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Poundland has launched online, meaning you can buy their wares on the internet. There’ll be the usual items available, like shampoo and packs of biros, but there’ll also be Poundland’s own brands like the Jane Asher kitchen range and Tommy Walsh’s DIY stuff.
There’s no minimum order value, but it will charge you £4 for delivery. You can buy in bulk, and if you spend over £50, delivery will be free.
Jim McCarthy, Poundland’s chief executive, said: “The online shopping market is a rapidly growing channel and one which could provide a significant potential opportunity for us. This trial is an important first step towards giving more customers access to our amazing value.”
This follows Poundland’s £55m takeover of the 99p Stores, as the company expand in the UK. They’ve got nearly 600 shops now throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland. Sales have been up too, rising by 11.4% and of course, profits are up as well.
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
Listen, we all know certain companies are a bit wayward with tax and that you should support your local independents – but Starbucks isn’t going away and people like it. So with that, you can get a drink from them, and get another one free.
So what’s the craic? Well, you can get any size of drink from Starbucks and get another one free (the cheapest one is the one you won’t pay for). To get the deal, you’ll pay with the Starbucks app or Starbucks card. Click here to find out what you can get.
12 month Xbox Live Gold membership for £19.94
Seiki 39″ 4K UHD TV for £189.99
Google Nexus 7 for £100
Limited edition Metal Gear Solid V PS4 console with Now TV 3 month pass for £319.99
Complete Futurama boxset for £29.99
Kingston 32gb micro SD card, class 10 with adapter, for £6.99
Tesco Surf washing powder – was £9, now £4.50
5 pack of disposable barbecues for £3
Sandisk 8gb MP3 player for £22.99
Well, why didn’t you say? You can get yourself an Amazon Fire Stick for £25, which is rather good. Get on that and you’ll never leave the sofa again and, quite frankly, who would want to?
Xbox Games with Gold for September
Up to 50% off Reebok clobber
BP cut fuel prices
Nexus 6 32GB for £277.11 delivered
Xbox Live – 12 months for £20.39 with code
Roth bookshelf speakers for £19.95
Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch for £124.95
Xbox One 500gb console for £216.75
LG G Flex for £244.99
Got a hankering for a small treat, but don’t want to spend too much money? Need to take nana somewhere and she’s tired of watching you get trolleyed down the pub while you ignore her in favour of mucking about on the gamblers? How about afternoon tea?
Well, you can get afternoon tea, including a sandwich, a pot of of tea and a choice of a scone, an eclair or an egg custard… for the frankly insulting price of £1.24. If this sounds like your thing, click here and find out more.
Samsung M3 1tb USB 3.0 slimline portable hard-drive for £37.99
PS4 plus 3 free games for £289
Direct flights to New York for LHR, 7 nights hotel, from £576pp
Kingston 64gb USB 3.1 £12.99, or 2 for £25
Microsoft Surface 2 tablet for £109
Dubai return flights for £175
NowTV new version for £15
20% off selected lingerie at M&S
Want to listen to music in the shower? Like singing along to your favourite hits without putting the radio in the water with you until you electrocute yourself to death? Well, we’ve got a decent little deal for you.
You can get this cool waterproof bluetooth shower speaker, so you can warble your favourite songs while doing bubbly trumps. Through Amazon Prime, it’ll cost you £3.99, without, it’ll be £7.98. Have a look.
Rotating Rampant Rabbit for £20
Earn x4 Tesco ClubCard points
Metro Redux on PS4 for £10.10 delivered
Giant ‘Defy 5′ road bike for £352
£20 Amex credit with £45 spend
Nintendo Wii U basic 8gb starter-pack for £124.99
Virgin Trains East Coast sale – tickets for £10
You’ve probably heard a lot about Banksy’s new theme park, called Dismaland. It is basically a place where everything is grotty and screaming ‘OOOH! MADE YOU THINK!’ Of course, that’ll be right up the street for a number of you, so here’s a good deal for you.
You can get tickets for Banky’s bemusement park Dismaland for a measly £3 per person. If you want to give some under 5s nightmares, they can get in for free. So, if you’re interested, click here and find out more.
Classic swingball set – now £5
Ivory wedding dress – was £110, now £26.40 with code
Motorola Google Nexus 6 for £314.99
Windows 8 Pro for £14
Indiana Jones complete boxset for £20
64gb micro SD card £11.99 delivered
On The Buses complete 11 disc boxset for £15.60
60% off items at M&S sale
After a new phone? Want a new model for a decent price because you threw your last phone at a wall during a blazing argument with yourself over something fantastically petty? Good work. Also, we can help.
While we’re not offering anger management classes, we can alert you to a great price for a new Samsung Galaxy S6 (32GB). You can have it for £384.34. You’ll need a code for that price, which you can get here.
MORE DEALS FOR YOU!
Darth Vader PlayStation 4 – limited edition and delivered to you for £324.26
Lidl half price weekend offers
Splatoon on Wii U for £19.99
Beko washing machine for £179
Battlestar Galactica complete boxset on Blu Ray for £25.99
Nokia Lumia 630 sim-free for £49.99
Lenovo Yoga 2 tablet for £149
Vango Bravo 300 – 3 person tent for £36.74
The ailing supermarket said that they’re going to expand their Brand Match scheme to online orders from August 19th.
You’ll know this scheme if you’ve been in one of their stores any time since 2011.
Basically, it works like this – Sainsbury’s prices are compared with similar branded groceries at Asda and, if Asda are cheaper on a basket of at least 10 items, Sainsbury’s customers get a money off coupon for the difference, which you can spend on your next shop.
Or, you could forget about having a pocket full of vouchers for 28p, and just shop somewhere that is cheaper in the first place. And people wonder why everyone’s off to Aldi and Lidl.
That might be why Sainsbury’s posted a sixth straight quarter of falling underlying sales in June, and have seen their share price drop by 19% over the last 12 months.
Ever wanted to fly in a helicopter? Wanted to feel like you’re part of the jet set without all the mither that goes with it? Do you want to sit in a cockpit and pretend you’re sat in Airwolf for a bit?
Good news! You can with a 12-mile helicopter flight! It was £99, but now, with a code, you can have it for £45.43. You’ll need to click here to get at this deal. This could make a good gift for someone, or yourself.
EVEN MORE DEALS!
Personalised solid chrome cat ID tag with free engraving – £1.55 delivered
Samsung Galaxy s6/edge wireless charging pad for £13.95
Moto X Play for £269 using code
Co-op £5 meal deal
Pro Evo 2016 on Xbox One for £29.75
Roku 2 TV player with 3 month Now TV for £28.99
All You Can Eat fry-up breakfast at BHS for just £3.99
Hibiscus plant for £3.99
Well, NCP have a deal where you can get all day weekend parking for a paltry £5 at a host of locations. So if you’re going to London for the weekend, this could be right up your street. Have a look at the deal here.
Children’s 20″ bike – ideal for Christmas – for £37.99 (was £139.99)
Gourmet Burger Kitchen’s 2-for-£10 deal is back
Bottom – complete series DVD boxset – £7.19 with code
50% off Domino’s pizza
Sharp Aquos 40″ full HD LED TV for £179.90 (with ClubCard boost)
PlayStation TV for £34.85
2 man dome tent for £10
Lenovo 19.5″ laptop for £189.99
Xbox One with FIFA 15 for £249.99
Children are expensive. They grow out of everything and break stuff and need constant food and all-manner of nonsense. They’re a drain, but they are – if Whitney is to be believed – our future. So obviously, we need to teach them well and let them lead the way.
With that, they’re going to need some new school uniform and supplies, or else they’re doomed and destined to failure, ringing up talk-radio in the day for a moan, instead of listening in class.
While Bitterwallet can’t do anything about your child’s attention span or the quality of their schooling, we can alert you to the fact that there’s going to be a Back to School price war on, where all the supermarkets will be vying for your attention with cheap gear.
Sainsbury’s are going to apply their ‘brand match’ promise on loads of things online, while Tesco is getting ready for another knock-down in prices across the board, after they reviewed their strategies.
There’s going to be discounts on school stationery, blouses and uniforms, and even food items such as burgers, which is good news for all.
We’ve found a deal where you can go to Normandy in That France for 4 night (return flight and a 3* hotel) for just £42.98 per person. That’s alright isn’t it? You’ll be up to your groin in fancy cheese before you know it. Have a look here.
Panasonic AAA batteries 4 pack for 99p with 4 free.
Sandisk 240gb SSD for £49.99
25% off Tu clothing
Doogee X5 smartphone for £38
Tresemme – any shampoo and conditioner, for £1.95
Mass Effect 1, 2 and 3 for £11.37
13 Sky channels and Sky Movies for a month for just £1
Asus Memo Pad 7 for £59.95
You can get 1,000 Nectar card points when you redeem 500. The offer says that, if you redeem 500 points at Argos, you get 1,000 back. It expires on the 19th August, so act sharpish if you want in. Find out more here.
4-man single-skin tent for £5!
Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor (game of the year edition) on PS4 for £19.99
Komodo chilli pepper – the hottest in the UK! – 15g pack on sale for £1
Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch for £149.99
21 litre family cool-bag now £2
Logitech wireless keyboard touchpad – half-price, now £15.65
34 night cruise to Canada for £1,299
Panasonic microwave – was £59, now £17.50
Stainless-steel vacuum flask for £1