Are you after an Apple tablet? No, we’re not talking about space pills that astronauts have for their tea, but rather, iPads and all that jazz. Y’know? The thing that people buy pretending it is for work, when really, it is just for faffing?
Well, if you’ve been priced out, check this out. You can get an Apple iPad Mini with retina display for £174.25. There’s also deals on iPad Air and iPad Air 2 devices as well. Click here and have a look.
PS Plus 12 months for £23.99
Lidl £5 off a £40 spend – click here for details
The Very Hungry Caterpillar for 10p
Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch £100.29 delivered
480gb Sandisk Ultra II SSD SATA III 2.5″ SSD for £109.98
Google Nexus 6 for £259.52 using code
7 night villa stays from only £46.43 per person in Costa Del Sol, Corfu, Algarve
Lenovo 8″ 16GB tablet for £44.99 with code
Black & Decker angle-grinder for £20
My Little Pony Pinkie Pie toy – was £29.99, now £9.99
Paying for internet access can be pricey, but we’ve found a deal which is really very, very good indeed. If you’re unhappy with your broadband provider, see how much it’ll cost you to leave early, to weigh up how valuable or not this deal will be.
So what’s the score? Sky deal - 12 months free broadband unlimited, plus 12 months half price line rental. Oh, and you get £100 bill credit too! How much? £5.35 per month, for the year. Get on that right now before the codes run out.
Post Office mobile £5 30-day bundle – 250 mins, 3000 texts, 500mb data, plus bonus credit
Get a free 6×4 acrylic print for £1.99
Total War games bundle for 64p
12 month SIM-only – 4gig 4G internet, 600 mins, 2000 min for Three to Three and unlimited texts for £156
Earn Tesco ClubCard points worth upto 4-times in rewards
Pioneer 100w subwoofer for £4.99
Ghostbusters 1 & 2 Blu-ray digibook, region-free, £12.13 delivered
Morocco £100 per person, 4 day/3 night holiday
Do you wish you could drive around in your car at 100mph without a single regard for anyone else? Wish you could crash multiple times without losing all your blood and breaking every bone? Well, you need some video games in your life.
One of the best driving games ever, is the Colin McRae Rally series and you can get it on Google Play for a staggering 10p! TEN PENCE! If you want in on this, click here and you’ll be razzing the crap out of an Audi in no time.
£5 tickets for under-16s for Manchester City versus Juventus in the Champions League
Haagen Dazs ice-cream, 500ml for £2
Microsoft Lumia 640 dual-sim for £124.95
This week’s Lidl offers
Super Mario Maker with art-book for Wii U, £29.56 with code
Sandisk 32gb 3.0 mini USB for £6.86
50% off Jimmy Choo men’s eau-de-toilette spray 100ml for £30.99
Ex Machina on Blu-ray for £7
So there’s a chance that you’re a student who has just gone back to university this weekend, or indeed, you’re a fresher who is finding their way around your new digs. Either way, your money is going to disappear very quickly indeed.
One of the things you’ll resent spending money on, is books. Of course, there are ways of getting books for free in certain places on the internet which we couldn’t possibly mention, or indeed, you might want to go down the library and photocopy loads of pages of required textbooks.
If you need to buy some essentials though, like law books or set-in-stone reference books, then if you’re having no joy on eBay or down the second-hand book shop, you can get on Amazon who are offering an extra 10% off textbooks, provided you’re an Amazon student member.
This particular offer is valid until 23rd October, and you can get the money off books that are already discounted. The good thing is that you can sign-up free for 6 months.
Click here for your 6 month Amazon student account trial, but keep an eye on it because this will auto-renew, unless you cancel your account before the 6 months is up, or you set your account to not automatically convert before the trial period expires. It’ll then cost you £39 a year. It is basically the student version of Amazon Prime.
To get your discount on the textbooks, you’ll need to be an Amazon Student Member, where you can enter the discount code of TEXTBOOK10 at the checkout.
Now, get that sorted out and you can treat yourself to some jagerbombs and a fingering at a foam party. Enjoy!
Looking for a new console to play video games on? Want to work on your arsegroove in the sofa while hammering buttons like your life depends on it? Well, you’re in luck as we’ve got some good deals on consoles today!
If you’re looking for a PlayStation 4, you can get a nice new one for £259.85! Or, if you’ve been after an Xbox One, then you can pre-order one with a Fifa 16 bundle for £270. If you want a Wii, then we suggest making friends with an elderly person.
Hammer multi-tool for 93p
2 main courses and 2 kids meals for £10 at Fayre & Square pubs
Super Meat Boy on PS4 and PS Vita for free!
Sandisk SSD Plus 240gb sataIII 2.5inch SSD £49.99 with code
Seiki 39″ 4K TV for £209.99
Duracell precharged rechargeable AA batteries 4-pack for £6.39
House of Cards – complete first and second season set on Blu Ray for £13.68
Flights from £4.99 from London
Refurbed Hudl tablets for £40
If you’ve been wanting a new console, specifically a PlayStation 4, then you’re in all kinds of luck. You’ll never have to go outside again, and you’ll only have to stand up for toilet visits (unless we source some good prices on colostomy bags).
So what’s the craic? You can get a Sony PlayStation 4 (the 500GB one) for just £249.99! That’s a very good price. If you want to get in on this deal, hurry while stocks last, and click here. Let the button bashing commence!
Megathread of booze deals from all the supermarkets
Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch for £119.99
Free deliveries from Tesco for a month
SamsungEVO micro SDHC 32GB class 10 UHS 1 card for £7.49
Sunset Overdrive on Xbox One for £13.96 with code
British summer bouquet of flowers including free vase for £9.99
Outdoor round firepit for £9.99
Dell laptop for £115.99
You might think barbecue season is over, but it isn’t. There’s always a bit of sun in September and, more to the point, there’ll be summers in the future. Apart from you – you’ll be meeting a sticky end before then.
Anyway, if you’re after buying yourself a BBQ, then get this – barbecues have been reduced from £89.99 to £9.99, and you should act quickly before they sell out. You can whip it out when the weather gets nice again.
£100 off code for sterling silver diamond twist pendant – £3.20 with code
Exclusive next-day delivery for parcels up 20kg for £5.99
24 pack of Coca Cola for £6
1 night stay with 2 course dinner with prosecco, for two, for £49
Goodyear Eagle F1 tyres for £62.07
Samsung 850 Evo 500 GB 2.5 inch solid state drive for £125.02
Levis jeans for £20 in flash sale
Sony 55″ smart 3D ultra HD 4K LED TV for £999
Lidl half-price weekend offers
Ryanair, whether you like it or not, are going to remain popular because they’re cheap. One of the big gripes people have, is that they skin customers when it comes to charging for baggage. Well, here’s a thing…
There’s a great little cheat where you can save a lot of money when you’re travelling with Ryaniar. It is a surprisingly simple trick, and if you want in, have a look here where you’ll find everything you need to know.
LED light bulbs for £1
Great price for Dell Inspiron micro desktop – £99 brand new
Whole lobster for £2.50
One night stay for a family of four in a Family Room with breakfast and tickets to Cadbury World/Sea Life/West Mid Safari Park/Warwick Castle for £99
British Airways flights to New York for £299 for 24 hours only
Earn four times on Tesco ClubCard points
Football Manager 2016 on PC for £19.94
Asus memo pad tablet for £49
Breaking Bad eh? Everyone went on about it so hard that there’s scores of people who flat-out refused to watch it, no matter how good it was. Well, now that the hype has died down, you might be ready to dip your toe in.
So with that, you can get the complete series of Breaking Bad on Blu-Ray (with downloads too) for the very reasonable price of £39.27. You’ll need a code, but that’s okay, as we have it. Get on the deal here.
Ryse: Son of Rome on Xbox One for £5.69
Virgin Media 50mb broadband £5 plus line-rental, 12 months contract £21.99 or less p/m
Motorola Moto X Play for £233.32
Cafe Nero – free coffee when you buy a cake with this deal
Fast and Furious 7 movie collection boxset for £28
Somerset country house getaway, with breakfast, complimentary WiFi and champagne for £62.10 per couple
Android TV box for £28.99
Asahi lager 500ml – only £1.25
Kingston tiny USB micro SD reader for £1.57
Wii U Super Mario Maker with exclusive boxed Nintendo pin-badges for £33.99
Want to go and look at some wild animals that are asleep in a field? Want a monkey to crap down your windscreen while stealing the rubber off your wipers? Sounds like you need a trip to a safari park!
And you can! On the cheap! You can get tickets for Knowsley Safari Park for £10 per car (that’s up to 7 people if you can fit them in), which is good value for your money. Want in? Click here to find out more.
12 month Xbox Live gold-membership for £18.79
Intel core i7 gaming PC for £639
Thorpe Park 12 month annual-pass for £49.99
Mini wireless keyboard, with touchpad for £6.99
Nintendo 3DS with Kid Icarus: Uprising and Professor Layton & the Miracle Mask for £129
Atari 80 game collection (on PC) for £2.37
Nokia Lumia £129 unlocked
The A-Team series 1-5 on DVD for £20
Android TV player for £37.99
Do you need coffee? You look knackered and could do with a pick-me-up. Seriously. Those bags under your eyes look like two sleeping flesh-coloured snails. If you can’t nap at work, then we can get you a cheap caffeine shot.
If you have a Sainsbury’s Nectar Card, then a measly 50 Nectar Card points (that equates to around 25p) will get you any hot drink at Caffe Nero. Now, this is only until the 9th September, so don’t mess around waiting for it. Get on the deal here.
Portable HDD passport ultra 2TB for £49.99
12 bottles of Tiger lager for £6
3 Panasonic cordless phones for £19.99
Iron Maiden ‘Book of Souls’ album, with Trooper beer and pint glass, for £14
Gone Girl book for only 99p
Forza 5 Xbox One for £10.99
Microwave oven for £34.99
Lenovo laptop for £147.47
Folding beach/garden chair for £3.99
Gamers! How are you? Alright? Good. We’ve got a deal for you PlayStation owners, and it really is a ridiculous bargain, especially if you’ve been itching to play Rayman recently. This is just the thing.
You can get Rayman 1 and 2 for 80p each. The amount of hours of pleasure you’ll get from that, and for the price offered, it is basically stealing. Have a look here if you want in on this great deal.
NowTV Sky Sports day pass – free with Pringles using code
£10 dinner for 2 from Waitrose (main, side, starter, desert, wine and all that)
New TSB Classic Plus Current Account – Now 5% cashback on contactless purchases (in addition to 5% interest on balance and 5% regular savings account)
Google Nexus 6 for £286.89
Panasonic AA x4 rechargeable batteries for £3.99
Lidl half price weekend offers
Les Paul sunburst electric guitar for £158.53 delivered
Logitech Z323 speaker-system £19.99 delivered
Asda Anytime delivery pass for £2.50 per month
Lego Star Wars storage case for £6.99
Have you got children who are off to university? Indeed, are you going to live on your own for the first time and need to buy yourself a load of bits to ensure you don’t perish in your student halls? Well, here’s a thing.
You can get a load of student essentials (no, we don’t mean bottles of Jager and 60 litres of lube) to keep you going. At Argos, there’s 3-for-2 student essentials, so stock up on pans, plates and all manner of other useful stuff. Check it out.
PS4 Dualshock 4 wireless controller in white or red, for £34.97
Sandisk 960GB ultra II sataIII 2.5inch SSD for £199.98
2 year fixed-rate HSBC mortgage @ 1.89%, max LTV 60%, 0% booking fee for customers
Bioshock Infinite on Steam for £1
Tefal Illusion 32cm frying pan – was £27, now £10.80
Lego helicarrier for £214.99
Toshiba 4tb external hard-drive £83.99 delivered
Caffe Nero – buy a £20 gift card for £10
Have you got yourself an American Express card? How lovely. Well done you. Well, you should know about the myriad of offers you can get stuck into, thanks to being pals with AMEX. And we’re going to point you in the direction of them.
You can get £10 back on a £50 from Gap, and a similar deal over at Argos, and a bunch of others. To get stuck in, click here and you’ll find out everything you need to know. Happy savings!
Sennheiser CX 300 II precision noise-isolating earphones for £20
Panasonic Viera LED 4K ultra HD 3D 48″ TV for £574
Cheap fuel at Sainsbury’s!
Clint Eastwood boxset Blu-Ray collection for £24 delivered with code
Heavy duty brick chisel with hand guard for £2.99
Ultimate Guitar Tabs & Chords for 10p
Sleeping Dogs: definitive edition on PS4/Xbox One for £11.99
Cairns G300 3 gas-burner BBQ for £25
Bose mini soundlink II for £125
Are you looking for a new laptop? Threw your old one under a bus after getting stuffed on Football Manager? Headbutted a hole in the screen because someone riled you up on Twitter? Fear not. We’re here to help.
You can get your hands on an Asus Chromebook/tablet twofer, for the very reasonable price of £199! You also get a Chromecast thrown in too, which is just great. If you want this, click here and get your card out.
Nexus 7 for £79
Eurostar express sale – returns to Paris for £64 and more
Hudl 2 for £83 with coupon
Beats Solo HD headphones for £37.25
New Kindle Paperwhite for £89
Lenovo i3 laptop for £219 with code
Breaking Bad action figure – Jesse Pinkman – £5.99 delivered
Gatwick-Orlando return flights for £231.98
Kindle Fire HD for £57.99