Serving up a pizza deal worth texting home about
:: ON MONDAYS until the end of this month, O2 mobile phone customers can get lunch for £1 at Domino's Pizza. Download the free O2 Priority Moments app to your smartphone from the Apple App Store, Google Play, Microsoft Windows Store or Blackberry World.
The app will give you a code entitling you to a 7in pizza with one topping for £1, valid between 11am and 2.59pm. You show the code to the cashier.
The O2 app offers change all the time and cover many different retailers so check it frequently to see what's on the menu.
A limited number of Domino's codes are available from the app but if they run out, all is not lost on the discounts front.
Try Dominos.co.uk – the first time you visit the site you will probably be prompted to enter your email address to get a code for 25 per cent off online orders of £20 or more until April 24.
:: NISA grocers have a host of offers running until March 27. Highlights are a Moy Park roast-in-the-bag 1.48kg chicken for £4 (normally £5), 500ml tubs of Ben & Jerry's ice cream for £2.50 (usually £5.29), Doherty's thick pork sausages 454g for 89p (normally £2.09) and 190g tubes of Pringles for £1.19 (a big reduction on their usual price of £2.65).
For details of more special deals or to find your nearest store, go to Nisalocally.co.uk.
:: CONSUMER website www.moneysavingexpert.com is reporting that the code 6406 gets you 20 per cent off and free delivery (which normally costs £3.99) at clothing retailer H&M's website Hm.com.
No end date for the discount was given, so don't be surprised if the code no longer works by the time you try it.
In that case, content yourself with this picture of David Beckham sporting H&M's spring Modern Essentials range.
:: THE Argos website Argos.co.uk has 20 per cent off indoor furniture at the moment when you use the code FURNSAVE.
The discount is valid on orders of £150 or more. No end date is specified. For more details go to http://tinyurl.com/jzukjgj.
Details accurate at time of going to print. Offers subject to availability. If you see a TinyURL link in this article, it's just a convenient way of redirecting you to a web page that would otherwise have a long address.