From free football lessons to half price food, there are plenty of bargains out there.
£5 off orders at Deliveroo
Prompted by the government’s scheme, Eat in to Help Out is a set offer from Deliveroo where 100,000 orders every week in September, on Monday to Wednesday, get £5 off.
Minimum order is £20, and it’s targetted mainly at smaller restaurants (but some chains are opting in). So check before you order that the place you are ordering from is taking part. You need to enter the following codes to get the discounts:
Mon 21-Wed 23 Sep: EATIN4
Mon 28-Wed 30 Sep: EATIN5
Up to 70% off at M&S
There’s a whopping sale taking place at M&S at present, with up to 70% on offer in-store and online. It isn’t just clothing, with some of the offers extended to their food range (including these deals on wine).
Free Post alcohol wellness pack from Yeti & Fox
If you’ve ever felt rough from a few drinks the night before, these new packs from Yeti & Fox could help you out. They’re currently giving them away for free, all you need to do it pay the £1.18 postage costs.
Free Apple TV for a week
You can get a free trial of Apple TV at present, which is the tech giant’s streaming service built to go toe to toe with the likes of Netflix and Sky. It will turn into a paid subscription if you don’t cancel before the end of the seven days, which is £4.99 a month.
Better yet if you’ve bought a new Apple device direct from them, or one of their licensed dealers, then you’ll get Apple TV free for a year. For details on both offers head here.
Free kids football lessons with MacDonalds
Macdonalds are running free football lessons for thousands of kids aged 5-11. The classes are ideal for beginners, with FA qualified coaches (the scheme is in partnership with football’s governing body) taking them. See if there is a class near you here.
50% off food at Tesco Cafe, Pizza Hut, & more
The government’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme has finished, but there are still a few restaurants running some version of the discount during September.
We’ve cherrypicked some of them here, including Pizza Hut, Tesco’s Cafe and Harvester.
Disclaimer: All information and links are correct at the time of publishing.