The Bargain Hunter: Debenhams sale ain't half good

The latest Debenhams half-price sale is now on with savings across all ranges online. It doesn't matter if its fashion, furniture or fragrances you're after, there's something in the sale for everyone. To see a full list of discounted items or to purchase visit
http://bit.ly/o7YqmP.

Shave 20% off grooming

The Grooming Clinic is now offering 20 per cent off all shaving products online. The sale is part of the company's pre-Christmas push. It's obscenely early to mention the 'C' word, but it's still well worth taking a look. There are plenty of bargains to be found, including 20 per cent off Anthony Logistics, Men-U, eShave, Gentlemen's Tonic, and many other big name brands. The offer runs until 2 October and can be found at TheGroomingClinic.com.

Reebok's in step with 30% deal

Reebok launched a new voucher code for use on its website this week, offering customers up to 30 per cent off dozens of products. To activate the discount, simply enter the code 'DEALOFTHEWEEK' in the appropriate space when making at purchase at the Reebok.com checkout.

Muscular discounting

Gymfood is currently selling 500g tubs of dairy-free protein shakes, plus a free water bottle, for just £13.29. Gymfood's shakes are rich in omega 3, 6, and 9, high in fibre, contain no added sugar and are gluten and wheat free. A 500g tub usually sells for £35, making this a saving of more than 40 per cent.

Strada's main attraction

This week's top printable voucher code entitles customers to two-for-one main meals at Strada. To claim the coupon simply visit http://bit.ly/eVgG6, fill in the form and await an email from Strada with your printable voucher. The offer applies to one table only and is valid for up to six guests, although it is not available in conjunction with any other discount and cannot be used at the Center Parcs, Royal Festival Hall, More London, Harpenden and Westfield Stratford City branches.

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