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Money Saving Deals

Category: Money

Updated: 13/09/2013
First Published: 13/09/2013

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Our new voucher section allows you to simply search for the latest cracking deals from leading high-street and online retailers as well as the hottest offers from restaurants across the UK.

Top vouchers this week:

• The online electronics retailer Value Basket is offering £5 off online orders of £240 or more. Use code MVC5SEP. This offer expires on 17/09/2013.
• Flying Flowers: Get 10% off all orders when using the code MVC10 (expiry 06/12/2013).
• Sign up to Next's newsletter and receive exclusive discounts.
• Confortel Hotels: Get 5% off your booking when using our exclusive Confortel Hotels voucher code.
• Loch Fyne: Register now and get a complimentary £10 voucher at Loch Fyne restaurants (expiry 26/10/13).
• 20% off your food bill at Café Rouge.
• 25% off your food bill at Ask Italian.


This week it was revealed that the UK's internet users are now consuming more broadband data per month than ever before.

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The latest top deals include an online exclusive broadband and phone deal from BT that offers BT Sport. But hurry, the offer ends in two days!

Meanwhile, Sky is offering half price truly unlimited broadband for 12 months, including a £25 M&S voucher.

Bank accounts

On Monday, the new current account switch service goes live. This means banks and building societies will have to complete the switch process in seven days or less.

On top of this, the new Current Account Switch Guarantee means that customers will be refunded for any interest or charges on their old or new bank account if anything goes wrong during the switch process. So compare the top bank accounts now.

Hot bank account switching deals: first direct pays new customers £125 if they switch to its 1st Account – without First Directory.

Disclaimer: Information is correct as of the date of publication (shown at the top of this article). Any products featured may be withdrawn by their provider or changed at any time.

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