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08 August 2017

Join Sun Savers, our brilliant new rewards club – and get FREE cash just by buying your favourite paper

YOU can get FREE cash with super Sun Savers just for buying your favourite paper.

Our brilliant new rewards club, which launched this week, will pay back our most loyal readers.

Sun Savers is the brand new loyalty scheme from The Sun
Sun Savers is The Sun’s brand new rewards club
The Sun

Just pick up the paper each day to collect your Sun Savers codes and we will GIVE YOU £5 when you have ­collected 28.

This isn’t a one-off and there is no limit to how much cash you can save.

For every 28 codes you enter, we will give you a fiver. So over the course of a year, that could add up to £65.

We are keeping it super-simple. You don’t have to enter codes from consecutive days, so don’t worry if you forget a day or two.

In fact, it is completely up to you how much you save.

Download our easy Sun Savers app and quickly scan your code using your smartphone. Or go online and enter your code at sunsavers.co.uk.

Scan 28 codes from The Sun can you’ll earn one of these!
Simply collect 28 codes and we’ll give you £5 for FREE
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To get you on your way, join today and we will put a bonus £1 in your Sun Savers wallet tomorrow. And the good news doesn’t stop with free cash.

With Sun Savers, we give you the best hacks, deals and tips to save money every single day.

Get a real fiver every time you enter 28 codes from The Sun. Yes really. #sunsavers

What is Sun Savers? Here’s everything you need to know about our new rewards club


TO JOIN: Don’t worry, folks — joining takes just 30 seconds, in three steps.

All we’ll ask of you is your name, your date of birth and an email address to get you on the way to your first crisp fiver.

You can choose to save or cash out straight to your bank account or instantly with Paypal.

Don’t delay — join Sun Savers now, it’s already been a huge hit with our Scottish readers.

Download the free Sun Savers app or go to sunsavers.co.uk to join

 


Avoid card trick

ROYAL Mail has been warning households about a new scam involving missed delivery cards.

They are being posted through letter boxes and encourage people to call a number to claim a parcel.

One unlucky victim claims to have been conned into handing over £45.

ACTIONFRAUD/POLICE UK

With scams on the rise, we spoke to Action Fraud, the national police reporting centre, to get tips to keep you safe.

  1. Do not give out personal information — name, address, bank details or phone number — to anyone you do not trust.
  2. Do not respond to emails asking you to confirm your bank details. Banks will never send messages like this. If in doubt, call your bank using the phone number on a genuine piece of correspondence.
  3. Destroy and preferably shred any receipts with your card details on and any post that has your name and address on.
  4. Make sure your computer has up-to-date anti-virus software and a firewall installed. Ensure that your browser is set to the highest level of security notification and monitoring to prevent you falling victim to malware and computer crimes.
  5. Sign-up to Verified by Visa or MasterCard Secure Code for shopping online. This adds an extra layer of security to transactions with signed-up retailers.
  6. If you receive invoices or receipts for things you haven’t bought, or you are contacted about debts you do not recognise, take action. Your identity may have been stolen.
  7. Get regular copies of your credit file from agencies Callcredit, Equifax, Experian, ClearScore or Noddle. Check it for entries you don’t recognise. An identity protection service such as ProtectMyID will alert you by email or SMS to potentially fraudulent activity.
  8. Be extremely wary of post, phone calls or emails offering you business deals out of the blue. If an offer seems too good to be true, it probably is.
  9. If you have been a victim of fraud, beware of scammers pretending to be a lawyer or a policeman who say they will help you recover the money you’ve already lost.
  10. For advice call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 to speak to a specialist adviser. To report a fraud, call the same number or you can use the online reporting form at action fraud.police.uk/report_fraud.
Garage caught on OWN CCTV cameras damaging Land Rover in 'crash for cash' scam

Keep collecting for new caravan

IT’S too late to start collecting Sun Savers codes to enter our fantastic caravan competition.

But if you have got underway then use the latest code – in your copy of Tuesday’s paper – to keep you in the hunt to win a brand new caravan.

Caravan
Collect ten codes by Tuesday, August 15  to be in with a chance of winning this £40,000 caravan
Shaun Flannery

We are giving away a Willerby Skye two-bedroom caravan and a year’s site fees at a selected Parkdean Resorts park in the UK – worth more than £40,000 to one lucky Sun reader.

It will be the perfect place to relax and enjoy a well-earned break in the UK.

All you have to do is simply collect TEN codes by Tuesday, August 15 to be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize.
T&Cs apply.


Be sitting pretty with garden set

B&M

Save money on this garden furniture[/caption]

SAVE BIG: B&M has slashed prices further in its summer sale. Bargains include this Sorrento Rattan Effect Sofa, above – was £149.99, then £129.99 and now £89.99.
SAVE: £60

SAVE SMALL: Enjoy this linguine with scallops, pancetta and peas from Marks & Spencer, right, for £2.83, down from £4.25 until September 5.

SAVE: £1.42

M&S

Grab a bite for less with this MS linguine[/caption]


 

Get Lastminute bargain in style

ANN SOUTHERBY, from Leeds says: “Get designer items on eBay for under a quid on Lastminute-auction.com. I found an Armani Exchange dress worth £60 for just £2.”

  • Send us your tips to sunsavers@the-sun.co.uk and you’ll get 28 codes worth £5 if your tip is used.

 

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