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Bargain Hunter: Groupon has a great deal at Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium

Paying just £8 for two people, race-goers can enjoy the action from the air-conditioned grandstand or from the trackside area

Emma Lunn
Friday 28 August 2015 22:39
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Get out of the traps for a discount on the dogs at Wimbledon
Get out of the traps for a discount on the dogs at Wimbledon

If you fancy a healthy breakfast or snack at any time of day, why not try out some Cuckoo Bircher muesli?

Inspired by the century-old Swiss recipe for Bircher muesli and the wholesome Alpine lifestyle, Cuckoo combines tradition with pioneering flavour combinations and contrasting textures.

With an average of 236 calories per 150g single-serve pot, Cuckoo Bircher muesli is low-GI, a great source of fibre and protein and is sweetened with fruit sugars.

Flavours include mango and coconut, elderflower and cranberry, and apple and cinnamon spice.

Cuckoo is offering 50p off products across the entire Cuckoo Bircher range at Waitrose. Download a voucher at www.cuckoofoods.co.uk.

Going to the dogs

Dog racing can be a fun night out and, who knows, you might win! Groupon has a great deal for Friday and Saturday nights at Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium in south-west London.

Paying just £8 for two people, race-goers can enjoy the action from the air-conditioned grandstand or from the trackside area.

On admission, guests will receive a racecard, with re-entry, as well as a choice of burger, cheeseburger or veggie burger. Meals can be washed down with a pint of Carling, a bottle of VK Ice or Blue, or a large soft drink. The normal cost for the night would be £44.80 per couple. The Groupon voucher is valid on Friday and Saturday nights until 19 September.

Visit www.groupon.co.uk/deals/gl-love-the-dogs to buy a voucher.

The whole Galaxy

Mobile customers signing a new O2 contract can get the upfront cost of a Galaxy S6 32GB waived by using a Uswitch voucher code.

Samsung describes the S6 as one of the most "beautifully designed, cutting-edge smartphones" it has ever created.

To get your hands on one you need to sign up for a 24-month contract, offering unlimited calls and texts and 1GB of data, costing £27.50 a month, with Carphone Warehouse.

There is normally an upfront cost of £129.99 for the handset but if you enter the code USWITCH130 at the checkout this will be reduced to zero.

Doing more for less

B&Q is clearing stock for the new season and selling dining sets, sun loungers, bistro sets and parasols at up to 50 per cent off.

DIY enthusiasts will find bargains in other departments too – just in time for the Bank Holiday weekend. Whether you're fixing things around the house or transforming a room, there are some great deals to be found. Visit www.diy.com/clearance

Pond-hopping getaways

The world's your oyster with Virgin Atlantic. Its current sale offers cut-price fares to Asia, the Caribbean and the US, flying direct from Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester and Glasgow.

Book by 22 September and you can fly from London to New York for as little as £361 or from Manchester to Orlando from £449. If you fancy the Caribbean you can travel from Manchester to Barbados from £419 or from London to Antigua from £449.

Visit virgin-atlantic.com/gb/en/low-fares.html

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