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Can you snap up a bargain on your finances this Black Friday?

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22/11/2018
People may be prioritising spending this Black Friday, but there are deals to be had on your savings as well. A number of financial groups are offering bargains ahead of 23rd November.

Foresters Friendly Society is offering consumers a series of cashback deals on its most popular products, including M&S gift cards of up to £200 to Bonds and ISA policies with a minimum value of £5,000. It is also offering a £100 gift card on its Tax-Exempt Savings Plans (TESP), Child Tax Exempt Savings Plans (CTESP), ISA and ranges between Friday 23rd November to Friday 30th November.

Charles Stanley Direct is offering free stocks and share trading to all new and existing customers on Black Friday. The deal is available on all ISA, Junior ISA, SIPP and Investment Account holders, and saves £11.50 per trade. It can be used to make a first investment, or to top up existing holdings.

You can also get valuable shareholder perks by holding shares in certain companies. The Share Centre has identified the following shares that would help you save money this Black Friday.

Bloomsbury Publishing offers 35% off its books to shareholders. The minimum holding is just 1 share which would cost about £2.13. N Brown Group, which includes brands such as Jacamo, offers shareholders 20% off its catalogue prices. Moss Bros also offers shareholders an annual 20% discount on full price items, with its current share price at £0.31. Marks & Spencer mails discount vouchers directly to qualifying holders; again investors only need to hold one share to qualify.

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