Bargain Hunter: Slash your water bills with an eco showerhead

 

This week's exclusive Bargain Hunter discount is for the unusual-looking but highly-effective Orbit eco showerhead, pictured. It aims to cut a home's hot water bills by up to 40 per cent through using three-quarters less water than normal showerheads.

It sells for £69.95 but Independent readers can get it for £49.95, a £20 saving, through our exclusive deal, which also includes a free, stainless-steel shower hose worth £9.99. To order at the special price go to to www.ecocamel.com/bargainhunter and enter the code orbit12 at the checkout. You can also order over the phone at 020 8211 3666 by quoting the same code.

Save money with a sweet deal for Clarks Clear Honey

Looking for an affordable and decent runny honey to put on your breakfast porridge or toast? Clarks Clear Honey is made with a blend of 15 per cent British honey with 35 per cent acacia honey and 50 per cent blossom honey, to produce a clear, runny honey. And it's being sold at a reduced price at Asda until the end of October, cutting the cost from £2.68 to £2 a jar.

Smyths toy story has a happy ending with 20 per cent off

Smyths Toys Superstores is offering 20 per cent off all toys, outdoor and baby products this weekend to celebrate the launch of its winter catalogue. The discount should be offered at all of the company's 70 stores across the country as well as online at SmythsToys.com and lasts until Monday 23 September.

Give your dog and cat some nutritional food for less

Online pet store PetsAtHome.com is offering cut-priced, advanced-nutrition dog and cat food until 1 October as part of its "change their food, change their life" campaign. Offers include James Wellbeloved Complete Dog Food down from £50.99 to £40 and Royal Canin Cat Food down from £16.99 to £12.

Half-term accommodation deals at Travelodge

Travelodge has launched a deal to attract families looking to save cash during half term, with saver rooms from 25 October to 3 November. Go to www.travelodge.co.uk for details.

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

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