The Bargain Hunter: Get in quick for a bargain Apple

 

UR-Mobile.com is currently selling Apple 3GS 32GB white iPhones for £349.95, a saving of more than £100 on the store's normal iPhone retail price. The phones usually sell for £450, but while stocks last UR-Mobile are offering the extremely popular 22 per cent discount. In the unlikely event that stocks fail to sell out, the offer is set to expire on October 15.

Picture perfect

Asda is offering 50 per cent off canvas image printing online at the moment. Simply upload your photographs to Asda-Photo.co.uk, select a canvas base of 16 x 12 and proceed to checkout. The cost of this particular canvas will then be reduced by 50 per cent from £64 to just £32. The offer expires on September 30.

Crime to miss Dungeon deal

Entrance to the London Dungeons are now available with a 30 per cent 'gate rate' saving thanks to ticket agency 365. Adult weekday tickets for the celebrated tourist attraction usually retail at £23.10 while children's tickets are £17.10 but, between now and the end of the year can be bought for £16 and £13 respectively.

You know it makes scents

HalfPricePerfumes.co.uk is running a discount code offer at the moment entitling customers to an Instant Volume lip gloss worth £19.50, for just £1. Simply visit http://bit.ly/oiaxlQ where you'll find the gloss already discounted to just £4.99 and a link to the Harvey Nicholls website proving it's retail price elsewhere. Pop the lip gloss in your shopping basket and, before making your payment, enter the code 'InstantVolume' in the appropriate box. Your purchase will then be further reduced to just £1.

Time for a tablet?

Dixons is selling Advent Vega tablets online for just £199 until further notice. The iPad rival measures only 14mm in thickness and weighs less than 750 grams and its features include fast web browsing, movie playing capabilities, an app store and an HDMI input for connection to your television screen. Visit http://bit.ly/o1y9Gm for more information or to purchase.



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