Bargain Hunter: Tesco Opticians helps drivers to keep their eyes on the road

 

Tesco Opticians has an autumnal range of offers to encourage motorists to get their sight tested for the challenging, low-light driving conditions at this time of year. For starters sight tests are free and then, until Sunday 24 November, anyone spending £50 or more at Tesco Opticians will get a fuel coupon entitling them to 5p off every litre at Tesco. The coupon will expire two weeks after it's issued. Meanwhile, Clubcard Vouchers will be worth double until 31 December in Tesco Opticians. Go to www.tescoopticians.com or call 0845 601 3479 to book a free eye examination.

Lots of celebrity gifts up for grabs in Christmas auction

The Rainforest Foundation is holding a Christmas auction of exclusive celebrity and designer gifts. The 12-day auction will run from 20 November to 1 December through a pop-up shop on eBay. It will include fashion and accessory pieces from the likes of Zoe and Morgan, Christopher Kane, Heidi London, Emma J Shipley and Ivana Helsinki. Other lots include guest tickets to the filming of QI from Stephen Fry, signed goodies from Sir Bruce Forsyth, Jamie Cullum and Mark Rylance, sporting goods from Chelsea and Spurs, and tea for four in Parliament with Zac Goldsmith MP. The auction is at www.ebay.co.uk/12days

Get Santa to send your child a letter for Christmas

You can organise a letter from Santa for children through the charity NSPCC. Just go to christmas.nspcc.org.uk/santa and fill in details of your chosen child's age. You can then choose from seven different illustrated and personalised styles, with festive stories tailored to the child's age. In return for a donation – £5 is suggested – the child will receive a letter delivered by "Rudolph mail".

Free delivery and 25% off at Burton Menswear

You can get 25 per cent off at Burton Menswear online until 17 November by using an exlcusive discount code offered through vouchercloud.com. Go to the men's clothing website at www.burton.co.uk and use the code CLOUD25 when you reach the checkout. You can also get free standard home delivery if you spend more than £30 by then using the code FREEPOST.

M&S card could win a family trip to Disneyland Paris

If you have an Marks & Spencer credit card you will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win a family experience – for six people – at Disneyland Paris every time you buy anything with your card until 6 January 2014. Anyone who signs up for the card before 6 January next year will be given 10 extra entries to the competition.

Save money on some winter sunshine in Cape Verde Fancy escaping for some winter sun off the coast of West Africa in late December or early January? Go to bit.ly/1dQabh1 for a Cape Verde villa with swimming pool deal available through Holiday Lettings that offers a saving of £1,140 between 18 December and 8 January.

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