The Bargain Hunter: The chips are down for healthy eating

 

Like fried food but concerned about healthy eating? The Breville halogen-heated health fryer uses one spoonful of oil when cooking chips, 99.5 per cent less than a standard 3-litre fryer. It costs £129.99 from Argos, which sells 33,000 products online, but the retailer is offering the chance to win one in this week's competition. To enter email yourmoney@independent.co.uk by Thursday 28 February with the answer to the question: How many products does Argos sell online?

Make light work of buying your bulbs

IKEA has halved the price of its Ledare LED lighting range. The furniture chain reckons households could save as much as £117.88 a year if they switch to the energy-efficient bulbs, which use 85 per cent less energy than incandescent bulbs and can last up to 20 times longer. LED light bulbs at the chain now start from £3. There's more info at www.ikea.com/moresustainablelifeathome

Get turned on with Quidco's Sky deal

Cashback site Quidco is offering an exclusive Sky deal until 28 March. It gives Sky TV, Talk and Broadband from £15 a month plus a £25 M&S voucher and up to £235 cashback. Full details - and a range of other Sky broadband and TV offers - can be found at www.quidco.com/sky-digital-tv-and-broadband/

Shop around for an online discount

Two competing Sainsbury's online shopping discounts both run until 3 March. There's an offer of £15 off your first online shopping order over £75 from Sainsburys through www.VoucherCodesPro.co.uk. Meanwhile you can get £12 off your first online shopping order over £60 at Sainsburys through www.MyVoucherCodes.co.uk.

* The winner of last week's Bargain Hunter competition of a £150 Revolution Sodastream was Pauline Sheridan of Manchester.

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