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Daily Deals: 15% Off M.2 Solid State Drives (SSDs) at Newegg, Perfect for Your PS5 and Xbox Series X Storage Upgrade

PS5 owners can now choose to upgrade their storage with M.2 solid state drives. You'll want to be familiar with the SSD requirements and be comfortable with taking apart your PS5 (it's not simple plug and play). Coincidentally, Newegg is offering a 15% off coupon code that works on several high-speed PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 solid state drives.

These include well known brands like Samsung and Seagate. You'll need all the discounts you can get, since high-speed M.2 SSDs still cost a pretty penny. These deals and more below.

New PS5 Update Supports M.2 SSDs

New PS5 Update Supports M.2 Solid State Drives (Link to Sony)

New PS5 Update Supports M.2 Solid State Drives (Link to Sony)

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Sony released a new beta update for PS5 owners that allow the installation and use of M.2 solid state drives.

Before you get too excited though, be aware that the SSD requirements are very strict; the budget M.2 SSDs like the Samsung 980, WD SN750, or the Crucial P5 might not fly. At the bare minimum, the PS5 requires a PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 NVMe SSD with a recommended speed of 5,500Mbps or higher. In other words, you'll be paying a pretty penny if you want maximum speed out of your storage upgrade.

M.2 Solid State Drives (5500Mbps Speeds or Higher)

Seagate 1TB Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S

Seagate 1TB SSD Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S

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Seagate 1TB SSD Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S Use promo code "AFFEYSB59"

15% off £219.99

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Now that we understand the cost of upgrading the PS5 storage, we can understand why the Xbox 1TB SSD expansion module commands such a high price point. With this coupon code, however, upgrading the Xbox Series X storage might actually be cheaper than upgrading the PS5 storage.

The other benefits are guaranteed compatibility and easily plug and play, unlike the PS5 where you have to take apart the console.

Samsung 980 Pro M.2 Solid State Drive

Samsung 980 Pro 500GB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 6900Mbps)

Use code: AFFEYSB59 Samsung 980 Pro 500GB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 6900Mbps) Use promo code "AFFEYSB59"

32% off £149.99

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Samsung is one of the most popular and reliable SSD brands, and the 980 offers 6,900Mbps transfer speeds and a PCIe Gen4 interface at a price that won't break the bank. Performance-wise it will blow any standard SATA SSD or hard drive out of the water. It's designed to run optimally even without a heatsink (it's supposed to withstand torrid PC temps, and the PS5 is essentially a proprietary gaming PC), but it's also very simple to install one on your own.

WD Black SN850 M.2 SSD with Heatsink

WD Black SN850 1TB Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 7000Mbps)

The WD Black deserves special mention because it's the best selling SSD right now for the PS5 and it comes preinstalled with a low profile heatsink.

This is a blazing fast drive with transfer speeds rated at up to 7,000 MB/s and a PCIe Gen4 interface.

Mushkin Enhanced Gamma 1TB M.2 SSD

Mushkin Enhanced Gamma 1TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 7150Mbps)

Use code: AFFEYSB59 Mushkin Enhanced Gamma 1TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 7150Mbps) Use promo code "AFFEYSB59"

16% off £219.99

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Mushkin is another brand that's been around for a while. Their "Enhanced Gamma" is their top-of-the-line series of M.2 solid state drives with sequential read speeds of up to 7,950Mbps, well over the 5500Mbps recommended threshold for the PS5. It's also reasonably priced after the coupon code is applied.

It does not come with a preinstalled heatsink.

PNY XLR8 2TB M.2 Solid State Drive

PNY XLR8 CS3040 2TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 5600Mbps)

Use code: 82BTSWKN446 PNY XLR8 CS3040 2TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 5600Mbps) Use promo code "82BTSWKN446"

21% off £369.99

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This is a nice deal if you're really looking to triple the storage space in your PS5 console and you insist on keeping in line with Sony's recommendation of a 5,500Mbps or faster SSD. This PCIe Gen4 x4 SSD just clears that threshold at 5,600Mbps, and it's over £50 cheaper than the Samsung 980 Pro model. It does not come with a preinstalled heatsink.

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Corsair Force 600 1TB M.2 Solid State Drive

Corsair Force Series MP600 1TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 5000Mbps)

Corsair Force Series MP600 1TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 5000Mbps)

35% off £249.99

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This is an interesting SSD to consider as well. It's easily the lowest priced 1TB M.2 SSD we've seen that *almost* fulfills all of the PS5 SSD recommended specs. The only caveat is that it boasts 4,950Mbps read speeds, just slightly less than the 5,500Mbps.

Sony's official statement is that 5,500Mbps is recommended, but not required. This is a PCIe Gen4 model and it even includes a heatsink (which is removable if there are installation issues).

Seagate Firecuda 520 M.2 Solid State Drive

Seagate Firecuda 520 1TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 5000Mbps)

Use code: AFFEYSB59 Seagate Firecuda 520 1TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 5000Mbps)

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22% off £220.99

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Seagate Firecuda is another well known SSD brand. The 520 series is a PCIe Gen4 SSD that offers 5,000Mbps transfer speeds. You won't find many PCIe Gen4 SSD in the 1TB size that will currently match this deal in terms of pricing.

There's no built-in heatsink but if you wanted to, it's not difficult to install your own.

Mushkin Enhanced Delta 2TB M.2 SSD

Mushkin Enhanced Delta 2TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 5000Mbps)

Use code: AFFEYSB59 Mushkin Enhanced Delta 2TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 5000Mbps) Use promo code "AFFEYSB59"

15% off £299.99

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The Mushkin "Enhanced Delta" is a step down from the "Enhanced Gamma" series (speeds of 5,000Mbps vs 7,950Mbps) but in return you get the least expensive 2TB model in this entire lineup. It's a full £100 cheaper than the Samsung 980 Pro 2TB model. It does not come with a preinstalled heatsink.

T-Force Cardea C440 1TB M.2 Solid State Drive

T-Force Cardea Ceramic C440 1TB M.2 2280 1TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 5000Mbps)

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T-Force Cardea Ceramic C440 1TB M.2 2280 1TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 5000Mbps) Use promo code "AFFEYSB59"

21% off £199.99

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This is the least expensive 1TB SSD of the bunch. Despite the low price tag, the T-Force Cardea is still a PCIe Gen4 x4 SSD that offers sequential read speeds of up to 5000Mbps.

It does not include a built-in heatsink.

Patriot Viper VP4100 1TB M.2 Solid State Drive

Patriot Viper Gaming VP4100 PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 4700Mbps)

Use code: AFFEYSB59 Patriot Viper Gaming VP4100 PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 4700Mbps) Use promo code "AFFEYSB59"

18% off £207.99

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The Patriot Viper VP4100 is a bit slower than the rest of the SSDs in the lineup with a sequential read speed of up to 4,700Mbps. On the plus side, it is one of the least expensive 1TB SSDs, is still built on the PCIe Gen4 x4 interface, and even includes a built-in heatsink so you don't have to install your own.

USB 3.2 Portable SSDs & Hard Drives

Samsung T7 500GB USB 3.2 Portable SSD

Samsung T7 500GB USB 3.2 Portable SSD

Use code: AFFEYSB59 Samsung T7 500GB USB 3.2 Portable SSD

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41% off £99.99

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If the idea of taking apart your PS5 to install an SSD sounds too daunting for you, there's always the much easier and more convenient route of plugging in an external storage drive. The Samsung T7 SSD is as fast as it gets in that department. The PS5 has USB ports that support Gen2 speeds (up to 10Gbps) and this SSD supports USB 3.2 Gen2 with transfer speeds up to 1,050MB/s, so it's practically a match made in heaven.

It's normally £100 for the 500GB model (portable SSD drives are typically pricier than internal ones), but you're saving 30% off with this deal. Of course it won't be as fast as an M.2 SSD, but it's easier, cheaper, and you'll be able to use it for other things.

Crucial X6 500GB USB 3.2 Portable SSD

Crucial X6 500GB USB 3.2 Portable SSD

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15% off £59.99

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Here's another portable SSD at an even lower price. Like the Samsung T7 above, the Crucial X6 connects via USB 3.2, however its maximum transfer speed is limited to about 540MB/s.

WD Passport 5TB USB 3.2 Portable Hard Drive

WD My Passport 5TB USB 3.2 Portable Hard Drive

Use code: 93XRP54 WD My Passport 5TB USB 3.2 Portable Hard Drive

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33% off £149.99

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This portable hard drive adds more storage to your PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. Portable drives are much smaller than their desktop hard drive siblings and require no additional power other than the obligatory USB port.

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Roborock S6 Robot Vacuum and Mop

Roborock S6 Robot Vacuum and Mop with Adaptive Routing, Multi-Floor Mapping, Extra Long Battery Life

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37% off £599.99

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Both professional and user reviews say this is a Roomba killer right here. The top-end Roborock S6 normally sells for £600 but it's 37% off today with a code and a clippable coupon. The Roborock S6 features WiFi with Alex voice control, powerful lidar navigation, multi-floor mapping, power suction, and a built-in water reservoir for mopping too.

New Apple MacBook Air with M1 Chip

Apple MacBook Air 13" Retina Display with M1 Chip, 8GB/256GB

Apple MacBook Air 13" Retina Display with M1 Chip, 8GB/256GB

15% off £999.99

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Amazon is offering the lowest price ever on the new MacBook Air with M1 chip. You can save £150 off compared to buying directly from the Apple Store. Reviews show that the new M1 chip is a veritable speed demon; it offers better performance while generating less heat and consuming less power than any of the Intel chips that Apple used in previous models.

The Lord of the Rings Illustrated Edition Hardcover

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Preorder The Lord of the Rings Illustrated Hardcover Edition

40% off £75.00

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This LotR Illustrated Hardcover Edition hasn't been released yet (it's out October 19), but it just saw it's second massive price drop today. Last week this book was discounted for the first time ever from £75 down to £59.99 (20% off). Today, there's yet another discount for a total of 40% off the original price.

If you've already preordered this book, don't fret; Amazon will automatically guarantee you the lowest price. This massive 1,200+ page tome includes illustrations from author JRR Tolkien, for the first time in any edition of the series since 1954.

Apple AirPods Pro Noise-Cancelling Earbuds

Apple AirPods Pro Noise-Cancelling Earbuds

Apple AirPods Pro Noise-Cancelling Earbuds

27% off £259.99

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If you regret not picking the Airpods Pro up on Amazon Prime Day at 24% off, here's your chance to get it today at the same price. The AirPods Pro is considered one of the best noise-cancelling in-ear headphones you can get, especially for under £200, and it's significantly better than even the vanilla AirPods.

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Amazon’s giving away $15 credits, but this is your last chance to get one

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission. Among our readers, the best-seller this week has been Govee's best-selling Wi-Fi smart plugs. They work with Alexa and Google Assistant as well as with an app on your phone.

While other smart plugs cost up to £25 each, these are just £5 apiece when you clip the coupon on the Amazon page. That's nuts, and it's just one of several fantastic deals that our readers have been jumping on lately. Another big one is the £600 YABER Pro V7 home theater projector.

It's on sale for just £214.99 when you clip the on-site coupon. That's a massive discount! You can also get a great Sysperl robot vacuum for £76.99 or any of Apple's AirPods models at Amazon's lowest prices of 2021.

That includes AirPods Pro for £189.99 and AirPods 2 with Wireless Charging for an all-time low of £139.98. You definitely cannot go wrong with any or all of those great bargains. But as good as they are, they'll only appeal to certain people who are looking for those particular types of products.

There's one special deal that will appeal to everyone though, and you'd have to be crazy to pass it up. That's right, folks -- Amazon is giving away free money again!

Today's Top Deal Unreal deal gets you Amazon's hottest smart home gadget for £23 - plus a £40 credit! List Price:£29.98 Price:£21.94 You Save:£8.04 (27%) Amazon Prime logo Buy Now Available from Amazon, BGR may receive a commission Available from Amazon BGR may receive a commission

Amazon periodically runs deals that offer free Amazon credit when you make certain purchases. Most of the time, you get free credit for buying an Amazon gift card or reloading your balance.

Every once in a while, however, Amazon has offers that aren't tied to gift cards. Such is the case right now, with a special offer for Prime members only. As you know, there are a bunch of different benefits tied to Amazon Prime.

It's good for more than just fast shipping and streaming movies, after all. Among the many Prime benefits is Amazon Photos, a service that lets you back up full-resolution photos. Since Google canceled its unlimited photo storage offering tied to Google Photos, this is a particularly great alternative.

Thinking about giving Amazon Photos a shot? Well, now is the perfect time because Amazon will give you a free £15 Amazon credit just for trying it out!

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If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber who has never tried Amazon Photos before, you're eligible for the deal. All you need to do is install the Amazon Photos app on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device.

When you upload your first photo from your mobile device, you'll get a free £15 Amazon credit. Amazon will send you an email within seven days confirming that you've received the credit. Then, you'll have until the end of the day on August 15 to spend the credit on eligible purchases of £30 or more from Amazon.com.

As for which purchases are eligible, it's an extremely long list with millions of products on it. Anything sold by Amazon.com or Amazon Digital Services LLC is eligible except for gift cards. As long as you see "sold by Amazon.com" or "sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC" on a product page, you're good to go.

This fantastic Amazon offer is available until the end of the day on Saturday, July 31. That means it's your last chance to get in on the action before this awesome offer ends. You'll find all the terms and conditions right here on Amazon's site.

Long story short, however, you've got nothing to lose.

Install an app, upload a photo before the end of the day on Saturday, and you get a free £15 Amazon credit!

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NI High Street Voucher Scheme: Department defends hiring firm fined for part in ‘prepaid card cartel’

The Department for the Economy has defended hiring a firm for the High Street Voucher Scheme that was recently fined for its part in a ''prepaid card cartel'. Prepaid Financial Services has been given the contract to deliver the GBP145million scheme that will be available to everyone over the age of 18 in Northern Ireland. Over the past few months, the company has been involved in a series of issues which include their handling of a prepaid card scheme for asylum seekers in the UK, an investigation by the Central Bank of Ireland and being one of five companies who provisionally agreed to pay fines in the UK for their involvement in an alleged 'prepaid card cartel'.

In March of this year, PFS, along with Allpay and Mastercard, agreed to pay fines totalling more that GBP32million for their alleged anti-competitive behaviour. The case relates to prepaid cards that are used by local authorities to distribute welfare payments to vulnerable members of society, such as the homeless, victims of domestic violence and asylum seekers. PFS was fined GBP1 million for its part in the scheme.

At the time, Chris Hemsley, Managing Director of the Payment Systems Regulator, said: "Pre-paid card services, like these, can provide significant benefits to local authorities as one way to make welfare payments to some of the most vulnerable people in society. "By colluding in this way, we consider the parties were acting as a cartel. Because of the reduced competition local authorities may have been missing out on an alternative supplier or products that were either cheaper or better suited to both their needs and the needs of those using the pre-paid cards.

"Collusion in payments is absolutely unacceptable. Where we see it happening, we will take action, stop it, and seek to impose significant penalties." Two months later in May, the Irish branch of PFS, which runs it's European business, came under investigation from the Central Bank of Ireland regarding significant regulatory concerns.

The Irish Times has reported that these are related to anti-money-laundering and counter-terrorism financing matters, risk, control frameworks and governance at PFS Card Services (Ireland). It is understood that PFS' parent company, EML Payments, suffered a 46% loss in share value after the regulatory probe was announced by the CBI, however it has since recovered some of this value. PFS used to carry out most of its European work through its UK branch based in London, but this moved to its Irish branch following Brexit.

EML has said that the CBI investigation "may see an impact of delayed programme launches". A Central Bank of Ireland spokesperson told Belfast Live: "Our regulatory engagement with the firm continues and we will not be commenting further at this time." The Guardian has reported how thousands of Asylum Seekers in the UK "went hungry" after they suffered problems with the prepaid cards they had been given.

It said that around of third of those given the cards had struggled to use them properly. PFS had taken over the running of the prepard card scheme contract from the Home Office in May 2021, from previous provider Sodexo. Following the concerns a PFS spokesperson told the Guardian: "PFS has been working closely with the Home Office to prepare for the switch over.

As part of that preparation, PFS has created and issued cards according to the data we received from the Home Office. The majority of service users have successfully activated and are using their cards." The Department for the Economy has said that it was aware of these issues with PFS prior to the awarding of its contract for the High Street Voucher scheme, and does not believe they will effect its rollout.

A Department for the Economy spokesperson said: "The Department for the Economy is aware of the issues and does not believe these will have any impact on the rollout of the High Street Scheme. The Department's contract for the supply of a prepaid card is with PFS (UK) which has no involvement in the Central Bank of Ireland investigation. PFS(UK ) is regulated separately by the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom.

"The contract for the pre-paid cards was awarded after a secondary competition using a government wide contracting framework in which four pre-qualified companies on the framework were invited to submit bids. Two companies submitted completed tender documentation. This process was carried out in accordance with the relevant procurement procedures and best practice."

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‘Russian Lidl’ announces it will open first UK store within weeks

A no-frills store known as the "Russian Lidl" will open its first UK store in the coming weeks. Discount grocery chain Mere claims to be 30 per cent cheaper than the nation's most popular low-cost retailers and it will open its first UK store in Preston on August 14, in a former branch of Nisa. The store was initially scheduled to open at the start of the year but this was delayed until June because of pandemic hold-ups, reports the Mirror.

Mere UK business development manager Aleksandr Chkalov told The Grocer: "We will be glad to present our new retail model: a real hard discounter, with no shelves, no service, no convenience, just the lowest prices."

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Some of the brands that will be sold in the Preston store are Cusheen toilet paper, Maxsonic batteries, Reach sanitising wipes and Warrior energy drinks. It will stock up to 1,200 products overall. Further three Mere outlets are also planned this year - including two in Wales, in Mold and Caldicot, and another in Castleford in Yorkshire.

It is also planning sites in Devon, Stockport, Neath, Banbury, Selby, Bradford, Middlesbrough, Grantham, Kettering, Plymouth, Beckenham, Gloucester, Northampton, Cardiff, Oswestry, Barnsley, Sheffield, Exeter, Stretford, Southampton, south Scotland and Wales. In total, the discounter has said it wants to open 300 sites in the UK within a decade but no other locations have been confirmed. Mere, which trades as Svetofor in Russia, has 3,200 stores internationally and opened its first European Mere store in 2018.

It now operates in include Poland, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia and Ukraine. Mere stores double up as warehouses, with images from other sites across Europe showing items displayed on pallets. Shoppers pick items directly from these pallets, saving Mere time and money on stacking shelves.

Suppliers are also expected to deliver straight to the shops, which will each be about 10,000 sq ft. Each must have parking spaces for 30-40 cars and a local population of 60,000 or more. Each store in the UK will have just eight staff, to keep costs down.

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Get 50% off: Intuit Quickbooks coupon codes July 2021

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Russian discount supermarket brand plans Stockport store

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Apple Pay launches new promo with Sonic, ParkWhiz, and HotelTonight

The latest Apple Pay promotion is here and this one is all about life on the road. Apple has sent Apple Pay customers an email this evening with some new special offers. The latest promotion, "Hit the road and save.

With Apple Pay," includes savings at Sonic, ParkWhiz, and HotelTonight. Sonic app customers can get a free cheeseburger with their next order as long as they are logged in to their MySonic account. From what it looks like, you just need to use Apple Pay when you check out rather than needing to enter a promo code.

VPN Deals: Lifetime license for £16, monthly plans at £1 & more ParkWhiz customers can get 10% off their next three parking reservations if they reserve them in the ParkWhiz app using the promo code APPLEPAY10, HotelTonight customers can grab 10% off their next hotel reservation by using the code APPLEPAYHT and checking out with Apple Pay in the HotelTonight app.

All three promotions are live now and will be available until August 4. If you want to get into the nitty gritty, below are the full terms and conditions for each offer:

  1. Reward may be earned on any purchase made online or in the SONIC(R) App, while logged in to your MySonic account, using Apple Pay through August 4, 2021. Reward is valid for one free SONIC Cheeseburger, redeemable with any future purchase when you order online or in the SONIC(R) App while logged in to your MySonic account.

    Add-ons cost extra. Limit one per customer. Tax not included.

    Reward is valid for 14 days from the date of issue, only at SONIC Drive-Ins. Mobile ordering available only at select locations; hours may vary. No cash value. (TM) and (C) 2021 America's Drive-In Brand Properties LLC.

  2. Pay for parking on ParkWhiz with Apple Pay through August 4, 2021, at 11:59 p.m.

    EST, and get 10% off your next three parking reservations. To redeem the offer, use Apple Pay and enter promo code APPLEPAY10 at checkout in the ParkWhiz app between August 10, 2021, and October 31, 2021. Offer valid in the United States only.

    Maximum discount of £20 per parking reservation. Not valid on Drive Up or Monthly parking. No minimum purchase; no residual value.

  3. Offer valid through August 4, 2021, at 11:59 p.m.

    PDT. Eligible on hotel reservations made using Apple Pay and using promo code APPLEPAYHT at checkout in the HotelTonight mobile app. This one-time-use, nonrefundable promo code is valid for a discount of 10% off the price of one reservation made during the offer period.

    By using the APPLEPAYHT promo code, you agree to HotelTonight's Terms of Service and Promotional Terms. HotelTonight reserves the right to any remedy, including voiding this code, in cases of suspected fraud, misuse, violation of Terms of Service, or technical errors. The following rules apply: (i) Reservation must be paid for using Apple Pay at checkout on the HotelTonight mobile app; (ii) valid only for U.S. residents; void where prohibited; (iii) code is not redeemable for cash, gift cards, or previous purchases; (iv) code cannot be transferred or combined with another offer, coupon, or discount; (v) discount is calculated on the base reservation price before taxes and fees; (vi) reservation must be booked during the offer period, but the check-in date of the reservation may occur later; and (vii) limit one per customer.

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Apple TV+ reportedly has just 3% market share

Apple TV+ reportedly has just 3% market share

As Apple TV+ nears its second anniversary, new streaming market share numbers shared by JustWatch have it lagging well behind the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+.

According to JustWatch's numbers, Apple TV+ has just a 3% market share.

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Northern Ireland public is urged to make every penny of voucher count

The public has been urged to "make every penny count" when they spend GBP100 on a pre-paid card to be given out under a government economic stimulus scheme from September. ut one independent retailer said he feared smaller traders would lose out, with most people likely to spend the windfall with supermarkets that have traded unimpeded since the pandemic began. Adults will be able to register online for the GBP100 card in September, though they will have to already be on the electoral register, which is currently being updated. The cards would then be ready for spending in bricks and mortar stores or hospitality venues during September and October.

Online shopping, whether with independent retailers or giants like Amazon, is barred. The GBP145m stimulus scheme is intended to encourage people to spend on the high street -- particularly at independent retailers who had to shut during lockdowns. However, spending at big supermarkets like Lidl, Sainsbury's and Tesco, is permitted although the design of the card incorporates a "Spend Local" logo.

Roger Pollen, head of the Federation of Small Businesses in Northern Ireland, said: "We would urge users of the scheme to consider those businesses that have been most impacted by the pandemic and use their pre-paid card where it can spread most benefit." A report commissioned by the Department for the Economy on how the scheme could operate said 63% of consumers indicated they would use their voucher to support independent retailers. It also identified the autumn as the best time in which to launch the scheme.

Aodhan Connolly, director of the Northern Ireland Retail Consortium, said the scheme would be a welcome boost for high street retailers. "It will create a virtuous circle of spending that supports our economy, boosts local commerce and gives our shoppers some retail and hospitality therapy. "We would encourage everyone who is eligible to register for the scheme and make every penny count."

However, Gary Connolly Close, co-owner of florist Memento on Belfast's Ormeau Road, said he had reservations about the scheme. "As a consumer it's fantastic, it's a great thing, and I wouldn't turn it down. "With my business cap on, it's still a great idea, but how am I going to stand out among every other business, and is it going to make big business richer?

"It's GBP145m -- that's a lot money to take out and I wonder is there good value for money in it," he added. No indication has been given of how much card provider Prepaid Financial Services (PFS) is being paid. But with the total scheme costing GBP145m, and 1.4m vouchers of GBP100 to be distributed, that will leave GBP5m to cover costs.

Mr Connolly Close said: "To me, spending it in Tesco isn't boosting the local economy, and giving it to big retailers who already made big bucks when we were having to close in lockdowns, doesn't make sense. "But I certainly will be working on a marketing initiative to get people to spend it with me, and I will think very carefully about how to make myself stand out from Tesco and Home Bargains. "If I market it to try and attract people away from big supermarkets, it could work out well.

But realistically, lower-income families aren't interested in my types of products. "They're thinking of next week's shop." And he said he thought the money could have benefited businesses in a more direct way.

But he added: "I'll be chasing those pre-paid cards and doing some savvy marketing to stand out from the crowd but I don't know how much it will benefit me in the long-term. "I hope people see if as the opportunity to treat themselves with nice flowers, then a nice cheese board from Indie Fude, the business next door to us. "But that's for the few... the vast number of people will probably use it for their weekly expenses.

"A lot of people will also go towards Victoria Square Shopping Centre where there is a big conglomerate of global retailers," he said. The luxury retailer Flannels, which is part of the former Sports Direct Group and incorporated into its Frasers store, would get a lot of custom following the launch of the scheme, Mr Connolly Close predicted. "That escalator to Flannels will be flat-out. "

Economy Minister Gordon Lyons said PFS had been appointed to administer the scheme after a "robust procurement process".

Sinn Fein MLA Caoimhe Archibald, chair of the Assembly's economy committee, said she hoped measures would be taken to ensure everyone could access the application process.

And SDLP economy spokesperson Sinead McLaughlin urged the public to use the card to support locally-owned independent businesses.

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