Bargain Hunter: Avon and the art of bargains

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As all good bargain hunters know, the art of bargain building is one of the best ways to save money both online and on the high street. Avonshop.co.uk is always a decent place to uncover these kind of savings and at the moment customers can pick up £88-worth of items for just £25.40. The foundation of the saving is the fact that Avon is offering a free Anew clinical beauty treatment worth £31.50 when you spend £20 on other Anew items on its website. Before making your purchase, I'd recommend you visit http://ind.pn/cupNrq where the guys from the Mad About Bargains website detail which combination of Anew items provide the biggest savings.

Thousands of reductions

Homebase also has a huge sale on at the moment, with the promise of thousands of items reduced to half price. Some of the more impressive savings can be found within Homebase's kitchen department as an additional 25 per cent discount can be added to your half-price saving if you buy three kitchen units or more.

Nike kicks off half-price deals

The NikeStore sale kicked off last week with up to 50 per cent off selected items on its website. Some of the more popular items in the sale so far include a cyan Nike Rival women's training hoodie, reduced from £65 to £51.99, Nike Back Spin men's tennis shorts, down from £22 to £16.49, and Nike Classic BW men's trainers, reduced from £83 to £50.95. The sale ends on Sunday 18 July.

Never-ending Blue Cross sale

The latest Debenhams Blue Cross sale seems to be never-ending, with the expiry date now extended to Sunday 25 July. I've been through the specific discounts several times over the last couple of weeks, but it's still worth pointing out that some of the more impressive savings can be found within the womenswear department, where discounts of up to 70 per cent are likely to be found.

j.hall@independent.co.uk

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