The Bargain Hunter: Are you sitting comfortably?

 

There are some great deals at Wilkinson's homeware store this week, with garden furniture sets reduced by up to 50 per cent online.

The Wilko Cordoba eight-piece patio set (six chairs, a table and a parasol), pictured, has been reduced from £75 to £50, while a Valencia six-piece set is down from £85 to £40. If you're not looking for such a major garden furniture investment, a single folding swing relaxer chair has been reduced from £35 to just £15.

All purchases are available for free store pick-up or, for an additional £4.95, home delivery is guaranteed within three working days. Visit http://ind.pn/oomphd for more information.

Corking offer from Tesco

Wine lovers may want to make their way to Tesco this week where they'll find up to 50 per cent off the price of wine by the case.

Some of the more popular purchases so far are La Casita Reserva Sauvignon Blanc, reduced from £66 to £33, Cordorniu 1551 Vintage Rosado Brut, was £84, now £42 and the Ogio Primitivo Puglian red, down from £54 to just £27. Find the full selection of cut-price cases of wine at http://ind.pn/q73iQd.

Go on, pamper yourself

The Body Shop's latest sale is well under way with buy-three-get-two-free deals on a huge range of bath and body products in store and online.

Items featured in the sale include body butter, lotion and scrubs as well as manicure and pedicure treatments. The full list of sale items can be found at http://ind.pn/rl1trD.

High time to shape up

Fitness First has teamed up with VoucherCodes.co.uk to produce a free five-day gym membership offer. To take advantage visit http://ind.pn/nVAtne, fill in the coupon and hit submit. You will then be given a discount code which needs to be activated by phone. It is best to hurry, though, as you will need to start your five-day membership before August 31, when the offer expires.

j.hall@independent.co.uk

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