Netting a Bargain: Tesco 25% off wine; 30% off Amazon Warehouse; discount codes for 8% off hotel stays and 25% off Reebok

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

Get 25 per cent off wine at Tesco when you buy six or more bottles
Jonathan Campbell

- TESCO is taking 25 per cent off wine when you buy six bottles or more. The offer is valid for orders delivered by April 6. It excludes boxed or fortified wine and bottles priced under £5 or under 200ml. Maximum 36 bottles per customer.

- Amazon is taking 30 per cent off selected items from its Warehouse section (pre-owned, used and open-box products which might arrive in cosmetically imperfect or white-box packaging) until 11.59pm on Wednesday March 31. Start at, click on the Warehouse section and there should be a banner for 'Save 30 per cent on selected products'. The discount is applied at the checkout.

- Feeling brave enough to book a hotel break? Do so by 11.59pm on Sunday March 28 (for stays until September 30) and get 8 per cent off at You'll need to start at to get the exclusive discount code. The site says most hotels offer free cancellation. The discount does not apply to package bookings that include flights.

- Another exclusive from - get 25 per cent off orders at or 15 per cent off Reebok Outlet. Both are valid until April 30. Sign up to the Reebok mailing list and get 20 per cent off your first order of full-price items too.

- Asda has reduced its Châteauneuf du Pape from £18 to £12 and you'll get an additional £3 off per bottle (taking it to £9 each) if you buy six or more before the 25 per cent off promotion finishes (no end date is listed on the site so this tip got pushed down the Netting a Bargain rankings). Order at

- Get up to 50 per cent off home decor at using the code HOME321. It's valid until 11.59pm on Sunday March 28 and gives 40 per cent off with no minimum spend or half price when you spend at least £40.

Details accurate at time of going to print. Offers subject to availability and may be affected by delivery restrictions imposed by retailers. 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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