The Bargain Hunter: Blue Cross your heart

The "biggest ever" Blue Cross sale at Debenhams continues this weekend with up to 70 per cent off fashion and homewares in-store and online. Top offers include numerous Red Herring dresses, starting at £16.50, men's biker and bomber jackets down to as little as £23.75, and exclusive bed linen sets reduced to just £12. Visit Debenhams.com/sale for more information.

Winter sale wind-down

Robert Dyas has a new round of savings as it winds down its winter sale, with hundreds of home and garden items available at "unbeatable" prices. There is an additional saving of £5 on all purchases over £25 or more when entering the code "JANSALES" at the online checkout.

Tastes of Italy

The fantastic "Essence of Italy" food, wine and dinner set deal is back at Giordano Wines. Customers can once again pick up 12 quality Italian wines (including eight reds and four whites), six authentic Italian food ingredients (including Grissini bread sticks and Mediterranean olive sauce) and a 12-piece fine porcelain set (six dinner plates and six bowls) for the astonishing price of just £59.95. Better still, P&P is free. To take advantage of this great offer, head over to http://ind.pn/hwOuL5

Massage your wallet

The peculiarly named KGB Deals is a new website sponsored by 118 118. It hosts dozens of offers on things such as meals, massages and personal training sessions. Simply visit http://ind.pn/f2OVMm, sign up for the newsletter and you'll be kept informed of offers in your area with up to 90 per cent off.

Cut costs at Carluccio's

The top printable voucher code deal this week comes from Carluccio's Italian restaurants. Customers can enjoy two-for-one main courses in partnership with VoucherCodes.co.uk. Visit http://ind.pn/eLyoKv, fill in the form and print the voucher. The offer runs until February 13, and the voucher is valid at only one sitting.

j.hall@independent.co.uk

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