Bargain Hunter: Cheap tickets to Legoland if you buy the film with clicks

 

Buy The Lego Movie at the online service Blinkbox and you'll get half-price tickets to Legoland Windsor and 500 Tesco Clubcard points.

The ticket deal can be used for up to four adult and four children's tickets.

The movie is available to buy on the Tesco-owned service from 7 July – two weeks before its DVD release – at £9.99, or £13.99 in HD.

The Legoland offer lasts until 31 August.

Cheap foreign currency in time for the school holidays

We have an exclusive Bargain Hunter deal that cuts the cost of buying foreign currency by 20 per cent.

The deal with the Change Group lasts until the end of August, so could be perfect for family trips during the school holidays.

To get the discount go to changegroup.co.uk, choose your currency and amount and then hit "buy now".

Then you use the promotional code INDYHOLIDAYMONEY in the relevant box.

Stay at a four-star hotel and spa from £59 a night...

A summer offer could help reduce the cost of rooms in four-star hotels in Britain to as little as £59.

The deal is being offered by Mercure hotels, which has cut up to 40 per cent off the cost of stays from 19 July and 2 October – as long as you book by 8 September for later stays.

The offer includes bed and breakfast and is available at any of the group's 74 hotels across the UK.

The chain includes the Hythe Imperial Hotel & Spa, an 18th century Victorian House overlooking the English Channel, as well as the Bolton Last Drop Village Hotel and Spa, which offers views of the West Pennine Moors.

...Or get 40 per cent off a room at a Novotel

Alternatively, holidaymakers can take advantage of a similar "40 per cent off" deal at any of the 32 Novotel hotels in the UK. The discount means rooms start at just £40. You need to book by 8 September for stays between 19 July and 2 October.

A 25 per cent discount on summer tuition for children

With the school holidays almost upon us, kids will be looking forward to six weeks of fun and relaxation.

But if parents want to ensure that their young ones don't fall behind in their studies over the holidays, they can sign them up for extra tuition.

Do so this month and you can get 25 per cent off the cost of the first month's tuition through Explore Learning.

It provides extra tuition for children aged 5 to 14 and has 93 centres across the country. Find out more at explorelearning.co.uk.

Cut-price travel policies from American Express

American Express is offering 20 per cent off the cost of its travel insurance, even to non-cardholders.

The offer is available on its full range – Essential, Prestige, Select and Gap/ Backpacker – as long as you buy online at insurance.americanexpress.co.uk/travel-insurance/.

Got any deals or discounts to share with readers? Send details and deadlines to your money@independent.co.uk

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