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02 July 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.

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

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.


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


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.

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!

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

Sun Savers has already been a huge hit with our Scottish readers.

But you don’t just have to take our word for it.

See what our happy reader has to say about being among the first members of our rewards club.


Cashing in after ATM gaffe

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Dad Andy Ware cashed in with Sun Savers deals after ATM gaffe
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DAD Andy Ware, 47, of Havant, Hants, believes in the saying “never look a gift horse in the mouth” – so joined Sun Savers.

He says: “My son Marcus, 11, pointed out that by the end of the year I’ll have an extra £65. That’s brilliant. I’ve read The Sun all my life, now I’m getting money back for my loyalty.

“I recently lost £60 when I walked away from a cash machine without picking up the money.

“I was gutted, but thanks to Sun Savers I’ll be no worse off.

“It takes seconds to type in the code on my iPad every evening. Easy.”

Stop it, you shopaholic

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Retail therapy can prove painful for shoppers later, so we offer tips for how to curb costly impulses
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YOU may think you are a savvy shopper . . . but us Brits waste an average of £2,000 every year on impulse buys.
Men are the worst culprits, buying items they don’t need twice as often as women, according to a recent Norton Finance study.
So how can you curb those costly habits and keep cash in the bank?
Paul Stringer, boss of the finance firm, said: “It’s lovely to have small luxuries but it also pays to keep an eye on spending throughout the week.
“More often than not, when people think about what they spend on impulsive purchases, it’s much higher than they thought.”
Here are the top six tips to help.

  1. Don’t shop when emotional. You are more susceptible to impulse spending when upset. If you do feel out of sorts, wait until you have calmed down to see if you still want that big buy.
  2. Always plan your purchases. Making a shopping list can help you stick to what you need and stop you swerving off course when you are scouring the aisles.
  3. Stop and think. Sometimes sales aren’t what they seem. If you see a half-price TV and feel the need to pick it up, stop to think about whether you need it and if this is really the lowest price you can find
  4. Use cash. If you want to make purchases feel more substantial, withdraw money from the ATM and pay with cash rather than using a credit card, where it is easier to rack up your spending without feeling the pull on your pockets.
  5. Curb your shopping time. The less frequently you shop, the less chance you have to spend, plain and simple. If you find that you are going shopping three times per week, can you cut this down to just a single trip instead?
  6. Buy online whenever possible. You can check prices quickly, so you know whether you are getting a good deal. Reading reviews from other customers can help you keep a level head when deciding.

Keep safe and keep saving

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Put your family in the driving seat with this deal

SAVE BIG: Put your family in the driving seat. Recaro Optia Group 1 Car Seat in Carbon was £160, now £112 at johnlewis.com. SAVE: £48
SAVE SMALL: This isn’t half a good deal. Buy a 1L Cuprinol Garden Shades fence and shed paint and get another free at Wickes. But be quick, offer ends Monday night. SAVE: £12.99

Stay in control of the wardrobe

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Our reader offers tips for how to manage your spending by taking care of your wardrobe
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READER Lisa Moore, from Swindon, says: “Before you buy any clothes, check first if you have something similar in your wardrobe.

“Follow a ‘one in, one out’ policy so you sell a garment before you buy another.”


—  SEND us your tips to sunsavers@the-sun.co.uk and you will get 28 codes worth £5 if your tip is used.


Discount lesson to be learned

Marks & Spencer
Marks & Spencer is offering 20 per cent off gear for young scholars

GO to the top of the class by buying your school uniform early and saving.

Marks & Spencer is offering 20 per cent off gear for young scholars until tomorrow.


— PRICES are correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers are subject to availability.


 

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