Google Offers, Google’s answer to Groupon, which ties in with its recently announced mobile payments solution, Google Wallet, has launched as a trial in the US.
Tesco has added a new section to their website to allow you to manage your Clubcard points and vouchers.
Remember the problems we highlighted with Money4Gold about 18 months ago? Well, that was by far the most commented post ever on Money Watch, with many of you giving us stories of poor offers for your gold, delays in returning your gold and general poor service.
The Starbucks app enabled payments by iPhone in nearly 7,000 stores in the US (as yet unavailable in the UK), but it has been reported that it is incredibly easy for it to be scammed.
Facebook has launched “Deals” in the UK, its location-based service which rewards you for regularly checking into places such as shops and restaurants.
Incahoot is a new website which promises to use the collective buying power of its members to negotiate market beating exclusive discounts on everyday services.
Have you spotted any prices rising by more than the increase in VAT? If so, let us know.
Tesco have created the Tesco Gold Exchange which not only promises you a decent deal for your unwanted gold, but you also get Clubcard points too!
This is an interesting (and brave) move by American Express. They’ve partnered with location service Foursquare to produce Social Currency, an iPhone app that lets users share details about items they wish to purchase, or have purchased.
Is this the contactless payment tipping point, or a misguided investment?