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  • 'VeryMe' is a free smartphone app for Vodafone customers - it works a lot like O2 Priority.

    If you've got a smartphone on the mobile network Vodafone, you can download a free app called 'VeryMe'.

    Register on the app and it'll show you a mix of discounts, freebies, rewards and competitions that change every so often. It works a lot like O2 Priority but is only available to Vodafone customers.

    Simply download the app and give it a try, as offers change frequently and it's pretty self-explanatory. See Vodafone support for help if you have any questions.

    Examples of what we've seen free in the past include free hot drinks at Greggs or Costa, free wine at Majestic, and free Tesco gift cards.

    The idea is then to check the app, swiping through various offers and rewards until you see something you want. Claiming a reward is usually as straightforward as tapping the screen to get a code to show in store.

Supermarket deals

  • Co-op has brought back its £5 pizza and beer deal, which gets you two pizzas and a four-pack of Budweiser (norm £11ish bought separately). The beer can be swapped for a four-pack of Coke if preferred - you'll still make a similar saving. The offer's running while stocks last in the majority of Co-op stores until Tue 14 Jul (find your nearest and check it's a participating store).

    For the first time, this deal's also available across 355 Co-op 'picking' stores via Deliveroo, though delivery fees may apply. It's also running in-store at selected NISA and Costcutter locations..

    Here's what you can choose from to make up the £5 deal:

    Pizzas - choose two (either one of each or two of a kind)

    • Co-op Thin & Crispy Margherita Pizza (325g) - norm £3.50
    • Co-op Thin & Crispy Pepperoni Pizza (339g) - norm £3.50

    Drinks - choose one pack
     
    • Budweiser 4 x 300ml bottles - norm £4.15
    • Bud Light 4 x 300ml bottles - norm £3 
    • Coca-Cola Classic 4 x 250ml - norm £3.40 
    • Diet Coke 4 x 250ml - norm £3.25 
    • Coca-Cola Zero Sugar 4 x 250ml - norm £3.25


    Make sure to buy your two pizzas and four-pack of drink in one transaction - the offer will be automatically applied at checkout. There are no substitute items if the above are out of stock.

    Are you a student?

    You can get this deal for £4.50 with a 10% student discount card.

    Are you a Co-op member?

    If you've got a Co-op card (membership costs £1), you'll earn back 5% of your spend. That's 25p in this case.

    Visit our supermarket coupons page for more ways to save on the weekly shop.

    • This offer is subject to availability. To take advantage, you must buy the items listed, or the substitutes as specified by Co-op.

      Participating stores

      1,400 of Co-op's 'main estates' stores are participating in this offer, but not the 800 'society stores'.

  • After a successful trial scheme in a few locations, all Lidl stores in England, Scotland and Wales (find your nearest) are now offering £1.50 boxes containing 5kg of 'edible but not perfect' fruit and veg - slightly past its best, but still safe to eat.

    Every day, a limited number of boxes will be available from the time stores open, until midday - when any unsold boxes will be donated to local good causes.

    What you'll actually get is completely random, as the 'Too Good to Waste' boxes are made up on the day with whatever fruit and veg is looking past its best in each store. Some will be bruised or battered, while others might have just escaped from their wrapper - in any case, you'll be able to see what you're getting before you buy.

    Here's what the boxes may look like in store:

    See our blog on Reductions in places you might not expect for how you can save 30% at Lidl, or bag 'yellow-sticker' bargains at B&M, Holland & Barrett and more. 

    MSE Rhiannon says:

    To give a very rough idea of how good this is, I've made up an imaginary 5kg box below including five different fruits and vegetables (1kg of each, using Lidl's prices):

    • Apples - normally 95p for 670g (£1.42/kg).
    • Bananas - normally 76p per 1kg loose.
    • Carrots - normally 59p for a 1kg bag.
    • Onions - normally 82p for a 1kg bag.
    • Potatoes - normally £1.25 for 1kg (50p/kg).


    So at Lidl you'd usually pay £4.84 for this lot, meaning the £1.50 box would save you £3.34 (though you'd save a lot more if your box was full of more expensive, exotic fruits/veg).

  • Discount supermarket Aldi offers online purchases of wine by the case. Standard delivery is normally £3, but Aldi has told us the free delivery is an introductory offer, which is not expected to end soon.

    Wines Aldi is selling by the case include:


    Thanks to forumite xeonander for the original spot.

  • If you go in store or online to Morrisons*, you can get selected vegetables and fruit branded 'wonky', which may be slightly irregular in shape or appearance, but totally fine to eat.

    In most cases it makes Morrisons veg cheaper than all other major supermarkets - including Aldi and Lidl - but what's available will depend on the season and stock in your local store.

    Some examples of wonky veg available include:

    It's worth noting that all of these fruit & veg are provided in non-recyclable packaging. If you're looking to reduce your purchase of single-use plastics, Morrisons also sell a Wonky Vegetable box* for £3.50 which doesn't contain any plastic.

  • If you go online or in some stores to Morrisons*, you can get a selection box of wonky veg for £3.50. Online delivery's from £1 on a minimum order of £40+. See full T&Cs*.

    The wonky veg box will include:

    • Carrots - approx four (large).
    • Onions - approx six (small).
    • Potatoes - approx eight (large).
    • Parsnips - approx three (large).


    It'll also include at least three of a selection of other veg, which could include:

    • Cabbage
    • Swede
    • Cauliflower
    • Leeks
    • Peppers


    We priced up the box based on the included veg plus one cauliflower, swede and a cabbage at Tesco and came to £6.81. However, if you bought the wonky veg from Morrisons plus a swede and a pack of parsnips, it'd cost £3.92.

    So you'll save money with this box, but it might be worth picking up the individual packets of wonky veg instead if you like to know what you'll get.

    It's worth noting that the wonky veg do not come packed in any plastic, just the cardboard box which can be reused or recycled after you've eaten the vegetables. So, this box is good if you're looking to reduce your purchase of single-use plastics.

  • If you're concerned about food waste and believe beauty is on the inside, then you might want to see if you can pick up a wonky veg box for £3.50 in store at Asda*. The boxes, which are available in 550 stores, contain 5kg of peculiar-shaped, odd-sized seasonal veg that wouldn't win any beauty contests - but should be just as nice on the inside.

    Asda says 10,000 boxes are going into 550 participating stores (see the full list) every month - so it's worth going quickly if you want the pick of the wonky crop.

    What's in the box?

    Each box is different but Asda tells us an example might contain about 500g carrots, 1kg potatoes, two onions, two courgettes, one cucumber, one cabbage, 300g leeks, 300g parsnips and three peppers - enough, Asda says, to feed a family of four for a week. If bought normally, this would cost £6ish. Though there are other ways to save on veg, see MSE Coupon Kid Jordon Cox's blog on buying individual veg rather than pre-packaged, Aldi's Super Six and Lidl's vegetable offers.

    Why is Asda doing this?

    Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver says 20%-40% of quality fruit and veg produced by UK farms is wasted in part because supermarkets think we're a superficial bunch who won't buy 'ugly' fruit and veg. The big supermarkets are now under pressure to cut food waste.

    Wonky veg boxes are great if you want to contribute to cutting back on plastic use, food waste, help farmers, and save money (about 30% off Asda's standard prices, it says - but you may find it's cheaper to buy veg individually elsewhere).

    Let us know if you found one of these boxes and what you think of it on Twitter.

Loyalty card discounts

  • If you're a student with an NUS Extra or Totum card, you can get 10% off food and drink (exclusions are listed in 'more info' below) at participating Co-operative Food stores. Just show your card at the checkout to get the discount. Not all stores accept NUS Extra/Totum - check if your local store is participating.

    • Can't be used in conjunction with any other offer apart from Co-op Membership. Discount excludes cigarettes and tobacco, baby milk, products in sale/promotion, stamps, saving schemes, National Lottery, gift vouchers, phone cards, continuity programmes, in-store concessions, PayPoint and newspaper delivery.

  • If you regularly shop in Superdrug* either in stores or online, it's worth picking up a free Superdrug Health & Beautycard* as not only can you collect one point per £1 spent for money off future purchases, you can get exclusive deals, too.

    Every week it has a special 'Treat Thursday' event, with various deals and offers. Examples of previous discounts we’ve seen include a free bottle of water, free delivery, triple points offers and 10% off all own-brand products. 

    If you're collecting points, every 100 points is £1 off a future purchase but unlike Boots, you can part-pay with points and then pay the rest with cash, which means you can use your discounts as soon as you've got 100 points.

  • If you have a Boots Advantage Card, you can get personalised offers and discounts at Boots* by downloading the Boots app. The offers vary for each person, as they are tailored to your shopping habits.

    How to get the app and offers

    • Download the Boots app* via the App Store or Google Play.
    • Go to 'My offers' and sign in using your Advantage Card number. This links your card to the app and you can then select offers by loading them onto your card.
    • Choose the offers you'd like to use in 'Offers just for me' and select 'Load offer to Advantage Card'.
    • Next time you use your Advantage Card, the cashier or self-checkout will ask you if you want to use the offer in that transaction. 
       

    What can I get?

    These are some examples of offers we've seen when trying the app (of course as the offers are personalised, not everyone will receive the same ones):

    • £1.50 off when you spend £15 or more in a single transaction
    • 20% off a shower gel or body wash
    • 100 points when you buy two or more shampoo or conditioner products
       

    What if I don't have a smartphone?

    You can also use the Boots website* to select offers and load them to your Advantage Card. Just register or log-in to view your account and offers.

Having trouble printing?

For starters, make sure your printer is on and has enough paper! Many coupons use Adobe Flash Player software to print, so download the latest Flash software.

If you have a pop-up blocker installed on your web browser, disabling it may help. You may be asked to install a coupon software application before the voucher will print; just follow the instructions to do this. Some anti-virus software will flag up the file but it's not malicious - if you're worried you can always delete it after you've printed the coupons you'd like. Some coupons will allow you to bypass the software download by putting in your mobile number to receive a code.

Finally, coupons often work much better in the Internet Explorer (IE) browser than they do in others. So even if you use another browser, like Firefox or Chrome, have a copy of IE just for coupons.

Grab even more coupons

Coupons are everywhere. Root through junk mail, scout around tills, rip them out of magazines - they all add up. Plus keep an eye on the MSE Forum Printable money-off coupons thread.

The Magazine Offers Thread is another excellent resource, where MoneySavers kindly catalogue all coupons and offers in current magazines. If the magazine costs more than the coupon's worth, it's not worth it. But if you were buying your fave glossy anyway, you're quids in.

Newspaper coupons

Newspapers can be a good source of coupons, often worth £2 and up and normally free in newspapers such as The Metro. You can often grab as many papers as you like and use the same coupons again and again (as long as it's on different shopping trips). Check out our Extreme Couponing guide for more information.

If you'd like to check the forum for newspaper coupons, go to the Discount codes ‘n' voucher Forum board and look at the NEWSPAPER SUMMARY thread.

Be careful with in-store magazines

Coupons from supermarkets’ in-store magazines usually only work in that specific store. So a coupon to save £1 on Pampers from the Asda magazine usually won’t work in Tesco.

Ask for a raincheck voucher

If a special offer item is out of stock, many supermarkets will give you a voucher entitling you to the same deal at a later date. Read a full 'how to' in the Supermarket Savings guide.

Warning! Don't sneak through self-scanning machines

Some self-scanning checkouts let you scan multiple coupons, even when you're not buying the relevant products. These machines operate based on trust, so by deliberately using incorrect coupons without permission you could be accused of fraud.

If you want to use coupons, be upfront and give them to the cashier. Then you're being honest, and it's the store's decision whether to allow it.

Warning! Don't print multiple coupons!

You can usually only use one coupon per person, so those found printing out and using multiple coupons in different names or email addresses could be arrested and charged with fraud. Always check the terms and conditions yourself.