Like the foo fighters? Well, Google has their EP Saint Cecilla absolutely free, just click and download. I assume it’s both sides of the pond
Amazon have a deal which you might have missed if you weren’t looking, they have HALF price rentals for prime members on top movies (see list below). Rent for just £1.99 (Or even free*)
You can hire top film rentals on AMAZON PRIME UK
If you order certain things off Amazon Prime, you can get £1 off your rentals (or collect and pay for them in full) by choosing ‘no speed delivery’ in the delivery options. I have had two movie rentals free so far, and have enough money saved up for another two.
Terms & Conditions
The Prime Member Deals promotion only applies to Amazon Prime, Prime Video, Amazon Student or Household account members (“Qualifying Customers”) located in the UK who rent selected movies on Amazon Video accessible via http://www.amazon.co.uk/video between 09:00 on 12 July 2017 and 10:00 on 11 September 2017 (the “Promotional Period”).
During the Promotional Period, Qualifying Customers can purchase selected movies on Amazon Video identified as part of this Offer (each a “Qualifying Item”) at the indicated discount (the “Offer”).
Qualifying Items will be subject to change and will vary throughout the Promotional Period.
The Offer is only available to Qualifying Customers. Any customers who are not Qualifying Customers (including Non-Prime customers) are not eligible for the Offer. The Offer is only valid during the Promotional Period on Qualifying Items. Offer only applies to rentals of Qualifying Items purchased from the Amazon.co.uk site.
Qualifying Customers must complete their purchase of the Qualifying Items during the Promotional Period in order to take advantage of the Offer.
Amazon Video reserves the right to withdraw or amend the Offer without notice at any time.
Grab some FREE Kindle books, if you buy some of these books in paper back they sell for up to £8.99. Check freebie
See film first are offering people the chance to see BayWatch The Movie for free. Just click through and complete the details required. Check freebie
This information applies to Both the UK and USA
NEW: A new Amazon offer site is now running in the form of Elite Deal Club It is the same as described below, with fewer items, which are renewed daily. Items go live about 10am and are taken off later in the day Check Elite Deal Club
Do you like trying products? Do you shop on Amazon? Then why not combine the best of both with a couple of websites, we’ve belonged to for a good while now (about two years). The first is AMZ. ONE Deals club. The second is Vipon. Both websites work identically and indeed have a similar feel, but you can truly get some great deals and freebies on both sites – I know, I’ve had lots.
So how do they work? Firstly click through a join either (or both) websites. As we’ve previously said both sites are pretty much the same, although they do contain differing items for sale. Once you log into your account, click on the link that says ‘go shopping‘ Pages of items currently on sale will appear and you have the joy of scrolling through to see if you would like to buy anything. Some discounts are not hugely great, and you may apply for the discount and not get it – so it’s not guaranteed in any way. Both sites allow you to pick 150 offers per month. In exchange they ‘like’ you to write a review (no declaration is now required, unlike when I first started with them), but it is not obligatory these days. You need to check back to see if you have been accepted (usually nearing the end date of the offer, although next day has been done on several times). Sometimes an email is sent to say you have got the offer, but not always. So if you get the offer, simply go to ‘check requests’ scroll down and accept the voucher. A code will instantly appear, you then click through (after copying the code) and click through to Amazon to buy the codes. It is IMPORTANT that you enter the discount code into the box at checkout. Once checkout is complete you can sit back and wait for your deal.
What goods do they have?
What have we had?
What are the discounts?
Obviously they vary from seller to seller, but for all the items I can remember in the list above I paid a total of about £10 (including delivery). Considering the total is many times that amount, its a bargain. Discounts vary from a few pound off to Free (and free is always good)
What are the websites again?
Are they worth the effort?
In my opinion, yes they are. We’ve had plenty of free or very near free offers. We have also managed to get lucky on some deals for electronic items. If you’re into ladies clothing they’ve had loads of that on there recently. And phone screens and cases etc are a normal on the sites, either free or pennies. Obviously it’s not worth trying for a deal just because you can, but for us it works and we are happy with everything we have had. What is worth bearing in mind is that every sale comes from the Amazon website (even though it might be a seller on there)
Have you had any problems?
The worst thing that has happened to me is that a few codes haven’t worked, I then simply do not buy the product and contact the seller to let them know. In reality, of all the deals I have applied for, only two failed this way. Otherwise, I can truly say I haven’t had any issues
Why don’t you get all the deals you apply for?
In a nutshell, they are quite popular websites. Meaning there are a lot of users, if all users apply for the deals – it’s right to think that only ‘some’ will be lucky to get some deals.
Can I narrow the search of the masses of deals?
Yes, it is easy to do such a thing. Near the top there is a search bar, where you can narrow your search done by category, country, low to high/newest/expiring soonest etc. For example going this way you could search for Clothing on Amazon.co.uk or electronics on Amazon.com