top up vouchers, lottery tickets, gift vouchers, cashback, infant milk formulae, car park charges, fuel and delivery charges.

Mystery Dining by HGEM logoFree food! Mystery dine at Wagamama, Carluccio's & moreShoppers being recruited to dine at big restaurants

UK-wide
Big restaurant chains such as Carluccios, Wagamama and Leon use mystery shopping companies to keep staff on their toes, and ensure food, service and premises are up to scratch.

One of those companies - Mystery Dining by HGEM - recruits diners across the UK. You don't need any previous experience to apply, just good written English, a camera (to take a picture of receipts) and access to the internet so can file a report by noon the next day.

If you're accepted as a reviewer, you can choose assignments from a regularly-updated list in your area - Mystery Dining by HGEM currently works with over 200 companies including restaurants, pubs and entertainment venues. If you're picky, you might do two or three a year, but some do as many as 20 a month. You don't get paid for your visits, but you'll be reimbursed an agreed amount.

Each task varies. Sometimes you'll get a budget that will cover you and a partner or even a whole family, and at other times you'll be asked to purchase specific items or test staff knowledge of certain products and menus.
MSE Michael says:

If you fancy a bit of 'cloak and dagger' identity, mystery shopping can be great fun. My partner and I did it at university and dined out on gratis grub about twice a month - it was a great way to treat ourselves when money was tight.

Stick to the budget you're given and you dine out for nowt, or if you fancy spending a bit more, you can treat it as a discount. The reports take about an hour to write, and I recommend completing it the same evening so you don't forget any of the details.

More info
It's important to remember that not everyone gets accepted and demand for mystery shoppers varies depending on the area of the country you live in - for example, the south east of England is usually particularly well-covered. Travel expenses are not included.

If you don't file your report by 12 noon the next day, you risk not getting paid, and there's a limit on the amount of alcohol you're allowed to purchase. If the company finds out you're half-cut when you file your report (even if you paid for the booze yourself) it can be declared invalid.

There are other mystery shopping companies you can sign up to - some pay a fee as well as reimburse your bill, while others just give you vouchers. See the Boost Your Income guide and the Mystery shopping forum discussion for more tips and info.
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  • Can I afford it?
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Section 75

Free protection for all shopping!

There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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