Bargain Hunter: You can still have an adventure if you holiday at home with Jurys Inn

 

Hotel chain Jurys Inn is targeting "stay-cationers" with a range of deals starting at £105 for a family of four.

That covers a night in the hotel in a family room plus breakfast, along with entry to a theme park such as Crealy Great Adventure Park in Exeter. Alternatively, for £136.20 there's a similar deal linked to Cadbury World near Birmingham.

Jurys Inn will also be offing 15-25 per cent off all standard room rates for hotel stays between 18 July and 7 September ,as long as you book by 24 August.

Details at jurysinns.com/deals.

If you're home alone, you might want these alarms

We asked you last week to name the 1990s film where an eight-year-old held off two would-be burglars.

Hundreds of Bargain Hunter readers knew that the answer was, of course, Home Alone. But only two of you could win the £200 Yale Premium alarms offered by the insurer Rias in our exclusive competition. The winners, picked at random, were Nigel Stokes of Huntley, Gloucester, and Eileen Edwards of Widnes, Cheshire.

Rias should be in touch directly with your prizes. Keep checking here for more exclusive competitions.

EDF launches 'catch free' fixed tariff out of the blue

EDF Energy has launched a new fixed tariff that it claims is, on average, the cheapest "catch free" fixed energy deal on the market among the big suppliers. Blue+Price Promise February 2016 costs £1,049 for a typical dual-fuel customer paying by direct debit. It replaces a previous deal that ran till August 2015.

Lift-off on cheap flights if you're part of the club at BA

If you're a member of the British Airways Executive Club and Avios Travel Rewards Programme, you can get flights for half the normal amount of Avois points from Monday.

The Avios Long Haul Flight Sale, which is launched on 30 June, offers 50 per cent off Avios on return British Airways flights taken between October 2014 and February 2015 – to more than 20 worldwide destinations, such as Dubai, New York, Los Angeles and Sao Paulo. The deal runs for two weeks.

Your discount passport to becoming 'beach fit'

If you're planning to take action to lose weight before your summer break, you can get 40 per cent off coaching membership with the Dukan Diet by using the code SUN14 at dukandiet.co.uk by 7 July.

Get money off money transfers through Azimo

The online social money-transfer service Azimo will cut fees when you send cash abroad if you use the promotional code AZIMO2014 by 31 July. For information or to transfer money go to azimo.com

Got any deals or discounts to share with readers? Send details and deadlines to your money@independent.co.uk

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