List of Businesses helping with the Cost of Living
Find out what discounts and offers are available from businesses to help with the cost of living.
Children aged 16 and under can get a hot or cold meal for £1 at any time of day in Asda cafés across the UK, 7 days a week, with no minimum adult spend. Asda are extending this offer to the end of 2022.
Iceland are offering a number of cost saving initiative’s, including weekly discounts, product deals and frozen prices which are available in store, including £1 price freezes across 100s of lines for 2022, a weekly discount offering over 60s 10% off on Tuesdays & most recently The Iceland Food club, a partnership launch with Fair For You, to help families manage rising costs. There is also more to come in Autumn and into Christmas! Find out more here: www.iceland.co.uk/doing-it-right
Sainsbury’s have introduced budget-friendly meal ideas to feed a family of four for less than £5. The recipes are available on the Recipe Scrapbook at Sainsburys.co.uk.
M&S have frozen schoolwear prices across the UK, keeping 2022 prices at the same level as 2021. Their range of schoolwear clothing includes a 3 pack of Pure Cotton School Polo Shirts from £7 and a 2 pack of Pure Cotton School Jumpers from £11.
Stone Refurb sell refurbished laptops, desktops, monitors and tablets that they collect from public and private sector businesses who no longer require them, and data wipe and refurbish in house.
Customers can save £20 on a specific range of laptops and desktops from their Laptops for Home page by adding code HFH20at the basket page. All devices come with a 1 year warranty for peace of mind.
https://www.stonerefurb.co.uk/laptops/home-laptops (£6.95 to deliver to NI)
Scholastic are offering parents and carers an extra 20% off our pricing on a huge range of children’s books when you buy through our School Book Clubs during September. For every order over £10, Scholastic will also donate an additional 20% of the total order value to your local school in free Rewards for them to spend on books for their libraries and classrooms.
Primark has committed to protect the prices on more than a thousand essential kids’ items. The commitment will mean that families can pick up some of its most popular essential items for the same price – underwear (from £3.50 for a 10-pack of briefs), sweatshirts (from £4.00), dresses (from £4.50) and jeans (from £6.00).
Amazon is offering 7 different waysthat people can save money, including free delivery to pick up locations, affordable refurbished products, plus essential back to school offers.
HarperCollins UK is offering 30% off one order per customer on its website. HarperCollins publishes incredible authors including Bernard Cornwell, Hilary Mantel, Alice Oseman, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, David Walliams, Jonathan Franzen, Holly Jackson and Adele Parks. It is also home to bestselling series The Lord of the Rings, A Song of Ice and Fire (filmed as Game of Thrones), Divergent, The Chronicles of Narnia and Virgin River as well as legendary characters Miss Marple, Winnie-the-Pooh, and Mr Men & Little Miss.
To redeem click of the following link, add products to your basket and the discount will be applied automatically. Offer ends 30/11/2022. https://harpercollins.co.uk/discount/HOUSEHOLDS30
Octopus Energy recently doubled its OctoAssist Fund, for customers struggling with their bills, to over £5 million.
Vodafone offers VOXI for Now which is the only mobile social tariff to help those experiencing financial hardship stay connected. The £10 per month plan supports anyone claiming Job Seeker’s Allowance, Universal Credit or Employment and Support Allowance, and includes unlimited 5G data, as well as unlimited calls and texts. There is no contract or credit check and customers can pause or cancel anytime.
Virgin Media O2
Essential Broadband is Virgin Media O2’s broadband social tariff for customers in receipt of Universal Credit. The tariff provides 15Mbps at a fixed price of £12.50/month on a 30 day rolling contract. The company waives early termination fees for customers who move to Essential Broadband from other tariffs. Further details can be found here