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The best credit card deals for September 2017
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Top credit card deals September 2017 Free £25 for getting HSBC Credit card, use it once in 60 days. HERE . £25.25 cashback just for having a Barclaycard No Fee Platinum 25 M… Read more
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What I’m looking for is a credit card that has a decent 20 month plus on 0% spending but with also cashback like £25 , because it’s rare to get both , you usually only get 1 or the other .
Providing you know how to use them credit cards are fine. Personally I’ve used them to improve credit rating, credit card protection etc never had an issue and always pay it off in full. It’s the people who spend spend spend without any thinking that need to stop using credit cards.
cocogumbo59 m ago

I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above …I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above comments; those who are "lacking the ability to manage their money" - it's the probability of circumstance. It's all well and good if you have a regular income but what if you get made redundant tomorrow? What if you have a terrible accident and can no longer work? You'd probably wished you'd saved up and paid outright for something, not stuck it on a credit card. Just my opinion. Also - by saying whether you're "smart" enough or "lack self control" could be quite insulting to other HUKD members. Maybe consider others circumstances before posting.. the saying if you have nothing nice to say, don't say it at all springs to mind.



Seriously? Did you actually read our posts?

Using something wisely requires wisdom. Using something intelligently requires intelligence. Those who understand interest earn it, those that don't pay it.

The way I've suggested to use this does not involve getting into actual debt - simply holding more funds in savings account(s) that you could use to pay off the credit card in an instant. Literally will have no negative impact should you become redundant or can no longer work - in fact it would put you in a better position as it would give you access to more funds should you need it, plus the extra interest you'd earn.

Sure, if you just want to get this because you decided you need to have the latest iPhone that you can't afford, then this is a bad idea, as I stated (no self control or lack any understanding of money - totally fair and just, I'm not saying it in a nasty way, just saying it how it is).

There may be a case that you find yourself in a difficult situation and need credit to feed your family - it happens. This is a reasonable way to do it, so long as - like I said - you understand money and pay it back.


But of course - all credit cards are evil, should never be used by anyone and should be banned forever.
Re: The deal itself, it's worth noting that Barclaycard and Sainsburys have 2% or 2.5% minimum repayments, which actually becomes quite singificant over the lifetime of these deals versus the 1% you get with some other lenders. If it's fee free then it's not such a worry, but if you're paying 1-3% handling fee you want to have more than half of the balance still remaining at the end of the term if you're looking at this as a stooze.

Of course, if it's just to manage short-term cashflow problems, then a higher minimum repayment may suit you.
cocogumbo1 h, 10 m ago

I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above …I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above comments; those who are "lacking the ability to manage their money" - it's the probability of circumstance. It's all well and good if you have a regular income but what if you get made redundant tomorrow? What if you have a terrible accident and can no longer work? You'd probably wished you'd saved up and paid outright for something, not stuck it on a credit card. Just my opinion. Also - by saying whether you're "smart" enough or "lack self control" could be quite insulting to other HUKD members. Maybe consider others circumstances before posting.. the saying if you have nothing nice to say, don't say it at all springs to mind.


I also think phrases like "Save up for the things you want. Cold" are quite condescending too, which is what lea to my reply. Maybe consider others' circumstances before posting.. Not everyone's circumstances allow for that either,, life can throw horrible unforeseeable curveballs to us or to our nearest and dearest. Or some people may have saved up and wish to offset their savings. Your post itself is implying that HUKD members are not able to use it other than as a ticket to debt.

I get tired of the CC haters tarring every deal with the same brush - often it's a blanket response from people who don't understand how they can be judiciously used to their advantage, which is what prompted my own response.
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15000mAh Dual USB Solar Power Bank with torch (black, green, yellow) £7.99 Prime £11.98 non Prime sold by JINXJ, fulfilled by Amazon
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Free delivery with Prime Previously posted at £11.99 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/noza-tec-15000-mah-solar-power-charger-portable-power-bank-dual-usb-output-solar-battery-ch… Read more
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HereKittyKitty2 h, 20 m ago

Oh yeah, apparently so


I thought so, probably who I quoted I guess haha! I’ve done that myself before No worries!
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seaniboy1 h, 36 m ago

Huh ? Did you quote the wrong person lol


Oh yeah, apparently so
HereKittyKitty48 m ago

Reviews on Amazon seem to suggest it takes upwards of 48 hours to charge …Reviews on Amazon seem to suggest it takes upwards of 48 hours to charge fully via the solar panel, and I'm assuming that's in direct sunlight. This is the main reason for the negative reviews. Nobody is suggesting that you can go off grid with this, at least outside of the Sahara desert. But it adds virtually nothing to the weight and bulk, and is super cheap. Try finding a non-solar 15000MAh battery pack for less. And the stated capacity doesn't seem exaggerated. It's about the same size and weight as my Xiaomi 15000mAh power bank and seems to hold just as much charge. And 58% of the reviews are 4-5 stars, and were probably written when it was a higher price, so I'm not alone in thinking this. Ultimately, if you're slating this for its poor solar performance, you've got insanely high expectations for £7.99


Huh ? Did you quote the wrong person lol
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Twinsenx18 m ago

Device is heavy, and unless charged pretty useless.


Kinda like a regular 15000mAh power bank then?

And still, 1 bar (quarter charge) is more than you'd get if you left a regular power bank out in the sun
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Reviews on Amazon seem to suggest it takes upwards of 48 hours to charge fully via the solar panel, and I'm assuming that's in direct sunlight. This is the main reason for the negative reviews. Nobody is suggesting that you can go off grid with this, at least outside of the Sahara desert. But it adds virtually nothing to the weight and bulk, and is super cheap. Try finding a non-solar 15000MAh battery pack for less. And the stated capacity doesn't seem exaggerated. It's about the same size and weight as my Xiaomi 15000mAh power bank and seems to hold just as much charge. And 58% of the reviews are 4-5 stars, and were probably written when it was a higher price, so I'm not alone in thinking this. Ultimately, if you're slating this for its poor solar performance, you've got insanely high expectations for £7.99

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Puridea 7000mAh power bank £5.94 Prime / £9.93 Non Prime @ Amazon Sold by Coooss and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal)
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Lightning deal for the 7000mAh version in Sky Blue. :D
All claimed at that price
claimed now thanks
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80% claimed - act now or regret
got s4 version 2 years ago, very slim and well build, recommend
only down side is this using the smartphone battery, so if you didnt use it for a long time, its already out of juice
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USB C Portable Charger 26800 RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank with Dual Input Port Battery Pack (iSmart 2.0, 5V/3A Type-C Port) £29.99 delivered Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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USB C Portable Charger 26800 RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank with Dual Input Port Battery Pack (iSmart 2.0, 5V/3A Type-C Port) 5.4A Max Output for iPhone, iPad, Galaxy and New MacBook… Read more
Good price all round but seems a bit much given it’s not USB-C PD but just USB-C that happens to charge a Macbook
J TOHLO 20000mAh Portable Power Bank £16.89 Prime £19.88 non Prime Sold by JINXJ and Fulfilled by Amazon.  - LED Display, 4.2A Output, 2 USB Ports, External Battery Pack
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I bought this the other day to use with my SNES mini and it's a nice, solid charger. I really like the LED display which tells you what % is remaining - much more useful than the … Read more
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aaront19881 h, 20 m ago

Anyone know if these can be taken on to aircraft? Thinking about one to …Anyone know if these can be taken on to aircraft? Thinking about one to take to the US.


I don't see why not, it's only a battery and you will to put it through the x-ray machine either way.
Anyone know if these can be taken on to aircraft? Thinking about one to take to the US.
Anker PowerCore 20100 - Ultra High Capacity Power Bank with one of the Most Powerful 4.8A Output, PowerIQ Technology £22.39 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Ultra-High Capacity: Weighs as little as a can of soup (12.5 oz) yet charges the iPhone 7 almost seven times, the Galaxy S6 five times or the iPad mini 4 twice. High-speed chargin… Read more
Northerndave17 h, 30 m ago

Tells you all you need to know about Northern Ireland when Amazon won't …Tells you all you need to know about Northern Ireland when Amazon won't even go there. I'd advise moving to somewhere on the mainland !


You seem nice.
I have the 26800 version of this and it's been faultless, whereas the other brands of power bank have either failed or do not work as advertised. I will continue to buy Anker products when needed.
Been a fan of Anker since buying their braided charging cables a couple of years ago. I have this powerbank also. Well recommended and their warranty and customer service is top notch.
Batmobile5436 m ago

Bought it for 17.99 6 months ago. Great power bank best so far


have an Anker portable bluetooth speaker and is the best Good make
Bought it for 17.99 6 months ago. Great power bank best so far
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RAVPower Car Jump Starter - 1000A Peak / 12V - 14000mAh power bank / Engines up to 7L £42.99  Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Been looking at these for a fair old while, was a bit dubious over them at first, but i've seen some decent reviews and positive comments on here on them and thought i'd give it a … Read more
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silly_entz11 h, 1 m ago

Could you use this as a defibrillator?


To make you are really dead . Lol
Just look on YouTube, there's some dude that destruction tests them, rather than gives a good review in exchange for a free one.

Just search for "Car Jump Starter Lies", it's the dude with the glasses and beard and homemade hydraulic log splitter.
Jeff_Goulding7 h, 58 m ago

Have a look at the NOCO genius boost (also on Amazon) - I bought one after …Have a look at the NOCO genius boost (also on Amazon) - I bought one after seeing the Motorcycle SOS guy use it on my bike after I was to eager to go for a ride and didn't charge the battery enough...

Thanks for the suggestion, but again if you check the one star reviews you will see many people stating that it is unfit for purpose. They amount to 13% of the overall reviews. It’s a shame, because I really like the idea of these devices.
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silly_entz3 h, 2 m ago

Do the borders not like lithium being shipped for risk of explosion? Some …Do the borders not like lithium being shipped for risk of explosion? Some countries don't like lithium ion batteries to be shipped... fortunately not China.


No idea, they just don't want us having cool stuff
I have a very similar one (maybe even a re-brand of this).

Never used it myself on my Ford 2.0 litre diesel, but a guy at work had a flat battery a few days ago and wanted a regular jump start (cables attached and everything).

Anyhow, told him I could try with my booster, but when I hooked it up it only had around 45% charge.

But sure enough, It only went and started his 2.5 litre petrol with a look of WTF? on his face LOL

Not sure how well it would work with a high compression diesel though.
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AUKEY Power Bank 20000mAh £17.99 (Prime) / £21.98 (non Prime) Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Although I did get this for £11 before, this is a good deal. Very convenient for iPhone users, no need for micro-usb cable, just lightning cable to charge the phone and the power bank also.

On a side note, this is a high capacity power bank, so the weight is also a bit on the heavy side, but still highly recommended.
ah dang I got excited
I thought this was anker

had an aukey powerbank before. worked alright but got waaay to hot for comfort. Won't buy another for that reason
Lightning Deal - Power Bank 24000mAh Solar Charger £20.79 Sold by PLOCHY DIRECT and Fulfilled by Amazon - lightning deal
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Lightning and Micro Dual Input: No matter whichever cable you are carrying, you can recharge the portable solar charger with either the attached micro-USB cable or your own lightni… Read more
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For the zombie apocalypse storage box.
These are dreadful. I was given 3 variations to review last year and none of them lasted longer than a few weeks.
Technology not there yet for portable solar powered batteries yet in my experience... Even on sunniest day in Spain it never charged... Not this one though
Not this brand, but the solar panel on the one I have (from Amazon, but not sold by them anymore) doesn't charge at all. If anything putting it under sunlight appears to drain the battery
In my experience, the solar panels on these do pretty much nothing as too small.
Puridea Portable Charger 10000mAh Power Bank £9.99 (Prime) / £13.98 (non Prime)  Sold by Coooss @ Amzn
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Romantic Bi-color Design, Make Your Life More Beautiful! This elegant 10000mAh power bank is super slim, 13MM only, which will easy to put in your pocket and bag. Perfect for leisu… Read more
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Bought this 2 days ago, £8.99 lol!
Amazon Lightening Deal RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank 3-Port 5.5A iSmart Output £24.50 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Redeem the promotion for the discounted price of £24.50 Portable Phone Charger Battery Pack for Mobile Phones, Tablets and More
Send it back for replacement. All five of mine are working fine after many charge/discharge cycles. Perhaps your's got dropped during transport, or the micro-USB charge cable was forced in the wrong way around?
Got it back today. Seems the micro USB connector has fallen inside the power bank, that's what's rattling about. Only been used twice.
Orville5th Feb

This is a very solid power-bank, and at £24.50 a real bargain. I own one …This is a very solid power-bank, and at £24.50 a real bargain. I own one of these alongside 1x 10000mAh, 1x 16750mAh and 2x 20000mAh Ravpower models.From my own testing (with an accurate analyser) the 20000mAh version is only slightly behind it's 26800mAh brother in terms of true capacity. The real benefit of the 26800mAh model is that it allows two of it's 3 ports to charge concurrently at 2.4A, whereas the 20000mAh model allows one at 2.4A, and the second at max 1A.Each power-bank below has been fully charged/discharged a minimum of 4-times, with the average capacity listed.[Image] Edit, before anyone asks the reason why I own so many power-banks. I use three of them for Car and Bike cams (the 20000 and 26800 variants last for ~3-days constant on). The two smaller capacity chargers have been "borrowed" by my kids.


Gave the one I bought as a birthday present last Saturday. Have just had a call informing me it no longer works and has something in it that rattles. It did charge quickly, but it appears it's a POS.
Edited by: "MSK." 17th Feb
This is a very solid power-bank, and at £24.50 a real bargain. I own one of these alongside 1x 10000mAh, 1x 16750mAh and 2x 20000mAh Ravpower models.

From my own testing (with an accurate analyser) the 20000mAh version is only slightly behind it's 26800mAh brother in terms of true capacity. The real benefit of the 26800mAh model is that it allows two of it's 3 ports to charge concurrently at 2.4A, whereas the 20000mAh model allows one at 2.4A, and the second at max 1A.

Each power-bank below has been fully charged/discharged a minimum of 4-times, with the average capacity listed.33204196-2wSW2.jpg

Edit, before anyone asks the reason why I own so many power-banks. I use three of them for Car and Bike cams (the 20000 and 26800 variants last for ~3-days constant on). The two smaller capacity chargers have been "borrowed" by my kids.
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sunnysmiles15 h, 24 m ago

Bought this in Black Friday deals. Could not get it to charge contacted …Bought this in Black Friday deals. Could not get it to charge contacted amazon who wanted me to arrange a pay for courier to return. Such a pain to try and return as courier wanted a fourtune as it being a powerpack. Gave up in the end. Also know someone else who bought one and had same problem they contacted company direct who also said the same about courier. Weird that two people have same pro


That doesn't sound great after reading many positive reviews.

Just been looking at this:

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Seems to be similar capacity, but with a solar panel, lighter, more types of port. Biggest downside seems to be I've never heard of the brand. I'm trying to work out why this one was orginally £10 more expensive.
Anker Powercore 10400MAH Power Bank with PowerIQ £14.49 delivered - from IWOOT
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Seems to be half the price on Amazon at the moment. A good price for an Anker battery. They claim that there are about 50 left at this price, but as they said they had only 100 y… Read more
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Arrived today, happy. Thanks op.
Wife bought me one of these at a similar price a while back. It is a great piece of kit and charges phones etc really quickly. It also bailed me out a few times when I had iPhone battery issues whilst on the go. Recommend this at this price.
IWOOT total rubbish in my experience, still waiting for a speaker I bought before xmas!
I have 1 of these and it's excellent I think we paid 25 on Amazon so this is a great deal.
Not a bad find, i would order but i have 3 powerbanks already - large, medium and small. I really need to stop coming on to this site. Should have a warning on HUKD lol
slimline 10000mAh power bank £7.41 @ Gearbest
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Good deal for these power banks. Reseller via gearbest though...
Shame that this got over 100 degrees. Sure it is a good price for 10000mAh (if that is even close to accurate), but why save money if it probably is so poor quality it won't last. As others mentioned they can also be risky to use. There are plenty of reputable brands for double the cost or less, that I'm sure will end up being far better value in the long run as they give years of service.
I realise that most of things being sold on gearbest are not good quality
paul_merton2 h, 42 m ago

Given what can go wrong with a dodgy battery (fire!), this is one of those …Given what can go wrong with a dodgy battery (fire!), this is one of those thing I'd rather not penny pinch on.


Not to mention that is can kill any and every device you plug into it.
Given what can go wrong with a dodgy battery (fire!), this is one of those thing I'd rather not penny pinch on.
Gollywood11 m ago

Just pay couple of quid extra & buy from Amazon.


Another 49p to be precise

For another £1.49 you can get a better one that that lol!

Plus the added bonus of half decent customer service with Amazon
docooler X2T True Wireless Bluetooth 4.2 In-ear Headsets /w 1500mAh magnetic charging bank - £16.27 @ Tomtop
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Features: Wireless Dual Ear Stereo Design, Left and Right Ear Channel Separation; You can use X2T's Left and Right Ear Headset solely (Single Track Mode), and X2T also can be use… Read more

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Are they any good though?
that demonstration video is just great
M&S Bank. 90% LTV two-year fixed mortgage 2.09%, £995 fee, £1,000 cashback
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M&S Bank have launched its first mortgage range and is particularly aiming at first-time buyers needing a high loan-to-value (LTV), although there are also products for movers … Read more
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Please make it clear they operate a discriminatory policy of only considering UK citizens for their mortgage applications regardless of the individual's financial health, responsibility or creditworthiness.
No deal is better than a bad deal.
Excellent deal if you only have a 10% deposit.

Although since UK rates are historically low I would recommending a fix with a larger deposit, maybe 20%, fixing for a much longer period - 5 or 10 years. Depends on your individual circumstances though I guess.
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Can I make overpayments?
Yes, you can make overpayments of up to 10% of your mortgage balance in each year of the fixed rate period, without incurring an early repayment charge. If you exceed your annual overpayment allowance, an early repayment charge will be charged on the amount you have repaid above the 10% allowance. At the end of the fixed rate period, you are able to make unlimited overpayments.
Any early repayment charge applicable will be calculated based upon the percentage charge at the time of the overpayment as detailed within your European Standardised Information Sheet (ESIS) document.
Can I pay off the mortgage early?
If you fully repay your mortgage whilst you are in the fixed rate period you will incur an early repayment charge.
Details of the early repayment charge will be set out in your ESIS document.
Will I incur an exit fee?
No, we do not charge an exit fee.
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Pure_Evil41 m ago

Danske do a 95% LTV and give you up to £1500 back in cash if you take 150k …Danske do a 95% LTV and give you up to £1500 back in cash if you take 150k mortgage at 2.48%. No fees.



2.48% is for their 86% to 90% LTV. For the 91% to 95%, the rate is 3.85%. On a 150k mortgage, it would cost you around £5,200 more interest than the M&S deal over the two years. It works out better for the 86% to 90% range.
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Danske do a 95% LTV and give you up to £1500 back in cash if you take 150k mortgage at 3.85%. No fees.
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USB C RAVPower 20100 Power Bank w/ QC 3.0 Qualcomm Quick Charge £26.99 @ Amazon SVT (Ideal for Macbooks / iPhone / S8 & more)
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A very good price for this powerbank, has the usual USB ports PLUS USB C quick charge and good reviews - tempted to pick up myself Apply offer on page (under promotions or use cod… Read more
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No discount..
Price is back to 35.99
Ordered! Heat added thank you OP
wakkaday25th Jan

Whats the next model up with power deliveryi have this one... but with a …Whats the next model up with power deliveryi have this one... but with a switch it doesnt charge and play


It does charge and play the Switch, quickly too, if you have a USB-C to USB-C cable that is. I got this powerbank for the Nexus 6P about 2 years ago because it was the only powerbank which would fast charge it. I still use it to this day and it's the best powerbank I've ever seen. With the Nexus 6P charger I have, it only takes 3-4 hours to fully charge this as well. The 'iSmart' USB socket also charges my iPhone faster than with the included mains adapter in the box.

Can't recommend this powerbank enough!
Free Harry Potter Savings Bank worth £9.99 when you buy a Harry Potter T-Shirt - works out £14.99 delivered for both at IWOOT
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Something for the Potter nut in your life (we all have one!) Get a free Harry Potter Saving Bank worth £9.99 when you buy a Harry Potter T-Shirt - works out at £14.99 for both. T… Read more
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Tesco instore sell the money box for £8
Sister loves harry potter, thanks OP
Basically you’re paying £15 for the package deal.
Gollywood17 h, 15 m ago

I'll be honest, I don't know any character name except the main guy, HP. …I'll be honest, I don't know any character name except the main guy, HP. But I know the weirdo fans dress up at book launches and film releases. So why not to receive mail!



Because apparently the millions of Harry Potter fans are weird? Lol. So closed minded.
Thanks ordered for my HP mad daughter
RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank with Dual Input Port Battery Pack (iSmart 2.0, 5V/3A Type-C Port) 5.4A Max Output External Phone Charger for iPhone, iPad, Galaxy and New MacBook £32.24 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Really good price for this RAVPower Power Bank, which has dual input allowing you to recharge the bank faster, reducing the time to 7-8 hours for a full charge! No code needed, j… Read more
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Now £30 using the promotion code
Twin charging INPUT makes a difference :-)
How much is this usually? Also what charger plug goes with this?
montana7823rd Jan

I have older veraion of this and ita very good. Ise it to charge tablets …I have older veraion of this and ita very good. Ise it to charge tablets and phones. I keep a selection of 15cm cables in the pouch. Lightning, micro usb, usb c, mini usb and ipod nano cable. Always charged and in my backpack.

Where do you get your cables from? I found Nokia branded micro USB cables seemed to be the best short length cables for around 99p each. Now I need to find some good USB C ones.
15000 mAh Power Bank, Puridea S3 Series Dual USB Portable Charger External Battery Backup Pack £12.99 (Prime) / £16.98 (non Prime) Sold by Coooss and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Normally listed as £15.99 this one seems to be £12.99 don't know how long this offer is for but seems good price to me.
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Niz8 h, 41 m ago

no worries, just that it triggered off my Nokia alert


More precise Nokia 3310 alert
divy1025 m ago

I've no clue, it just selected it self.



no worries, just that it triggered off my Nokia alert
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Niz12 h, 31 m ago

whats with all the tags?


I've no clue, it just selected it self.
Gollywood14 m ago

I bought the 10000mAh version in Dec for £9.99Used 3 times & very …I bought the 10000mAh version in Dec for £9.99Used 3 times & very efficient


I got the 6600mah one a couple of years ago, and I'd have to agree with you - these are nice pieces of kit. I've got a few things by this brand, and they've lasted well.
whats with all the tags?
Sainsbury’s Bank credit card 0% on purchases for 31 months
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Hey… here’s a nice long 0% purchase card if you’ve got lots of shopping to do and want to spread the cost for free. Sainsbury’s Bank is offering: 0% on purchases for 31 month… Read more
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How long do I have for balance transfers - is it free if I do it within 90 days of taking the credit card out and 3% for any balance transfers after that?
I signed up for this as my husband is having lens replacement surgery,0% for 31 mths with an 8k limit offered.Cheaper than taking out finance with optical express!!
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Rafiq0722nd Jan

It says you must make minimum payments to keep the promotional rate. Can …It says you must make minimum payments to keep the promotional rate. Can anyone explain what this means exactly because I thought you just pay off purchases whenever you want but obv if you take too long then the interest will start rising on what you owe. But this to me sounds like this isn't the case and you can't just pay it off when you want?


This is the case for all 0% promotional deals. The minimum payment will be a percentage of the balance or cash amount each month (e.g. 3% of balance or £5, whichever is higher). You need to pay the minimum each month - you can set up a direct debit to do this - or you'll lose the promotional deal and normal interest rates will apply. As I said, this is the case for ALL 0% deals, both purchases and balance transfers.
GimbaJAY4 h, 48 m ago

All credit cards have a minimum payment needed, well, from what I've used …All credit cards have a minimum payment needed, well, from what I've used anyway. You can't buy something, and leave it there until the last month of interest free is coming (2.4 years), you need to pay a certain % each month


Oh okay that makes sense. Thanks for the explanation, I've only ever used a credit card for work purchases which got completely cleared every month.
Rafiq0711 h, 3 m ago

It says you must make minimum payments to keep the promotional rate. Can …It says you must make minimum payments to keep the promotional rate. Can anyone explain what this means exactly because I thought you just pay off purchases whenever you want but obv if you take too long then the interest will start rising on what you owe. But this to me sounds like this isn't the case and you can't just pay it off when you want?


All credit cards have a minimum payment needed, well, from what I've used anyway. You can't buy something, and leave it there until the last month of interest free is coming (2.4 years), you need to pay a certain % each month
AUKEY Portable Power Bank 12000mAh - for iPhone, iPad, Samsung, Google Nexus, Speakers, Tablets - £9.49 Prime / £13.48 non Prime - Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Collect the 50% off voucher on the page to get this 12000mAh Portbale Power bank for £9.49 (Prime) 12000mah Power Bank - Fully charge your iPhone 7 4.5 times, or a 9.7… Read more
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Is it me or are power backs a pretty common deal on hotukdeals?
Aren't these rather large for the output? I've got an Anker one less than half the size with just 20% less output (10,000mah)
I wouldn't want to lug one of these around in my pocket. Just my opinion though
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customer reviews 4.2 out of 5. not bad.
Razwaz16 h, 51 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aukey-20000-mah-quick-charge-20-999-prime-1398-sold-by-yueying-and-fulfilled-by-amazon-2877456


thanks for the link, shocked at the price but the QC2 version is not very reliable having already got it. Brought the RAvpower 20,000 version for £16 something via hotukdeal link which I am hoping will be more reliable
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