Computer and gaming deals

From Macbooks to MS Office and from Xbox to Switch, I’ll share any decent computer-based deals and offers on this page.


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Software and streaming deals

One month free Lucky Voice

The home karaoke website Lucky Voice is offering a free month of singing with the code LUCKY20. Make sure you cancel before the month is over to avoid getting charged the monthly fee.

Printer and accessory deals

HP printer and two years of ink for £49 + free £20 Just Eat voucher

This offer at Currys for a HP Envy 5050 printer is a bargain. It’s already been reduced from £149.99 to £99. On top of this you can claim £50 in cashback from HP.

You’ll also get a two-year trial of Instant Ink – essentially free printing of up to 100 pages a month. And finally the Currys website says you’ll be able to claim a £20 Just Eat voucher on top!

> Buy an HP Envy 5050 from Currys

Games and console deals

I’m not a huge gamer, but if I spot a really good computer or game deal I’ll share it here.

Save on Xbox Live, Steam and more at CD Keys

CD Keys regularly has discounts on iTunes, but some of the best deals seem to be on computer games and credit.

There also seem to be regular Daily Deals with money off the latest games.

As an added bonus you can save an extra 5% off your first order if you like them on Facebook.

> Save on Xbox, Playstation, PC and other games at CD Keys

Computing and computer deals

I’ll add really special offer when I spot them.

5 thoughts on “Computer and gaming deals

  1. The Microsoft Office deal is good for home use, and you have to remember that it has a strict non-commercial use limitation. That would mean you could not use it (e.g. Outlook for reading emails) related to any commercial business venture. If you need to do similar software for commercial activities then investigate another product like OpenOffice.

  2. The printer deal is a complete scam. The whole “you won’t have to pay for the first year” of ink is based on printing no more than 15 pages per month. If you go above this, the overage rates are extortionate.

    1. You can take the trial out at a higher level which has more pages per month

    2. No it is not a scam.
      Here is their deal according to the page,

      2 Requires online enrolment and creation of an HP Connected and Instant Ink account, email address, and internet connection to the printer. Upon purchase, your printer comes with prepaid value that will be added to your HP Instant Ink account balance. The pre-paid value could cover up to 24 months of Instant Ink service on a monthly 100 pages Instant Ink plan. Other plans available may shorten or lengthen your offer period. After you have successfully registered your printer and created your HP Connected Account and Instant Ink Account, you must redeem your offer and select an Instant Ink printing plan. You must redeem your prepaid value offer within 6 months from printer set up or it will expire. The Service begins when the offer is redeemed. Overage fees will be debited to your prepaid value card and may shorten your offer period. For more details, see:

  3. I think you can also get 11 percent cashback if you visit Curry’s via Quidco.


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