The Bargain Hunter: Home in on an M&S deal

 

Last week Marks & Spencer launched a considerable "home event" hosting discounts of up to 30 per cent across its entire homeware range. Sofas and armchairs make up the bulk of the best deals, although the beds and bedding, bathroom, conservatory and garden furniture sections (below) of the M&S website are well worth exploring too. Visit http://ind.pn/msmayhome for thecomplete sale.

Camera bargain to click on

This week's top bargain can be found at Argos, where Pentax I-10 digital compact cameras have been reduced from £336.99 to just £89. The camera comes in pearl white and features 12 megapixels, a 28mm wide angle lens, a 5x optical zoom, a 6.25x digital zoom and a 2.7in LCD screen. Follow the link on this Offer.co.uk page: http://ind.pn/offarg.

Free pass to Fitness First

Another great health offer now, with Fitness First providing free five-day membership passes to all new customers. To claim your free pass visit http://ind.pn/fitmay, fill in the form and then call 0844 571 8080 to validate. The offer is applicable at Fitness First blue and platinum label clubs (black label clubs not included) and you'll have full access to all facilities.

Slim your dieting costs

If you're hoping to get trim in time for summer you may be interested to know that Weightwatchers has scrapped registration fees until 10 July for customers signing up for a three-month membership. Registration usually costs £30, plus monthly instalments of £10.95. However, under the new plan dieters will have the registration fee waived, so although you're still paying £30 up-front, it'll feel like you're getting three months membership absolutely free.

Eat out at a discount

Our printable voucher code of the week has been provided by the Italian American bar and restaurant chain Frankie and Benny's, above.For 20 per cent off all foodpurchases head over to http://ind.pn/fbindy, print thecoupon, fill it in and take it withyou to your nearest outlet before30 June.

j.hall@independent.co.uk

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