The Bargain Hunter - La Redoute offers online fashion deals

 

The online clothes retailer La Redoute is offering 25 per cent off all full-price items in its Autumn-Winter 2012 and Spring-Summer 2012 collections until Sunday 7 October.

Use the order code 8083 when buying women's, men's or children's fashion. The offer is not valid on sale and already discounted items. For full details go to laredoute.co.uk

Daily hotel offers, and a little extra

JustBook is a free app that posts, at noon each day, late discount hotel deals. The offers are for city hotels in 34 European countries and are normally offered at up to 50 per cent off the standard rate. Now Independent readers can get an additional £20 off the discounted price by registering the app by 6 October. You'll have to use the £20 voucher towards a single booking in any of JustBook's destinations before 31 December.To get the exclusive Independent deal download the free JustBook app from your app store or by going to www.justbook.com and quote the voucher code "Indy" when registering.

Fragrances without that money smell

Chemist Direct has just launched a fragrance sale offering many items at half price or better. Highlights include: Calvin Klein Crave, 40ml spray at £13.63 compared with £29 RRP; Diesel Plus Plus Masculine, 75ml, £9.79 down from £30 RRP; Elizabeth Arden 5th Avenue Spray, 30ml, £12.05 instead of £30 RRP; and YSL Baby Doll 30ml Spray, £16.75 compared with £35.15 RRP. For full details of all items in the sale go to chemistdirect.co.uk/50-off_5_97.html

Website attempts to better any price

Know what you want but still looking for a better deal? A just-launched website is offering to try to beat whatever price you can find. The people behind flubit.com say: "We create better offers for people who have already found what they want, but want a better price." Shop online and when you've found the cheapest deal, put a link to it at Flubit and they will try to give you a lower price within 12 hours.

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