The Bargain Hunter: Dell Inspiron laptop offer returns to Asda

 

Asda's offer on Dell Inspiron laptops returned this week. It is selling M5040 laptops, with 15.6-inch screens, 4GB RAM and 500GB hard drive, for £297 – more than £50 less than a direct purchase from Dell. Having suspended the sale due to low stock once before, you can bet the offer won't last long, so head over to http://ind.pn/wVPY8Z if you want to bag this bargain.

M&S clothes at new online store

With three-for-£10 and dine-in options, Marks & Spencer has some of the best deals in town – if you know where to look. Now that's easier, thanks to the launch of a new M&S Outlet online store. It will offer over 1,300 M&S items across lingerie, menswear, kidswear and womenswear, with up to 40 per cent off regular prices.

Dalani deals on home furnishings

If you're looking to furnish your home stylishly but don't want to break the bank, why not check out Dalani? An online "club", signing up is easy and enables you to take advantage of all sorts of discounts and sales. Currently on offer: Scandinavian chic from Lene Bjerre Design, throws and cushions from Rani Arabella and Provencal chic from Sphere Inter. Head to www.dalani.co.uk, for discounts of up to 50 per cent off store prices.

Phone app for MyVoucherCodes

MyVoucherCodes.co.uk should be one of the most visited bookmarks on any bargain hunter's computer, but now the discount coupon website can be just as useful on your mobile phone. This week My Voucher Codes launched a free-to-download app for iPhones and androids, with exclusive offers and an easy-to-navigate design. You can find the widget by searching for "my voucher codes" in your smartphone's app store.

Cut-price clothes from Nariva

To mark London Fashion Week, vintage clothing boutique Nariva is cutting the price of limited edition outfits and accessories by 50 per cent. At Narivaboutique.com, you'll find items from £25.

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