This week's exclusive competition marks the Oscars on Sunday night by offering the chance to win one of 10 NOW TV boxes, including a two-month Sky Movies pass.
With a Now TV box, you just need to connect to Wi-Fi and you should be viewing in minutes. You can buy passes to watch movies and sport, as well as catching up on shows on BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD and Demand 5. For those keen to check out the best of the Oscars past and present before the big night, Quidco is offering an exclusive deal of £12 cashback for new Now TV customers who complete a free trial and buy their first month of the Sky Movies pass.
The deal will allow you to catch up with some of last year's biggest releases, including The Grand Budapest Hotel, as well as watching the Oscar ceremony live on Sunday night. There is no contract required. For full details go to quidco.com/now-tv/.
However, 10 Bargain Hunter readers can get a Now TV box plus atwo-month Sky Movies pass (which normally sells at £19.99) for free. To be in with a chance of winning, send the answer to the following question by Thursday 26 February to firstname.lastname@example.org. The question: who directed The Grand Budapest Hotel?
Move at express pace to get money off a railcard
Until tomorrow you can save £10 on a one-year Family and Friends Railcard, which will give you a third off rail fares for up to four adults, and a 60 per cent reduction for up to four children aged between five and 15. Two adults can be named on the card, so when one isn't using it, the other can. It's on offer for £20 until midnight tomorrow with the code "10HALFTERM" at familyandfriendsrailcard.co.uk/halfterm.
Nectar card is your passport to a free cup of coffee
Nectar cardholders can now get a free coffee at a Caffè Nero. In exchange for 350 points, you can download an instant eVoucher from nectar.com/caffenero to claim a hot drink of your choice. You'll need to show the barista your eVoucher code to claim your drink, but you'll also be able to collect a stamp on your Nero card.
Calling out around the world to winners of an iPhone 6
Last week we gave you the exclusive chance to win one of the latest iPhone 6 mobiles, which were offered to Bargain Hunter readers by Moni, a new money-transfer app designed to simplify sending cash to family and friends abroad.
To win, you needed to answer the question: which classic pop song starts with the words: "Calling out around the world"? As many of you knew, the answer was the Motown classic "Dancing In The Street".
The four lucky winners, who will be contacted direct by Moni, are: R Ferstein of Durham, Brian Fraser of Inverness, Jane Morris of Rugby, and Mark Riach of Bournemouth.
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