The Bargain Hunter: A classically good read for art lovers

 

You can now celebrate favourite books while enjoying art. Spineless Classics are art prints on which, up close, you can read the complete text of famous literary works, right from “It was the best of times” to “a far, far greater thing”. The range at the moment runs from Jane Austen to Harry Potter and from Peter Rabbit to Life of Pi. Unframed prints start at £32.99, but Bargain Hunter readers can get 20 per cent off through an exclusive deal. Go to www.spinelessclassics.com, pick from the 85 currently available, and use the code INDIE.

Discount DIY deals on offer at Easter

If you’re planning any DIY over the upcoming Easter break there are a range of timely discounts on offer through Voucher Codes. There’s 10 per cent off orders over £40 at Robert Dyas or 10 per cent off at Topps Tiles until the end of the month. Or if you move quickly there’s 15 per cent off home deliveries over £150 at B&Q until tomorrow, 24 March. Go to  www.vouchercodes.co.uk for the  full details.

Savings on short breaks abroad

If you fancy escaping the UK this Easter there have been a range of short-break deals on offer at Cheap Flights. Two nights in Munich at the three-star Golden Leaf Hotel Altmuenchen, flying on 28 March, was on offer from £305 per person, for instance. Or if you wanted to fly on 30 March you could get two nights in Lyon at the three-star Kyriad Lyon  St Exupery from £244 per person. To see what short-break deals are left, head to the website  www.cheapflights.co.uk

Nappy change  event at Tesco

Meanwhile, for parents with young children, Tesco Loves Baby is running a nappy change event until 31 March. Packs of Cheeky Bots Nappies, for instance, are down from £30 to £20. There will also be double Clubcard points on all nappies purchased during the event, which is online as well as instore.

Do you know of any upcoming deals or discounts? Please send full details and deadlines to yourmoney@independent.co.uk

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