There’s a great bunch of money-saving deals and discounts for you to grab this week, including 10% off groceries for students, school uniform bargains and some tips on claiming PPI compensation.
But don’t forget, a bargain is only a good deal if you were planning to splash out on it anyway.
10% off food for students
Savvy students can use their NUS extra card to get 10% off groceries at the Co-op.
On top of that saving, if students become members of the Co-op, they’ll get a further 5% reward when they buy Co-op-branded products and services – with the retailer donating an additional 1% to local causes.
Where are the best school uniform deals?
If you need to get your kids kitted out for school, MoneySavingExpert has put together a rundown of the best deals at Asda, M&S, Next, Sainsbury’s and more.
Back-to-school discount codes
Meanwhile MyVoucherCodesBack To School Survival Kit.a selection of exclusive money-saving discount codes from the likes of Argos, Clarks and Dunelm in its
Win free bluetooth speaker
Anker is giving away 300 Soundcore speakers! To be in with a chance of winning one enter your details in the short form here. The new portable speaker has a 360-degree sound, Bluetooth connection and a beat-driven light show.
New deep pizza offer at M&S
From Wednesday 5 September M&S is launching a new range of Deep & Loaded pizzas with an offer of two pizzas and two sides for just £10, which the chain says will save you up to £8.
The square pizzas, based on those made in Detroit, include Philly Steak Out and Meatball Marinara, will normally sell at £6 each. The offer runs until 2 October.
Until Tuesday 4 September, Three UK customers can pick up a free Naked Juice Smoothie, on its offers and rewards app Wuntu.
British Airways sale
British Airways has a worldwide flights and holidays sale until 25 September.
Deals include a 2-night Naples escape at £99 a person and 7-night Seychelles holiday including breakfast at £979 a person.
There are flights to Miami at £319 and Los Angeles at £369. See all the offers here.
Tip of the week
You now have less than a year to claim for mis-sold PPI. Hannah Maundrell, editor in chief of money.co.uk warns that you should claim yourself and avoid paying a fat fee to a claims management company. Here’s her six tips on how to make a claim :
1. Contact the company that sold you PPI and explain why you believe you were mis-sold PPI.
2. Call your lender to follow up. You may be able to handle the rest of your claim over the phone.
3. Insist you will go to the Financial Ombudsman if you do not get a refund within 14 days.
4. If the company has denied that your PPI policy was mis-sold use a template letter.
5. If the company offers an inadequate settlement, write back to explain why they should pay you more.
6. If you’re not satisfied with the response, take the matter to the free Financial Ombudsman which will decide if you were mis-sold the policy.