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The Bargain Hunter: Pay as you do a gym workout


John Hall
Saturday 03 March 2012 01:00 GMT

If you're keen to workout but can't join a gym because you regularly travel or prefer short-term memberships, your worries are over. is a great new website that allows customers to purchase day passes at more than 250 gyms around the UK from a credited central account. Even better, an every day pass purchased via Pay As U Gym comes with a 60 per cent discount, and your options range from luxury spas to bog-standard cardiovascular centres, meaning there's something for all fitness regimes and budgets.

Get kitted out for spring at Gap

It's March – which can only mean one thing: spring is on the way. Now's the time to prep your wardrobe – and you could do worse than visit Gap where, for a limited time only, all khakis are £25. It's the perfect all-weather gear to see you through this unpredictable season, and comes complete with Gap's first-class reputation for fashionable but durable clothing.

Land a good deal at Mullarkeys Direct

Speaking of seasonal change, did you know that mid-March marks the end of the coarse fishing season? Make the most of the time you have remaining by taking advantage of the annual price reductions over at Mullarkeys Direct ( With rods and other equipment available at less than two-thirds of the RRP, not to mention specialised clothing costing a fraction of their high-street price, it's a must-visit website for anglers.

YO! Sushi's discount dining

Earlier this week YO! Sushi confirmed a special, one-day-only offer to celebrate its 15th anniversary. On Thursday 15 March, all belt dishes at Yo! Sushi's flagship Poland Street restaurant will be available for just 97p – a huge discount taking in over 90 Japanese-inspired classics, including traditional sushi and sashimi, chicken katsu curry, salmon teriyaki and yakisoba noodles, among many others.

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