Netting a Bargain: Cheap Nokia phone; Tesco toy sale; Moonpig 50%, free Chromecast with Google Home Mini

Jonathan Campbell rounds up the best deals on the web and the high street

The Nokia 1 is £39 from O2

- NOKIA'S new affordable phone is reduced from £69 to £39 on O2 pay-as-you-go until January 9. You don't have to buy a top-up to get the handset for this price. Order the Nokia 1 at

- Tesco is having a toy sale with up to 50 per cent off until December 27. The offers will vary so check in store or at A highlight at the time of writing was the Toy Story Buzz Lightyear karate chop action figure for £15 (was £30).

- Until 11.59pm on December 17, get 50 per cent off cards at when you order five or more. Use the code 50OFFXMAS at the checkout. Postage is excluded from the discount.

- Until close of business on December 18, buy a Google Home Mini for £49 from Currys PC World and get a free Chromecast. Order at

- Until midnight on December 16 you can get money off at when you use the code XMAS618. It gets you 30 per cent off orders of £10 or more, 40 per cent off orders of £30 or more or 50 per cent off orders of £50 or more.

- Do you have an Ikea Family card? Check your email (or swipe your card at the kiosk) for a voucher entitling you to £5 off a spend of £40 or more in a single transaction in store. It's valid until close of business on December 16.

- Coffee Direct is giving 15 per cent off all orders placed by noon on December 18 when you use the code CHRISTMAS15. The discount applies to everything on the site except subscriptions and gift vouchers. Placed an order in the past week and missed out on the deal? Email quoting your order number and you'll be refunded the 15 per cent.

- VoucherCodes has a code for £10 off an order of £50 or more and free delivery from It's valid until December 16. Get the code at

- Until December 20, sign up to receive Argos promotional emails via and get 250 bonus Nectar points.

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.

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