There's free beer up for grabs in this week's Bargain Hunter competition. But it's not just any beer: it's a brand new, unfiltered, 6.5 per cent India pale ale from the craft beer specialist And Union.
The copper-coloured beer is called Friday and is brewed in Bavaria over a 10-week period. Bargain Hunter has tried it and can confirm it's certainly got a taste to it.
And Union specialises in small-batch, unfiltered, unpasteurised beers. They are normally sold in retailers such as Wholefoods but readers can be in with a chance of getting a free crate of 12 bottles of Friday – worth around £40 – by answering a simple question.
The question: what was the name of the American cop series of the 1950s, later made into a 1980s movie, which followed the fortunes of Sergeant Joe Friday?
Send the answer by next Thursday, 21 May, to email@example.com.
Look like someone who's lost a fiver, found a tenner
A double-your-money tip for Tesco shoppers popped up at the HotUKDeals forum: a Clubcard boost starts on Monday where £5 of Clubcard vouchers can be turned into £10 worth of "Boost" vouchers to spend in-store or online.
You can't use them to buy groceries, but categories where you can spend "Boost" vouchers include garden and barbecue, clothing, cosmetics, mobile phones, entertainment, games and electricals. The deal starts on Monday and runs until Sunday 28 June.
And do check on the money-saving forum at hotukdeals.com for the latest tips.
Dine at a discount in style in West End Restaurant Week
Until 24 May it's London West End Restaurant Week, and the online booking service OpenTable has special offers at some of the area's top dining locations.
Included in the special offers are exclusive menus at Gordon Ramsay's Heddon Street Kitchen – where you'll be able to get three courses for £26 – and Maze, where the deal is a five-course tasting menu and cocktail for £55.
To see all the offers included visit bit.ly/1KhQcqe
Asda promises cut-price currency for half-term
If you're planning a half-term getaway, Asda Money is holding a currency sale from next Tuesday to Friday. It is promising "even better rates" on euros, dollars (American, Canadian and Australian) and Turkish lira.
The deal runs from this Tuesday, 8am to 8am, to Friday at money.asda.com/travel-money
Website shows children how to manage their money
A new pocket money site aims to improve the financial education of the nation's children. Qwiddle allows kids to manage their own money in "a safe environment", says founder Vanessa Cameron. Parents can fund accounts using PayPal. More at qwiddle.co.uk.
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