Bargain Hunter: Win the latest Apple iPhone in our exclusive competition

 

Money-saving site VoucherCodes.co.uk has just relaunched its app for the latest Apple iPhone 5C and now wants two Bargain Hunter readers to give it a try. To help it's offering two brand-new green 16gb versions of the phone, which normally retails at £469 at the Apple Store, to readers who can answer a simple question.

The VoucherCodes.co.uk app delivers discounts on the UK's leading high street stores, restaurants and experiences direct to consumers' smartphones, removing the need to trawl the web for offers or print out vouchers at home.

To be in with a chance of winning one of the two green iPhones with the app already downloaded, send the answer to the following question to yourmoney@independent.co.uk by Saturday 30 November 2013: In her hit single Price Tag, Jessie J said "We don't need your money, money, money, We just wanna make the world..." what?

Switch on to money-off deals with Maplins offer

Electronics specialist retailer Maplins is offering a range of daily deals next week until Saturday. On Monday the top deal will be a fiver off a Belkin USB car charger, down to £24.99, while on Tuesday a portable LED lighting system will be cut by £30 to £219.99. Other deals offered during the week include £35 off a £114.99 headset and £20 off a Black & Decker steam mop. www.maplin.co.uk

Tesco uncorks booze price cut after withdrawn deal

Our story last week about Tesco scrapping its long-standing 5 per cent off when you buy six bottles of wine deal seems to have provoked a quick reaction from the supermarket giant. It is now offering 25 per cent off any six or more bottles of wine, champagne, port and sherry. The deal includes bottles already on offer but runs out on Sunday 1 December, which means you need to get your orders in within the next week to qualify for the discount. Still time to stock up on Christmas booze.

Get the present you always wanted and help out charity

There's a novel way of avoiding unwanted presents and possibly helping charities at the same time. Uplifting Gifting allows people to set up a gift fund online for something they actually want or need, and then invite friends and family to contribute with recipients encouraged to donate a percentage of the fund to charity. Full details at www.timto.co.uk

Call up a bargain shopping night with Seven Dials

Covent Garden's Seven Dials is running a 20 per cent-off shopping night on 5 December, with the discount available at 120 shops, bars and restaurants including American Apparel, Diesel, Jaeger, Urban Outfitters, Superga and Carhaart. Register at sevendials.co.uk/shopping-evening

Got any deals or discounts to share? Send details to your money@independent.co.uk

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