The Bargain Hunter: LensWay's offer is an eye-opener


The online eyewear store, LensWay, is offering new customers their first frames for free, with free delivery. Depending on which frames you choose, the deal – which lasts until the end of December – could save hundreds of pounds, although it does not include luxury frames and glasses.

To take advantage of the offer, you just need to get your up-to-date glasses prescription, search for your favourite frames and enter the code FIRSTFRAMEFREE on the payment page at

Spamalot! at half price... and now for

The Monty Python spoof musical Spamalot! has just arrived back in London's West End and some £38.50 tickets are available through Travelzoo for Christmas and the New Year at half price as long as you buy them within the next 10 days.

Valid for all performances until 13 January, the offer of £38.50 tickets for £19 is for a Price Band C seat in the Dress Circle. However, some of the seats have a restricted view, so it's worth checking when booking that your enjoyment won't be impaired. Go to for details.

...something (not) completely different

You can pick up the DVD of the film that Spamalot! is loosely based on at the moment for just £3 with free postage from HMV. Monty Python's hilarious – and controversial – Life of Brian dvd is available at for £3, with a two-DVD collectors' edition at £6.

Cut-price relaxation at Champney's

If you want to escape Christmas shopping or just the stresses of work in December, Champney's is offering 40 per cent off its Relax Day between 1 and 24 December. Prices start at £59.40 per person for unlimited use of facilites between 9-6 at Tring, Henlow and Forest Mere and until 23 December at Springs. Details at

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