The Bargain Hunter: Get zooming in on discount grooming

 

This week's exclusive Bargain Hunter deal is 20 per cent off any of the products made by the new male grooming and skincare brand Scaramouche & Fandango. The products are made entirely in the UK.

The offer runs until the end of April and our exclusive code can only be used once by each customer. Check out the range – which includes body wash, face scrub, hydrator, conditioner, shampoo and shave cream – at www.scaramoucheandfandango.com and use the code INDE2013 at the checkout.

Bag yourself extra Nectar points

Do you collect Nectar points? Now you can gain extra points by donating unwanted clothes and gifts to charity. The scheme called Tag Your Bag was set up to allow Oxfam to claim Gift Aid on donations – but it's now been extended so that Nectar cardholders can earn 2 points per £1 on the value of any items that were sold from their "bag" of donations. You'll also get 100 Nectar points when you first sign up. You can join Tag Your Bag in an Oxfam shop or online at www.oxfam.org.uk/tagyourbag

Take the children on a free spree

Still looking for ways to entertain children for the second week of the Easter break? Go to www.whattodowiththekids.co.uk for a range of ideas plus plenty of vouchers giving you free tickets to events all over the country. At the moment the site offers free kids' entry to the Eden Project with a paying adult, with similar vouchers for Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and the Whitehouse Farm Centre in Northumberland.

Here's the good news for a cruise

Fancy taking a cruise in the next few weeks? Specialist website Iglu currently has several cut-rate offers on upcoming trips. For instance, a seven-night cruise to Spain and Portugal leaving on 14 April with P&O would cost just £429 for an outside cabin. Go to www.iglucruise.com for full details.

Got news of any upcoming deals or discounts? Please send details and deadlines to us at yourmoney@independent.co.uk

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