Top UK Tech Offers Today

1. Lebara 10GB SIM with 100 international mins

From: Lebara

Was: £10 per month

Now: £5 per month  (50% off first 3 months)

Why not save on data costs under lockdown? Lebara has 50% off its SIM-only plans for new customers. See our full coverage.

2. Apple iPhone XR (Refurbished)

Now: £331.46  (£58.49 off with PLAYWITH15)

Save 15% on a broad range of tech with eBay’s voucher code PLAYWITH15, including a refurbished iPhone XR graded “Good” in condition. See all refurbished iPhones with 15% off on eBay.

3. Google Pixel 4a (5G)

Now: £399.99  (£100 off)

4. Apple iPhone 12 (64GB, refurbished) with 100GB data


Was: £135 upfront

Now: £39 per month  (no upfront cost) is slashing the iPhone 12’s upfront cost. The deal includes 100GB of data on Vodafone for £39 per month. 

5. Amazon Kindle Oasis

From: Amazon

Was: £229.99

Now: £184.99  (£45 off)

The waterproof Kindle Oasis has £45 off ahead of Valentine’s Day.

6. Tile Pro (2020)

From: Amazon

Was: £29.99

Now: £23.99  (£6 off)

Save on the Tile Pro Bluetooth tracker. Though if you want to buy more than one, head over directly to Tile, where its Valentine’s Day Sale is slashing up to 20% off 2-pack bundles.

7. Ring Video Doorbell Pro with Adaptor

Now: £149  (£70 off)

There are big discounts available on Ring doorbells, cameras and bundles, until 21 February – including £50 off a Ring alarm system, with a free Ring indoor camera thrown in. See our full coverage.

8. Honor 16in MagicBook Pro Laptop (16GB RAM, 512GB storage)

From: Honor

Was: £949.99

Now: £739.99  (£210 off with APCINTEL70 + freebies)

This limited-time deal is worth snapping up from Honor, bringing the excellent MagicBook Pro down by over £200 and has 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD.

Use code ‘APCINTEL70’ for an extra £10, then there’s also a set of free gifts such as the Honor Router 3 and Band 5 worth almost £200.

9. Norton 360 Deluxe – 1 Year, 5 Devices

From: Norton

Was: £84.99

Now: £29.99  (£55 off)

Norton 360 Deluxe provides all-round security for up to 5 PCs, Macs, phones and tablets. A password manager and cloud storage is included in the subscription.

Like many security companies, Norton offers a big discount for the first 12 months and if you use all five licenses it works out at just £6 each with the current offer. After that, the renewal price is £84.99.

10. NordVPN two-year subscription

From: NordVPN

Was: £220.80

Now: £65.86 (£2.74 per month)  (£154.94 off)

NordVPN just turned 9 year old. To celebrate, it’s offering customers who buy the 2-year plan additional months of service for free. Depending on your luck, you can either get a month, three months or another full two years for free.

You pay for the first 24 months, then the remaining months are free.

NordVPN tops our round-up of the best VPN services you can buy, and has just rolled out its NordLynx protocol (based on WireGuard) which offers up to twice the speed as before.

11. Watch Australian Open via Eurosport Player on Prime Video

From: Amazon

Was: £6.99 per month

Now: 99p per month  (£12 off)

Access the Eurosport Player via Amazon Prime for just £0.99 per month for two months to catch all the action at the Austalian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and Davis Cup. The offer ends 21 February.

12. Beer52: 8 Beers, magazine and snack

Now: £5.95 for Delivery  (Free, with code b52googfree2)

Just pay delivery on this offer from Beer52 that gets your first crate for free. Use code b52googfree2.

13. Ivacy five-year VPN subscription

From: Ivacy

Was: $597 ($9.95 per month)

Now: $60 – approx. £44.90 ($1 per month – approx 75p)  (90% off)

Ivacy’s current deal is one of the best around. It gives you 90% off the usual monthly price.

The offer is a five-year subscription for which you’ll pay the equivalent of $1 per month, which is about 75p. That’s an up-front payment of $60 (around £44.90) which is an absolute bargain.

Ivacy offers a great service which supports P2P downloads, unblocks streaming services (including Netflix and Disney+) and, like any VPN service, gives you security when using public Wi-Fi and privacy when browsing the web.

This is one the cheapest VPN deals around.

14. Dell New XPS 13 9300 (16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Renewed)

From: Amazon

Was: £1618.99

Now: £1199.99  (£419 off)

Amazon’s offer on a refurbished top-of-the-line New XPS 13 laptop shaves over £400 off the RRP. It’s backed with Amazon’s 1-year Amazon Renewed Guarantee, so you can expect it to look and work just like new. If you have your set on buying new, Dell currently has the same device for £1,399.

15. Apple 13in MacBook Pro, M1, 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, 512GB (2020)

Now: £1,369  (£130 off)

AO outdoes Currys and KRCS on its M1 MacBook Pro (512GB). You can get the same price at Amazon, however.

16. Apple iPad Mini (2019, 64GB)

Now: £380  (£19 off)

2019’s iPad Mini is still the best compact tablet money can buy and speaking of money, you can currently part with less of it, thanks to this latest Amazon discount.

17. Fitbit Versa 2

From: Amazon

Was: £199.99

Now: £139  (£60.99 off)

The Versa 2’s price is coming down at the moment thanks to the arrival of the Fitbit Versa 3. Right now, it’s up for grabs on Amazon for nearly £61 off.

18. Fitbit Charge 4

From: Amazon

Was: £129.99

Now: £95.98  (£34.01 off)

19. PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controller

Now: £50.99  (£9 off with PURCHASE15)

If you’ve been lucky enough to get your hands on a PS5, you can now also get £9 off the PS5 DualSense controller from eBay.

20. Xiaomi Pro 2 Electric Scooter

From: Drones Direct

Was: £599.99

Now: £399.97  (£200 off)

The powerful Xiaomi Mi Pro 2 electric scooter has an excellent £200 off from Drones Direct right now. Tech Advisor Editor Jim Martin recommends it and gave it 4.5 stars out of 5 – here’s why.

Source link

The owner of this website is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon properties including, but not limited to,,,,, or
Home Privacy Policy Terms Of Use Anti Spam Policy Contact us Affiliate Disclosure DMCA Earnings Disclaimer