The Bargain Hunter: Nick Mason bangs the drums for discount night in West End

 

Next Thursday evening, London shoppers can get 20 per cent off at more than 120 stores at Seven Dials and St Martin’s Courtyard in Covent Garden. There will also be live DJs and a signing session from Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason. Shops taking part include Peter Werth, American Apparel, Banana Republic, Jaeger London, Neal’s Yard Remedies, Urban Outfitters and Wolsey.  The event is being held between 5-9pm on Thursday 30 May but you should register at www.sevendials.co.uk before then to download a  20 per cent off shopping ticket.

Join the club and get £20 worth of petrol free at Shell stations

Buy a Shell Drivers’ Club card for a tenner at www.mightydeals.co.uk and you’ll get £20 worth of preloaded points that can be exchanged for petrol at Shell garages. However, the deal is limited to the first 100,000 cards, so be quick.

Smyths Toys tempts children into the great outdoors

Smyths Toys superstores are offering 20 per cent off the latest marked prices of all its outdoor toys, bikes and baby products until Monday. The offer is valid on trampolines, swings, bikes, scooters, pushchairs, etc. The discount is also offered at www.smythstoys.com.

Two nights in the city of Gaudi and tiki-taka for £139

You can get two nights in Barcelona from £139 per person in June at www.cheapflights.co.uk. The deal includes return flights from London and two nights’ room-only accommodation at the three-star Guillermo Tell hotel in Barcelona.

Send details of deals and discounts to yourmoney@independent.co.uk

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