Bargain Hunter: Halloween LED lights cut by almost three-quarters

 

Planning a spooky celebration for Halloween? Specialist light company LED Hut has a fun, limited-edition Halloween LED party pack for £9.98, down 72 per cent from £35.99. The 11-piece bundle includes flame-free LED candles to put inside pumpkins, reducing the risk of small children getting burnt by wayward candle wax, as well as illuminated balloons and a light-up pumpkin. It's available at tinyurl.com/nurwnp4

Save on Fright Night thrills with friends at Thorpe Park

For more scary Halloween thrills you could head to Thorpe Park's Fright Nights – and by booking ahead you could save a tenner. Visitors will be offered attractions based on some of the world's most iconic horror films with the chance to ride rollercoasters in the dark. To get the £10 discount, you need to book a group of four to nine people before Monday 21 October. As long as you book two days in advance you'll get individual tickets for £24.99 instead of the normal price of £34.99. You can book at thorpepark.com

Christmas comes early to Asda's toy department...

Looking further ahead to Christmas, Asda's toy sale started this week, with up to half-price reductions on around 100 children's favourites. For instance the Peppa Pig Jumbo Play Set has been cut from £40 to £20, while a wooden kitchen for little chefs has been cut from £70 to £35. There are also reductions on Lego, with the Lego City High Speed Chase down from £18 to £12. The deals are available in store and online at asda.com

... Or play at Santa in the sun on a discounted Far East cruise

If you want to escape the UK and spend Christmas in the sun you can save £500 on a seven-night Far East cruise and three-night Singapore stay as long as you book by 25 October. The trip costs from £1,299 and includes return flights from Heathrow on 18 December to Singapore for a room-only stay. You'll spend Christmas Day on the pepper- coloured Kuta Beach. Details at cruisenation.com.

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