The Bargain Hunter: 100 holidays for £100

 

If you're thinking about booking a low-cost holiday this autumn, look no further than EasyJet's 100 holidays for £100 sale. Breaks include seven nights in a three-star hotel in the Algarve (departing from Belfast) for £57 per person, two nights in a four-star hotel in Tallinn, Estonia (departing from Liverpool) for £67 per person and two nights in a four-star hotel in Bologna, Italy (departing from Gatwick) for £88 per person. Visit http://ind.pn/nnmDQC for the full list of holiday offers.

15% off at American Apparel

Trendy high-street fashion store American Apparel is offering a 15 per cent discount to customers signing up to its online mailing list. To take advantage visit http://ind.pn/oPOS9z , sign up for the list and await your promo code. The code initially offers a 10 per cent discount but comes with instructions on how to turn the 10 per cent saving into one of 15 per cent by selecting your purchases wisely.

Pick up a piccolo pizza

Pizza Express is running a great children's set menu offer at the moment. Parents buying a full-size pizza can also order the "piccolo" set, which includes dough balls, side salad, a small pizza or pasta, a dessert and a "bambinoccino" for a combined cost of just £10. The piccolo set usually costs £6.50, so having a full-sized pizza thrown in for an extra £3.50 is a great offer. To take advantage, visit http://ind.pn/qvS65N, fill in and print the form and take it to your nearest Pizza Express before 4 September.

Sightseeing in Bristol

Printable coupon of the week comes from National Express coaches and entitles users to two-for-one tickets on its Bristol City sightseeing bus. Two adults can travel for just £10, with tickets valid all day on a hop-on, hop-off basis. With 20 pick-up points around the city, the sightseeing bus is a fantastic way to explore Bristol and all you need to do to get the half-price rate is visit http://ind.pn/q02dJB , print the voucher and show it when buying tickets or boarding a bus. The coupon expires on 31 December.

j.hall@independent.co.uk

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