Bargain Hunter: Kit yourself out in sports gear - at a healthy discount of up to 75%


Sports fans looking for new kit should check out The site runs flash sales from more than 600 leading sports brands such as Marmot, Helly Hansen, Canterbury, Garmin, GoPro and Icebreaker. Shoppers need to act quickly as the sales normally last for seven days. The savings are impressive – up to 70 per cent off, in some cases.

Current sales include up to 59 per cent off Scarpa footwear and up to 53 per cent off Headworx clothing – both end on 26 August; up to 75 per cent off Tenn cycle clothing and up to 52 per cent off Mountain Hardwear clothing, both ending 25 August.

Sport Pursuit also pays members for inviting friends to the site. Members get £5 when a friend they've recommended makes their first purchase – invite five friends who buy something and you'll earn £25.

Love2shop vouchers with TalkTalk broadband

Broadband customers signing up to TalkTalk's 16Mb Simply Broadband package through can get £120 worth of Love2shop vouchers, which can be spent at more than 20,000 high street stores. These include Argos, Boots, Debenhams, Toys R Us, House of Fraser, River Island, New Look and Waterstones, plus certain restaurants and attractions.

The 16Mb broadband deal costs £1.75 a month with £15.95 monthly line rental.

Run down cheaper trainers and a foot assessment

Runners in London can get a foot assessment (worth £100) and £100 off a pair of trainers for just £49 at Altimus, Kensington High Street, via a Groupon deal.

The bio-mechanical assessment studies the movement of bones and muscles in the feet, to identify foot arch types and any pressure points which may be causing problems. An orthotist will use a hi-tech 3D foot-scanning device to examine any misalignments and distribution of weight.

Altimus sells trainers, boots and shoes from top brands including Asics and Salomon. Sign up for this, and other money-saving deals, at

Love those labels with 50% off at House of Fraser

House of Fraser is boasting a sale with discounts of up to 50 per cent on some items, both online and in store.

However, eagle-eyed bargain hunters will be able to find some products even cheaper than half-price.

For example, label-loving women can find 7 For All Mankind's Cristen skinny jeans reduced from £180 to just £72, while men can pick up Calvin Klein Classic Quick Dry Swim Shorts for £23, down from £47.

In the home department, shoppers can find a pair of 500 thread count pillowcases from the Luxury Hotel Collection for £17, reduced from £55.

Visit for more deals.

Welcome the baby with a £30 discount at Wauwaa

Pregnancy, birth and parenting retailer is offering shoppers £30 off a £50-shop plus 4 per cent cashback via

Parents need to access the Wauwaa site via Quidco so the cashback is tracked, and enter code QUIDCO30 at the checkout to get the cash discount.

As well as selling everything you need for a new arrival, Wauwaa offers advice and tips on pregnancy and parenting.

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