The Bargain Hunter: Waitrose offers a tasty deal on meat

 

Waitrose is the latest supermarket to launch a three-for-£10 deal across selected meat and fish. But this one's a deal with a difference. Not only does the offer include an array of chicken pieces and salmon fillets, you can also pick up a packet of duck legs, some turkey mince or a pair of chicken kievs. At just £3.33 each, that's a bargain to work up an appetite.

Love is in the air at Grange hotels

If you're planning on whisking your loved one away for a Valentine's Day treat, you'd better get booking. It's just over two weeks until the annual love-fest and, as always, you can count on expectations to be high. Thankfully, the Grange Hotel group is on hand to offer a solution. For just £125 you can enjoy a night's accommodation at one ofi its four-star hotels, with an English breakfast and a special Valentine's meal with flowers and chocolates thrown in. Even better, you can check out late for no extra charge! Visit Grangehotels.com for details.

Marks & Spencer's Valentine's Day treat

If your budget doesn't quite stretch to a Valentine's Day getaway, fear not: there are plenty of other ways to spoil that special someone in your life. At Marks & Spencer, you can buy any Valentine's card and get a Valentine's-themed hot water bottle at half price. Or why not go that extra mile and make your card a personalised one? If you enter the code 12VAL100 at the online checkout, it'll knock £1 off the price.

A toast to discounts at Majestic Wines

It wouldn't, however, be a celebration without a toast. Put those dark days of January behind you with this terrific offer from Majestic Wine, where selected bottles from New Zealand, Australia, Chile and the Rhone region are 20 per cent off. Meanwhile, bottles of Louis Roederer Brut Premier NV Champagne will cost you just £25 – down from £39.

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