Bargain Hunter: Families can save £870 on half-term Jamaica trip

 

Travel firm Tropic Breeze is offering a seven-night package at Half Moon, A RockResort in Montego Bay from £1,999 per adult and £899 per child, saving more than £870 per family. The offer includes flights with Virgin Atlantic from London Gatwick, airport transfers, 25 per cent off seven nights accommodation and $150 (£93) resort credit. The price is based on two adults and two children sharing a junior suite, departing on 27 October 2013. To book, call 01752 880880 or visit www.tropicbreeze.co.uk.

Treat yourself to a cut-price cottage break in Wales

Closer to home there's a decent half-term discount at Cei Newydd Cottage, Cardigan Bay, where the price has been cut from £480 to £420. The self-catering cottage near the west Wales coast sleeps four. Details at penllwyncottages.co.uk/index.php/cottages/cei-newydd-cottage/

Fun and discounts for parents and kids at UK attractions

Meanwhile TopCashback is offering parents discounts on hundreds of UK attractions for the half-term week. The site is offering printable vouchers which will cut entry prices by 20 per cent, and also offers cashback transfers into Tesco Clubcard vouchers, which are worth up to four times their face value on days out spending. For instance, parents who have £12.50 cashback can transfer it into £12.50. Clubcard vouchers, which equates to a one-day entry token to Alton Towers theme park in Staffordshire; a saving of £27.45 for adults. More offers and details at topcashback.com

Money off for cherished memories of your new baby

New parents? you can get £10 off ClevaMemories, which includes a hardback book to keep cherished memories of a baby's first year as well as small boxes for items such as the little one's hospital wristband. Its price has been cut from £34.99 to £24.99 for the next 10 weeks and is available on Amazon and at Argos.

Cheaper accessories are in the bag from Ollie & Nic

You can get 20 per cent off the handbags and accessories inspired by vintage designs at retailer Ollie & Nic by going through Voucher Cloud at tinyurl.com/mus7zgv

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