Netting a Bargain: 25% off wine with Tesco Clubcard; Yo! Sushi gift card 20% bonus; free Tim Hortons drink
Jonathan Campbell rounds up the best deals on the web and the high street
:: UNTIL close of business (or the end of alcohol-selling hours, in the case of late-opening stores) on Monday November 29, Tesco Clubcard holders get 25 per cent off when buying six or more bottles of wine in store. Boxed wine, fortified wine and bottles under £5 are excluded. Maximum 36 per customer.
:: Until close of business on Sunday November 28, buy a Yo! Sushi gift card in one of the chain's restaurants and get 20 per cent extra value added free. Cards can be used for dine-in and click-and-collect orders.
:: Users of the Tim Hortons app get a free small festive drink until 11.59pm (or closing time) on Tuesday November 30. It's valid every day until then. Choose from Gingerbread Latte, Salted Caramel Latte, Orange Hot Chocolate, White Orange Hot Chocolate, White Hot Chocolate and Tim’s Shake Orange Chocolate.
:: Spend £50 or more at Halfords (in store or online) by close of business on December 1 and get a free £10 e-voucher. The voucher can be redeemed between December 9 and 24 and is valid on halfords.com only.
:: Members of The Body Shop's free-to-join Love Your Body Club get 20 per cent off purchases until 9am on Tuesday November 30. Exclusions apply, among them Advent calendars. Order at thebodyshop.com.
:: Spend £999 or more at currys.co.uk via vouchercodes.co.uk before 11.59pm on Monday November 29 and get a free £100 voucher. Check the VoucherCodes site for full terms and conditions.
:: Taking out a new BT fibre broadband contract? Go via vouchercodes.co.uk before 11.59pm on Tuesday November 30 and get an exclusive free £100 Amazon voucher plus a reward card of up to £90. The offer is open to new customers only.
:: Don’t forget: Buy a gift card (or the digital version) worth £25 or more from Caffè Nero and get a bonus £5 card. The offer is valid until December 5.
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.