Bargain Hunter: Take a time-travelling trip for two on a Waterstones card

 

At the Natural History Museum's latest exhibition you could come face to face with your ancient relatives and find out how Britain looked long before the Romans, Saxons and Vikings arrived. Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story opened a couple of weeks ago.

Entry is £9 for adults (£4.50 for kids) but you can get two-for-the-price-of-one tickets through the book chain Waterstones. To be eligible, you need to sign up to the company's free loyalty card at your nearest branch, then print off the Waterstones two-for-one voucher at bit.ly/waterstones2for1. Take it, with your card, to the exhibition any weekday between 10am and 5.15pm. The exhibition runs until 28 September.

Sign up to Greggs and earn yourself a tasty reward

Greggs the bakery chain has launched a mobile payment app which it says is designed to reward loyal customers. By registering for a Greggs Rewards account via the app, or online at www.greggs.co.uk, you can become eligible for exclusive treats and rewards. These include a free Greggs breakfast when opening an account with at least £20, hot drink incentives, a birthday treat and a monthly prize draw for the chance to win an iPad. PayPal will give the first 10,000 Greggs customers a free £5 bonus credit to spend when they sign up and register for auto-top up with PayPal.

Treat yourself to a spring getaway with Travelodge

Budget hotel chain Travelodge is offering 100,000 rooms for £29 or less between 5 to 21 April. Details at www.travelodge.co.uk

Three for the price of two on exotic preserves

Mammy Jamia's range of premium preserves costs £2.39 for a 340g jar. But Waitrose is running a three‑for‑two promotion throughout March. The Cheshire-based company's fig and plum preserves were awarded Gold stars in Great Taste 2013. Other jams in the range include rhubarb, ginger, pear, apple, greengage and quince.

Hungry House offers cashback to new members

 TopCashback is giving new members £7.50 when they buy any Hungry House takeaway today. Sign up to the site for free and log in via a desktop; then go to the "Hungry House Deal page bit.ly/HHouseDeal and click on "get cashback". Buy a takeaway of your choice, at any value, and the £7.50 cashback will become payable within 14 days.

In the chips: last week's competition winners

The answer to last week's competition to win a £130 Phillips Airfryer was "Elvis". The winners were Dianne Simpson of St Annes, Lancashire and Fergal Scott of Enfield, Middlesex. Their prizes will be sent to them by the over-fifties insurance expert RIAS.

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