House prices latest | Premium Bond winners | £30 Iceland voucher

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We’ve been talking to property experts about what is going on with house prices this week – especially with economic uncertainty ahead. What will happen to the value of your home? And what does it mean for your moving plans? Plus the latest Premium Bond winners have been announced and if you’ve got old £20 and £50 notes, then time is running out to use them.

 

 
What is going on with house prices?
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Will UK house prices crash due to cost of living and inflation? We explain the latest house price trends, the mortgage deals available and if now is a good time to buy or sell a home.
The Money Edit reveals the UK house prices latest

 

 
This month's Premium Bond winners revealed
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Millions of lucky Brits with Premium Bonds got good news today when the winners of the September prize draw were announced. We reveal who has won, explain your chances of winning a tax-free cash prize and how it measures up against traditional savings accounts.
The Money Edit reveals September’s Premium Bonds millionaire winners.

 

 
Time is running out to spend your old £20 notes
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It’s time to dig behind the sofas, check the kids’ money boxes and inside bags and wallets. If you have old paper £20 or £50 notes, then they will soon no longer be legal tender.
With just 30 days left, The Money Edit explains what to do with your old paper £20 and £50 notes.

 

 
Switch accounts today | Get £175 | double cashback on energy bills
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Get free cash by simply moving current accounts – plus, you can still take advantage of double cashback on your energy bills with one of the best switching offers we’ve seen in a while.
The Money Edit shares the best current account switching deals

THE BIG MONEY-SAVERS
 
Do you qualify for a free £30 voucher from Iceland?
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To help ease cost of living pressures, supermarket Iceland is giving more £30 vouchers to vulnerable customers this month.
The Money Edit explains who is eligible and how to get one before they run out.
 
Top savings accounts this week | 1.86% easy access | 3.45% fix
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The Bank of England hiking the base rate isn’t all bad news, savings accounts are slowly becoming more and more competitive. We’re regularly scouring the market and updating our website with the best savings rates
The Money Edit reveals the top savings accounts this week
 
Can you get paid for paying your bills? Practical and surprising ways you can save money
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Here’s how you can save money by having a bill blitz and streamlining your bank balance to boost the power of your pound. From sales and discounts to slashing the cost of your supermarket shop. And even getting paid for paying your bills.
Good to Know shares practical and surprising ways you can start saving money today
 
British Gas to donate 10% of profits to help its most vulnerable energy customers - how can you access it?
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British Gas boosts its support fund to deliver grants of up to £750 amid the energy crisis. But how can you get hold of the support?
The Money Edit explains how to access the British Gas support fund
MORE MONEY-SAVING
 
Exclusive 15% off when you spend £35 with this Lloyds Pharmacy Discount Code
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Save a lot of money on a month’s worth of Hello Fresh meal deliveries with this discount from My Voucher Codes.
Make great savings at Lloyds Pharmacy with this code from My Voucher Codes
 
Iceland | Get £7 off first orders over £55
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Save £7 on your next grocery shop thanks to My Voucher Codes. Simply reveal the code and enter it at the checkout. Plus heaps of other discount codes too.
Head to My Voucher Codes to get £7 off a £55 Iceland shop
 
In case you missed it… Get this date in your diary to submit your meter readings and save on your energy bill
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Get the date in your diary to submit your meter readings and avoid paying higher prices for the energy you’ve used before the new price cap comes in.
The Money Edit reveals the date you must submit your meter readings to avoid potentially getting overcharged
BILL-BUSTING

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