If you're planning to light up the sky with a spectacular Guy Fawkes Night extravaganza from the comfort of your back garden, head to Aldi (aldi.co.uk) for some bargain fireworks.
The budget supermarket has something for everyone.You can pick up a packet of 21 sparklers for just £1.39, selection boxes from £4.99 and louder "detonators" for £39.99.
Fireworks can only be sold to over-18s.
Discount at Body Shop
Whether you're shopping for early Christmas presents or looking to pamper yourself, The Body Shop is offering 40 per cent off all products including those already reduced by up to 50 per cent in the sale.
The discount reduces the price of almond body butter from £13 to just £3.90 and £25 gift sets to £10.50.
To benefit from the offer, just enter code 14319 at the checkout or visit vouchercloud.com/the-body-shop-vouchers by Tuesday 4 November.
Cashback on cover
Travelling abroad without insurance can be false economy – medical bills in some parts of the world can be astronomical.
So if you're looking for cover without making too big a dent in your holiday money, you can save up to 30 per cent on travel insurance deals via TopCashback.co.uk. Offers this week include: 30.45 per cent cashback from Direct Travel; 26.25% cashback from Essential Travel, AA Travel Insurance and Columbus Direct Travel; and 23.1 per cent cashback from Flexicover Travel Insurance.
Hit the ski slopes in style
Winter-sports enthusiasts can save themselves a packet on skiwear by signing up to flash-sale website SportPursuit.com.
Current sales include Bergans of Norway with deals including ski jackets reduced from £550 to £229.99 and salopettes at up to 60 per cent off.
Those on a smaller budget can get up to 80 per cent discount on Trespass snow gear including men's down jackets reduced from £150 to £44.99.
If running is more your thing there's up to 58 per cent off Puma trainers, 50 per cent off Runtastic electronics or 54 per cent off Barefoot footwear.
Sport Pursuit members get £5 credit for everyone they introduce to the site who goes on to place an order.
Get away for less with Flybe
This week saw Flybe launch operations from London City airport with six routes connecting the UK and Ireland to the capital's financial district.
One-way flights from London City to Exeter cost £34.99, Belfast £39.99 and Inverness, Edinburgh or Dublin £49.99.
The budget airline has also recently partnered with rewards scheme Avios. Avios. Flybe customers can now earn Avios points when booking flights.
Flybe will be phasing out its existing Rewards4All frequent-flyer programme. For more information visit flybe.com.
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