With the January sales still in full swing, we're not offering you money-off-vouchers, as there are discounts just-about everywhere you look. This week it's all about the freebies...
and a chance to donate to others without it costing you a penny.
Free bookO2 Priority Moments
may only be available to people with an O2 deal, but the deals are enough to make you consider getting a pay-as-you-go SIM. At the moment you can get a free book from Richard and Judy's Spring Book Club from WH Smith. There are 8 to choose from including The Storyteller (Jodi Picoult), Sisterland (Curtis Sittenfeld) and The Rosie Project (Graeme Simsion). However, you'll need to be quick because the deal expires on Saturday.
Donate for free
The users of Hotukdeals.com
have pointed out that you can donate £3 to Breast Cancer Care without it costing you anything, with a deal from Palmers. You'll need to go to the Facebook
page and write a message of support and they'll give £3 to the charity.
The shops may be offering massive discounts on coffee machines, leg-warmers and other vital things, but it's no use to you if your account is starting to feel the pain and you haven't been to the supermarket yet. Fortunately Sainsburys is offering £15 off a £60 online shop for new costumers. Just enter the code XMPR-LTM6-MRKF.
Money for old clothes
If you got a load of new clothes for Christmas, you'll need to make some space in your wardrobe by ditching those you've worn out. It's worth trying eBay to get some decent cash for them, but if you have things that aren't worth selling, you can still cash in on them. Just take a bag of the clothes to H&M for them to recycle and they'll give you a £5 voucher (which you can redeem on any purchase over £30).
Free gym pass
If you've already used your gym pass from last week's Freebie Friday, you'll be needing a new one for your New Year's Resolutions. You can get a free day pass from Nuffield Health by filling your details online here
, and answering a few questions when they call.