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Baking logoBaking round-up, incl 75p mixing bowl*Best deals on tools, pans, decorations and books

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If you've been inspired by the Great British Bake Off and want to pick up a few baking bits and bobs on the cheap, we're serving up a round-up of some of the strongest deals out there.

Tools, decorations and books

Wilko (find your nearest) has a cheap and cheerful everyday value range, but stock is limited - so go quick if you want something. Items include:

Delivery is £3.50 or you can collect from a store for free. 

Aldi has a few baking items online and in store (find your nearest) as part of its 'Special Buys' promotion. It started on Sun 27 Aug and some have already sold out online, so you'll need to be quick to bag a baking bargain. Items include:

The Works* has a selection of baking and cookbooks at reduced prices. Enter the code MSE20 at the checkout to get 20% off most items online. An example we found on Tue 29 Aug...

Jane Asher products for £1

Actress-turned-baking entrepreneur Jane Asher has a range of baking items in store at Poundland (find your nearest). These include:

Stand mixers

Whether you're a die-hard KitchenAid fan, or you'd rather spend a little (or a lot) less, we've found the best prices on a mixer for every budget:

  • £40 stand mixer* at Wilko (delivery's £4 but you can click & collect in store for free).
  • £169 Kenwood KMix* at Tesco via £20 off code until Sun 3 Sep (norm £189). Delivery's £3 or you can click & collect for free.
  • £299.20 KitchenAid* at Tesco via £20 off code until Sun 3 Sep (norm £319.20). Delivery's £3 or you can click & collect for free. Next cheapest we found, £349 at AO.com.
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The Cake & Bake Show logoFREE Cake & Bake Show ticketsFor London (6-8 Oct) & Manchester (9-12 Nov). Norm £13 online

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If the new Great British Bake Off series has got you gripped and you want to meet some of the past winners – or you just love to bake – we’ve whisked up a treat for you…

We've 5,000 totally free one-day tickets to The Cake & Bake Show at the Excel in London (Fri 6 Oct to Sun 8 Oct) and 5,000 totally free one-day tickets to the show at EventCity in Manchester (Thu 9 Nov to Sun 12 Nov).

Manchester tickets will also give you free entry to the Ideal Home Show at Christmas and the Eat & Drink Festival which are at EventCity on the same dates.

Getting the free tickets is a piece of cake

Enter the code BAKE17 online at The Cake & Bake Show – you’ll knead to select the day you want to go and can choose up to two adult tickets per household.

Child tickets are also totally free and don't count towards the 10,000 free tickets allocation, but you'll need to select them when you book online (maximum two per adult).

If at any point you're asked to enter your card details, go back and enter the code again – there is nothing to pay for these tickets.

The offer ends at 11.59pm on Mon 11 Sep, or when all 10,000 tickets have scone – so go quick if you're a flan of this one, as you don't want to be left in tiers.

Breakdown of free tickets available each day

FREE Cake & Bake Show tickets

Great British Bake Off 2016 winner Candice Brown

London

  • Fri 6 Oct - 3,000
  • Sat 7 Oct - 500 ALL GONE
  • Sun 8 Oct - 1,500 ALL GONE

Manchester

  • Thu 9 Nov - 2,000
  • Fri 10 Nov - 1,500
  • Sat 11 Nov - 500 ALL GONE
  • Sun 12 Nov - 1,000 ALL GONE

When will the tickets arrive? Your tickets will be emailed to you up to five days after booking and you'll need to print them out and show them at the door on the day.

How much are they worth? Adult tickets usually cost £13 each plus a £1.75 transaction fee online or £16-£17 on the door depending on the location, so you can save a decent amount of dough with this freebie offer. Tickets for 6-16-year-olds to the London show usually cost £9.50 each (child tickets are normally free to the Manchester show) and under-6s usually go free.

What is The Cake & Bake show? The show features celebrity bakers, including former Great British Bake Off winners Candice Brown (2016) and John Whaite (2012), and TV chef Rosemary Shrager. There will be live demonstrations, book signings, cake displays and stalls.

Lakeland logoLakeland 'up to 50% off' sale*Online and in stores. Incl kitchen, home & gifts

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Go online to kitchen and homeware retailer Lakeland* or into a store (find your nearest*) and you'll find discounts of up to 50% off on selected items in its sale, while stock lasts. Delivery's £2.99 or you can collect from a store for free.

Items in the sale will be clearly marked and discounts will be automatically applied at the checkout. 

Examples of strong baking discounts we found on Wed 16 Nov include:

Examples of strong discounts on other items we found include:

The Cake & Bake Show logo6,000 FREE Cake & Bake Manc tickets 10-13 Nov. Norm £14. Also gets access to Ideal Home Show

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We have 6,000 free tickets to give away for The Cake & Bake Show on Thu 10 Nov, Fri 11 Nov and Sun 13 Nov at the Eventcity in Manchester. 

Better still, these tickets also get you access to the Ideal Home Show at Christmas in Manchester, which is running at the same time at EventCity (see 'more info' below for further details). If The Cake & Bake Show isn't your thing, you could see these tickets as a trick to getting into the Ideal Home Show at Christmas for free instead.

How to get tickets

To get tickets, enter the code CAKEMAN online at The Cake & Bake Show - you’ll need to select the day you want to go and can select up to two adult tickets per location per household.

If at any point you're asked to enter your card details, go back and enter the code again - there is nothing to pay for these tickets. 

The offer ends at 11.59pm on Thu 20 Oct, or more likely when all 6,000 tickets have gone - so go quick if you're a flan of this one, you don't want to be left in tiers.

Child tickets are also totally free, but you'll need to select them when you book online (maximum two per adult).

Great British Bake Off 2015 winner Nadiya Hussain

Breakdown of tickets

  • Thu 10 Nov - 2,000
  • Fri 11 Nov - 2,000
  • Sun 13 Nov - 2,000 - SOLD OUT

When will the tickets arrive? Your tickets will be emailed to you up to five days after booking and you'll need print them out and show them at the door on the day.

How much are they worth? Adult tickets usually cost £14.25 online (including £1.75 transaction fee). 

What is The Cake and Bake show? The Cake & Bake Show will feature celebrity bakers, including all of the former Great British Bake Off winners and TV chef Rosemary Shrager. There will be live demonstrations, book signings, cake displays and stalls. The show's open 10am - 5pm daily.

More info

Ideal Home Show opening hours: 10am - 5pm daily.

The Cake & Bake Show logo2for1 Cake & Bake Show ticketsFor London (7-9 Oct) and Manchester (10-13 Nov)

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If the start of the new series has given you Great British Bake Off fever and you want to meet all of the past winners – or you just love to bake - we’ve cooked up a treat for you…

We've 5,000 codes to get 2for1 one-day tickets to The Cake & Bake Show at the Excel in London (Fri 7 Oct - Sun 9 Oct) and The Cake & Bake Show at Eventcity in Manchester (Thu 10 Nov - Sun 13 Nov). 

How to get tickets

Enter the code MSE241 online at The Cake & Bake Show - you’ll need to choose your venue and select the day you want to go (you can't get single tickets). The tickets initially show as £7.50, but you'll be charged a transaction fee of £1.75 per order for e-tickets you print at home or to have tickets delivered to you in the post.

The offer ends at 11.59pm on Sun 25 Sep, or  when all 5,000 tickets have gone. This deal could prove popular, so go quick if you're a flan of this one.

Child tickets (under 6 years old) are also totally free, but you'll need to select them when you book online (maximum two per adult).

Great British Bake Off 2015 winner Nadiya Hussain

When will the tickets arrive? 

Your tickets will be emailed to you up to five days after booking and you'll need print them out and show them at the door on the day, or you can select delivery at the checkout. Tickets can also be picked up at the box office.

How much are they worth? 

Adult tickets usually cost £13.75-£15 all-in (including £1.75 transaction fee) depending on the location and whether you get them online or on the door. 

The code only works on adult tickets, but one adult and one child could use the tickets as it works out slightly cheaper. Tickets for 6-16-year-olds to the London show usually cost £10.25-£11.50 each (they usually go free to the Manchester show). Under-6s usually go free.

What is The Cake & Bake show? 

The Cake & Bake Show will feature celebrity bakers, including all of the former Great British Bake Off winners and TV chef Rosemary Shrager. There will be live demonstrations, book signings, cake displays and stalls.

The Cake & Bake Show logo6,000 FREE Cake & Bake Show ticketsFor London (7-9 Oct) and Manchester (10-13 Nov). Norm £14

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If the start of the new series has given you Great British Bake Off fever and you want to meet all of the past winners – or you just love to bake - we’ve cooked up a treat for you…

We've 3,000 free one-day tickets to The Cake & Bake Show at the Excel in London (Fri 7 Oct - Sun 9 Oct) and 3,000 free one-day tickets to The Cake & Bake Show at the Eventcity in Manchester (Thu 10 Nov - Sun 13 Nov) to give away. 

How to get tickets

To get tickets, enter the code CAKEFR16 online at The Cake & Bake Show - you’ll need to select the day you want to go and can select up to two adult tickets per location per household.

If at any point you're asked to enter your card details, go back and enter the code again - there is nothing to pay for these tickets. 

The offer ends at 11.59pm on Wed 31 Aug, or more likely when all 6,000 tickets have gone - so go quick if you're a flan of this one, you don't want to be left in tiers.

Child tickets are also totally free, but you'll need to select them when you book online (maximum two per adult).

Great British Bake Off 2015 winner Nadiya Hussain

Breakdown of tickets

London

  • Fri 7 Oct -1,500
  • Sat 8 Oct - 500 SOLD OUT
  • Sun 9 Oct - 1,000 SOLD OUT

Manchester

  • Thu 10 Nov - 1,000
  • Fri 11 Nov - 750
  • Sat 12 Nov - 500 SOLD OUT
  • Sun 13 Nov - 750 SOLD OUT

When will the tickets arrive? Your tickets will be emailed to you up to five days after booking and you'll need print them out and show them at the door on the day.

How much are they worth? Adult tickets usually cost £13.75-£15 all-in (including £1.75 transaction fee) depending on the location and whether you get them online or on the door. The code only works on adult tickets. Tickets for 6-16-year-olds to the London show usually cost £10.25-£11.50 each (they usually go free to the Manchester show). Under-6s usually go free.

What is The Cake and Bake show? The Cake & Bake Show will feature celebrity bakers, including all of the former Great British Bake Off winners and TV chef Rosemary Shrager. There will be live demonstrations, book signings, cake displays and stalls.

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