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Crabtree and Evelyn logo'Free' £5 Crabtree & Evelyn hand creamVia £2 newspaper on Sat 30 Jan

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Buy the Daily Telegraph tomorrow (Sat 30 Jan, £2) and in the paper you'll find a voucher for a free Crabtree & Evelyn hand cream (usually £5). There are three varieties to choose from: 'La Source', 'Pomegranate, Argan and Grapeseed', or 'Avocado, Olive and Basil'. 

The voucher also gets £5 off purchases in store and online. We've asked Crabtree & Evelyn, and they've let us know the voucher is valid until Mon 29 Feb. See the Telegraph website and the newspaper for more details.

Telegraph logoThe Telegraph 1 year digital subscription £25 (norm £100)Starts Black Friday, new subscribers only

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You can get a 12-month digital subscription to The Telegraph for £25 (normally £100) when you sign up from Fri 28 Nov until 23.59pm on Mon 1 Dec. Come back from 9am on Friday when we’ll have the link.

Available to new subscribers only, it’ll give you a full year’s unlimited access to the newspaper’s website and tablet editions for iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows, and the mobile apps for iPhone and Android. The Telegraph’s website is free, so this is for the people who buy the tablet editions.

You’ll also get a Subscriber Rewards Card, which includes exclusive dining, travel and retail offers.

 

 

Telegraph logoTelegraph year digital subscription £25 (norm £100)*Starts Black Friday, new subscribers only

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You can get a 12-month digital subscription to The Telegraph* for £25 (normally £100) when you sign up by 11.59pm on Mon 1 Dec

Available to new subscribers only, it’ll give you a full year’s unlimited access to the newspaper’s website and tablet editions for iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows, and the mobile apps for iPhone and Android. The Telegraph’s website is free, so this is for the people who buy the tablet editions.

You’ll also get a Subscriber Rewards Card, which includes exclusive dining, travel and retail offers.

Gigajam logo'Free' 6-month online guitar & keyboard tutorialsUsually £30 each. Follow special links in £2 papers this weekend

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Get six months free online keyboard or guitar video lessons (as well as play-along tutorials and work booklets) by following special links printed in the Telegraph (£2) this weekend.

The lessons are provided by interactive tutorial site Gigajam, which is used in over 1,000 schools in the UK (see some inspiring case studies) and by the London College of Music to award qualifications in music performance. You can start with the very basics or go straight to the more advanced stuff.

There's a massive 1,000 videos across 124 lessons, (30 for guitar, bass, keyboard and drums each, plus four music theory lessons) and 30 graded pieces of music to play - resulting in over 360 hours of learning per instrument.

Access to all this usually costs £4.99 a month, but you'll get six months free by following a special link, and you won't need to enter any bank details.

If you want to learn to tickle the ivories, buy the paper on Sat 26 Oct, or if you'd rather learn guitar, follow the link on Sun 27 Oct.

MSE Michael says:

Speaking as a failed musician over many years, I'm gutted I didn't come across Gigajam before I lost the determination to become the next Brian May. From the research we've done, the lessons seem really joined up and easy-to-follow.

The courses were designed by musicians who have played with the likes of Steve Hackett, Cliff Richard and the Drifters. The software also won a BETT award (British Education Teaching with Technology) in 2005, and was shortlisted for another educational award in 2013.

More info
The trial expires six months from the day of publication, so make the most of it by starting on the day you buy the paper. The keyboard offer is being run in association with Casio.

Telegraph logoEight apps for free in £2 papersUsually £10ish. Includes Scrabble and Mary Berry recipes

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Buy the Telegraph this weekend (£2) to get a selection of apps (some normally paid-for) for free. Follow the web addresses printed on Sat 19 and Sun 20 Oct, enter you email address and you'll be sent a link to get the following four apps each day:

Saturday:

Sunday:


If you want a mixture of apps from both days, you'll need to buy both papers, and you have until Tue 22 Oct to download them.
More info
All apps are compatible with iPads, iPhones and iPod touch, but some do require the iOS 7 update. The Telegraph says your email address won't be pased on or used for marketing purposes.