Bargain hunter: Allergic? Get £10 off a range of tasty meals

 

This week's exclusive Bargain Hunter offer is aimed at those with food allergies or intolerances. Independent readers will get £10 off – and free delivery – when you spend £30 or more on nut-free, gluten-free and milk-free dishes from specialist food firm ilumi. The company says it produces flavoursome dishes which are naturally safe for people with food allergies. The range – a selection is pictured right – includes such delights as Thai red chicken curry, beef meatballs in tomato sauce, vegetable tagine, lamb casserole, as well as rices and soups. Prices start at £1 for rice while main meals are around £3.50. To get £10 off when you spend £30 use the following link www.ilumiworld.com/ind0813 by next Friday, 23 August.

Make the French crossing and get a free trip to Amsterdam

If you're planning a ferry trip to France in the next few days, DFDS Seaways has a half-decent offer. It is giving all passengers booking a return ferry crossing on its Dover-Dunkirk or Dover-Calais routes before 25 August a free, two-night mini-cruise for one person to Amsterdam on its Newcastle-Amsterdam route. You can add up to three extra people to the booking (from £79 for one extra person, from £90 for two extra people and from £96 for three extra people). Go to www.dfds.co.uk or telephone 0871 574 7235, using the code EMINIC.

It's a snip at just four-fifths of the normal price

Fancy getting a new look before the summer's out? Hairdresser Toni & Guy is hoping to tempt more people to take the plunge at its salons by offering a 20 per cent off deal this month. The offer's available on cuts or colour treatments until Sunday 25 August. Go to www.vouchercodes.co.uk/cats/health-and-beauty/ for details how to get a 20 per cent off voucher sent to you.

Great ideas for family days out while saving cash

Don't know what to do with the children? There are a great range of ideas and discount deals at the website www.whattodowiththekids.co.uk. For instance, kids go free with a paying adult at Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland.

Have news of any great deals? Please send details and deadlines to yourmoney@independent.co.uk

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