Current Discounts And Deals # 14
Want to earn hundreds of extra Clubcard points? Fancy a free flight? Find out about all the latest hot deals here.
Let's kick off straight away with some of the hottest new deals around this week:
Halfords is currently selling children's reflective jackets for just £1.00 (usually £4.99). They're suitable for kids up to 14 years old, and should help them stay seen and safe when walking to school, cycling and generally running around outside.
If your local store can't lay its hands on one, try quoting the item code: 966259.
Here's a good deal for those of you with a Tesco Clubcard. Sign up to any E.On (formerly Powergen) tariff (except the 'AgeConcern' tariffs) and you'll receive 500 Clubcard Points per fuel (and 1000 for a Dual Fuel application).
These points will be added to the account when the new supply goes live - and for every £1 spent on gas or electricity thereafter, you'll earn one Clubcard point.
At the time of writing, E.on's tariffs are very competitive - you can find out more and sign up via our our Gas and Electricity Comparison Centre.
Just be aware: E.On, like all the energy companies, will probably raise its prices in the next few months. So instead of switching now, you might want to wait and see how its prices compare after an increase.
Next up, the latest promotion from Ryanair: the airline is running a buy-one-get-one-free offer on any return flight on the Ryanair website booked before midnight on Monday January 14th.
Just check out all the terms and conditions carefully, and remember to factor in charges for baggage, check-in and other extras.
Get cheap copies of your holiday snaps with the latest offer from Snapfish: from 12th-15th January, 6 x 4" prints are just 1p each.
And if you fancy a night out, Tiger Tiger is offering web vouchers for up to 33% off food and drink in many of its bars.
If you're still looking for winter clothing, Play.com has money off lots of branded hats, scarves and gloves, including this cosy Bench beanie for just £2.99.
And for those about to brave Ikea: why not pop into their restaurant for some cheap grub. They're currently offering two-course meals for as little as £1.99, and a cooked breakfast for only 95p.
Just make sure they're on offer at the times, and on the days, you plan to visit (some are available Monday-Friday only).
Finally - if it's groceries you're after, Morrisons has several good deals on at the moment, including half-price Fanta, Sprite and Doctor Pepper and buy-one-get-one-free on £5.99 chicken fillets.
Offers which continue to be valid:
There are some good deals around for outdoor enthusiasts, with discounts of up to 70% now on offer in the Field and Trek sale.
And if you're considering joining the gym, Donna Werbner's article - Why Wealthier Rhymes With Healthier - shows you how you can get some substantial discounts on fees.
And for those travelling in Britain later this year, Travelodge currently has £9 rooms available for June, July and August. There aren't many left though - so you'll have to hurry to catch this deal before it gets away.
The British Airways sale is currently in full swing - check out the deals available on Lastminute.com.
Or are you thinking of travelling by train? Virgin Trains is currently offering bargain fares between London Euston and Manchester Piccadilly. Bookings are currently available up to February 15th, and at the time of writing £7 and £9 tickets are still available.
Here's something a bit different that's been suggested by a Fool reader. Poundbelow is a website which lets you know about UK-based eBay items which have been listed for under a pound.
You can search in particular categories or for particular items, and if you persevere you can make real savings. Just don't end up with lots of stuff you don't really want!
And a real gem from Amazon. The online shopping giant has a little known price drop policy where if they lower the price on something you've bought within the past 30 days, they'll credit you with the difference. Take a look at Claim Cash Back From Amazon.
For sushi lovers everywhere, Yo! Sushi is offering a whopping 50% off your meal from 14th January 2008. You can get up to 10 plates per person at half price if you register with the site.
For regular rail users, beat the fare hike blues and console yourself with some discounted food. Sign up for a BiTE card and you can get 20% off food and drink at many participating outlets across the country. Registration is as simple as filling out an online form - and cards valid for 2008 are available now.
For those looking for a luxurious bargain, Uniqlo still has cashmere sweatshirts on offer for the bargain price of £29.99. There are 11 colours available, and you're unlikely to find 100% cashmere for cheaper than this.
And for the food connoisseurs among us, why not sign up to Toptable, where you can earn points by booking restaurant tables through their website. Currently, 6 bookings will earn you a free two or three course meal, with an automatic 200 points for signing up. If you eat out regularly, the points can quickly build up, and there are lots of offers such as 2 for 1 dining available through their regular newsletters.
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