Bargain Hunter: Deals up for grabs, from airport parking to chocolate hampers

 

Cut the cost of airport parking

To celebrate the World Cup, Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) is offering holidaymakers 20 per cent off airport parking at a handful of regional airports.

The offer is available for travel between 1 June and 31 July 2014 for passengers flying from Birmingham, Gatwick and Manchester Airports. To receive the discount, book airport parking through aph.com/worldcup or call 0844 871 7521 and quote "WC14".

Customers can choose from off-airport parking at APH-owned car parks with transfers, or "meet and greet" services.

Bundles of cash

Those needing a new home broadband package and mobile contract could save themselves a bundle by purchasing both via TopCashback.co.uk before midnight tomorrow.

Members who subscribe to both EE Home Broadband and EE Extra 4G Mobile (paying £47.99 or more a month) via the cashback site will earn themselves up to £234.15 cashback.

For details – and cashback on other bundled telecoms deals – visit topcashback.co.uk/ee-bundle/

4* stay in Amsterdam with flights

Travellers can pick up two or three nights in a 4* hotel in Amsterdam from just £139, including regional flights. Groupon is offering a raft of deals to one of Europe's most exciting cities from £139 per person based on two sharing and flying from Manchester, Edinburgh or Bristol. City tax is on top.

Visit groupon.co.uk for this and other getaways.

See top TV and comedy names for free

If you're in London it's possible to see some of the top names in comedy and TV perform absolutely free.

SRO Audiences (www.sroaudiences.com) offers free tickets to recordings of TV comedy and chat shows. Shows on offer include Nick Helm's 'Heavy Entertainment' and 'Don't Make Me Laugh', hosted by David Baddiel. But bear in mind that there is a limited number of tickets for each recording and admission is not guaranteed.

Cheap eats

Takeaway fans get 20 per cent off deliveries on Tuesdays if they order through online takeaway service Hungry House. Enter the code APPYDAY at the checkout to get the discount (valid until 30 June).

Thorntons is offering 50 per cent off its chocolate essentials hamper until 2 June via the code ESNT.

Both codes can be found at vouchercodespro.co.uk.

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