The Bargain Hunter: Deep discounts at Debenhams
Debenhams launched its new season sale earlier this week, with 25 per cent discounts in almost every department.
There are thousands of reductions available, ranging from homeware and furniture to shoes and clothing. Although the sale is billed as being "25 per cent off in every department", there are a few price fluctuations to watch out for, such as dozens of fashion items from last season running with 50 per cent discounts and beauty and fragrance lines that are only 10 per cent off. All orders come with free delivery and, if necessary, returns. Visit Debenhams.com for further details or to make your purchase.
M&S internet Deal of the Day
A neat little addition to the Marks & Spencer website is its Deal of the Day section, where top products receive huge reductions for just 24 hours. There's no specific guidelines on what could be on sale – discounts earlier this week included 20 per cent of men's shoes, 33 per cent off wines and up to £500 off Panasonic televisions – but with such a high turnover, the page is well worth adding to your bargain hunting bookmarks.
Feast your eyes online
Online contact lens retailer GetLenses.co.uk is running a couple of great discount codes at the moment, entitling customers to up to 33 per cent off all eye care and lens lines. Using the code TENWG, customers making a first purchase of £30 or more will receive a £10 reduction and free delivery. However, if your basket doesn't come to £30, try using the code MONEYWG which gives customers 20 per cent off their first purchase with no minimum spend.
Let's go to the movies
This week's top printable coupon deal comes via MoneySupermarket.com and provides customers with 40 per cent off the price of tickets at Odeon cinemas. To take advantage of the offer visit http://bit.ly/omQneI, download and print the voucher and show it while buying your movie tickets.
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