The Bargain Hunter: Get lit up with 25pc off these LED bulbs

There are two exclusive Bargain Hunter deals this week.

The first will get you 25 per cent off energy-efficient LED bulbs and spotlights. They last around 50 times longer than standard bulbs – leading to massive savings in the long run – and use 90 per cent less energy. In fact it's reckoned a typical home making the switch to LEDs could save up to 6 tonnes of CO2. The deal is available through the specialist online firm LED Hut. Simply go to www.ledhut.co.uk/bargain and use our exclusive code HUNT25 by the end of March.

Bag a great treat for your children

YUU bags are kids' backpacks with a difference: they're full of activities to keep children occupied, with a fold-down desk, magnetic game board, places to store a DS and an iPod and a secret pocket. The two women behind the idea are parents who realised their children needed more from a backpack, and they also attracted investment from the entrepreneurs on BBC2's Dragons' Den. In this week's second exclusive deal, Bargain Hunter readers can get 10 per cent off the YUUbag and YUUtuu – which sell for £38 – by going to www.yuuworld.com and using the YUUINDEPENDENT code by 22 March.

A Comfort-ing £6.99 discount

Southern Comfort Lime is available in Asda stores for just £10 until 30 March. That's a saving of £6.99. If you haven't tried the drink, the company describes it: "Lime notes intensify the iconic fruitiness of Southern Comfort offering a lighter, smooth, refreshing alternative to the original."

Why saving £35 is

all the fashion

Move quickly and you can get £35 off when you spend £75 at the French fashion retailer La Redoute. The deal is offered through www.discountvouchers.co.uk until Monday and you'll need to use the code 8134.

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