The Bargain Hunter: Jubilee means savings in store
There are dozens of jubilee weekend sales running at the moment, with everyone from French Connection to Dreams Beds slashing prices to take advantage of the feel-good factor such celebrations bring. But amid the red, white and blue bunting festooning our high streets this weekend, Marks& Spencer's huge fashion and homeware sale stands out. Until6 June, M&S is offering 30 per cent off selected furniture, 20 per cent off selected homeware, 20 per cent off men and women's footwear and 20 per cent off selected women's clothing and accessories. Visit MarksandSpencer.com/Offers for full details of the savings.
Pitch up for tents time at Go Outdoors
Planning on camping out for a view of the Jubilee Parade but not yet got your tent? Or perhaps you're preparing for the festival season early? Either way, you can save with the following discounts from Go Outdoors. The camping retailer is offering 60 per cent off a range of tents – from their high-tech Sahara family tent to the easy-to-use Pitch Up & Go Pop Up tent. But you better get buying quickly – the offer expires tomorrow night.
Free delivery is Made service
Just moved home and don't want to end up with the identikit IKEA look? Visit Made.com, the stylish homeware website that sells quirky designer furniture at a fraction of its usual cost. There's free delivery on all orders over £300. The offer ends on Wednesday.
There's a fantastic round of discounts available via MyVoucherCodes this week. They include 15 per cent off anything red, white or blue at Evans cycles until Tuesday, 10 per cent off everything at Hewlett Packard by using the code MVC10 here http://ind.pn/Kn3Tbu before tomorrow, and 10 per cent off all camping products at Halfords with the code AFFCAM15 here http://ind.pn/Kn41rw – also expiring tomorrow.
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