Jonathan Campbell brings together the best deals on the web and on Main Street
:: BURGER King is running a “12 Days of Whopper” promotion through its app until close of business on Sunday December 12th. Saturday 4th December, Royale or Free Whopper on Monday 6th December, six nuggets for 99p on Tuesday 7th December, a Â£ 1 Whopper on Wednesday 8th December and a double cheeseburger for Â£ 3.99 on Thursday 9th December. Whopper offers include the herbal version. For more information, visit burgerking.co.uk/12-days-of-whopper.
:: Never tried Spotify Premium? Sign up by December 31 to get three months free (worth Â£ 29.97, as offer only applies to the individual plan). If you don’t want to be automatically billed at Â£ 9.99 per month after the free period ends, you need to cancel your subscription. For more information, visit spotify.com/uk/premium.
:: VoucherCodes gets an exclusive 30% discount on orders from Adidas or an additional 20% on items already discounted during the Cyber ââMonday event of the sportswear site. The code is valid until December 31st and does not apply to items marked “Exclusive to Adidas”. Subscribe to the Adidas mailing list to also get 20% off a future order.
:: NHS employees get an exclusive 15% discount at New Look via vouchercodes.co.uk until December 31st. Discount applies to full-priced items only and excludes brands.
:: Until January 4th, students get Â£ 5 off orders over Â£ 30 on boots.com with a code from vouchercodes.co.uk. You must be logged in to the Boots site to redeem the code. Notable exclusions of qualifying expenses are Kindle, Fitbit, Dyson Hair Dryer, Dyson Airwrap, and Infant Formula / Milk.
:: The American Express Shop Small promotion has started. Until December 15, cardholders who spend Â£ 15 at participating small businesses will receive Â£ 5 back, up to a maximum of Â£ 25 (i.e. five transactions). Get all the details at americanexpress.com/uk/benefits/shop-small.
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