The Bargain Hunter: Bag a fruitie cutie

The Carphone Warehouse has an offer for customers of a Blackberry Curve mobile phone for just £15 a month. The contract comes with 100 free cross-network minutes and 500 texts, while the mobile phone itself includes push email, wi-fi and instant Facebook access. The offer, which ends on Thursday, 31 March, can be found at http://ind.pn/hWCx3M.

Caribbean dipLuxury tour operator Sandals is offering a discount of up to 40 per cent on Caribbean holidays booked before 30 April and taken before 26 December 2012. It will also pay each customer's Air Passenger Duty – worth £75. The savings apply to four and five-star hotels in Jamaica, St Lucia, the Bahamas and Antigua and a full booking directory is available at http://ind.pn/hPQOs1.

Group smile

The collective purchasing website Groupon continues to grow and is well worth adding to your online money-saving bookmarks. Current offers include a dental consultation and Sparkle Airflow polish at the ToothFairy studio in Marylebone, west London, down from £125 per person to £35, and entry for two people to Kempton Park racecourse with The Jockey Club, reduced from £24 each to £10. For an up-to-date inventory of present deals and more information visit Groupon.co.uk.

Movie moments

There's one day remaining to take advantage of VoucherCodes.co.uk's exclusive partnership with Lovefilm. The pairing has seen Lovefilm offer customers a free 30-day trial, as well as a £10 Boots voucher, when signing up via VoucherCodes.co.uk. To register for the trial visit http://ind.pn/eoPoYA.

Just Ask

This week's top voucher code comes via MyVoucherCodes.co.uk (not to be confused with the previous website) and entitles customers to reduced main courses at Ask restaurants. Visit http://ind.pn/eHZxbz, fill in and print the form and you'll be able to claim a second main course for £1 with any other full price main

j.hall @independent.co.uk

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