The B&Q Diamond Club discount scheme for those aged 60 or over will no longer accept new applicants, and existing members will have their perks reduced from 3 September. But there are plenty of other ways for over-60s to make savings.
Right now, the offers over-60s a 10% discount when shopping in-store on Wednesdays. But, from 3 September, the scheme will close to new members and the discount for existing members will be limited to around 10,000 gardening products.
Here, we take a look at the other perks you can get if you're over 60 on shopping, travel, holidays, entertainment and dining out.
If you like the sound of the there is still time to become a member before it closes to newcomers. If you're aged 60 or over you just need to register for a Diamond card by 4pm on Sunday 2 September in store.
While the 10% discount is being limited to some products, members will still be able to get a 10% discount at the B&Q cafe, £10 off two-hour van rental through Hertz and registered members will continue to receive email vouchers.
Wyevale Garden Centres offer The Garden Club scheme to all members but over-60s can get double points on Tuesdays. So instead of five points for every £1 you spend, you'll get 10 points. Each set of 250 points is worth £2.50 in vouchers.
You can find shopping discounts whatever your age. Take a look at our14 online shopping tips and tricks to save money for more.
Once you reach 60, you can get free prescriptions and NHS sight tests in England.
offer people aged 60 or over that have an Advantage card and are part of the scheme 25% off glasses or prescription sunglasses. The scheme also gets you a free hearing check-up with once a year and 150 extra Boots Advantage points when you attend the appointment.
It's also worth checking out your local leisure centre for off-peak or senior citizen rates on swimming and exercise classes.
The offers senior citizens discounts to midweek matinees. Travelex production tickets priced at £35 or over are reduced by £10, while Olivier and Lyttelton productions £52 and £39 tickets are reduced by £20 or you can get £30 tickets for Dorfman productions.
Membership gets you access to more than 500 National Trust properties and outdoor places.
However, you'll need to have been a member of the National Trust for five years out of the past 10 to qualify for the discounted rate of £51.48 a year for an individual (compared with £69 a year) or £85.20 (usually £114 a year) for a joint membership.
Single over-60s pay £46 a year, compared with the £54 standard adult rate. A couple over 60 can sign up for £70, a saving on thejoint-adult membership fee of £96.
Plenty of museums and attractions will offer discounts for older visitors, so it's always worth checking.
In England, access to a is linked to women'sstate pension age, even for men. If you live in London, you can travel for free on buses and tubes with a 60+ London Oyster photocard which costs £20 until you qualify for a .
The is available to travellers aged 60 or over. It costs £30 a year and enables you to get a third off standard and first class anytime, off-peak and advance fares. The card also offers discounts on days out, theatre and lifestyle treats.
If you prefer to travel by coach offers a Senior Coachcard for people aged 60 or over. It costs £12.50 a year plus £2.50 postage and packaging and offers a third off standard and fully flexible fares to hundreds of towns, cities and airports across the UK.
The and the card can help people aged 50 or over save on train travel on their routes. The Scot Rail Club 50 card costs £15 a year while the Greater Anglia Club 50 card costs £20 a year and can get you 20% off advance and off-peak tickets bought online (or 10% off when purchasing tickets at a station). In addition, cardholders can get two-for-one entry to top London attractions.
For a bit more adventure, those aged 60 or over can get 10% off fares with Interrail, which allows you to travel across 30 European countries by train. The discount is available on first or second-class travel.
As well as discounts on eating out and shopping you could be eligible for other benefits because of your age.
This article has been updated to state those living in Wales can get access to a free bus pass when they reach 60. Previously it stated entitlement was linked to the female state pension age - this only applies to those living in England (excluding London)