Bargain Hunter: Galactic setting for concert extravaganza

 

Combining stargazing with star spotting, Live From Jodrell Bank, pictured, is a series of live performances from renowned musicians like Sigur Ross and The Hallé orchestra, workshops and experiments – all under the towering Lovell telescope.

With free access to the Discovery Centre, Festicket.com is offering two tickets to Sigur Ros (30 August), two tickets to The Hallé (31 August) and bed and breakfast accommodation in a double room for three nights at Handforth Lodge, South Manchester, between 29 August and 1 September from £120 per person based on two adults sharing. For more information, visit festicket.com or alternatively call 0800 033 7132.

Exclusive offer for golf lovers

Independent readers can secure a half-price ticket for the ISPS Handa Wales Open, which runs from 29 August to 1 September at Celtic Manor for just £12.50. Just book online via the dedicated page at http://email.celtic-manor.com/q/16vmRPuEtEC/wv using promo code IND50 before 25 August. All bookings will also be automatically entered into a draw to win two hospitality tickets for Sunday.

Bag a bargain on Carnaby Street

The free Carnaby Men's Style Night, on Thursday 12 September from 5-9pm at the renowned central London location, will see more than 100 fashion brands, restaurants and bars come together for tastings, a pop-up ale festival, band and DJ performances, trend talks, wet shaves and more. Register at www.carnaby.co.uk and turn up to bag a 20 per cent discount in the Carnaby shops.

Last-minute holiday deals

Get your act together before this Sunday and secure a 10 per cent discount from selected hotels at ebookers and a 5 per cent reduction on Lastminute.com holiday bookings at vouchercodes.co.uk. For cheaper airport parking, book before 30 September for a 12 per cent discount of Airparks Car Parks, also at vouchercodes.co.uk

Stay in and save

Snap up a six month LOVEFILM subscription for £10 when you purchase online at topcashback.co.uk before 4 August. "Plus" members also receive 15.75 per cent cashback (15.15 per cent for "Classic" members).

Have news of any great deals? Please send details and deadlines to yourmoney@independent.co.uk

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