Current Discounts And Deals #29
Check out all the best deals around to take you up until the Easter break.Thankfully, the Easter break isn't too far away. To get you through until then, here are some of the newest deals and discounts around. If you're looking for a new outfit for the bank holiday weekend, you might want to check out the sale range at Additions Direct. Many items are discounted by up to 60%. Or what about taking advantage of the latest promotions from American Express - at House of Fraser and Debenhams? House of Fraser are currently offering people a voucher for £10 off when they spend £50 or more (in a single transaction) at any House of Fraser store using their American Express card. Just remember, the offer ends March 31st, and you will have to provide some personal details. Meanwhile, a similar offer is also running at Debenhams. The high street giant is offering American Express Cardholders a£10 gift cardwhen you spend instore. This offer ends March 28th. For men looking for some affordable new clobber - try Marks & Spencer. They're currently offering Blue Harbour Short Sleeve Polo Shirts from just £1.50. Finally, one for Simpsons fans. HMV.com is currently selling The Simpsons movie on DVD for a mere £4.99! Offers which continue to be valid Young travellers listen up. Until March 16th, National Rail is offering a Young Persons Railcard for half price at just £12. If you're aged between 16 - 25, the potential savings could be huge, as if you spend over £36 a year on rail trips, the card will already pay for itself. Hurry, as the offer is only available online by using the promotional code SAVING12. You can do your bit for the environment - and make a bit of extra cash - by visiting Green Metropolis. The site will pay you £3 for every book you sell, and donate 5p to the 'Tree For All' campaign, run by the Woodland Trust. If you fancy a good read, you can also buy books here for £3.75. And Uniqlo is currently selling a wide range of cotton cashmere sweaters - for men and women - at 2 for £29.99. If you like a good brew, why not pick up a promotional pack of Tetley Tea? At the moment, you can get a bonus 2 for 1 voucher which can be used at a range of theme parks including Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, and Chessington World of Adventures. Not bad for the price of a cuppa! If you fancy putting your feet up at home, check out the tipple at Marks & Spencer. The store is currently offering 20% off all wine, champagne and spirits - plus a further 10% off if you buy six bottles or more. The next one's for Londoners only, I'm afraid: Transport for London has now launched its 2008 Oyster card offers. There are dozens of two-for-one deals at top attractions, like Madame Tussauds and The London Dungeon. Two-for-one West End shows include 'Chicago' and 'Avenue Q' - and there are also great offers on museum exhibitions, restaurant meals and lots more. And one for lovers of the outdoors: Gooutdoors.co.uk is currently offering selected tents and North Face clothing at fantastic prices, with many items less than half price. Voucher code heaven can be found at myvouchercodes.co.uk, a website which lists a range of discount codes and printable vouchers to help you save on your everyday shopping. Deals encompass everything from buy one get on free on Greggs pasties to £20 off orders at dixons.co.uk. And Amazon fans looking for a bargain should take note of Price Cut Review, a nifty website that lists all current Amazon products selling at half price or less. The items are sorted into relevant categories to peruse at your leisure. If you're an avid Amazon shopper, don't forget to check out our refund tip at the bottom of this article. Kellogg's is offering a 'free' zoo ticket on selected packs of cereal, between now and March 23rd. Just make sure you read the terms and conditions carefully -- the other ticket holder must be a full paying adult, and the offer applies to participating zoos only. And finally - don't forget this great money saving gem from Amazon. If you have any more suggestions, please let us know by posting them on the Moneysaving tips discussion board, adding your comments here or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.