Back in December, I ran this article which promoted a £9.50 redspottedhanky.com train ticket voucher for joining Sun+.
The offer is now back – a further 10,000 redspottedhanky.com vouchers are now available. The deal started today and will carry on until all 10,000 are exhausted.
Sun+ is the new online subscription site for The Sun newspaper. Sun+ only costs £1 to join for the first month. However, you need to cancel within 1 month or you will be charged £8.67 per month going forward via your credit card.
If you join today, you will be able to claim a £9.50 redspottedhanky voucher immediately, although they will take a couple of days to show on your redspottedhanky account. These need to be spent by 21st April so don’t bother with this if you won’t be booking a train ticket before then.
The offer gets better though!
Until tomorrow, TopCashback is offering £10 back when you join Sun+!
There was previously a minimum 2-month sign-up period required to trigger the TopCashback money. However, this clause no longer appears. Even if it did require 2 months, you are easily in profit.
This is how it goes:
Sign-up to Sun+ via TopCashback and earn £10 cashback
(If you are not already a member, using my refer-a-friend link before the end of Monday will get you 500 Clubcard points when you earn £10 which you will do with this one transaction. Full details here.)
Pay £1 for your first month of Sun+
Claim your £9.50 redspottedhanky.com train ticket voucher
Cancel your Sun+ account within the next month (must be done via their ‘Live Chat’ function online)
There are other ‘Sun Plus perks’ that you will be able to claim as well during your first month, so you may well be able to pick up another deal as well.
The full cancellation rules are:
You can cancel your Sun+ membership any time by giving 5 days notice before your next payment is due. Your Sun+ membership will also expire if you have been collecting Sun+ Codes and you don’t collect enough codes in a month. You can cancel your Sun+ membership by contacting one of our online advisers.