Bargain Hunter: Score with Tesco's football coaching

 

Tesco has teamed up with the FA to provide free football coaching for five- to 11-year-olds during school holidays. The two-hour coaching sessions are available at 137 venues across England, starting this week. There is a maximum of one session per child per day, and they must be booked two days in advance, so if you're looking for a Monday session, you must book today. To sign up, visit Tesco.com/football.

Toy prices halved in offer from Asda

Asda has halved the price of selected toys both in-store and online. Doll's houses are available from £35, and a rocking horse and Peppa Pig's My First Kitchen for just £20. Most of the toys fall into the pre-school category, but it's worth visiting http://ind.pn/RCtSfy and having a browse whatever the child's age.

Sale makes a splash at River Island

River Island is also running a half-price sale this week, with limited items from current and previous seasons available. There is no closing date just yet, so be prepared for offers to end at any time. In the meantime, check out the women's dress department, where prices are as low as £6.

Big savings on Pizza Hut deliveries

Pizza Hut is offering 50 per cent off all deliveries over £35 for customers using a delivery code. This essentially means £35 worth of pizza can be bought from just £17.50. To take advantage, simply enter the code AFD21WLJE when ordering online, or quote it if ordering over the phone. The offer runs until Monday and is not valid on dine-in meals.

Believe it or not, get two-for-one tickets

Ripley's Believe it or Not is running two-for-one tickets on evening sessions at its Piccadilly branch until the end of the year. Individual tickets for the exhibition centre usually cost £26.95, but customers printing a voucher from http://ind.pn/RCteOV can buy them for just over £13. The tickets are valid on admissions after 7pm only, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

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