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You can get FREE cash with super Sun Savers just to buy your favorite paper.
Our dazzling new rewards club, which was launched this week, will pay back our most loyal readers.
The Sun Sun Savers is The Sun's brand new rewards club. Collect the newspaper every day to collect your Sun Savers codes and we'll give you £ 5 when you collect 28.
This is not a one-off and there is no limit to how much money you can save.
For every 28 codes you enter, we give you a five. So in the course of a year that can go up to £ 65.
We keep it super simple. You do not have to enter codes of consecutive days, so do not worry if you have forgotten a day or two.
Specimen easily collects 28 codes and we give you £ 5 FREE. It is in fact up to you how much you save.
Download our simple Sun Savers app and scan your code quickly with the help of your smartphone. Or go online and enter your code at
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To get you started, sign up today and we'll have a £ 1 bonus in your Sun Savers wallet tomorrow. And the good news does not stop with free money.
With Sun Savers we give you the best hacks, deals and tips to save money every day.
DO ME: do not worry people – merging takes only 30 seconds, in three steps.
The only thing we ask of you is your name, your date of birth and an e-mail address to help you on your way to your first fresh fiver.
You can choose to save or pay money directly to your bank account or directly with Paypal.
Do not wait any longer – become a member of Sun Savers now!
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Top tips to stay ahead of the scammers
Forty THREE percent of over-65s think that scammers have focused on them.
"Phishing", using false e-mails, is the most common approach.
Caroline Abrahams, of Age UK, says: "Scams can have a devastating impact on older victims, which seriously damages their quality of life and well-being."
Getty Images Almost half of the over-65s think they have fallen victim to scammers. These are the six tips from Caroline to stay for tricksters.
Do not come anywhere. If you think you have offered a lot, do not agree with it immediately. Ask family and friends what they think or call Citizens Advice on 03454 040506.
Check whether the company has a good reputation. Does it have a number that works, a postal address and is it a member of a trade association? Contact the Financial Conduct Authority at or call 0800 111 6768.
Who is at the door? To see an ID card. You can call the company they represent. Write a message that you do not buy at the door. If you are suspect or if they do not leave, call 999.
Beware of cold-callers. Ignore unsolicited invitations with a great investment or say that you have won a lottery. Never respond, because it shows that your data is active. Call the Mailing Preference Service on 0845 703 4599 to have your name directly mailing lists.
New pensions. Be careful with someone who claims to know about loopholes, anyone who talks about foreign investment or says you can get your money before the age of 55. The FCA lists the current scams on
Report it. If you think you are scammed, tell the police and contact Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040. For pension consultations, call the Pension Advisory Service on 0300 123 1047.
Offer at Argos is one to view
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SAVE: £ 30
Youngs Young's Gastro 2 Southern Fried Chicken breast fillets 270G, £ 4 was now £ 2 at TescoSAVE SMALL: What a good deal. Young & # 39; s Gastro Two Southern Fried Chicken breast fillets, 270g were £ 4, now £ 2 at Tesco.
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"Do not forget to cancel before the free trial expires, so you do not have to pay for a membership that you do not want."
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Choose an account where you can bank
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Nine out of ten people want their money to be completely safe, while 88 percent look at the rates when choosing a bank, according to a survey by Aldermore Bank.
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