The Bargain Hunter: Tuck into cheap family meal
Looking for an affordable way to entertain the kids this bank holiday? How about a cheap family meal courtesy of high-street Italian, Prezzo? Order three courses from the kids' menu (which includes calzone and bambinoccinos), plus a drink – all for under £6.
Bargains on the latest fashion
Since launching its own outlet website in February 2012, Marks & Spencer has been offering bargains of up to 40 per cent off the latest spring looks. And this Easter they have a special treat in store: a further 20 per cent off lingerie and kidswear products. Visit: marksandspencer.com/outlet for details.
Two-for-one theme park tickets
This week's best printable voucher comes via MyVoucherCodes.co.uk, and entitles customers to two-for-one adult tickets at Drayton Manor theme park. To take advantage, visit: http://ind.pn/Hl4Df4, print the coupon and present it while purchasing the first full-price adult ticket (£36). The coupon cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, and expires on 15 April.
Make tracks to Ski Collection
With summer approaching, now is your last chance to make the most of the ski season. At this time of year there are always some great bargains to be had. Ski Collection is offering a range of chalets and apartments at a reduced price, such as 40 per cent off the convenient Le Cristal de l'Alpe in Alpe d'Huez, and 30 per cent off Les Chalets du Jardin Alpin in Val d'Isère. But hurry, most offers expire towards the end of the month.
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