Bargain Hunter: Free biscuits? You'd be crackers to miss out!

 

Fancy winning a hatbox filled with tasty savoury biscuits? Simply head to www.fudges.co.uk/hatbox, enter your details and press submit to be entered into a free weekly prize draw. The competition is to "celebrate the launch of a brand-new range of savoury biscuits from Thomas J Fudge's Remarkable Bakery". One hatbox worth £50 – including cheddar melts, pumpkin & sesame flats, fruit & nut crackers and carrot & coriander shards – is up for grabs every week until next January and you can enter every week!

Sign up for cashback details and get a free book

You can get a book worth up to a fiver free by signing up for membership of TopCashback. And the move could then yield many more deals and bargains! Under the deal – which runs until 22 September – if you can't find a book for a fiver you want at Amazon, you can use the £5 cashback towards the value of any book purchase over £5. Sign up for the offer at topcashback.co.uk/get-reading-with-topcashback

Hey Jack! Hey Jackie! There's a free meal with your name on...

If your name is Jack or Jackie you may be able to get a free meal this month at the Sizzling Pub chain. The offer is to celebrate the birthday of Tenessee whiskey Jack Daniels. To qualify you'll have to prove your name – by showing your driving license or passport – and then dine with three friends who all order adult main courses. If you can meet all these conditions you'll get a meal of half a rack of sticky, BBQ-glazed pork ribs, along with roast chicken breast and crispy onion rings. To find your nearest Sizzling Pub – there are more than 200 – go to www.sizzlingpubs.co.uk

Clean up with discounted mop, bucket and cloth set

Students heading off to university – or any Bargain Hunters! – could get 46 per cent off Vileda cleaning products by snapping up its Super Value General Cleaning Kit. For £15 you get a floor mop, bucket and wringer, dish cloth, dish brush, sponge scourer and a dustpan and brush. To get the offer go to laundrycompany.co.uk/ViledaOnlineShop/SpecialOffersfromVileda.aspx by 29 September.

A fifth off the price of an autumnal break in Wales

You can book Acorn Cottage in Crickhowell, Wales at 20 per cent off for 20-27 September, cutting the price to £205 for three days and £282 for the week. It promises rustic interiors with a modern design. Full details at breconcottages.com/cottage-details/ACORN

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