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Zoutons Celebrates Women: Leadership and Inclusivity

If the foundation of an organization is based on equal representation and inclusive workforce then surely it reflects on its relentless success. It's an universally acknowledged fact that there are countless reasons to celebrate women in the workplace. The organizations that hire more women witness higher productivity and team proximity.

Their inspiring ability to multitask leads to better results in the longer run. That's exactly why, the leading coupons and deals aggregator website- Zoutons, strongly believes in giving the space and opportunity that women deserve. The company emphasizes on diversity-hiring as it has more than 60% women employees in the workforce.

The Gurugram-based organization also believes that, In order to create an ideal and empowered workplace it's really important to take steps towards creating more opportunities along with rearranging the patriarchal power structure of the organization. Therefore, 70% of managerial positions are helmed by head-strong and supremely talented women. The diverse and inclusive team at Zoutons strives hard to alleviate the shopping experience for its customers by facilitating them with updated coupon codes and offers.

Starting from coupon creation to blog writing, almost every department of this coupon aggregator is growing under the exponential leadership of women. Not just that, Zoutons goes beyond the generalities of representation and focuses on real issues like equal opportunities as well as opportunities for its female-employees. The aggregator website also makes sure that the female employees working in the organization move higher up in the company hierarchy and thrive with promising opportunities and bigger hikes.

"What do women in the corporate world want from their jobs? Not to be judged and to get equal opportunities. We all have one thing in common, we might not have the same talent but we all have the same potential to develop them.

Zoutons is one of the few organisations where women are given equal opportunity to demonstrate their ability; as a result, prominent women in Zoutons are referred to as leaders rather than women leaders." says the content manager Deepali Meena at Zoutons Zoutons also strives and works elaborately to make the workplace safer and more effective for women. The company organizes special workshops to address the day to day issues of the employees, formulates crucial policies which are specially designed for its female employees.

Zoutons is committed to a better workplace environment so that women in the organization feel empowered and secure. As a part of the organizational ethics, employees at Zoutons have the company's meticulous support to create a collaborative and friendly atmosphere in the workplace. The  celebration of women in the workplace also entails the flexibility a company has to offer to its employees.

Zoutons surely recognizes such needs and works around it. As a part of the policy, the company offers maternity leaves to its employees and extends all the extra support in need. Even during the ongoing pandemic Zoutons is committed to protecting the lives of its employees by letting most of their employees work from home.

The pioneering coupon and deal aggregator's recent growth story is a perfect example to further propagate the significance of a better representation of women and inclusiveness in an organization. As per reports, despite the raging pandemic, Zoutons had witnessed a whopping 1.4 million user traffic in November 2020. Not just that, the company now has more than 10 lakh registered customers to cater to.

Along with it the company is seeing more than 600,000 new customers every month. As Zoutons is collaborating with more and more partner merchants, Zoutons is everyday inching towards becoming the number one coupon aggregator website that aims to help customers save money as well as time while shopping. Zoutons is continually sprawling its roots not just in India but also across the US and UAE markets as it aims to smoothen the shopping experience of the customers from all walks of life buying anything under the sun.

While moving forward with its global vision, Zoutons work tirelessly towards customer queries by giving them the best solutions. It is one of the reasons that Zoutons is hiring more and more women in higher positions to widen its presence in global markets. With its 1000+ categories and more than 400 popular partner merchants, customers can get their hands on the latest Lenovo coupons along with offers and promo codes for AmazonFlipkartHostingerNikeMyntra, and many more, Zoutons is committed to using the maximum potential of its female employees to build an enormous and lasting brand in the growing space of affiliate marketing.

The entire team works diligently around the clock under the meticulous supervision of extremely supportive team leaders who work incessantly to make sure that customers across the globe get maximum benefits from the working coupons and deals across popular brands and categories like footwear, clothing, food, services, and more.

The same is responsible for delivering updated coupons and offers to its customers.

Apart from that, shoppers get access to long elaborated blogs which help the users to maximize their savings like never before.

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TUI is offering £300 per booking saving on cruises – how to get the discount

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Holidaymakers can make massive savings on cruises operated by the UK's largest tour operator to celebrate setting sail again because of the Covid pandemic. TUI is welcoming passengers to Marella Cruises after an 18 month pause in operations and it has announced a limited-time extra GBP300 saving per booking. Across the month of September, cruisers can make a substantial saving on holidays departing between September 1, 2021, to December 31, 2022, using the code CRUISE300 on their booking.

From short haul favourites such as Palma and Tenerife to far flung destinations like Jamaica and Cuba, TUI cruisers can soon get back to sailing around the world and enjoying various ports of call. The GBP300 saving code is also available for those wanting to explore Europe's best waterways with TUI River Cruises. Using TUIRIVER300 river cruisers can save GBP300 per booking on sailings departing from October 1, 2021, to October 31, 2022.

To ensure the safety of both customers and crew, vaccination and testing requirements will be in place. Anyone aged 18-years and older will be required to have had both Covid-19 jabs at least 14 days before travelling. For Marella Cruises, all under 18-year-olds - excluding infants who will not be able to sail because they are exempt from testing - will be asked to take a lateral flow test.

All guests will need to check-in for their cruise and complete their cruise health declaration online pre-departure to release their cruise boarding pass.

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Apple’s M1 MacBook Air is back on sale for $899, plus deals on every upgraded config

M1, 8GB, 256GB, 7-core GPU Space Gray £999.00   £915.00 £948.00 £899.00 £899.00 £949.99 £929.00 £994.00 £100.00 M1, 8GB, 256GB, 7-core GPU) Silver £999.00   £915.00 £948.00 £899.00 £899.00 £949.99 £929.00 £994.00 £100.00 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 256GB, 7-core GPU) Gold £999.00   £929.00 £899.00 £899.00 £899.00 £949.99 £929.00 £994.00 £100.00 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 512GB, 8-core GPU) Space Gray £1,249.00   £1,085.00 £1,186.00 £1,149.00 £1,149.00 £1,149.99 £1,162.00 £1,244.00 £164.00 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 512GB, 8-core GPU) Silver £1,249.00   £1,135.99 £1,186.00 £1,149.00 £1,149.00 £1,149.99 £1,162.00 £1,244.00 £113.01 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 512GB, 8-core GPU) Gold £1,249.00   £1,099.00 £1,186.00 £1,129.00 £1,129.00 £1,149.99 £1,162.00 £1,244.00 £150.00 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 512GB, 7-core GPU) Space Gray £1,199.00   £1,119.00 £1,132.00 n/a   £1,199.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £80.00 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 512GB, 7-core GPU) Silver £1,199.00   £1,119.00 £1,132.00 n/a   £1,199.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £80.00 M1, 8GB, 512GB, 7-core GPU Gold £1,199.00   £1,149.00 £1,132.00 n/a   £1,099.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £100.00 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 1TB, 7-core GPU) Space Gray £1,399.00   £1,349.00 £1,321.00 n/a   £1,399.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £78.00 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 1TB, 7-core GPU) Silver £1,399.00   £1,349.00 £1,321.00 n/a   £1,399.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £78.00 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 1TB, 7-core GPU) Gold £1,399.00   £1,349.00 £1,321.00 n/a   £1,399.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £78.00 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 2TB, 7-core GPU) Space Gray £1,799.00   £1,749.00 £1,698.00 n/a   £1,799.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £101.00 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 2TB, 7-core GPU) Silver £1,799.00   £1,749.00 £1,698.00 n/a   £1,799.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £101.00 MacBook Air (M1, 8GB, 2TB, 7-core GPU) Gold £1,799.00   £1,749.00 £1,698.00 n/a   £1,799.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £101.00 MacBook Air (M1, 16GB, 256GB, 7-core GPU) Space Gray £1,199.00   £1,099.00 £1,138.00 n/a   £1,149.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £100.00 MacBook Air (M1, 16GB, 256GB, 7-core GPU) Silver £1,199.00   £1,149.00 £1,138.00 n/a   £1,199.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £61.00 MacBook Air (M1, 16GB, 256GB, 7-core GPU) Gold £1,199.00   £1,149.00 £1,138.00 n/a   £1,199.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £61.00 MacBook Air (M1, 16GB, 512GB, 7-core GPU) Space Gray £1,399.00   £1,299.00 £1,321.00 n/a   £1,349.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £100.00 M1, 16GB, 512GB, 7-core GPU Silver £1,399.00   £1,289.00 £1,321.00 n/a   £1,399.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £110.00 MacBook Air (M1, 16GB, 512GB, 7-core GPU) Gold £1,399.00   £1,299.00 £1,321.00 n/a   £1,399.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £100.00 MacBook Air (M1, 16GB, 1TB, 7-core GPU) Space Gray £1,599.00   £1,549.00 £1,510.00 n/a   £1,599.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £89.00 MacBook Air (M1, 16GB, 1TB, 7-core GPU) Silver £1,599.00   £1,549.00 £1,510.00 n/a   £1,599.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £89.00 MacBook Air (M1, 16GB, 1TB, 7-core GPU) Gold £1,599.00   £1,549.00 £1,510.00 n/a   £1,599.00 n/a   n/a   n/a   £89.00 MacBook Air (M1, 16GB, 2TB, 7-core GPU) Space Gray £1,999.00   £1,949.00 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Boston Market: BOGO meal coupon Aug. 26-28

Boston Market has a new coupon available for a free individual meal when you buy an individual meal and a drink August 26-28! The coupon is valid at participating locations. One per person per visit.

Not valid with any other offers. There is an additional charge for seasonal and premium sides. There is a £12 maximum discount allowed for the free meal.

See the details and coupon on the Boston Market website. You may need to click the X near the top right corner on their website to remove the Rotisserie Rewards ad and you'll see the coupon. When you sign up for their Rotisserie Rewards, you will get offers like this sent to your e-mail.

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iQOO 7 Legend gets Rs.3,000 discount offer for a limited time

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The UK is cheap – you should invest some of your money there

UK stocks are being snapped up left, right and centre by bidders right now. Why the popularity? Because as we've been saying for a while, they're cheap.

Particularly if you compare them to what else is out there. So it's probably a good idea to go and get yourself some while stocks last...

Why global fund managers have been shunning the UK

We've been saying for quite some time that UK shares are unreasonably cheap relative to other markets. That started largely because the Brexit vote in 2016 scared lots of investors into thinking Britain was "un-investable".

In turn, that made global fund managers in particular reason that Britain wasn't worth the bother. In a global fund manager context, that actually makes sense - Britain is a significant stock market but in terms of global market capitalisation, it only accounts for something in the region of about 5% or so, which means you can ignore or "underweight" it without really risking straying too far from your benchmark. So if you're a global money manager, and you have no idea what the fallout from Brexit might be, and you're seeing the political chaos in the years following the vote - not to mention the purse-lipped disapproval of the whole messy business endlessly expressed by your peers - then it really is a no-brainer decision to park the entire thing in the "too hard" bin and stick the money in US tech instead.

A new piece of research from Bill Casey and Nick Kissack at Schroders puts some numbers on just how big an impact this fund exodus had. Apparently, "global investor allocations to UK equities have almost halved since late 2015, and the asset class has seen 25% cumulative outflows since June 2016", they say, referencing data from Refinitiv Lipper. As a result - measured in US dollar terms - the UK market has underperformed to an extent "not seen since the early 1970s".

However, Brexit has now happened, and political stability is back to its average sort of levels. And in relative terms, Britain's political picture is arguably more predictable (for now) than that of many of its peers. Even on a pure political cycle basis, both Germany and France have big elections coming up whereas we don't have to put up with another one for a few years.

Of course, some argue that this is not about Brexit so much as about the composition of the UK market. We don't have enough tech stocks. We have too many "dinosaur" companies in outdated industries.

The UK is a "value" index in a "growth-y" world. Etc. Yet, note Schroders, that doesn't explain the whole gap at all. "It does not explain the stepp discount across sectors... versus both the US and Europe... causing acquirers to congregate as a flock around the UK."

According to the asset manager's analysis, in virtually every sector bar with only a handful of exceptions, UK stocks trade at a steep discount to both European (excluding UK) and US firms.

Good quality UK stocks are cheap simply because of where they're listed

Taking the analysis even further, Schroders compares 10 "diverse good quality companies" in the UK and compare them to "their most relevant peers". On this basis, for example, clothing retailer Next - an indisputably well-managed company, with a large online presence and prospects as solid as any in that sector - is still trading at a near-30% discount to its global peers. It's hard to see any logical reason for that.

It's a similar story for the other companies on the list, including Legal & General, Breedon and Sage Group. As the Schroders analysts put it, "the discount in our view largely arises from where they are listed and the resulting fund flows." In effect, UK markets are cheap because investors have just taken against the UK.

We're out of fashion. And of course, in a momentum-driven world, that feeds on itself. Just as the most popular stocks get more and more popular, so those that are shunned will remain the laggards.

The thing is, in the longer run, fundamentals (for want of a better word) will out. Why? Because ultimately, fundamentals are what drive the money-making ability of a company.

The market as a whole, may not value those fundamentals. But as a result, those who do value them, are more than happy to come along and snap up a bargain. That's why we're seeing all these bids at the moment. "Oh what, you don't want this piggy bank that spews out cash, because it's not on the blockchain and it's listed in politically toxic Britain?

Well, suit yourself, I'll have it." Sometimes investing is complicated. Sometimes it's simple.

This is one of the simple times. Buy the UK. We've been talking about the opportunities in UK stocks in MoneyWeek magazine for some time.

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Local Hyundai Dealership of Scranton, Pennsylvania Offers Service Coupons

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25, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Regular maintenance and servicing are essential for any vehicle to keep them in top shape. Dickson City Hyundai is running servicing specials for its customers. Professional and experienced technicians carry out the servicing to ensure efficiency and high quality of maintenance.

In addition, the dealership is offering various coupons to its customers so that they can save money as well. Currently, available service coupons are Hyundai Multi-Point Inspection, Repair/Service Discount, Lube, Oil and Filter Special, Free Brake Pads, Tire Mount and Balance, State Inspections, Timing Belt Coolant System Flush and Service, Free Battery Test and Free Brake Inspection. Drivers will get 10% off on any repair or service above £250 with the Service Discount coupon.

The Lube, Oil and Filter special includes an engine oil change, a complimentary multi-point inspection and an oil filter replacement and it will cost £24.95. State Inspection will cost the drivers £9.95 with the coupon. Coolant System Flush and Service will cost £99.95.

Customers can also get their vehicles inspected and find out if anything needs attention with the Hyundai Multi-point inspection coupon. Interested customers can print the service coupon or show it on their phones when they visit Dickson City Hyundai for service. Customers who would like to know more about the service coupons can find more information at dicksoncityhyundai.com.

They can also contact the sales team for questions at 570-487-5000. The drivers can visit Dickson City Hyundai salesroom at 1519 Scranton Carbondale Highway and talk to the sales representative in person. The dealership is open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday and from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturday.

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I’m stunned that this 3-axis smartphone gimbal is just $30 right now at Amazon

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The iSteady X works as both a handheld stabilizer and tripod-supported pan-and-scan tool. Absolutely steal at under £30. (Photo: Hohem)

That's a pretty loaded headline, so let me explain myself. A smartphone gimbal is a handheld stabilizer that helps eliminate shake while you're recording video.

It can also keep the camera trained on a particular subject while you move around. In short, it's a really effective tool for any videographer. (I'm looking at you TikTok-ers.) These things have been around for years; early models sold for well over £100.

More recently I've seen them dip under £100. But I've never, ever seen this: For a limited time, and while supplies last, Amazon seller mexcellentUS has the Hohem iSteady X 3-axis smartphone gimbal for £29.50 when you clip the £10-off coupon and then apply promo code H6PSXAGB at checkout. That absolutely destroys all previous deals I've seen on this.

£29.50 with coupon and code (Quick note: If you happen to hit Amazon and see a different seller listed, it's likely because mexcellentUS is sold out. Unfortunately, that means the coupon likely won't appear and the code won't work.)

The iSteady X is a motorized contraption, one that's battery-powered and rechargeable. It must be paired with your phone via an Android or iOS app, which is also what's used for things like gesture controls and face tracking. When not in use, it folds up for easier storage in the included carrying case.

Hohem also includes a removable tripod that you can screw to the bottom of the iSteady X. That's great for capturing time-lapse and panning shots or just doing hands-free selfie video. I've used an iSteady X in the past.

It works quite well overall, but be prepared: There's a learning curve. The controls definitely take some practice, and the companion app isn't the most intuitive. You won't find much help in Hohem's instructions; I recommend seeking out some YouTube videos.

Story continues Once you take the time to master everything, though, I think you'll find this a really useful asset. And at this price, it's practically an impulse buy.

If you shoot any kind of video at all, I definitely recommend taking a look.

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Should I book the new three-hour rapid PCR test at Heathrow? Which provider should I choose?

Choosing a trustworthy and affordable testing provider is a crucial part of your holiday planning checklist. But the government's list of hundreds of providers gives no indication of quality, so we've examined the price, refund policies, turnaround times and customer service reviews of some of the most popular test providers to help you decide. We've found that some companies such as C19 offer guarantees that results will arrive within 24 hours, and Collinson has recently announced the launch of rapid PCR testing with results provided in under three hours at its Heathrow testing centre.

Testing for All limits sales to help ensure it meets demand. Others, like Randox and Chronomics offer discounts when booked via airlines and holiday firms and airlines to reduce holiday costs. Factors like speedy results, fair pricing, refunds and ability to keep up with demand aren't a requirement for addition to the list of accredited government providers.

As a result, thousands of people have had tests fail to arrive on time, meaning longer stints in quarantine or worse, being refused entry to their flight. To help pick a good test company ahead of a trip abroad, Which? has done the legwork to help inform your research. Below we share our tips on how to choose a good provider, and which firms you should consider.

Seven things to check before you book

Make sure you're up to date with your destination's entry requirements, and confirm the exact test needed (including sensitivity and specificity of the test).

Is it an accredited provider?
A company having easy-to-access information about their UKAS (The United Kingdom Accreditation Service) accreditation status is usually a good sign. You can look to see whether the company is accredited by UKAS) here. All companies which appear on the government's list of providers have at least self-declared that they meet the required standards.

Laboratories and firms that carry out testing in clinic have to go through UKAS three-stage accreditation process. Do bear in mind that all companies can initially self-declare that they meet the government's minimum requirements for four weeks before moving onto 'stage two'. Currently only around 60 of companies on the government's list of over 400 providers are fully UKAS accredited (i.e. at 'stage three').

Does it grant refunds?
Not only do fair refund policies mean your money is safe if your travel plans change, but they are a good indicator that the company is confident it can provide the service. You might also want to check the notice requirements for a refund. For example, some firms will refund up to 24 hours prior to a testing appointment, while others may expect a week's notice if your holiday is cancelled.

Remember to watch out for admin fees, too. Which? also looked for companies that offered timeframe guarantees, and refunds in the event that test results weren't delivered on-time. C19 Testing was the only company we found which refunded customers if their 'under 24 hours' deadline was not met for outbound 'fit to fly' PCR results and day 5 test to release results.

Find a company that limits sales for on time delivery
Your test provider should be confident it can meet demand and deliver tests back on time. One way to check they're taking precautions is to look on their website and FAQs to note whether they limit the number of at-home tests sold, such as Testing for All. The site might also list certain options as 'sold out', which can be another indication of good stock monitoring.

Look for discounts from your tour op/airline
Many airlines and tour operators have partnered with test providers to offer cheaper tests. Some, such as First Choice say they have vetted the testing companies they recommend. Knowing your tour operator recommends a company - especially if the operator guarantees a fee free amendment for your holiday when tests are not returned on time ahead of departure adds some reassurance.

Consider delivery/in person for speed purposes
If you're nervous about calculating the time frames for tests, or anticipate complications attempting a test at home, visit a clinic instead. This is not necessarily more expensive. For those on a tight deadline, rapid PCR tests with results delivered within three hours are also available, though currently only in Collinson's Heathrow testing site. Check social media reviews
Social media is the best way to get an idea of customer experiences.

We took into account whether each company had an established Facebook page, and if so, its review rating out of 5 (when displayed). A page's rating is based on reviews and recommendations from the public, and only Facebook pages that allow recommendations (and have enough of them) can show a rating. So, lack of a decent rating could be a red flag.

We also searched for each firm on Twitter and counted the number of negative reviews appearing on the 'Latest' page for each set of results, detailing the timeframes for each. A shorter timeframe may indicate a higher number of recent complaints overall for the company. Which? has not yet reviewed any of these companies, and therefore does not endorse any of the providers.

The below information is intended to help inform your own research.

Who would Which? Travel experts book with?

Of the companies we looked into, C19 Testing and Testing For All stood out. C19's comprehensive refund policy suggests a confidence in its ability to meet fulfil customer orders, which should in turn offer peace of mind.

Testing For All limits sales to meet demand and deadlines and has mostly positive customer reviews on social media.

Should I book a covid test with Breathe Assured?

Is it a fully accredited provider?
Breathe Assured appears on the government's list of testing providers for green list day 2 tests, meaning it meets the government's minimum requirements. But specific information about Breathe Assured's level of UKAS accreditation wasn't readily available on the site, and it doesn't appear on UKAS' list of fully accredited providers. Breathe Assured does not provide PCR tests - instead, it provides vouchers for its customers to book PCR tests through Randox (see below).

Are both delivery and in-person tests available?
No. Breathe Assured only offers supervised virtual appointments using an at-home test. Does it grant refunds?
Mostly, no.

Breathe Assured says it is unable to accept returns or provide refunds on tests unless faulty. If a void result returns, it will send a replacement test. Discount options from airlines / tour operators
If you book directly with Randox (Breathe Assured's provider), you can access GBP43 tests using a discount code from a Randox travel industry partner.

Scroll to find these below under 'Should I book a covid test with Randox?'. Discount codes:
British Airways discount automatically applied at checkout. Does this company say it limits sales to help meet demand?
As it only offers attended tests these are limited to booked virtual appointments.

Social media reviews
No Facebook rating was visible on the Breathe Assured Facebook page. We found around 13 negative reviews on Twitter's Latest page for tweets mentioning Breathe Assured, a number of which mentioned that nurses hadn't attended virtual supervision appointments. Breathe Assured returns test pricing as listed on website
Day 2 PCR test, partnered with Randox (home): GBP45
At-home day 2 and day 8 PCR tests, partnered with Randox (home): GBP90
At-home day 5 test to release, partnered with Randox (home): GBP45

Should I book a covid test with C19 Testing?

Is it a fully accredited provider?
Yes, its parent company Cerulean Health is accredited.

Are both delivery and in-person tests available?
No - an in-person service is not available with C19. Does it grant refunds?
Yes. C19's refund policy is the most generous we found.

Along with guaranteed 24 hour results for day 5 tests to release and outbound PCR tests, C19 offers refunds if day 2 and day 8 results are returned late and a customer is adversely affected by the delay. It will also provide refunds for non-conclusive/void tests if the customer doesn't choose to retest. If you decide to cancel an order before it's dispatched you'll receive a full refund.

If you miss this deadline, you will still receive a partial refund, minus a fee per kit to cover postage. Discount options from airlines / tour operators
We didn't spot any discount codes but C19 is offering free UK entry antigen rapid tests with all outbound PCR tests. Does this company say it limits sales to help meet demand?
No, but C19's comprehensive refund policy gives some indication of confidence in their ability to fulfil customer orders.

Social media reviews
No Facebook rating was visible on the C19 Facebook page. We spotted around 3 negative tweets mentioning C19 displayed on twitter's Latest page relating to delays in response from customer services and order processing errors. C19 returns test pricing as listed on website
Day 2 test (home): GBP89
Day 8 test (home): GBP89
Day 2 and 8 test bundle (home): GBP169
Day 5 test to release (home): GBP99

Should I book a covid test with Chronomics?

Is it a fully accredited provider?
Chronomics appears on the government's list of testing providers meaning it meets minimum standards.

It is not fully accredited itself but uses several accredited laboratories Nonacus, Oncologica and Acculab, as well as Dante Labs which is not yet accredited. Are both delivery and in-person tests available?
No. Chronomics only provides at-home swab tests.

Does it grant refunds?
Yes. For those who no longer wish to use their test, Chronomics suggests "tailored advice", but says it will offer refunds for unopened or unused tests. It's possible to cancel an order up until 3pm the day before the testing kit is due to be shipped.

Customers who booked tests through Tui may be considered eligible for refunds on test packages if the holiday is cancelled, and have access to a dedicated refund request dashboard. Discount options from airlines / tour operators
Chronomics have partnered with Tui / First Choice to provide cheaper testing packages for their customers, and First Choice says it has vetted the test provider. Note that this service is currently available for holidays up until the end of November.

Jet2 and British Airways list the provider on their website. Discount codes:
Test packages for Tui / First Choice customers begin at GBP10 for antigen tests and GBP20 for a Green list package. British Airways automatically applies a discount at checkout if booked through its affiliate link. Jet2 Holidays offers GBP79 tests using the code holiday8. Does this company say it limits sales to help meet demand?
Not really.

We didn't find any mention of limited sales on Chronomics' website, although its terms and conditions did say Chronomics may not accept an order, and that this may be due to "unexpected limits on our resources which we could not reasonably plan for." Social media reviews:
No Facebook rating was visible on the Chronomics Facebook page. We found 18 negative comments about Chronomics on the latest page of Twitter mentions for the firm.

The earliest tweet on the page dated back to 24th July. Which? Is aware of Tui customers who have not received tests booked with Chronomics on time and been unable to take their holiday.

Tui will allow customers who don't get their test back in time to amend their holiday dates for free. Chronomics returns test pricing as listed on website
Day 2 test (home): GBP89
Day 2 / day 8 test bundle (home): GBP170
Day 5 test to release (home): GBP99
Green list bundle (antigen test to return and day 2 PCR test, home): GBP98.75
Amber list bundle (antigen test to return, day 2 PCR test and day 8 PCR test, home): GBP173.75

Should I book a covid test with Collinson?

Is it a fully accredited provider?
Yes. Are both delivery and in-person tests available?
Collinson provides at-home or in-accommodation pre-return antigen tests, and in-person departure and arrivals testing.

Collinson has also partnered with Randox to provide rapid PCR outbound testing in under 3 hours in Heathrow airport, and the service will extend to Gatwick airport in the future. Does it grant refunds?
Sometimes. If you cancel an in-person booking within 72 hours you'll be entitled to a refund.

Collinson does not offer refunds for pre-return tests (supervised or unsupervised). Discount options from airlines / tour operators
Hays Travel has partnered with Collinson to provide its customers with a discount when booking Covid tests, and refers to it as a recommended supplier. Easyjet, British Airways and Jet2 offer a discount code to customers.

Collinson also provides testing at several major airports (including Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Stansted, East Midlands, Manchester airport and near Heathrow.) Discount codes: Hays Travel offers 20% off with code Hays20; Easyjet offers 20% off with code EASY20OFF, British Airways offers 20% off with code BA20OFF, Jet2 offers a set price with code HOLIDAY21 / TEST21 . Does this company say it limits sales to help meet demand?
We didn't find a mention of limited sales on Collinson's website, but its terms and conditions say that services are 'subject to laboratory capacity, specially trained staff and stock availability.'

Social media reviews
No Facebook rating was visible on the Collinson Facebook page. Twitter's Latest page displayed tweets mentioning Collinson dating back to 15th August, around nine of which were negative in some way, mentioning results failing to arrive, poor customer service and customers claiming to have been charged wrongly for tests. Collinson returns test pricing as listed on website

Rapid PCR (results within 3 hours) only near Heathrow currently GBP95
Green PCR test (on site): GBP69
Amber - Fully Vaccinated including 1x PCR test on site): GBP69
Amber - Partially or Non-Vaccinated including day 2 and day 8 PCR tests (on site): GBP138
Day 8 PCR upgrade (on site): GBP69
Day 5 test to release (on site): GBP95
LAMP GBP85
Supervised antigen video self-test: GBP42

Should I book a covid test with Eurofins?

Is it a fully accredited provider?
Yes. Are both delivery and in-person tests available?
Yes. You can order an at-home swab test or book an appointment at a Eurofins 'sampling station' or drive-through testing station.

Does it grant refunds?
We found no information on refunds or cancellations on the Eurofins website, nor through a deeper site search. Discount options from airlines / tour operators
Eurofins offers discounted departure tests with British Airways. Discount codes:
British Airways 10% discount with code BA2021

Does this company say it limits sales to help meet demand?
Eurofins mentions on its website that it is currently experiencing high levels of demand, but that it is currently issuing PCR tests on-time. Social media reviews
The Eurofins Global Facebook page currently has a rating of 1.3 out of 5. Eurofins' divisions all have separate Twitter accounts, making it difficult to gauge their presence on the platform.

But when we checked the first page tweets mentioning @EurofinsGroup we found six negative comments since 6th June, including complaints about delayed results and poor customer service. Eurofins returns test pricing as listed on website
Day 2 test (home): from GBP54.90
Day 2 test (drive-through): from GBP20 (for morning slots at Livingston and Warrington sites)
Day 2 and 8 test package (home): from GBP98
Day 2 and 8 test package (drive-through): from GBP40 (for morning slots at Livingston and Warrington sites)
Day 5 test to release (home): GBP44.90

Should I book a covid test with Expert Medicals?

Is it a fully accredited provider?
No. Expert Medicals was removed from the government's list of Covid-19 testing firms for travel on 2 September.

The CMA (Competition and Markets Authority) announced on 3 September that it was launching an investigation into whether its practices breach consumer law. It is still legally allowed to sell tests but we recommend only booking with firms that are on the official government list. In June Which? published a report into the 'cheapest' Covid test providers, and the gap between listed and actual test prices.

Expert Medicals was one of the providers mentioned along with four other providers, three of which were subsequently removed from the DHSC's list of providers. We also mentioned at the time that Expert Medicals had a large number of complaints and poor ratings on Trustpilot. Are both delivery and in-person tests available?
Expert medicals mostly offers at-home test kits, but does also provide an on-site day 5 test to release.

Does it grant refunds?
No. Expert Medicals says it operates under a strict no refund policy with no exceptions. It says that once booked, testing kits are "non refundable".

Discount options from airlines / tour operators
We did not find any affiliations between Expert Medicals and any airlines or tour operators. Does this company say it limits sales to help meet demand?
We did not find any mentions of limited sales on Expert Medicals' website or in its terms and conditions. Social media reviews
Which? could not identify an Expert Medicals Facebook page, so was unable to gather data about reviews of its services from Facebook users.

When we checked latest tweets mentioning Expert Medicals we found around 20 negative comments since 13th August, including multiple comments about test kits and results not arriving. Expert Medicals returns test pricing as listed on website
Day 2 test (home): GBP28
Day 8 test (home): GBP40
Day 2 and 8 testing package (home): GBP70
Day 5 test to release (on site): GBP60

Should I book a covid test with Express Test?

Is it a fully accredited provider?
Express Test appears on the government's list of Covid-19 testing firms for travel meaning it meets the minimum requirements but it has not yet been fully accredited. Express Test provides details of its level of accreditation clearly on its website.

Are both delivery and in-person tests available?
Yes. Does it grant refunds?
Yes, in some instances. For clinic appointments, if FCDO travel advice disrupts your travel plans, you'll be refunded.

If you decide to cancel for other reasons up to 72 hours before the test, you'll receive a voucher valid for 12 months. If the cancellation is within 72 hours, you'll need to prove your plans were disrupted by cancelled flights or government travel advice changing. For home test kits, cancellations must be made at least 4 full days before your test date, and refunds won't be granted if your test kit has already been dispatched.

Discount options from airlines / tour operators
Trailfinders, Kuoni and Inghams - all tour operators rated highly by customers - listed Express Test as an option when pointing customers toward testing providers. It is Virgin Atlantic's recommended provider, and numerous airports use the service including Birmingham and London Heathrow. British Airways also offers a discount for this provider to its customers.

Discount codes:
Trailfinders offers a 4% discount with TF21; Inghams offers a 4% discount with HOTELPLAN; Virgin Atlantic offers some discounts with VIRGIN21; British Airways offers some discounts with BA21 Does this company say it limits sales to help meet demand?
We didn't find any limited sale statements on Express Test's website. Social media reviews
On its Facebook page Express Test displays an overall review rating of 2.9 out of 5.

On Twitter we found around 15 negative customer comments, dating back to 15th August, including poor customer service and delays in accessing QR codes for passenger locator forms. Express Test returns test pricing as listed on website
Green list day 2 PCR test (on site): from GBP69 (GBP79 for home tests)
Amber list day 2 PCR test (on site): from GBP69 (GBP79 for home tests)
Amber list day 2 & 8 PCR test (on site): from GBP129 (139 for home tests)
Test to release day 5 test (on site): from GBP69
Day 2, 5 and 8 test package (on site): from GBP189 Is it a fully accredited provider?
Project Screen by Prenetics does appear on the government's list of Covid-19 testing firms, but it is not fully accredited.

It uses laboratories which are UKAS applicants or accredited, and transparently list more specific information about the levels of accreditation on their website. The firm says its cheaper antigen test, which can be taken on holiday with you, is not suitable for all destinations. Are both delivery and in-person tests available?
Yes - you can order an at-home kit, or you can visit an on site 'pod' for fit to fly and day 5 test to return tests.

Does it grant refunds?
In some instances. You'll get a full refund if you cancel a home test kit and it has not yet been dispatched. Even if you cancel within 2 months of it being dispatched, you'll get a partial refund (minus a GBP20 admin fee), as long as you haven't activated the test.

The company does not provide refunds for antigen tests if the test kit has already been dispatched. If your country moves to green from amber and you choose to 'downgrade' your package you'll be refunded for tests you didn't need. For pod appointments, you'll get a full refund as long as you cancel with at least 24 hours' notice (otherwise you'll be charged in full).

Discount options from airlines / tour operators
Virgin Atlantic say it has partnered with Project Screen by Prenetics to provide Covid-19 tests, and claim that "Prenetics offers reliability, and fast turnaround times". Discount codes:
Virgin Atlantic discounts are applied automatically when booked through their link. Inghams offers a 5% discount with code PreneticsHotelplan Does this company say it limits sales to help meet demand?
We did not find specific mentions of limited sales.

Social media reviews
No Facebook rating was visible on the Project Screen by Prenetics Facebook page. On Twitter's Latest page we found around 4 negative reviews since April 2020. Project Screen by Prenetics returns test pricing as listed on website
Day 2 test kit (home): from GBP79
Day 2 and day 8 test kit (home): from GBP154
Day 5 test to release test kit (home): from GBP79
Day 5 test to release (on site): from GBP99

Should I book a covid test with Randox?

Is it a fully accredited provider?
One of the UK's largest providers, Randox appear on the government list of test providers, meaning it meets the minimum requirements for providing Covid-19 testing.

However, it does not appear on UKAS's list of fully accredited providers. Are both delivery and in-person tests available?
Yes. The firm offers at-home test kits, clinics and also runs Express Testing in Liverpool, Manchester, London Stansted and East Midlands Airports.

Does it grant refunds?
In specific instances. If you cancel a clinic appointment with at least 24 hours' notice you'll be refunded. Randox states in its terms and conditions that it is unable to offer refunds for unused test kits.

Discount options from airlines / tour operators
Randox is partnered with numerous airlines and tour operators including RyanAir, Easyjet, Tui, British Airways and more. First Choice says it has vetted Randox for quality and recommends the provider along with two others on its website. Discount codes:
RyanAir customers should use code FLYRYANAIR to access discounted prices (listed below); British Airways offers GBP43 tests with code BritishAirways43; Easyjet offers GBP43 tests with code easyjet2021; Saga offers GBP43 tests with code SAGA; Tui offers GBP43 tests with code TUI2021; Inghams offers GBP43 code HPRX; Co-operative Travel offers one-off codes to customers for GBP48 PCR tests, GBP96 day 2 and day 8 bundles and GBP20.83 pre-return to UK antigen tests.

Does this company say it limits sales to help meet demand?
We didn't find any limited sale statements on Randox's website. Social media reviews
No Facebook rating was visible on the Randox or Randox Health Facebook pages, which isn't a great sign for a company as large as this. We found five negative comments mentioning Randox in just a few hours (the firm is very frequently mentioned on Twitter by customers).

Comments mostly touched on concerns about overflowing or inaccessible test dropboxes. Randox says it continues to increase the number of dropboxes across the UK and is increasing the frequency of box collections. Randox returns test pricing as listed on website
Day 2 test (home): from GBP43 for home delivery with discount code, from GBP45 for click and collect
Day 2 test (on site): from GBP55
Day 8 test: from GBP43 with discount code
Day 8 test (on site): from GBP55
Day 2 and 8 bundle (home): from GBP86 for home delivery with discount code, from GBP90 for click and collect
Day 5 test: from GBP43 with discount code
Day 5 test (on site): from GBP55
Amber travel pack including 1 x pre-departure (from UK), 1 x day 2 PCR, 1 x day 8
PCR Test (home): from GBP129 for at home delivery with discount code
Fully vaccinated amber travel pack including including 1 x pre-departure PCR (from UK) and 1 x day 2 PCR (home): from GBP86 for home delivery with discount code, from GBP90 for click and collect

Should I book a covid test with Testing For All?

Is it a fully accredited provider?
Testing For All appears on the government's list of test providers, meaning it meets the minimum standards.

It doesn't provide testing or laboratory services itself, meaning it doesn't need accreditation but its laboratory partner Nonacus is accredited. It's a not-for-profit, claiming a mission to 'make COVID-19 testing accessible and affordable to anyone who needs it'. Are both delivery and in-person tests available?
No.

Testing for All only provides at-home swab tests. Does it grant refunds?
Yes, in certain circumstances. If your travel plans change and your new preferred date isn't available due to sale quotas, Testing for All will provide a refund.

This refund will be in full if you cancel before the kit is dispatched. If you cancel after it has been dispatched, Testing For All says it will only grant a partial refund. The refund policy also stipulates that it will provide a refund if Testing For All cannot provide results (as long the quality of your swab sample is not the reason for the failure).

Discount options from airlines / tour operators
Testing For All does not currently list any airline or tour operator partners on its website. Discount codes:
We aren't aware of any existing discount codes for Testing For All, but on its website it claims it prices tests at the minimum cost it can, based on the volume of testing. Does this company say it limits sales to help meet demand?
Testing For All's website claims the provider sticks to "strict sales volume quotas".

You'll notice certain travel dates are listed as 'sold out' on the booking page, and Testing for All explains that this is in order to match the number of tests its laboratory partners can process. This system is intended to ensure Testing For All delivers your test results on time. Social media reviews
Testing for All is currently scoring 4.5/5 on its Facebook page.

Twitter's Latest page showed comments dating back to 6th August, 13 of which were negative comments. These negative comments mostly mentioned delays in receiving confirmation emails - something the firm addressed on 15th August and is working to fix. If your confirmation email is late, it has explained that the Order Code for passenger locator forms is visible on your order confirmation page.

Testing For All returns test pricing as listed on website
Day 2 test (home): GBP48
Day 2 and 8 package (home): GBP89
Flexible PCR test (home, suitable for fit to fly certificates and test to release if performed with video consultation): GBP69 A note on pricing
We have listed the cost of UK arrivals PCR tests and test bundles below. All prices were correct on 08/09/2021 and may be subject to change.

Prices listed may or may not reflect actual costs at checkout - a Which?

Investigation published in June showed that some test providers quoted unobtainable prices on websites, with gaps between advertised and actual costs.

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More worries raised about the High Street coronavirus voucher in Northern Ireland – this time about excluding teenage shoppers

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Every adult in Northern Ireland will eligible for a GBP100 pre-paid card. To apply, people will have to be 18 before applications close on October 11 and the card has to be spent by November 30. The scheme was devised to help struggling local businesses by giving punters cash to treat themselves to something they wouldn't have otherwise bought.

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But the News Letter has previously pointed out a gaping loophole in the plan: the only requirement is that the money to be spent in some kind of shop, not online - meaning it could just as easily end up subsidising a perfectly healthy multinational as a struggling native business.

Stormont's Economy Committee was given an update on the GBP145m scheme. Department for the Economy official Tommy O'Reilly told the committee that the scheme would launch in September. Committee chairwoman Caoimhe Archibald asked: "We have previously discussed making the card available to 16 and 17-year-olds.

Is that something which is still under consideration? "Obviously there are a lot of young people who may live independently, who may work and who would have National Insurance numbers." Mr O'Reilly said: "The policy is that we are only making the scheme available to those who are 18-plus.

There are clear reasons why we shouldn't be opening it up to those who are under the age of 18 and we have to draw some boundaries around that. "That is where the policy sits at the moment in terms of trying to ensure the scheme can be delivered as efficiently as possible and within the timeframes and within the overall budget. "If we are going to give GBP100 to every adult eligible in Northern Ireland, our most recent estimates from Nisra is that the numbers will be estimated at 1.5 million.

We have only got about GBP140m so there is a very thin margin." Ms Archibald responded: "I would just make the point that 16-year-olds would be considered working age for Nisra. In terms of the intent of the scheme in bringing people back into the shops, that younger cohort has been one of the age groups whose behaviour has most changed because of Covid.

"In terms of bringing a different cohort into businesses, it would benefit to include that age group." Mr O'Reilly said the department had ultimately had to make a decision around the overall policy, adding: "Sixteen and 17-year-olds are not considered as adults. If you go below that, why not 15s?

Why not 14s? We need to draw this boundary somewhere to ensure that we can deliver the economic benefits." "The policy has not finally been nailed down because we are giving our minister some further legal advice around this issue, but that is where the policy stands at this moment."

MLA Claire Sugden said: "Sixteen and 17-year-olds can work, they have a National Insurance number, they can spend. I would be fully supportive of extending it to 16 and 17-year-olds. "If this is about encouraging people to shop in the high street, who better than that age cohort who you would expect to shop online?

I don't understand the department's rationale for not extending it, any of the reasons given at this point don't make sense to me." MLA Stewart Dickson added: "Around the lower age limit, is it likely that a further legal intervention, for example an equality or other claim would delay the scheme?" Mr O'Reilly said he could not answer because he is not legally qualified, but said the department was taking legal advice.

The committee agreed to write to Economy Minister Gordon Lyons to say they support the principle of 16 to 17-year-olds being included, but did not want the current scheme to be delayed. More from the News Letter: A message from the Editor:

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